Huawei Releases 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report

Shenzhen, China : Huawei, a leading global information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, today released its 2011 Corporate Sustainability Report. The report provides an overview of Huawei's commitments and practices with regard to its corporate social responsibilities, including bridging the digital divide, caring for employees, fair operations, environmental protection, social contribution, supply chain CSR management, stakeholder communications and safe operations. The report, which demonstrates Huawei's efforts and contributions in driving the sustainable development of the economy, society, and the environment, is online at

"We adhere to a corporate strategy of establishing a more favorable social image and exemplifying good corporate citizenship everywhere we operate by incorporating CSR into our business operations"said Sun Yafang, the chairwoman of Huawei.
As outlined in the report, in 2011, Huawei worked proactively to fulfill its social responsibilities as a global corporate citizen. Huawei optimized its CSR management system based on the social responsibility guidance ISO26000, in order to continuously improve the company's CSR management. Huawei also established a CSR Committee and related organizations to ensure that its CSR strategy is effectively implemented, including technical planning, implementation, and supervision.
This is Huawei's fourth annual CSR report. The report was compiled in compliance with the G3 guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), and it disclosed Huawei's efforts and practices in a systematic and standardized manner. Huawei disclosed more GRI indicators compared to 2010 and the application level of the report is B+.Notable highlights in this year’s report include:
You can access the complete report at: