Pronatel, the National Telecommunications Program in Peru, has made progress with connectivity projects in the Loreto region.
The preparation of the Basic Engineering Study (EBI) for the Napo-Putumayo Broadband Project and for the Broadband Project of the Manseriche district has taken place to reduce the digital divide.
When both projects are implemented, a total of 51,772 citizens, from 314 localities, from the provinces of Datem del Marañón, Alto Amazonas, Maynas, Loreto and Putumayo will be able to access the free high-quality Internet service.
Additionally, the joint installation of seven Digital Access Centers (CAD) is planned, which will promote and advance the productive use and appropriation of new technologies by the population.
Both projects will allow the deployment of approximately 100 kilometers of fiber optics, so that 392 public institutions, including schools, medical posts and police stations, as well as end-users, can access broadband services.
Previously in 2020, Institutional Cooperation Framework Agreements were signed with the Regional Government of Loreto to facilitate the execution of the Napo-Putumayo Project and the Manseriche Project.
Pronatel, an entity attached to the Ministry of Transport and Communications, continues to reduce the connectivity gap in Peru and generate opportunities for all Peruvians, through the implementation of Internet services using a high-quality telecommunications network.Click below to share this article