Since the Somalia’s central government, many of district and village schools have deteriorated. Over the past few years, few international and national NGOs rebuilt refurbished and renovated hundreds of primary and secondary schools throughout the nation, providing students with modern educational tools and safe learning environments. However, Alongo community settling around 14 kms east of Beled Hawo, did not get that chance nevertheless through community efforts putted up few iron sheets to form a three room building where their children receive some sort of formal schooling. Since the school-like building has no toilet, students openly defecate around the school that sometimes cause disease breaks out. Besides this, the study area has no roofs to protect students from the windy rains and strong ultra-violet sun rays that penetrate our skin leading children to learn fewer hours in the day. As the number of the current student is exceeding 180, the school administration is no longer accepting enrolment until the school is rehabilitated and made of bricks. Towards the early of this year, the community came to know about the new DRC initiative, The DIALOGUE project. 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. If you believe in the power of education to help children get access to primary education and want to make a difference today, please donate to support them to get a sustainable school made up of four classrooms with office and two toilets made up of bricks.