Societe de Gestion et d’Exploitation du Backbone National SA planned to develop Guinea National Fibre Backbone Project, in Guinea. Huawei was the construction contractor of the project. The project covered the construction of a 4352 km fibre optic network, covering 8 provinces, 33 states and 43 important regions. The construction period was 2 years. Until 07 July 2018, a 360 km fibre optic route from Kankan to N'zerekore had been completed, via Kerouane and Beyla. In addition, the cable routes of Conakry-Mamou, Mamou-Labe, Mamou-Kankan, Conakry-Boke had also been deployed. 90% connection from Faranah to N'zerekore via Kissidougou-Gueckedou-Macenta was complete, while 92% of the Boke-Gaoual-Kounsitel-Popodara-Labe route was complete. The project responded to Belt and Road Initiative. It would inject impetus into guinea's economic and social development, create more jobs for local people and ease the negative impact of the Ebola outbreak on guinea's economy.