The communities settling in Dhiigtaar and Uunsi villages are almost 20 kms in the east of the nearest town, Doolow. These communities are struggling with health issues like children malnutrition and maternal mortality. Due to lack of basic health literacy and centers, it is observed that many children dead due to unknown disease and quite a record of mothers dying of maternity related issues. Historically, these communities have had limited medical and health care services and little support in the way of maternal care. On top of this, there is no regular or direct transport from these villages to the nearest urban center, Doolow. Consequently, many children and mothers died due to lack of transport and in the meantime, it is expensive to solely rent a car as spending a night in Dollow will be more expensive and may cost $50. These communities are now campaigning to build the above mentioned health center after learning the DRC’s DIALOGUE project that empowered them to contribute 50% of the total budget for constructing three room health center ( one medical ward, doctor’s room and one store room) with a toilet and water source. The DIALOGUE project is a resource mobilization initiative by DRC to contribute 50% of the total cost of community and public project to create trust between Somali people and their government in the management of their own development Any amount that you donate will be used to relieve people of their pains and construct a health center where mother and children receive counseling during pregnancy and treatment respectively and provision of basic health care to community members.