Commitment to Action

Possible: Rebuilding Nepal's Health System

Commitment by

Possible Health

In 2015, Possible committed to expanding its unique public-private model in Nepal and rebuilding the healthcare system in Dolakha District, one of the hardest hit districts by the series of earthquakes in 2015 and where over 40% of the population now lacks access to healthcare. Possible will partner with the Nepali government to not only ensure that damaged hospitals and clinics are rebuilt with earthquake-resistant design, but also to roll out an Electronic Medical Record system, human resource and project management platforms, household data surveillance tools, medical education, and quality improvement initiatives. This commitment will immediately restore access to healthcare for 74,464 people and, in the long-term, deliver and track coordinated care across the health system and build capacity for health care providers delivering a range of services; from maternal health to chronic diseases and life-saving surgical care.

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Commitment

Possible: Rebuilding Nepal's Health System

Launched

2015

Est. Duration

2 years

Estimated Total Value

$3,000,000

Region

Asia

Countries

NEPAL

Commitment by

Possible Health

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Nepal Special Envoy for Reconstruction, Sharon Davis Design, Sun Farmer, Tata Trusts, Direct Relief International, Cathay Pacific Airways Limited, Alwaleed Bin Talal Foundation, Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal