Chinese giant Huawei has joined hands with the leading Indian NGO, SOS Children’s Villages India to support education and child welfare under Daksha Programme.
Under this programme, Huawei India will connect with 982 children to support quality education for children living in 10 SOS of India across Maharashtra, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Telengana, Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.
The Daksha CSR program also provides for support of mid-day meal for over 15,000 children and kitchen upgrade programs; partnering with three Engineering Universities to set-up Innovation Labs in the areas of SDN/NFV, IoT and Big Data to promote skill development in future-oriented technologies; provide scholarship support to 80 engineering students to support higher education.
Additionally, Huawei’s e-Hope program also works to distribute Computers & Tablets in Government Schools across India.
Huawei’s community development program in Bangalore has initiated to construct toilets in government schools, and drinking water projects in villages, adds the statement of the company.