Possible runs a full-service hospital in rural Nepal, where care is difficult to access and expensive. Their model includes a capacity-building component that calls for building six local clinics (three completed) and using community health care workers to fill in the gaps. Long-term plans are to expand this model with six main hospitals. Possible works on these main tenets:
- A clear cultural mission that is listed on every page and imbedded in all literature.
- Transparency—they have developed six indicators of their progress and they evaluate and publish reports on these indicators quarterly.
- Method and Assistance—they have advisory boards full of health professionals in both the US and Nepal, giving Possible Health access to additional resources. Further, most of their employees are Nepalese nurses running the programs.