Huawei aims to give talented Nepali students a platform for international exposure and learning according to Jason Li, Subsidiary Board Director – Huawei Bangladesh & Nepal Rep Office. He made the statement at the opening ceremony of Huawei’s second Seeds for the Future program in Nepal.
Recently, Huawei Nepal selected 7 Nepali students for its flagship CSR program. ‘Seeds’ is Huawei’s longest-running global program. Launched in 2008, the student-oriented program has drawn 12,000 participants from around the world. Mr. Li expressed that he was proud that the company selected 7 top Nepali students for its first-ever regional onsite program in Bangkok, Thailand. He also wished the students best wishes for the Tech4Good competition, one of the hallmarks of the prestigious campaign.
Huawei considers that digital talents are the foundation of digital development. Huawei is promoting the growth of such talents in 170 countries and regions where it is present.
Mr. Li also believes that “Nepal has great potential for digital transformation”. And he considers talented individuals to be at the core of the transformation. Through programs like Seeds, the company hopes to contribute towards the cultivation of digital talents. “I really hope that the idea the students have developed for this year’s Tech4Good competition can turn into reality,” he adds.
Huawei committed to bring its best technologies to Nepal
Huawei is a leading vendor of ICT infrastructure and smart devices. Likewise, it is committed to introducing the latest and the best technologies in Nepal. Likewise, Mr. Li says Huawei’s goal is to create value in society through products and solutions. Huawei is currently working with government agencies, mobile network operators (MNOs), internet service providers (ISPs), and private enterprises with the mission to bring digital access to every person, home, and organization in Nepal.
“We hope to build the foundation for the Nepalese digital economy by partnering with all ICT stakeholders through broadband connectivity, data centers, cloud and computing, and other latest technologies.”
Jason Li, Subsidiary Board Director – Huawei Bangladesh & Nepal Rep Office
Through programs such as Seeds for the Future, Huawei wants to give Nepal’s top talents a platform to give them international exposure and learning. This year, the 7 selected participants from Nepal will get to see first-hand the role technology is playing in shaping the future. Mr. Li hopes that upon their return, the participants will share their learning with their peers. Also check out: Nepal has Great Potential for Digital Transformation: Huawei Nepal CEO
-Based on remarks made by Mr. Jason Li, at the Opening Ceremony of Seeds for the Future 2022
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