Digital technology has the potential to transform health systems for all. But this transformation can only occur when the whole health system is strengthened holistically – improving the way care is delivered, strengthening supervision and increasing data for decision-making at every level of the health system.
At D-tree, we are in it for the long-run. We collaborate with governments and partners to envision what’s possible, test and scale innovations within health systems, and share our learnings widely to amplify our impact.
Supported Health Workers
For over 10 years we have worked in partnership with the Ministry of Health in Zanzibar to bring its first digital community health program, Jamii ni Afya, to national scale. Our current efforts are focused on accompanying the Ministry in institutionalizing the system while also exploring innovations in data science and Early Childhood Development.
In Tanzania, we are leveraging our long-standing presence to demonstrate the possibilities of digital health system innovations, such as our project Afya-Tek, and are also supporting partners in the design and development of a unified digital community health system at the national level.
In Zambia, we are supporting a leading Zambian partner to develop a scalable tool for HIV prevention addressing the needs of key and vulnerable populations. We are also engaging government stakeholders and partners to learn more about the community health space and the potential for digital systems.
In Malawi, we are developing a digital tool to improve access and uptake of clinical HIV services, with the ultimate goal to achieve national HIV epidemic control.