After launching the TECH4ALL initiative at Mobile WorldCongress (MWC) Barcelona four years ago, Huawei and its partners shared the latest insights
and practices on how technology is enabling digital inclusion and sustainability at a media
roundtable on Day 1 of MWC Barcelona 2023.
“All of our efforts with the TECH4ALL initiative wouldn’t have been possible without taking
technology and partnerships as key enablers,” said Jeffrey Zhou, President of ICT Marketing for
Huawei, in his opening speech. “Since the launch of TECH4ALL, more than 600 schools
worldwide, over 220,000 K12 teachers and students in remote areas, unemployed youth,
women, and the elderly, and 46 nature reserves have benefited from the TECH4ALL program.
Moving forward, we will keep innovating and using technology along with ...
After seven (7) months of heavy preparation, Huawei's Sub Saharan
Africa Regional ICT Competition was successfully held on 22nd February, 2023. The competition attracted
over 16,000 registered from over 500 institutions.
At least 16 countries in the region participated in the competitions whereby Team Uganda was
represented by Makerere University, Kyambogo University, Gulu, Kabale Muni University.
During the competition, Team Uganda (Makerere University) scooped the grand prize in computing track
and also managed to win the first prize in Network track, while Kyambogo University scooped second.
Gulu and Kabale managed to get third position. The network track was comprised of 27 teams of three
students each from 16 countries.
Muni University (Uganda) won the first prize in Cloud trach out o...
The heavy rain that swept through the villages of Lweza, Lower Nabuti, Kigombya and Kitega in Mukono town last night has left hundreds without accommodation as all their houses were affected by the floods.
The most affected residents are bitter over MP Betty Nambooze's husband, Engineer Henry Bakireke, for the poor quality work based on the 80 million shillings he was given by the Lweza community.
At the beginning of 2023 the residents through their leaders decided to raise 80 million, it was a house to house drive and other funds came from overseas from the people affiliated to Lweza community purposely to have the bridge constructed.
After raising the money they handed over the contract to the Bakirekes to do the work and the work was done in one month and the Mukono woman legislator Be...