Huawei Telecommunications, a global telecom solutions provider, launched the E-HOPE for Computer Education program.
The E-HOPE aims to equip schoolchildren with basic technical knowhow and access to the latest information, technology and computer systems. By promoting equal access to connectivity, the program will contribute significantly to bridging the digital divide.
The initiative was recently inaugurated at the
We truly believe it is imperative that a responsible corporate integrates its core expertise and business acumen to the contribution towards society,” said Max Yang, CEO of Huawei
Being a technology organization we understand the importance that interconnectivity, computer skills and a global knowledge network can bring to students at a young age. With this aim in mind our program is targeted towards the young students of
As a pilot program in the national capital territory, E-HOPE will initially be launched in select districts of
Imparting computer literacy to high school students, E-HOPE for Computer Education intends to reach about 100,000 children annually. Huawei
‘Bridging the Digital Divide’ is one of Huawei’s CSR initiatives to bridge the gap between technology rich and technology poor nations and is a part of the company’s global CSR strategy. Huawei constantly strives to work in the areas of environmental protection, community support, caring for employees, and optimizing supply chain CSR management in countries other than India such as UK, Germany, Croatia, France, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, Morocco, Ghana and many more.
Recently Huawei announced the ‘Maitree Scholarship Program’ as part of its CSR initiatives in
By TelecomLead.com Team