At the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona this year, Huawei and its partners have once again shared the latest insights and practices on how technology can enable digital inclusion and sustainability. This is following the launch of the TECH4ALL initiative four years ago.
On the first day of the event, Jeffrey Zhou, President of ICT Marketing for Huawei, opened with a speech about the impact of the TECH4ALL initiative. He pointed out that the initiative’s success was possible with the use of technology and partnerships. He highlighted that over 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.
In order to further promote the innovative use of technology and partnerships to build an inclusive and sustainable digital world, Zhou officially launched the TECH4ALL Digital Inclusion special publication. The publication contains 15 stories in three sections, providing insights, focusing on technology, and sharing case studies. It is available to view and download on the Huawei TECH4ALL website.
The MWC Barcelona 2023 event has again served as an important platform to share how technology can enable digital inclusion and sustainability. With the TECH4ALL initiative continuing to grow, this event has reaffirmed the importance of technology and partnerships for creating a more inclusive and sustainable digital world.