Global information and communication technology giant, Huawei has joined forces with a New Zealand Group called Kiwis for kiwi to save the bird from extinction.
Kiwi is a flightless bird that is native to New Zealand. According to a backstory, hundred of years agao, millions of kiwi in the region. However, the number has dropped to just about 70,000 and they keep depopulating by two per cent yearly.
Andrew Bowater, deputy managing director at Huawei explained; “New Zealand is renowned all over the world for its clean, green reputation and unique wildlife. But not everyone knows that New Zealand’s most recognisable icon, the kiwi, could disappear from the wild in just a few generations.
“It’s hard to imagine future generations growing up without our national symbol. The work that Kiwis for kiwi does is crucial to New Zealand and we’re proudly behind them.”
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Huawei has been one of the leading technology presence in the country for over a decade. It is responsible for many improvements in connectivity in New Zealand since 2005.
Kiwis for kiwi is a non-profit organisation that is running kiwi conservation projects all over the country. Their long-term project is to see the kiwi population increase by two per cent every year.
Kiwis for kiwi Executive Director Michelle Impey thanked Huawei for its support. She said; “Kiwis for kiwi have some big goals, and technology will be key to helping us achieve them. Huawei is well known for its commitments in using technology to help conservationists develop new ways of protecting natural habitats.”
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