For Somalis living in rural areas of the country, access to health care services is hit or miss. Years of conflict and the centuries-long nomadic lifestyle have left many cut off from health services. Yet these same people bear the brunt of the difficult drought conditions being experienced across the country. Fortunately today, even in the most isolated and remote villages some are able to access vital services with the help of the Somali Red Crescent Society (SRCS) mobile health teams.