Huawei Partners in the 4th ACIA of Uganda Communications Commission (UCC)

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Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, participated in the 4th annual UCC ACIA Awards under the theme ICT innovation for National Development organized by Uganda Communications Commission (UCC). The awards are to recognize stakeholders within the industry, who have over a defined period of time, delivered innovative communication services to the market.

Shawn Zhang, deputy director of Huawei Uganda, gave awards to the winner of service excellence category, which is to recognize the most innovative products and services in the field of telecommunications, broadcasting or postal. “I am honored to be here on behalf of Huawei, a very innovative global company, and I suppose that is why I am invited to give these innovation awards.  I would like to congratulate the winners and I would like to say that I am very proud of doing business here in a very innovative country with very innovative people.”

Huawei is implementing long-term and Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes and initiatives to bridge the digital divide in the region. The participation in ACIA to promote ICT innovation for Uganda’s national development in partnership with the UCC is a sign of this commitment.

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