Impact Report on Possible’s Community Health Worker Intervention

Program activities
Community Health Workers (CHWs) deliver community-based care facilitated by mobile technology. CHWs manage reproductive, maternal and child health, promote self-efficacy and social support, and make timely referrals for major causes of morbidity.



$6,000 saves the life of a child under 2.


Possible collected data on outcomes of the population before and after the program. To estimate the change attributable to the program, Possible made an educated guess as to how the population would have fared without the program.

Data source
The study included reproductive-aged women and children. Data was collected with Possible's CommCare system. Baseline/endline measurements signify the start/end of the intervention in a particular village cluster based on stepped-wise implementation.

Attribution method
The counterfactual is estimated using the change in infant mortality in the far-western development region of Nepal from 2011 to 2016.

This report was created by Possible with self­-reported data using ImpactMatters' impact reporting platform. This report covers July 2015 to June 2018.

Elijah Goldberg