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Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation in Tanzania (CCBRT)

Chief Executive Officer

Brenda Msangi

Brenda Msangi was appointed as the CEO of CCBRT towards the end of 2018. Brenda leads the transformational journey of CCBRT to become a healthcare Social Enterprise serving the community and the most vulnerable with accessible, specialised services and development programmes. Brenda is a pioneer in deploying Lean Management in Healthcare in Tanzania.
Brenda leads the organisation’s engagement with the Government of Tanzania – a public-private partnership.

Brenda has been working with CCBRT since 2009 holding different Senior Management roles including being the Chief Operating Officer; developing key processes and improving systems across diverse sections of the organisation. As the CCBRT Director of Community programmes, she oversaw a key transition in the organisation’s approach to health systems strengthening across the country; instead of providing direct service delivery, to build the capacity of other providers to deliver high-quality, accessible care in Tanzania.

Prior to CCBRT, Brenda worked in the healthcare industry in the UK for over eight years.

A holder of Masters of Pharmacy (UK), Brenda is currently completing her MBA in Healthcare Management at the University of Plymouth. Brenda is committed to mentoring up-and-coming leaders and is dedicated to change and impact the lives of Tanzanians especially women and the most vulnerable.




Established in 1994, Comprehensive Community Based Rehabilitation Tanzania (CCBRT) is a locally registered non-governmental organization (NGO) providing specialised healthcare services operating in Dar es Salaam and Moshi, Tanzania. From its inception as a provider of community-based rehabilitation, CCBRT has become the largest provider of disability and rehabilitative services in the country.