We strongly believe that technology and associated innovations can provide powerful means for enhancing education, economic prosperity, improved service delivery, networking, large-scale learning, and building accountability.  We have been using new technologies in our projects for over 15 years to increase their impact in the fields of reproductive health, agriculture, monitoring and evaluation, voluntarism, and community development.  One exemplary project in this area of expertise is the “Young Women Leadership Program”, launched in 2007, through which we created a number of IT-based resource centers for young women to use to become better informed and equipped with the skills, confidence, and experience to assume leadership roles in their communities.  We are currently seeking to promote the use of e-learning tools for wider outreach and to assist our clients achieve learning outcomes and impact in a more efficient and effective means.