This film highlights how ICT
has been accelerating the UN's
SDGs, with three
distinctive stories in Nigeria, Thailand and China.
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In 2015, the United Nations agreed on a set of 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) for the year 2030. Together, they form a shared blueprint to drive peace, prosperity, and wellbeing for everyone on our planet.

As our corporate mission is to build a fully connected, intelligent world, Huawei supports these global goals and believes that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is a critical contributor and enabler of UN’s SDGs, helping to accelerate their reach and achievement. Through advanced digital technology like wireless networks, IoT, and artificial intelligence, we can see the world more clearly, more in depth, and connect resources in new and better ways.
NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA

LAGOS

NIGERIA
The path to a more sustainable future starts with education. Around 57 million children across the globe don't have access to education. Mobile connectivity provides an effective and low-cost solution for children and teachers to access information and educational resources.
Highlight of the Nigeria story
Huawei’s RuralStar is designed to reduce the cost of coverage, especially in rural areas. It also comes with benefits like ease of deployment, low power consumption etc. RuralStar has made real differences for local communities.

Mr Pagbemi Mohammed
Head Teacher, Tobolo Primary School

“Before the connection, we have to thirty kilometres to supply data to our teachers and pupils. But with our phones now, we can send the data from office and they will shortly all the information they need.”
NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA

BANGKOK

THAILAND
Digital access can help make healthcare more available, making it a lifelong right for every person. High quality connectivity can improve healthcare, providing access to affordable medicines and vaccines for all.
Highlight of the Thailand story
Signals in hospitals can sometimes be quite weak as a result of obstructions by tall nearby buildings. Huawei’s PoleStar and LampSite can effectively improve coverage and address congestion challenges on existing networks.

Pichai Rattanarisakul
M.D., MBA, Ph. D. Deputy Chief Executive Officer , Bangpakok 9 Hospital

“With 4G network, I can get connected and communicate easily with patients through mobile devices, and give directions patients to go to the department where they need an examination.”
NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA

SHENZHEN

CHINA
Cutting-edged digital technologies like 5G, IoT and AI can help large cities with millions of people become smart cities, where the full potential of industries and infrastructure can be realized to make lives better.
Highlight of the China story
The efficiency of traditional delivery methods is low, which also aggravates urban traffic congestion and carbon emissions. Drones connected through cellular networks will be a game changer for the logistics industry.

DR. Peter Zhou
CMO, Huawei Wireless

“The purpose of X Labs is to explore innovative applications enabled by advanced technology with our global industry partners. A world of everything sensing, connected, and intelligent will turn into reality with the arrival of 5G.”
“The world feels super-connected these days, but almost half of the global population around the world still don't have access to the internet. For the unconnected population, being connected isn't just about convenience. It's about basic economic inclusion. By making digital universal, affordable, open, and safe, we can bring more people together and drive real global progress.”

Joy Tan

PRESIDENT OF GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES

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In 2015, the United Nations agreed on a set of 17 sustainable development goals (SDGs) for the year 2030. Together, they form a shared blueprint to drive peace, prosperity, and wellbeing for everyone on our planet.

As our corporate mission is to build a fully connected, intelligent world, Huawei supports these global goals and believes that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) is a critical contributor and enabler of UN’s SDGs, helping to accelerate their reach and achievement. Through advanced digital technology like wireless networks, IoT, and artificial intelligence, we can see the world more clearly, more in depth, and connect resources in new and better ways.

Scroll down to see the possibilities digital technologies have opened up.

NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA
LAGOS
NIGERIA
The path to a more sustainable future starts with education. Around 57 million children across the globe don't have access to education. Mobile connectivity provides an effective and low-cost solution for children and teachers to access information and educational resources.

Huawei’s RuralStar is designed to reduce the cost of coverage, especially in rural areas. It also comes with benefits like ease of deployment, low power consumption etc. RuralStar has made real differences for local communities.

Highlight of the Nigeria story

Mr Pagbemi Mohammed

Head Teacher, Tobolo Primary School

“Before the connection, we have to thirty kilometres to supply data to our teachers and pupils. But with our phones now, we can send the data from office and they will shortly all the information they need..”
NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA
BANGKOK
THAILAND
Digital access can help make healthcare more available, making it a lifelong right for every person. High quality connectivity can improve healthcare, providing access to affordable medicines and vaccines for all.

Signals in hospitals can sometimes be quite weak as a result of obstructions by tall nearby buildings. Huawei’s PoleStar and LampSite can effectively improve coverage and address congestion challenges on existing networks.

Highlight of the Thailand story

Pichai Pattanarisakul

M.D., MBA, Ph. D. Deputy Chief Executive Officer , Bangpakok 9 Hospital

“With 4G network, I can get connected and communicate easily with patients through mobile devices, and give directions patients to go to the department where they need an examination.”
NIGERIA
THAILAND
CHINA
SHENZHEN
CHINA
Cutting-edged digital technologies like 5G, IoT and AI can help large cities with millions of people become smart cities, where the full potential of industries and infrastructure can be realized to make lives better.

The efficiency of traditional delivery methods is low, which also aggravates urban traffic congestion and carbon emissions. Drones connected through cellular networks will be a game changer for the logistics industry.

Highlight of the China story

DR. Peter Zhou

CMO, Huawei Wireless

“The purpose of X Labs is to explore innovative applications enabled by advanced technology with our global industry partners. A world of everything sensing, connected, and intelligent will turn into reality with the arrival of 5G.”
“The world feels super-connected these days, but almost half of the global population around
the world still don't have access to the internet. For the unconnected population,
being connected isn't just about convenience.
It's about basic economic inclusion.
By making digital universal, affordable, open, and safe,
we can bring more people together and
drive real global progress.”
JOY TAN

President of Global Media and Communications
Huawei Technologies

BEHIND THE SCENES

WATCH WHERE AND HOW THE VIDEO WAS FILMED.

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