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Voices from the Field: A Moya Opening Day Poem

OPENING DAY at Moya was a great success,

Without the business women, it would have been a mess.

We arrived in the village when the air was still chilly.

Children running around, willy nilly.

The women of the village were assembled with their buckets,

Handing out lollipops caused quite a ruckus.

All of the children were so happy with water bottles in hand,

it was like a party at the polytank stand.

The village said bye-bye to the dugout water filled with poo,

as we drove away in our taxi, Moya shouted wahoo, wahoo!

Moya kiddos!
Moya kiddos!
The first customers!
The first customers!
Orlando shows the polytank love.
Orlando shows the polytank love.
Fatima, Fatimatah and Hamshaw with their new business
Fatima, Fatimatah and Hamshaw with their new business
The line for water on opening day - look at those blue safe storage containers!
The line for water on opening day – look at those blue safe storage containers!
Team Moya - TJ, Orlando, Kiana, Jenni, Fatima, Fatimata, Hamshaw and Julia
Team Moya – TJ, Orlando, Kiana, Jenni, Fatima, Fatimata, Hamshaw and Julia. Saha’s 75th water business wouldn’t be possible without their hard work! 

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