Huawei has recently announced its business results for the first three quarters of 2023 today. During this period, Huawei generated CNY456.6 billion in revenue, with a year-on-year increase of 2.4% and a net profit margin of 16.0%.
“The company’s performance is in line with forecast,” said Ken Hu, Huawei’s Rotating Chairman. “I’d like to thank our customers and partners for their ongoing trust and support. Moving forward, we will continue to increase our investment in R&D to make the most of our business portfolio and take the competitiveness of our products and services to new heights. As always, our goal is to create greater value for our customers, partners, and society.”
Huawei showcases the achievements of the Technology-enabled Open Schools for All
At the UNESCO-Huawei International Forum on Digital Platforms and Competencies for Teachers yesterday, Egypt’s Ministry of Education officially launched the National Distance Learning Centre for the Continuous Professional Development of Educators.
The learning center was developed as part of the UNESCO-Huawei Technology-enabled Open Schools for All project, which is running in Egypt, Ghana, and Ethiopia from 2020 to 2023.
He also praised the accomplishments of the Open Schools project in cooperation with the Professional Academy for Teachers and the UNESCO Office in Cairo stating: “The Open Schools program has made notable achievements in the education sector in Egypt in terms of capacity building and preparing enrichment training courses for teachers, various digital platforms, and the establishment of the National Center for Distance Education, to improve the skills of educators in Egypt.”
“Education matters for all, and our strategy is to improve digital skills for the educators in order to address the challenge in Egypt. Let’s work together to build a more inclusive and sustainable digital world.” said Joyce Liu, Director, TECH4ALL Digital Inclusion Program Office for Huawei.