The session will be hosted by HDIF. It will engage 4 selected grantees who have previously or are currently implementing ICT solutions in the provision of health services within Tanzania with the support of
Rachel Hofmann is the Regional Program Director for D-tree International and oversees D-tree’s community-based digital health program in Zanzibar to promote maternal, newborn, and child health. In this role, Rachel designs and implements digital health strategies to maximize program outcomes and effectively scale and sustain the program as an integrated part of the Zanzibar health system. She is also overseeing D-tree's work in Kibaha, Tanzania in which D-tree is collaborating with the Tanzanian government and partners to create digitized health system to facilitate people-centered care and referrals across health facilities, community health workers, and accredited drug dispensing outlets. Prior to working with D-tree, Rachel provided technical and program management support to Management Sciences for Health’s accredited drug seller portfolio to improve access to quality medicines and pharmaceutical services through private sector pharmacies and drug shops. She received an MSPH in international health systems from Johns Hopkins University and a BA in community health and political science from Tufts University.