Amangwe Village is a Non-Government Operation, based in KwamBonambi, South Africa. The Amangwe VIllage project includes a self-sustainable garden education course, an on-grounds TB and HIV hospital, a day school and feeding program for children, and more. I am a Texas citizen that lived at Amangwe Village from July 2006- December 2006. At the time I arrived, there was a room with 4 computers, all with internet access. None of these computers were being used as no one really knew how to use them. I took it upon myself to create an educational system, teaching workers and residents computer skills, to improve their lives and chances of a better future. While I was there, I took on 10 students, teaching basic typing and spreadsheet skills. We played games and also learned some simple e-mail and internet skills. Since my return home, a Peace Corps volunteer from Detroit has continued what I started. I have sent money to the project which has paid for classes for up to a year for students that have no way of paying the fees set by the Amangwe Village Project. This is a very positive and important project that I hope to see live on for a long time.