Accessing healthcare services from remote refugee camps or rural communities presents tremendous challenges for citizens – many of whom are physically unable to make the journey. As such they are in-frequently seen by healthcare professionals when remote visits are possible, meaning they don’t have regular access to necessary health information and advice. To address this challenge we wanted to provide an infrastructure that would enable individuals from the camps and rural communities to ask health question to professionals and gain access to useful advice. To that end, we have created Citizen Radio, a platform that allows communities to run their own radio station over telephony networks from an Android smartphone. Using IVR solutions and existing telephony networks; local citizens can connect with remote healthcare professionals via radio chat shows; discussing the important issues relating to that community.