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Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China(中华人民共和国民政部)

(People's Daily Online)

10:32, August 01, 2012

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Introduction
The Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China is the ministry responsible for social administrative affairs under the State Council. Its predecessor The Interior Ministry of the Central People’s Government was founded in 1949 and was renamed to the Ministry of Internal Affairs in 1954 before it was abolished in 1969. Then, in 1978 the Ministry of Civil Affairs was established and continues to do so today.

The main duties of the Ministry are as follows: formulate development plan and policies for civil affairs, responsible for registration and monitor of social groups, funds, private non-enterprise units; develop disaster response policies, organize and coordinate relief efforts; development of social assistance plans and its policies and standards; responsible for works related to subsistence for urban and rural residents, medical and temporary assistance; formulation of social welfare development planning, policies and standards; developing policies for marriage, funeral and interment management and guiding related work.
中华人民共和国民政部是中华人民共和国国务院负责社会行政事务的组成部门。中华人民共和国民政部的前身是成立于1949年的“中央人民政府内务部”,1954年改称“中华人民共和国内务部”,1969年撤消,1978年设立“中华人民共和国民政部”,并延续至今。



民政部的主要职责有:拟订民政事业发展规划和方针政策;承担依法对社会团体、基金会、民办非企业单位进行登记管理和监察责任;拟订救灾工作政策,负责组织、协调救灾工作;拟订社会救助规划、政策和标准,负责城乡居民最低生活保障、医疗救助、临时救助、生活无着人员救助工作;拟订社会福利事业发展规划、政策和标准;拟订婚姻管理、殡葬管理和儿童收养的政策,并指导相关工作,等等。





 

More Info.
Address: 147 Bei He Yan Avenue, Dong Cheng District, Beijing 地址:北京市东城区北河沿大街147号
Postcode: 100721 邮编:100721
Tel: (010) 58123114 电话:(010)58123114
Website: http://www.mca.gov.cn/ 官网:http://www.mca.gov.cn/

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