USDA Grants to Support Distance Learning and Telemedicine
The United States Department of Agriculture is awarding grants
ranging from $50,000 to $1 cardinal to institutions supporting
distance learning and telemedicine successful agrarian communities. The deadline
for this competitory assistance programme is June 4.
The USDA Distance Learning & Telemedicine Grant Program (DLT) is
designed to service communities of 20,000 residents oregon fewer. In
addition, the bureau is encouraging applicants “to consider
projects that volition beforehand equity and economical accidental successful rural
America, specifically those that beforehand the pursuing key
Containing the COVID-19 pandemic;
Ensuring radical equity;
Rebuilding our agrarian economy; and
Addressing the clime crisis.”
Funds are to beryllium utilized for broadband, networking hardware,
computers/devices, AV equipment, software, instructional programming
and enactment related to installing and procuring the tools to support
distance learning and telemedicine. A 15 percent lucifer is required.
Eligible organizations see astir authorities and section governmental entities, federally recognized Tribes, nonprofits, for-profit businesses and consortia of eligible entities. A PDF
fact expanse tin beryllium recovered here. Further details tin beryllium recovered at
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