As a provider of the infrastructure for the digital age, Huawei believes that as ICT applications become easier to use, more convenient, and more affordable, they will greatly reduce global inequality, bridge the digital divide, and drive the rapid attainment of SDGs.
Digital technologies are reshaping the world. Huawei promotes digital inclusion and aims to ensure that every person, home, and organization will benefit from digital technologies. To this end, we have created an action plan called TECH4ALL. This plan focuses on three priorities of digital inclusion: technology, applications, and skills. Our ultimate goal is to extend the benefits of digital technology to leave no one behind in the digital world.
We will work on the following three priorities: technology is the foundation, applications are the key, and skills provide assurance.
We must have a clear direction if we want to leverage what we have to create value. While determining the direction for TECH4ALL, Huawei took into consideration its available capabilities and viable directions based on the potential impact of the ICT industry and the meaning of digital inclusion. Huawei also identified four domains in which it could comprehensively promote digital inclusion.
Huawei's Three-Star solutions connect 100+ million people in rural areas
Huawei's Mobile Money solution serves more than 150 million users
Huawei's ICT academy covers 900+ colleges across more than 60 countries and regions
Connectivity is the bedrock of digital inclusion, and networks will be the infrastructure of connections. As the first step of our digital inclusion strategy, Huawei aims to build wider, more convenient, and easier-to-use connections.Learn More
We believe that only digital technologies that are accessible, affordable, and effective can contribute to inclusive socioeconomic growth. Therefore, Huawei takes applications as the second priority of its digital inclusion strategy. We are actively developing tailored digital solutions to better serve local communities.Learn More
Building network infrastructure and applications alone is not enough to achieve Digital Inclusion. Bridging the huge digital divide between different regions and countries is equally important.Learn More