Okay, my full situation is that I'm building a house in Northen Thailand. I've got 800 sqm of land, so a covered shelter as a classroom is no big issue as the villagers have told me that they will build it to assist their childrens learning. In return, I'm expected to enhance their English language skills and introduce them to IT.
If everything goes well, the 'headman' of the village has indicate that he will approve some budget from the village to buy some Pi devices for the local school.
I will be responsible for teaching basic 'intro to computing' and making something of benefit to the community, so building a community website will probably be the initial 'goal'.
I will be paying from my own pocket for a decent broadband connection ( 16Mb ) and have been promised 10 secondhand Linksys WRT54G routers by a company in Pattaya for free. These will be acting as wireless bridge repeaters and many villagers have stated that they will pay the electric cost to run these routers 24hours per day from their homes, so we should get good village coverage.
It's ambitious, but we were talking about the concept before I found the Raspberry Pi initiative.
This is the excitement level that this device is generating!
If you suddenly find a number of applicants for jobs from Si Patoom / Loei Province / Thailand, you'll know that we succeeded