Sinaloa public libraries will have Free Internet

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From Culiacán, the Central Library of the UAS will benefit; the “Francisco Gil Leyva”, and the building of the Palacio de la Memoria (in the Cultural Pyramid), from the República Mexicana neighborhood, and the “Heriberto Sainz Aguilar”, in Culiacancito.

A total of 19 public libraries in Ahome, El Fuerte, Sinaloa municipality, Guasave, Mocorito, Culiacán and El Rosario, in Sinaloa, were selected to participate in the Free Internet Program of the Federal Government, out of a total of 1,816 that includes this first stage in the country, informed Humberto González Palazuelos, coordinator of the State Network of Public Libraries in Sinaloa.                                                                             

The public libraries benefited in Sinaloa are the following: In the municipality of Ahome, the properties “José María Morelos” and “Domingo Savio”, located in Los Mochis, will have this service; and the “Andrés Pérez de Ribas” Municipal Public Library, in Ahome.

From El Fuerte, the users of the “Leonardo Álvarez Delgado” libraries in the municipal seat will benefit “Raúl López Ruelas”, from Tetaroba; “2 de abril”, from the Dos de abril community, and “Manuel Valdés Vega” , in Camajoa.

In Guasave, the “Francisco Carranza Ibarra ” library in Bamoa will benefit, and in Sinaloa municipality it will be the “Profa. Enriqueta Castillo ”, in Naranjo Station.

In Mocorito, the “Eustaquio Buelna”, in the municipal seat, and the “Ma. Dolores Villarreal ”, in Pericos.

From Culiacán, the Central Library of the UAS will benefit; the “Francisco Gil Leyva”, and the building of the Palacio de la Memoria (in the Cultural Pyramid), from the República Mexicana neighborhood, and the “Heriberto Sainz Aguilar”, in Culiacancito.

El Rosario, it will equip the Public Library “Antonio L . Topete ” , in Agua Verde, and “ Villa de Diana ” , in Chametla; “Ricardo Flores Magón” , in Infonavit Rosendo G. Castro, and that of Cacalotán.

For this, the CFE Telecomunicaciones and the “Internet for All” program promoted various agreements with the General Directorate of Libraries, in order to provide connectivity to all the sites of the National Network of Public Libraries, in order to guarantee the right of access to information and communication technologies, including broadband and internet, as well as to increase the capacity to provide technological goods and services.

Source: revistaespejo.com

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