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The Huawei ICT Academy in India has taken an initiative to boost the Digital India vision. It has opened its General ICT (Information and Communications Technology) courses for all Indians, to learn new skills and develop existing ones. These courses are based on industry-leading technologies and will be provided online for free.

Basics of the latest ICT technologies like 5G, AI, IoT, Cloud Computing, Network Communications and Big Data will be taught to the learners. Interested people can visit the ‘Huawei ICT Academy Course Catalogue’ site and register for their desired courses. Each course comprises multiple self-study modules with two to four lessons per course.

Speaking on the initiative Akash Mathur, Vice-President, Huawei India said, "In response to the government’s call for skilling, we open our general level ITC courses to anyone wanting to get a better understanding of emerging technologies, or to upgrade their current skills. Our aim is to build the education, industry and public talent ecosystems, to enhance talent capabilities and create an interest in ICT, especially amongst the student community as they are on the crux of deciding upon a career path,” as mentioned in the official press release.

Launched in 2015, the Huawei ICT Academy in India is a non-profit education programme that focuses on providing training and learning solutions for the ICT sector. And established in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider in ICT infrastructure and smart devices.

For more information on registration and courses, click: https://e.huawei.com/en/talent/news/#/details?consultationId=1673

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Killexams : Huawei, KUET sign MoU to establish ICT academy

Representatives of KUET and Huawei Bangladesh pose for a photo in the memorandum of understanding signing ceremony to establish an ICT Academy jointly at KUET, on Monday. --- Press release photo.

ICT infrastructure provider Huawei is going to establish an ICT Academy with Khulna University of Engineering and Technology to facilitate the students of this institution with advanced ICT knowledge.

A Memorandum of Understanding between KUET and Huawei has been signed at the KUET campus on August 01, 2022, said a press release.

KUET registrar Anisur Rahman Bhuiyan, KUET dean Electrical and Electronic Engineering faculty Azharul Hasan, KUET Electronics and Communication Engineering department head Pallab Kumar Choudhury, Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Bangladesh president George Lin, Huawei Bangladesh public relation manager Thouhidul Hassan were present at the event.

Under this agreement, a special training center will be set up at KUET. And, Huawei will provide online training materials and courses through its own learning platform to the KUET students.

This academy will also train KUET teachers as Huawei-certified trainers. After finishing the training, KUET teachers will train students in this ICT academy. Students will be able to get trainings on the latest ICT technology through this ICT academy.

KUET vice chancellor professor Quazi Sazzad Hossain said, ‘Developing a sustainable ICT talent ecosystem is essential for continuing our growth and overall progress. Huawei has contributed greatly to the ICT ecosystem of Bangladesh. This Huawei KUET ICT Academy partnership, I believe, will help students sharpen their existing skills while attaining new sets of skills and knowledge.’

‘Huawei has always been interested in helping the country achieve its goals related to digitalization. The most important aspect of this is to develop a sound ICT ecosystem. To that end, Huawei has been working with both the government and individual entities to create an ecosystem that will nurture ICT talents, who will then contribute to the growth of the country,’ said Enterprise Business Group, Huawei Technologies Limited president George Lin

He also said that this ICT Academy partnership is also part of our continued commitment to preparing the youth for the future world.

Huawei initiated ICT Academy, a school-enterprise cooperation project, back in 2013. At the moment, there are 1,500 such ICT academies run by Huawei in more than 90 countries around the world, including Pakistan, Zambia, and China. In total, 927 colleges and universities are involved in this initiative, benefitting thousands of learners from around the globe.

Huawei Technologies (Bangladesh) Limited has been contributing significantly to develop an ICT ecosystem in the country so that Bangladesh can realize its Smart Bangladesh vision.

Earlier, Huawei partnered with BUET to set up Huawei BUET ICT Academy, which is already operational.

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Killexams : Huawei commended for contribution toward inclusive education

Leading ICT company, Huawei has been commended by the Deputy Education Minister, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, for the pivotal role it plays in harnessing the potential of ICT to promote equitable and inclusive education for all, through its Technology-enabled Open School System (TeOSS) project.

The Technology-enabled Open School Systems (TeOSS) is an initiative in partnership with UNESCO, the Ministry of Education through the Ghana Education Service (GES) and Centre for National Distance Learning and Open Schooling (CENDULOS) as well as other key players in Ghana, Egypt and Ethiopia.

The project which is aimed at building robust crisis-resilient school systems seeks to connect school and home-based learning, to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal or crisis situations.

It also seeks to empower beneficiaries through enhanced connectivity, digital skills, and professional development over a period of three years. 

Speaking at the just-ended UNESCO-Huawei Cross Country Seminar held in Accra, the Deputy Minister, elaborated on the government and Ministry’s commitment to collaborate further with Huawei, UNESCO and other development partners to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 which focuses on ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting life-long learning.

Rev John Ntim Fordjour elaborated that, to meet the key targets of SDG Goal 4, more digital platforms are needed as an enabler and the leverage to achieve them.

He said government has put in a lot of effort through industry partnerships to reach every place where learners are found.

“We are excited about this discussion going on with Huawei Ghana and the team of experts that are sharing ideas and supporting this very brilliant intervention that the Ministry is undertaking,” he said.

He thanked the UNESCO Ghana Country Director, Diallo Abdulmahamahne and the Ghana team for their consistent support geared towards transforming Ghana’s education sector.

The Technology-enabled Open School project which was officially launched on November 25, 2021, is expected to benefit primary school students, Junior High School students, out-of-school children and vulnerable groups in Ghana.

Since its inception, the project has been piloted at 10 schools across 10 regions in the country. Under the pilot, educators and learners had access to online and offline resources to ensure that schools based in communities without internet access and electricity could benefit from the project.

As a company focused on accelerating the digital skills and the development of ICT talents in Ghana, Huawei through strategic partnerships has trained over 50,000 Ghanaians in advanced ICT courses like Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Routing and Switching, Coding, Financial Technology and Cloud Computing under its Women in Tech initiative.

This year, under its LEAP (Leadership Entrepreneurship Advancement Possibility) program, Huawei organised its maiden ICT Job Fair in collaboration with key government ministries and successfully provided employment opportunities for over 200 tertiary students.

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Killexams : UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All Project Progress Reviewed in Cross-country Seminar

The three-year project is being implemented in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal and crisis situations.

SHENZHEN, China, July 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7.

A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7. Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project’s implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project's implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

UNESCO is assisting the Ministries of Education and other partners in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Ghana with the delivery of the three-year TeOSS project, which will run until August 2023. Developed under the framework of the UNESCO-Huawei Funds-in-Trust, the project spans the design, pilot testing, and scaling-up of open technology-enabled school systems. Including curricula, teacher-student interaction, and social care, these systems will be accessible in schools, homes, and other venues, ensuring education continuity and quality even if a crisis such as the pandemic occurs.

"There three axes to steer the digital revolution, which are all reflected in this project: to ensure connectivity for all; to build free, public digital learning content and platforms; and to focus on how technology can enhance pedagogical innovation and change," said Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO.

Planned in close collaboration with the governments of Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia and aligned with their respective national strategies, each TeOSS project has been developed to meet specific local needs.

In Egypt, an ICT skills framework has been developed for teachers and students in K12 schools. Digital courseware development experts and primary and junior high school teachers will receive training, and a National Distance Learning Centre will be established for use by educators nationwide to ensure continuity in professional development.

"Since Egypt launched its new system, the President has provided unprecedented commitment to modernize the country's education model," said Dr. Hanem Ahmed, Head of International Cooperation for the Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt on behalf of H.E. Dr. Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The TeOSS project in Ethiopia is focusing on ICT infrastructure build-out to connect pilot schools, train teachers and students, and build a Learning Management System integrated with a Teacher Training Platform.

"The project perfectly aligns with Ethiopia's national strategies regarding the need to use ICT and digital content in our system. We will also scale up this system by adopting and customizing all activities according to the local context," said Dr. Zelalem Assefa, CEO of ICT and Digital Education for the Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

In Ghana, the focus is on creating digital content for all subjects, as well as providing training for teachers and students of primary and junior high schools. The project is also building an e-repository that teachers can use to upload content and which learners can access online and offline with little or no supervision.

"We need to be able to embrace technology to enhance our education delivery. If we want to be able to achieve SDG-4, we need digital platforms as an enabler and leverage to achieve that," said John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister of Education, on behalf of H.E. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education of the Republic of Ghana.

TeOSS is aligned with the Tech4Education domain of Huawei's digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, which aims to drive education equity and quality with technology, and is working to enhance digital access, Excellerate digital skills, and develop high-quality courses. Huawei ICT Academy program is designed to help cultivate ICT talent by improving digital skills.

"To achieve global education equity and share education resources, Huawei has launched the comprehensive one-stop service platform 'Huawei Talent'," said Zhang Jing, Senior Director of Huawei Education Talent Ecosystem, Huawei ICT Academy Development. "To bridge the gap between talent supply and demand in the digital era, Huawei is building talent alliances, improving skills, developing talent standards, and promoting the value of talent to help the world become more digital."

Technology is already demonstrating intrinsic value in transforming education, a value that will continue to grow in the future.

"Digital technology has become a new driver of productivity that supports innovation in education models, the transformation of education methodologies, and smarter education environments," said Kevin Zhang, CMO of ICT Infrastructure for Huawei. "We are exploring how to apply AI, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and speech processing, to education. Innovative technology can help solve the world's most pressing challenges. And we must continue working together to innovate."

The collaborative and innovative approach of the TeOSS project is helping to create inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all and underpin lifelong learning opportunities. It will empower nations to rethink education and underpin a new generation of digital schools and digital learners.

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In celebration of Mandela Day 2022, Huawei South Africa and the Department of Home Affairs partnered up to donate gift packs to newborn babies at Queen Nandi Regional Hospital in Empangeni, KwaZulu Natal. As well as handing over gift packs to the Madiba Day babies, Huawei and the department made a monetary donation to the hospital and hosted a special Mandela Day event.

The event was part of a broader Mandela Day campaign, which included an open day for civic registration and is the latest in a series of fruitful collaborations between Huawei and the department. Also benefitting from the event were learners from Exhaphozini Primary School in nearby Richards Bay, which also received a monetary donation as well as stationery, tablets, and sanitary towels.

“We are thankful to partners such as Huawei, which we have a long and rewarding relationship with, for supporting our communities and celebrating the youth, especially on the day when we supply back in tribute to Nelson Mandela, the father of our nation,” said Deputy Minister of Home Affairs Njabulo Nzuza. “We hope that this contribution can help to Excellerate learning and teaching at Exhaphozini Primary School. We’re also grateful that the DHA and Huawei can provide a platform to educate the youth about digital technologies. Huawei has a strong history of investing in South Africa’s youth and their education and events like today help underline how deep their commitment is.”

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Community councilors & members gathered at DHA & Huawei Madiba celebrations event

“At Huawei, we strongly believe in using our position to contribute positively to society,” said Huawei South Africa Deputy CEO Kian Chen. “Throughout the year, we focus on CSI and community projects that encourage the youth to engage with technology, especially because ICT is the foundation of everything we do, including the jobs of the future.”

Also in attendance at the event were local councilors and community members.

The event additionally provided an opportunity to promote the DHA’s ongoing Smart ID programme. The campaign targets high schools nationally to provide eligible learners in Grade 12 and other eligible youth who have turned 16 with smart ID cards at no cost.

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Killexams : UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All Project Progress Reviewed in Cross-country Seminar

The three-year project is being implemented in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal and crisis situations.

SHENZHEN, China, July 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7.

Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project's implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

UNESCO is assisting the Ministries of Education and other partners in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Ghana with the delivery of the three-year TeOSS project, which will run until August 2023. Developed under the framework of the UNESCO-Huawei Funds-in-Trust, the project spans the design, pilot testing, and scaling-up of open technology-enabled school systems. Including curricula, teacher-student interaction, and social care, these systems will be accessible in schools, homes, and other venues, ensuring education continuity and quality even if a crisis such as the pandemic occurs.

"There three axes to steer the digital revolution, which are all reflected in this project: to ensure connectivity for all; to build free, public digital learning content and platforms; and to focus on how technology can enhance pedagogical innovation and change," said Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO.

Planned in close collaboration with the governments of Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia and aligned with their respective national strategies, each TeOSS project has been developed to meet specific local needs.

In Egypt, an ICT skills framework has been developed for teachers and students in K12 schools. Digital courseware development experts and primary and junior high school teachers will receive training, and a National Distance Learning Centre will be established for use by educators nationwide to ensure continuity in professional development.

"Since Egypt launched its new system, the President has provided unprecedented commitment to modernize the country's education model," said Dr. Hanem Ahmed, Head of International Cooperation for the Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt on behalf of H.E. Dr. Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The TeOSS project in Ethiopia is focusing on ICT infrastructure build-out to connect pilot schools, train teachers and students, and build a Learning Management System integrated with a Teacher Training Platform.

"The project perfectly aligns with Ethiopia's national strategies regarding the need to use ICT and digital content in our system. We will also scale up this system by adopting and customizing all activities according to the local context," said Dr. Zelalem Assefa, CEO of ICT and Digital Education for the Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

In Ghana, the focus is on creating digital content for all subjects, as well as providing training for teachers and students of primary and junior high schools. The project is also building an e-repository that teachers can use to upload content and which learners can access online and offline with little or no supervision.

"We need to be able to embrace technology to enhance our education delivery. If we want to be able to achieve SDG-4, we need digital platforms as an enabler and leverage to achieve that," said John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister of Education, on behalf of H.E. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education of the Republic of Ghana.

TeOSS is aligned with the Tech4Education domain of Huawei's digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, which aims to drive education equity and quality with technology, and is working to enhance digital access, Excellerate digital skills, and develop high-quality courses. Huawei ICT Academy program is designed to help cultivate ICT talent by improving digital skills.

"To achieve global education equity and share education resources, Huawei has launched the comprehensive one-stop service platform 'Huawei Talent'," said Zhang Jing, Senior Director of Huawei Education Talent Ecosystem, Huawei ICT Academy Development. "To bridge the gap between talent supply and demand in the digital era, Huawei is building talent alliances, improving skills, developing talent standards, and promoting the value of talent to help the world become more digital."

Technology is already demonstrating intrinsic value in transforming education, a value that will continue to grow in the future.

"Digital technology has become a new driver of productivity that supports innovation in education models, the transformation of education methodologies, and smarter education environments," said Kevin Zhang, CMO of ICT Infrastructure for Huawei. "We are exploring how to apply AI, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and speech processing, to education. Innovative technology can help solve the world's most pressing challenges. And we must continue working together to innovate."

The collaborative and innovative approach of the TeOSS project is helping to create inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all and underpin lifelong learning opportunities. It will empower nations to rethink education and underpin a new generation of digital schools and digital learners.

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Killexams : UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All Project Progress Reviewed in Cross-country Seminar

The three-year project is being implemented in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal and crisis situations.

SHENZHEN, China, July 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7.

Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project's implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

UNESCO is assisting the Ministries of Education and other partners in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Ghana with the delivery of the three-year TeOSS project, which will run until August 2023. Developed under the framework of the UNESCO-Huawei Funds-in-Trust, the project spans the design, pilot testing, and scaling-up of open technology-enabled school systems. Including curricula, teacher-student interaction, and social care, these systems will be accessible in schools, homes, and other venues, ensuring education continuity and quality even if a crisis such as the pandemic occurs.

"There three axes to steer the digital revolution, which are all reflected in this project: to ensure connectivity for all; to build free, public digital learning content and platforms; and to focus on how technology can enhance pedagogical innovation and change," said Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO.

Planned in close collaboration with the governments of Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia and aligned with their respective national strategies, each TeOSS project has been developed to meet specific local needs.

In Egypt, an ICT skills framework has been developed for teachers and students in K12 schools. Digital courseware development experts and primary and junior high school teachers will receive training, and a National Distance Learning Centre will be established for use by educators nationwide to ensure continuity in professional development.

"Since Egypt launched its new system, the President has provided unprecedented commitment to modernize the country's education model," said Dr. Hanem Ahmed, Head of International Cooperation for the Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt on behalf of H.E. Dr. Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The TeOSS project in Ethiopia is focusing on ICT infrastructure build-out to connect pilot schools, train teachers and students, and build a Learning Management System integrated with a Teacher Training Platform.

"The project perfectly aligns with Ethiopia's national strategies regarding the need to use ICT and digital content in our system. We will also scale up this system by adopting and customizing all activities according to the local context," said Dr. Zelalem Assefa, CEO of ICT and Digital Education for the Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

In Ghana, the focus is on creating digital content for all subjects, as well as providing training for teachers and students of primary and junior high schools. The project is also building an e-repository that teachers can use to upload content and which learners can access online and offline with little or no supervision.

"We need to be able to embrace technology to enhance our education delivery. If we want to be able to achieve SDG-4, we need digital platforms as an enabler and leverage to achieve that," said John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister of Education, on behalf of H.E. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education of the Republic of Ghana.

TeOSS is aligned with the Tech4Education domain of Huawei's digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, which aims to drive education equity and quality with technology, and is working to enhance digital access, Excellerate digital skills, and develop high-quality courses. Huawei ICT Academy program is designed to help cultivate ICT talent by improving digital skills.

"To achieve global education equity and share education resources, Huawei has launched the comprehensive one-stop service platform 'Huawei Talent'," said Zhang Jing, Senior Director of Huawei Education Talent Ecosystem, Huawei ICT Academy Development. "To bridge the gap between talent supply and demand in the digital era, Huawei is building talent alliances, improving skills, developing talent standards, and promoting the value of talent to help the world become more digital."

Technology is already demonstrating intrinsic value in transforming education, a value that will continue to grow in the future.

"Digital technology has become a new driver of productivity that supports innovation in education models, the transformation of education methodologies, and smarter education environments," said Kevin Zhang, CMO of ICT Infrastructure for Huawei. "We are exploring how to apply AI, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and speech processing, to education. Innovative technology can help solve the world's most pressing challenges. And we must continue working together to innovate."

The collaborative and innovative approach of the TeOSS project is helping to create inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all and underpin lifelong learning opportunities. It will empower nations to rethink education and underpin a new generation of digital schools and digital learners.

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Killexams : UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All Project Progress Reviewed in Cross-country Seminar

The three-year project is being implemented in Ghana, Ethiopia, and Egypt to ensure the continuity and quality of learning under normal and crisis situations.

SHENZHEN, China, July 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ --  A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7.

A three-day cross-country seminar hosted in Accra, Ghana on the subject of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All (TeOSS) project drew to a close on July 7. Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project’s implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase. (PRNewsfoto/Huawei)

Following the official launch of the TeOSS project on 25 November 2021, the seminar was co-organized by Huawei and UNESCO as part of the project's implementation phase. The event included a progress report on the first phase of the project, including results so far, and discussed the implementation of the second phase.

UNESCO is assisting the Ministries of Education and other partners in Egypt, Ethiopia, and Ghana with the delivery of the three-year TeOSS project, which will run until August 2023. Developed under the framework of the UNESCO-Huawei Funds-in-Trust, the project spans the design, pilot testing, and scaling-up of open technology-enabled school systems. Including curricula, teacher-student interaction, and social care, these systems will be accessible in schools, homes, and other venues, ensuring education continuity and quality even if a crisis such as the pandemic occurs.

"There three axes to steer the digital revolution, which are all reflected in this project: to ensure connectivity for all; to build free, public digital learning content and platforms; and to focus on how technology can enhance pedagogical innovation and change," said Stefania Giannini, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO.

Planned in close collaboration with the governments of Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia and aligned with their respective national strategies, each TeOSS project has been developed to meet specific local needs.

In Egypt, an ICT skills framework has been developed for teachers and students in K12 schools. Digital courseware development experts and primary and junior high school teachers will receive training, and a National Distance Learning Centre will be established for use by educators nationwide to ensure continuity in professional development.

"Since Egypt launched its new system, the President has provided unprecedented commitment to modernize the country's education model," said Dr. Hanem Ahmed, Head of International Cooperation for the Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt on behalf of H.E. Dr. Tarek Shawki, Minister of Education and Technical Education of the Arab Republic of Egypt.

The TeOSS project in Ethiopia is focusing on ICT infrastructure build-out to connect pilot schools, train teachers and students, and build a Learning Management System integrated with a Teacher Training Platform.

"The project perfectly aligns with Ethiopia's national strategies regarding the need to use ICT and digital content in our system. We will also scale up this system by adopting and customizing all activities according to the local context," said Dr. Zelalem Assefa, CEO of ICT and Digital Education for the Ministry of Education of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia.

In Ghana, the focus is on creating digital content for all subjects, as well as providing training for teachers and students of primary and junior high schools. The project is also building an e-repository that teachers can use to upload content and which learners can access online and offline with little or no supervision.

"We need to be able to embrace technology to enhance our education delivery. If we want to be able to achieve SDG-4, we need digital platforms as an enabler and leverage to achieve that," said John Ntim Fordjour, Deputy Minister of Education, on behalf of H.E. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum, Minister of Education of the Republic of Ghana.

TeOSS is aligned with the Tech4Education domain of Huawei's digital inclusion initiative TECH4ALL, which aims to drive education equity and quality with technology, and is working to enhance digital access, Excellerate digital skills, and develop high-quality courses. Huawei ICT Academy program is designed to help cultivate ICT talent by improving digital skills.

"To achieve global education equity and share education resources, Huawei has launched the comprehensive one-stop service platform 'Huawei Talent'," said Zhang Jing, Senior Director of Huawei Education Talent Ecosystem, Huawei ICT Academy Development. "To bridge the gap between talent supply and demand in the digital era, Huawei is building talent alliances, improving skills, developing talent standards, and promoting the value of talent to help the world become more digital."

Technology is already demonstrating intrinsic value in transforming education, a value that will continue to grow in the future.

"Digital technology has become a new driver of productivity that supports innovation in education models, the transformation of education methodologies, and smarter education environments," said Kevin Zhang, CMO of ICT Infrastructure for Huawei. "We are exploring how to apply AI, such as computer vision, natural language processing, and speech processing, to education. Innovative technology can help solve the world's most pressing challenges. And we must continue working together to innovate."

The collaborative and innovative approach of the TeOSS project is helping to create inclusive, equitable, and quality education for all and underpin lifelong learning opportunities. It will empower nations to rethink education and underpin a new generation of digital schools and digital learners.

SOURCE Huawei

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