Huawei’s “Seeds for the Future” Project to Take Place in Uzbekistan

During the IT Star competition award ceremony, Huawei announced its upcoming educational project "Seeds for the Future" in Uzbekistan. Scheduled for August this year, the initiative will welcome 150 students from over 15 countries across the Middle East and Central Asia region.

The program aims to provide participants with a week-long internship focusing on advanced technologies and solutions. Additionally, various events featuring leading industry experts, cultural immersion experiences, and the annual Tech4Good competition will be part of the itinerary.

Operating in Uzbekistan for 25 years, Huawei has collaborated closely with telecom operators, governmental entities, industries, and educational institutions. “Seeds for the Future” is a flagship global educational program of Huawei, reflecting its corporate social responsibility efforts.

Since its inception in 2008, the program has engaged over 18,000 students from 141 countries. In previous years, Uzbekistan has been represented by 50 students attending courses in China, and 82 students participating in the online version of the program from 2020 to 2022. In 2017, four participants from Uzbekistan attended the international summit Belt and Road in Beijing as part of the “Seeds for the Future” project.

Among the distinguished female awardees in Uzbekistan’s IT sector was Nodira Otabekova, a student at Inha University in Tashkent and a participant in last year’s “Seeds for the Future” educational project. Nodira led the Techno Minds team, which clinched the regional champion title and a silver medal in the Tech4Good competition. This year, she has been selected as one of the ten global ambassadors for “Seeds for the Future 2024”.


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