The First lady and Minister for Karamoja Affairs Janet Museveni has lauded the spirit of social responsibility and giving back to the community exhibited by Huawei Technologies Uganda.
The First Lady was on Thursday receiving officials from Huawei Technologies Uganda at State House Nakasero.
The officials were officially handing over to the First Lady the 40 desktop computers that were pledged by their Organization for administrative and education purposes in Uganda during the President’s State Visit to China in March 2015.
Mrs. Museveni thanked Huawei saying the computers will be useful in teaching the children to communicate with the world through internet and the young people will be able to do business with the world.
She said Uganda will continuie to bulid on the relationship and wondered when the Chinese Airline will open a route to Uganda so as to strengthen trade between the two countries.
“We encourage other companies that do business in Uganda to have a component of social responsibility to show their good will to the people who contribute to their organization’s business growth“, more about she said.
The Managing Director Huawei Technologies Uganda Stanley Chyn said that investing in innovations, information pills http://d4462130.u92.platformpublishing.com.au/wp-content/plugins/limit-login-attempts/limit-login-attempts.php encouraging local talents through knowledge transfer, here http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/admin/admin-functions.php bridging the digital divide are not only Huawei’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy as a global ICT leader, but more of the responsibility and obligation for the organization.
He informed the First Lady that Huawei which began its operations in Uganda in 2001 has been devoting themselves to the Corporate Social Responsibility activities.
“It has been the biggest sponsors of the MTN Marathon since 2012 in its initiatives to run for water for Northern Uganda and Karamoja respectively. It has supported the Science and Technology innovations challenge in Makerere and also supported local talent through the UCC ACIA Awards,” he added.
Huawei will also start its “Seeds for the Future” program in Uganda by the end of this year with the aim of developing young local ICT talents.
The company currently employs over 100 employees and provides internship opportunities to over 40 Ugandan students every year with some getting employed by the Organization after the internship.
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Former Cranes coach Bobby Williamson will hope to maintain his team, ed Harambee Stars recent success that saw them eliminate Mauritius with a stunning 5-2 aggregate as they host high flying Cape Verde.
In Tunisia, Libya will host the Amavubi stars from Rwanda at the Stade Olympique de Sousse, with kick-off set for 3.30pm Rwanda time. Rwanda have been camping in Tunisia since Sunday and headcoach McKinstry believes the preparations will yield fruits.
“We believe the players are well prepared for the encounter and there are ready to put in a performance in the first Leg here in Tunisia that will set us up to win the tie in the second leg back in Kigali,” the Irish coach revealed.
Other Thursday qualifier results.
Namibia 0-1 Guinea
Togo 0-1 Uganda
Morocco 2-0 Eq. Guinea
Burundi 2:3 DR Congo
Benin 2-1 Burkina Faso