Tech Voice Africa will be hosting a special edition of its TVA Dialogue, with the leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices, Huawei Technologies to discuss the impact it’s much invested CSR initiative; Huawei Seeds for the Future, has had on local ICT talents.
The Special edition of the TVA Dialogue, will take place on Friday, 13th September, 2019 at the Huawei Technologies head office at Cantonment from 5pm to 7pm and will be on the topic; ‘Huawei Seeds for the Future: Sowing Seeds in Ghana & Beyond.’
This edition will bring on board some beneficiaries of the Seeds for the Future Initiative, as well as the Director for Enterprise at Huawei Ghana, Mr. Geoffrey Li to discuss how the seeds sown by the leading global ICT firm, has impacted the Ghanaian ICT ecosystem and possibilities for the future.
What to expect
- How the Seeds for the Future Program has impacted the Ghanaian ICT ecosystem
- How Huawei has contributed to the development of local ICT talent
- How one can become a beneficiary
- Benefits for beneficiary
To learn more about the Huawei Seeds for the Future initiative, you can join the discussion on Facebook and Twitter using the #TVADialogue. You can also send your questions to the host, Ida Padikuor Na-Tei during the discussion which will be streamed live on Facebook using the #TVADialogue.
Huawei Seeds for the Future
The Huawei Seeds for the Future program was started in 2008 and has since benefited 30,0000 students worldwide. The program which was established in Ghana in 2015 and has won several awards. Recently, it was adjudged the best innovative CSR program of the year at the Mobex Africa Innovations Award. Through this program, over 3,600 top college students have been able to visit and study at Huawei’s headquarters in China.
Participants spend an initial period in Beijing gaining Mandarin language training and learning more about Chinese culture at the Beijing Language and Cultural University; one of the best universities in Beijing. They are also privileged to visit the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square and the Great Wall of China.