Driving Equity and Quality in Education with Technology

Join us for an inspiring webinar in which global education leaders from UN organizations, governments, NGOs and private sector will join together to discuss how technology plays an essential role in driving equity and quality in education. Huawei’s Deputy Chairman, Ken Hu, will outline how Huawei will use its TECH4ALL initiative to put its technology know-how behind this critical undertaking.

Stefania Giannini
“This crisis has changed the face and future of education. It has demonstrated how fast change can happen through partnership, when expertise and resources are matched up with local needs to ensure learning continuity, especially for the most marginalized students.“
Stefania Giannini
EEducation Assistant Director-General, UNESCO
Ken Hu
“We believe that everyone, everywhere has the right to education and the equality of opportunity it brings.“
Ken Hu
Deputy Chairman, Huawei
Stephanie Lynch-Habib
“Many lessons have been learnt this year in low and middle-income countries, adapting services to address the needs of users and responding to the impact of the global pandemic by evolving business and critical partnerships. The GSMA and the mobile industry are supporting the current situation, and committed to long-term support of the SDGs in the era of ethical leadership.“
Stephanie Lynch-Habib
Chief Marketing Officer, GSMA
Borhene Chakroun
“With at least 63 million primary and secondary teachers affected, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the need for developing teachers' capacity to effectively engage in distance learning, which will become part of the education and training provision in the future.“
Borhene Chakroun
Director of Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems, UNESCO
Xu Xiaofei
“Through joint efforts, we've accelerated the development of online education for universities during the outbreak, which has strengthened the continuity of higher education in China this year. Students from across 1454 universities have used online learning more than 2.3 billion times already.“
Xu Xiaofei
Deputy Director, China's MOE Expert Advisory Group of Online Education for International Platforms and Courses Development
Seyni Ndiaye Fall
“The Ministry of National Education, UNESCO and Huawei have joined forces to support the implementation of distance learning amid the pandemic and to build smart classrooms for the future.“
Seyni Ndiaye Fall
Coordinator of National Education Information and Management System, Senegal
Andrew Dunnett
“Thanks to 36 Instant Network Schools, we have been able to help 86,000+ refugees through mobile technology. Our ambition is to bring quality education to 500,000 students by 2025.“
Andrew Dunnett
Director, SDGs, Sustainable Business and Foundation, Vodafone Group Plc.
Nicola Harris
“With digital education, we can not only address the literacy crisis, but also equip young learners with digital skills required for future success.“
Nicola Harris
Chief Executive Officer, Click Foundation
Olivier Vanden Eynde
“With the ICT-equipped DigiTrucks, we've been able to reach even the most isolated communities and empower people with the skills required in the digital economy.“
Olivier Vanden Eynde
Founder and CEO, Close the Gap
Janice Richardson
“Technology is the key driver to foster innovation in a multi-stakeholder approach, if we are to offer every child a quality education and a safer society.“
Janice Richardson
Founder, Insight

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Huawei believes that no one should be left behind in the digital world, so we developed TECH4ALL – our long-term, digital inclusion initiative for using technology, applications and skills to empower people and organizations everywhere.
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