In Somalia, Every 2 hours, a mother dies due to the complication of pregnancy. <10% of the pregnant woman access health facilities during deliveries UNFPA report. Recent UNICEF assessment shows 22% of the towns in Somalia have functional health facilities while 78% can’t access functional health facilities, Qansaxley and other areas around Beled Hawo inclusive. The village is 7km south of Beled Hawo and has no direct transport to Beled hawo which is its closest urban place. The village elders and other community members tell you that they have been observing high record of maternal mortality, the death of many mother and children under five years age. Obviously Undernutriation is an underlying factor for many deaths. “We think most children are dying due to diarrhea, pneumonia, measles and the like.” Says village head. Over the past, hundreds of mothers and children died due to expensive or lack of transport or on their way to Beled Hawo. Building MCH remained community’s long ambition to save children, the future mothers and mother, but due their poor economic status couldn’t afford them to build a small health center that deals with it. After learning the DIALOGUE project’s goal, the community is now fundraising for establishing the long-awaited health center with at least four rooms ( A drug store, Maternity and children unit, doctors room and a toilet) with a yard. The DIALOGUE project is a resource mobilization initiative by DRC that contributes 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. The Qansaxley community adoringly approaches you to support them build this much-awaited MCH to save their future mothers and fathers, the loving children of Qansaxley and reduce the record of mothers dying due to maternity related issues.