Rakhine State, Myanmar still experiences ongoing conflicts between the Rakhine and Muslim communities. Since October 2016, this unrest has led to not only the displacement of tens of thousands but also a lack of access to basic necessities and health care for those affected. ICRC continues to work with the Ministry of Health and Sports in strengthening health-care services for local communities, especially those in rural Rakhine. Maternal health and infant mortality are two key issues crucial to enhancing overall community health in Rakhine State. Through the setup of clinics in rural communities and the provision of health-care services to all alike, Sin Tet Maw serves as an example of possible peaceful coexistence.