Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, to partner with KCCA for Africa Mayors’ Forum known as the East and Central African Cities Development Forum.
The three day African Cities’ Development forum to be held by KCCA at Speke Resort Munyonyo from 24th to 26th of May 2016 is to attract hundreds of high-level audience, mayors, scholars, research institutes, enterprises and private sectors to participate and discuss extensive topics like realizing UN sustainable development goals, delivering great 21st Century African Cities, safety and securities in Cities and financing infrastructure investment in African Cities among others.
Huawei Uganda to deliver Keynote address on how to promote Smart City and Safe City in African Cities such as Kampala in order to cut down crime.
“With our 18 years of experience within Africa’s ICT industry, coupled with our extensive industry global network, Huawei is well positioned to share the best practices and latest ICT solutions. Huawei has a presence in most of the 54 African countries where it works closely with telecom operators to modernize their respective networks and with governments to support ICT infrastructure deployment and digital transformation practice. We know that our insight in Smart City and security in African cities shall give an end to end solution for crime in Africa,” says Mr. Stanley Chyn the Managing Director of Huawei Uganda.
According to Mr. Stanley Chyn, Huawei is to exhibit virtually to the attendees how its Smart City and Safe City solution can be incorporated in African Cities’ already existing infrastructure to cut crime, manage traffic and surveillance among others.
The Prime Minister of Uganda Rt. Honorable Ruhakana Rugunda is going to open the East and Central African Cities Development Forum in Munyonyo.