The Problem Broken healthcare. Traditional models of healthcare often ignore the world’s neediest people, who do not have the financial resources to afford private health care services, or can be driven into poverty by using their few dollars to pay for care. In Nepal, nearly 12 million are without care, impacting livelihoods and the country’s GDP. Possible began operations in rural Nepal because public healthcare infrastructure, compounded by the 2015 earthquake, was ill-equipped to address the need, including preventable deaths. Possible works in Achham, one of Nepal’s least developed districts and an epicenter of both the HIV epidemic and the Maoist civil conflict; and in Dolakha, a remote district whose infrastructure was ravaged by the 2015 earthquake.