Huawei to Train 150,000 Young People in Sub-Saharan Africa through LEAP Programme

Huawei’s LEAP programme aims to boost digital skills in Sub-Saharan Africa by training 150,000 youth.

Huawei is set to elevate its commitment to developing digital talent in Sub-Saharan Africa by training an additional 150,000 young people through its LEAP digital skills development programme over the next three years. This initiative is part of Huawei’s broader strategy to invest in global resources tailored to meet the specific digital talent needs of local communities.

The LEAP programme is designed to bridge the digital skills gap in Sub-Saharan Africa by providing comprehensive training and resources. It focuses on fostering digital leadership, building a skilled ICT workforce, creating a pool of young digital talent, and enhancing digital literacy among citizens. By doing so, Huawei aims to make a significant impact on the digital capabilities and future prospects of Sub-Saharan Africa.

Through this initiative, Huawei is not only addressing the immediate need for digital skills but also contributing to the long-term development of a digitally empowered generation. The company’s efforts align with broader goals of sustainable development and economic growth in the region, as a digitally skilled workforce is crucial for driving innovation and competitiveness in the global market.

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