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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians

This Broadband Use and Adoption project seeks to reduce barriers to broadband usage among tribal members in Pauma Valley, California by conducting a broadband adoption and use study to explore solutions and programs related to broadband affordability, distance learning, telehealth, and telework. Additionally, the applicant will purchase laptops and tablets and distribute to a limited number of tribal members for the use of telework, telemedicine, and remote learning. Finally, the applicant will host at least 20 broadband and technology use trainings for community members.

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Broadband Use and Adoption
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