Kalabaydhe was formed in 1962 and located 42 km from Laascanood town. With a population of 1,500HHS, its economy depends on livestock rearing and production and other businesses like shops and restaurant. Kalabaydh community is currently requesting the construction of a secondary school, a Hospital, IDP support centre and sanitation facility. While all these facilities are a necessity, the community eagerly want to establish a health centre first. This is because, after 1992 draught, the health post serves 250 patients daily with fewer service. This is a major burden to the community, and to the health, post which cannot accommodate this considerable demand. With no humanitarian intervention and diaspora support, the community has withstood these burdens for a long time. Thanks to the Wadahal-Dialogue project, the community now wants to establish another health post which provides better services to the community. The Wadahal-Dialogue Project is helping communities to set up a resource mobilisation initiative by forming committees that oversee the fundraising activities and opened a bank account that is connected to Sokaab Platform that captures donation. The Project will use the Sokaab platform to track the transactions of the bank accounts and contributions from community members and the diaspora. Through Sokaab, members of the public will be able to access these financial transactions by visiting www.sokaab.com. Community contributions amounting to 70,000 are expected to contribute by the residents of Kalabaydh and its diaspora. The fundraising committee is requesting the community from Kalabaydh and throughout Sool district and other Somali donors to contribute to project where the community will choose the priority project that they want to invest.