In February five Woza Moya vsitors ventured deep into the Ofafa Valley to spend 2 nights sleeping in the homes of five Woza Moya staff. This was a pilot study for a proposed volunteer program for volunteers to stay in the community. The fears that the staff members had regarding inadequacy, crime and discrimination were unfounded. The visitors felt very welcome and comfortable, although they saw first-hand some of the challenges facing this community. Not having electricity, water and sanitation was hard. After a full days work at Woza Moya, these women had to collect water, firewood, cook, clean, tend to the children, and do other household chores, for another few hours.