Gemma Todd is a mapper and urban geographer with over three years experience working internationally in a number of sectors: urban community development and engagement; research; health systems; urban space; and social care practice. Ms. Todd is currently the lead research scientist on the EQUINET Essential Health Benefits (EHB) project, a regional project working across East and Southern Africa. As the lead researcher she is working on the Tanzania case study to understand the EHB in greater depth. Alongside working on the EQUINET EHB project, Ms. Todd is a researcher developing the institutes agenda on urban health issues and the social determinants of health in Tanzania’s cities. Ms. Todd’s background is in the field of human geography, urbanisation and international development; receiving her BA in Human Geography from the University of Southampton, UK, and her MSc in Urbanisation and Development from the London School of Economics and Political Science, UK.