We firmly believe that the knowledge gap between countries can and should be bridged in the digital age. We believe that knowledge and skills are essential to the growth of individuals and organizations.
December 5th, 2020
We are hosting the first webinar with international student organization AIESEC series on Dec 5h 2020 for students discussing how to make a difference to the world while navigating uncertainty where we have a great line up of sessions and we are celebrating the International Volunteer Day for Economic and Social Development.
We have Holy Ranaivozanany and Carsten Senz as representative for Huawei's seeds for the future program and invited distinguished speakers from OECD, One Young World, ADB Youth for Asia for the webinar.
The fifth edition of Huawei eco-Connect Europe October 20–21, 2020 Over two days, we’ll focus on cooperation with customers and partners, with joint solutions that bring value to businesses and support the unified evolution of Information and Communications Technologies (ICT). During the event, you’ll have access to more than ten forums as well as a virtual online showroom where you can.
The global final of the Huawei ICT Competition 2019–2020 was held online from November 6 to 14. With the theme of "Connection, Glory, and Future", this event aimed to build an international platform for competition and communication for college students worldwide, increasing their ICT knowledge, enhancing their practical skills, and improving their innovation awareness. The fifth Huawei ICT Competition attracted nearly 150,000 students from more than 2,000 universities in over 82 countries. Through the national and regional competitions, about 104 teams of 312 students reached the final stage to participate in this competition focused on hands-on practice and innovation.
Daisy Zhu is called the ”5G lady“ by her colleagues. She’s one of the first women working on promoting knowledge about 5G.
Yan Chen started working on 5G research since 2012 and has developed the first 5G lab tours in Huawei Shenzhen headquarter.
Angeliki works at Huawei EU office in Brussels, on the policy area of Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, and Green, etc,
Pallavi Malhotra was one of the first certified women engineers in the UK. Now she designs training programs for young students and professionals.
Joined Huawei Kenya as an engineer 7 years ago, she now works through a Huawei women initiative to empower young Kenyan women.
In 2020, Olivera was named as one of Canada’s Top Women in Cyber Security by two industry associations, for her work in spearheading security initiatives.
In 2017, together with Bangladesh ICT Division and Robi Axiata, Huawei launched digital training buses, benefiting 240,000 women in rural area.
Together with the partners, Huawei has built a mobile classroom with the aim of bringing digital skills to under-served communities in Kenya。
In 2019, Huawei Kenya launched its Women In Technology Huawei Initiative known as WITH，to support women in the workplace.
Digital Arab Talents And Workforce For The Fourth Industrial Revolution
KFAS's partnership with Huawei Technologies Kuwait will drive the development of technology for the benefit of society, research, and enterprise in Kuwait.