Assisting African governments to promote the development of their local telecom industry
Case I: Contribution to the telecommunication in the rural areas of Africa
In April 2005, the Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo visited China. Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo and Chinese President Hu Jintao witnessed the signing of a US$ 200 million’s worth of memorandum of understanding on Phase II rural telephone network by Huawei, the Communications Ministry of Nigeria and China Development Bank.

In August 2005, during the visit of President of Kenya to China, Huawei and the Communications Ministry of Kenya signed a contract on the transformation of the rural telephone network throughout Kenya. When Phase I of this project is finished, the network is expected to cover half of the rural areas of Kenya and enable over 120,000 citizens accessible to telephone, which will definitely bring about favorable social and economic benefits.

Case II: Promotion of the e-government construction in Africa
In June 2006, Huawei and its partners signed an agreement with the Information Administration of Senegal valued at US$100 million to develop an e-government network for the country.

Case III: Donation of telecom equipment
In January 2002, Huawei donated telecom equipment worth US$6 million to Egypt;
In April 2002, Huawei donated switches and integrated access network equipment valued at US$2 million;
In June 2004, Huawei donated US$ 2 million’s worth of CDMA WLL trial network;
In June 2004 and December 2005, Huawei donated a UMTS trial network to the Tunis government worth up to US$16 million, to help Tunis showcase the advanced 3G technologies and build a platform for future 3G applications at the ITU summit;
In November 2004, Huawei signed an agreement for the introduction of new technologies to Nigeria with the Communications Ministry of Nigeria;
In April 2006, Huawei donated datacom and video conferencing systems to the President House of Kenya to help with its e-government and e-education system.

Commitment to the social responsibilities as a corporate citizen
Case I: Huawei has established a long-term partnership with African operators and trained a large number of excellent staff for them. More examples are as follows:

Having established Talent Training Center in South Africa with TELKOM, the largest fixed network operator in South Africa, and the Communication Ministry of South Africa; Having provided telecom training opportunities and scholarship for university students in Sub-Sahara Africa; Having established long-term cooperation with NTI (National Telecommunication Institute of Egypt), providing training about datacom; Having set up training centers in Egypt, Tunis, Nigeria, Kenya and Angola, etc.

Case II: Huawei cooperated with the Posts and Telecommunications Ministry of Angola to set up a university of telecom technologies. This university is aimed to cultivate more telecom talents for Angola, and is under construction now. Huawei provided training opportunities at Huawei Headquarters for around 150 students from the Post and Telecommunications University of Tunis, worth around US$ 800,000.

Case III: Having
donated to Kenneth Kaunda Children of Africa Foundation, to help the children in Africa. In 2005 Huawei donated 500,000 Egyptian pounds to the Next Generation Foundation of Egypt.