UNICEF Namibia aim to establish through a research and action project, a medical drone transport network from local health clinics to the central laboratory of Katima District. During the rainy season in Namibia, annual floods on the Zambezi River make roads inaccessible for 6 months of the year and cut off communities from access to vital health and laboratory diagnostic services. As such, no HIV specimens can be transported for testing, and vaccines or other medical commodities cannot be delivered for an extended period. Communities are cut off from routine services and life-saving campaigns, such as the measles and rubella immunization campaign, which requires vaccine deliveries. Given the higher disease prevalence rates in this district (22 per cent) compared to the national rate (13 per cent) amongst adults aged 15-64; (Namibia Population-based HIV Impact Assessment, NAMPHIA 2017) there is an urgent need for increased access to health and diagnostic services.