In order to help poor households increase their income and promote the development of non-legacy embroidery culture, the local government has set up embroidery training courses to train embroidery talents.
Since the National Handicraft Revitalization Plan was launched, many governments in poverty-stricken areas have launched training courses on traditional handicraft skills to help poor people master a handicraft, and to promote the development of regional handicraft industry. It can not only help the poor increase their income, but also promote the rapid development of regional economy.
Recently, the Starlight Training Project for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Guizhou Province, Congjiang County, started its training course on the production skills of embroidery and dyeing of tourist commodities and non-heritage articles in the large data center of Yunli Fengxiangyuan. 115 minority people from Miao, Dong and Zhuang nationalities in the county engaged in tourism craft producers, non-genetic undertakers, poor household women, poor households and young and middle-aged people who want to engage in non-heritage industries, Students attend training.