Twenty senior technical experts dealing with ICT policies and regulations from the African Union Commission, Regional Economic Communities and Associations of Regulators are currently taking part in a technical training organised by Huawei at its Headquarters in China.
The training, which lasts till December 18, is being offered by Huawei under the Framework of the Africa-China cooperation and in line with the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed by the African Union (AU) Commission and Huawei on the January 27, 2015.
The MOU, among other things, required the two parties to explore areas of partnership for technological exchange and jointly enhance the Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) capabilities and infrastructure development in Africa.
Participants are getting trained in the development ICT regulatory framework and sharing the best practices and latest ICT solutions related to broadband and radio spectrum allocations; e-government solutions; cyber security strategy and approach; Huawei’s corporate culture and management experience; visit Huawei’s exhibition halls and campuses as well as learn about the Chinese culture.
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