According to MEDAIR INTERNATIONAL, 3.3 million people need access to emergency health care and there is a critical shortage of capacity for a health workforce. Among worst areas include south central Somalia and in this case Kheydar-Suubow, a a village 20km to the west of Luuq town of Gedo district. The low income agro-pastoral community hosting more than 250 households and administration of six villages, completely lack a single health center to offer basic health care. Luuq town remains the nearest place they can seek health service but since there is no direct transport and the roads are heart-wrenching, they have to rent a local cart and carry their patience through the journey of days passing through the deadly forests and under the blazing say rays. “Many times community members especially children and elders die to a frequent outbreak of diarrhea. What makes the case worst is we don’t have access to any medicines to deal with it.” Says village head. When you tour around the community, you discover that their first priority remains health. After discovering the goals of DIALOGUE Project, the community is recalling their the old efforts and this time tirelessly campaigning to build a health post that offers basic health care to the residents of the village. . 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 Laan-abeer community passionately approaches you to join them and contribute to the building of at least a three room health centre with toilet and reservoir to store water. In doing so, you are helping us to put an end to the ling journey of finding health services.