One of the professions most needed in the developing world is that of an engineer or architect to start to build up the infrastructure of the area. For anyone to get to that point they have to master mathematics. In order help agents in developing countries to acquire that knowledge, it may be useful for those of us with mathematical backgrounds to offer our services as tutors. I would certainly be willing to do that. I would like to get together a group of us here to offer that service to agents in the developing world who are students. Often, the time constraints involved in running a classroom make it difficult for a student to get his questions answered in class. Another service we can provide is to give the students information about the applicability of mathematics. My father, who grew up in a rural area, was good at algebra in high school, but he did not pursue it, because no one could explain to him what it was useful for.