Huawei and Koinoti Nav have launched the first authorized training center --  Huawei Authorized Learning Partner (HALP) – in Tajikistan.

Mr. Wang Shuanli, Huawei Vice-President for Middle East and Central Asia and Mr. Mirzo Faizullozoda, Director General of Koinoti Nav Group of Companies attend the official opening ceremony of the center that took place in Dushanbe on April 23.  The center is located in AtS training center.  

“As the world’s leader in providing ICT solutions, Huawei constantly strives for technological innovation and its dissemination.  We have created this center jointly with Koinoti Nav Group and this center will bring the Huawei advanced education system to the region, offering professional courses in such advanced areas as G5,  storing and transmitting data, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, etc.  Each participant will be able to gain the most relevant knowledge and skills meeting global trends of the development of the ICT industry,” Mr. Wang said.  

Mr. Faizullozoda  also expressed hope for long-term prospects of the cooperation.  

“Koinoti Nav Group and Huawei Company share a common vision and attach great importance to IT technologies.  We work together on innovation, increasing the number of certified IT specialists, improving quality and implementing ambitious projects in order to make the world a better place.  The Huawei training center is not just our partner, it will play a key role in the development of information technology in our country.  The center will bring together the best specialists to work together on projects aimed at innovation and improving the lives of citizens,” Faizullozoda noted.    

Huawei Authorized Learning Partner (HALP) is a professional training organization authorized by Huawei to receive Huawei's supervision and management, provide Huawei-authorized training programs to the public, and work with Huawei for ICT (Information and Communications Technology) talent training.

Founded in 1987, Huawei is a leading global provider of information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure and smart devices.  The company has 207,000 employees and operates in over 170 countries and regions, serving more than three billion people around the world.

The formation of Koinoti Nav Group of Companies reportedly began 1991 with the wholesale supply of food products and household goods of prime necessity.  Koinoti Nav reportedly groups the number of companies successfully operating and dynamically developing in different business areas. 

Koinoti Nav notes that attracting investment into Tajikistan’s economy is one of its strategic objectives.