Case: Alma Sana

Summer 2014

Alma Sana Inc. is a nonprofit social enterprise with the mission of increasing rates of complete and timely immunization for children around the world through the use of a simple vaccine reminder bracelet. By looking at the child's bracelet, which uses only numbers and symbols to convey vaccine information, a mother knows the number and type of vaccines her child has received as well as the dates of upcoming vaccination appointments.

The challenge:
What kind of business model will enable Alma Sana to scale up its work in a way that is sustainable, replicable, and creates long-term value for its stakeholders and beneficiaries?