Possible

possiblehealth.org

SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR

Mark Arnoldy and Duncan Maru.

FOUNDED

2006

MISSION
SOCIAL ENTREPRENEUR
Jim Taylor and Debbie Aung Din
FOUNDED
2004
MISSION
To move rural Burmese families out of poverty.
BUSINESS MODEL
Design, build and market affordable products and services that boost household productivity and therefore incomes for vulnerable, rural families in Myanmar.  PD supports a supply-chain ecosystem with private sector partners supplying products at a profit while philanthropic grants are used to develop new products, deepen penetration in existing markets and enter new markets.
WHERE THEY WORK
Myanmar.
ANNUAL BUDGET
US$4.6 million FY13 (Jun-13).
DELIVERED TO DATE
Sold 147,265 irrigation products and 34,384 solar lights, distributed 171,879 crop and product loans, provided advisory services to 35,728 farmers and funded 1,456 community managed rural infrastructure projects.
IMPACT
US$225 in additional annual household income.
BIG PLANS
To reach 500,000 more rural households over the next three years.
OUR INVESTMENT SO FAR
US$400,000 unrestricted grants.

To deliver high-quality, low-cost health care to Nepal’s rural poor.

BUSINESS MODEL

A hub and spoke model that utilizes the government’s existing infrastructure to deliver healthcare through a hospital, network of clinics, via community health workers and through a referral care system.

WHERE THEY WORK

Achham and Dolakha districts of Nepal.

ANNUAL BUDGET

US$6 million FY16 (Jun-16).

DELIVERED TO DATE

Treated 296,485 patients through 1 hospital, 13 clinics and 164 CHWs.

IMPACT

Reduce mortality and morbidity.

BIG PLANS

1 million patients treated annually at under $25 per capita by 2019.

OUR INVESTMENT SO FAR

US$300,000 unrestricted grants.

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Community Health Workers train the community on hand washing.
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Mark Arnoldy, CEO with some of Bayalpata Hospital's Administrative staff.
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In July 2013, Possible delivered their first c-section at Bayalpata Hospital.