I am working in Zémio, in the far southeast of the Central African Republic (CAR), since April 2016. MSF opened its Zémio project in 2010 in response to a large influx of Congolese refugees and internally displaced people who were forced out of their homes due to repeated violent attacks by the Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA). Most of these refugees are now integrated into the Zémio community, which has in turn put pressure on the local health system. As a result, MSF has partnered with the local Ministry of Health to support a health center in Zémio, with inpatient, outpatient, maternity, laboratory, and HIV/TB services, as well as running an outreach program that supports two satellite health posts and malaria points in the surrounding communities.