A passionate innovator with more than 9 years’ experience in system design, system analysis, project management and ICT4D design and development. Daudi is a Health Technology expert. He has lead a number of digital health projects in Tanzania including the National Telemedicine Project, National Healthcare Portal with the Ministry of Health, Gender, Community Development Elderly and Children. He is currently a member of the Ministry of Health Gender Elderly and Children Telemedicine Taskforce team, and has specific skills in user-friendliness and training aspects for the scale-up of health technology systems. Daudi is an experienced project manager particularly with emphasis in ICT innovation projects ranging from healthcare and climate.
Dr John Andrew Msumba is a lecturer in the department of Electronics and Telecommunications Engineering at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) in Tanzania. He is currently the head of Industrial Liaison and Career Guidance department at DIT. He received his BSc (Hons): Electronics and MSc: Electronics in 2002 and 2004 respectively at the University of Pretoria. He received his PhD in Electronic Engineering at the University of Kwazulu Natal in 2015. Before joining academics he was working in industry for five years as Electrical and Instrumentation Engineer. His research interests are cognitive radio networks, industrial automation and control and signal processing.
Dr Salha Mohammed Kassim is a Senior Lecturer at Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology in the Civil Engineering Department (1999). She is a Curriculum Coordinator of the Institute. She is a Civil Engineer by Professional specialized in Environmental Health and Sanitary Engineering focused in Pollution Prevention and Control. Her main area of research is on Solid Waste Management and Sanitation. Salha received her Advanced Diploma in Civil Engineering at Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology in Tanzania in 1999. She was Awarded Masters Degree in Environmental Health and Sanitary Engineering in IHE - DELFT the Netherlands (2000). Salha did her PhD in Loughborough University, UK. Her Thesis in PhD was on “Sustainability of Private Sector in Solid waste Collection – A case of Dar es Salaam Tanzania” (2006). She has published and presented several papers at various Conferences and Journals related to her field of her study. Her current research is on Solid Waste Management in Ilemela Mwanza - Tanzania.