We are working with different partners across the globe on multiple projects to improve education, health, environment, and development.

Driving Inclusive Education with Technology

Tech for a Better Planet

AI Assisted Infant Eye Disease Screening

Collaboration is the New Innovation

More People are Welcome to Join TECH4ALL

UNESCO Director for East Africa on Huawei Collaboration in TECH4ALL

Collaboration Matters

Combating Adversity with Technology

The world is facing many challenges today, from climate change to widening economic inequality. While technology has the power to unite us and overcome the greatest obstacles we face, not everyone has access to the digital world.

We Cannot Go It Alone

No single organization can tackle today’s problems alone. By collaborating, we can combine our individual expertise to help bring technology to everyone. We are strong alone, but together nothing can stop us.

Why Work With Us

Working with us gives you access to our resources and expertise. Together, we can achieve more.

  • 30+

    Years connecting the world with ICT products & solutions.

  • 96,000+

    Employees dedicated to R&D.

  • 170+

    Countries are part of our collaboration network.

  • Making a Difference Together

    Zhang Xinsheng
    "We believe technology can be an important part of the solution and can help us solve global challenges if used correctly and smartly."
    Zhang Xinsheng
    President, IUCN
    Stefania Giannini
    "UNESCO is partnering with Huawei to support the development of Technology-enabled Open Schools Systems in Egypt, Ethiopia and Ghana, building a more crisis-resilient technology, content, and human education infrastructure."
    Stefania Giannini
    Education Assistant Director-General, UNESCO
    Kevin Zhang
    "ICT creates new ways and new value. We welcome more partners and friends to join us and work together to promote digital inclusion and leave no one behind."
    Kevin Zhang
    CMO, Huawei ICT Infrastructure
    Dr. Fengchun Miao
    "The technology-enabled Open School System will ensure continued access to education programs either from home or a third safe place to ensure the right to education is not disrupted."
    Dr. Fengchun Miao
    Chief of the Unit for Technology and Artificial Intelligence in Education, UNESCO
    Nadia Ahmed Abdalla
    "Technology that focuses on inclusive education provides equal opportunity for learning and should be included in strategies for national development."
    Nadia Ahmed Abdalla
    Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs, Kenya
    François Durollet
    "With DigiTruck launched in France, more people will be able to obtain the essential skills in the digital world that they will need to secure work, and play their part in powering France through the next wave of economic growth."
    François Durollet
    CEO, Simplon
    Chelsea Chen
    "AI will not replace human teachers, but become a very reliable and helpful assistant for the teachers."
    Chelsea Chen
    Co-Founder, Emotech
    James Hardcastle
    "How can we use technologies to provide solutions for a better planet? There are three principles: appropriate, accessible and accountable."
    James Hardcastle
    Director, IUCN Green List Certification
    Dr. Feng Limin
    "We combine many technologies to monitor environmental indicators such as biodiversity, habitats, and human activity in real time. It's a new method of nature conservation using big data."
    Dr. Feng Limin
    Director of National Forestry and Grassland Administration Amur Tiger and Amur Leopard Monitoring and Research Center, China
    Chrissy Durkin
    "Together with Huawei , RFCx has installed the real-time “Guardian” solution to protect forests and biodiversity in 14 countries across 5 continents."
    Chrissy Durkin
    Director of International Expansion, Rainforest Connection
    Emer Keaveney
    "The Acoustic-based Cetacean Detection project will provide near real-time detection of cetaceans off Ireland’s south coast using AI and machine learning, which has never been done in Ireland before."
    Emer Keaveney
    Founder & Executive Director, O.R.C. Ireland
    Ann Therese Ndong-Jatta
    “More Africans need digital skills to use AI. To really benefit, Africa cannot only be a user of AI made elsewhere, but a producer of AI made locally. They need the skills and capabilities within Africa to do this themselves.”
    Ann Therese Ndong-Jatta
    Director, UNESCO Regional Office for Eastern Africa
    United Nations
    Danil Kerimi
    “The stakeholders of the Fourth Industrial Revolution extend beyond industries. Prosperity will require investment in sustainability education, diversity and gender parity.”
    Danil Kerimi
    Head of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network,
    World Economic Forum China
    Topher White
    “With the help of Huawei's AI, we are protecting forests and creating the world's largest soundscape for ecology. Worldwide partnership, pass it on.”
    Topher White
    Founder and CEO, Rainforest Connection
    Victoria Pueyo
    “As researchers, we need support from technology companies; Huawei is enabling us to globalize the impact of DIVE, and take the technology to every corner of the world.”
    Victoria Pueyo
    Co-founder, DIVE Medical

    Who We Have Worked With

    IUCN
    unesco
    BLAZE
    CFSK
    CLOSE THE GAP
    Insight
    Rainforest Connection
    DIVE
    IISA
    EUD
    GSMA
    DENR
    smart
    国家林草局东北虎豹监测与研究中心
    CF
  • IUCN
  • unesco
  • BLAZE
  • CFSK
  • CLOSE THE GAP
  • Insight
  • Rainforest Connection
  • DIVE
  • IISA
  • EUD
  • GSMA
  • DENR
  • smart
  • 国家林草局东北虎豹监测与研究中心
  • CF
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