Joomla is an open-source content management system: Anyone can download it and install it on their server to build robust, complex websites. (Think WordPress with more data manipulation options.)
In 2005, two Dutch entrepreneurs took Joomla with them to a small town in the Tibetan Plateau. There they founded a non-profit, Global Nomad, teaching local people how to build websites with it. By 2008, they had enough business to go from non-profit status to for-profit (foreigner owned), and started servicing local clients.
In this way, Global Nomad was able to stem the brain drain/urban flight… at least a little.