Once the Kindles were in hand we now had to figure out a way to ship them to Peru and avoid the red tape tap and fees associated with international shipping. Thanks to the Texas-based association, Villa Milagro, a team of nurses and doctors in route to Cajamarca for a 7-day medical campaign in June agreed to bring the Kindles free of charge. Once we had the kindles in hand, the last piece of the puzzle was to identify a qualified instructor with enough patience to teach our women the ins-and-outs of Facebook and Internet browsing. Lucky for us, Charo Yupanqui, our HopeHouse Community Education Coordinator and crochet teacher extraordinaire, recommended her computer instructor as a candidate. Professor Salatiel (as we call him) passed the interview with flying colors and helped us develop a 6-week curriculum where women attend classes twice a week for two hours. By the end of the course, women create an E-mail account, FaceBook Page, and learn how to browse the Internet to help themselves and their children with homework assignments.