“Many people in developing countries, still today, do not have equitable access to essential medicines across all diseases, not just HIV”
“My aunties bought my coffin and other burial requirements. Then I went home in the back of the pickup, next to my coffin.”
Moses Nsubuga is a musician, radio and TV presenter and HIV advocate who has lived with HIV since 1994. Driven by his courage in the early days of his diagnosis, he propelled himself to the global stage as a formidable advocate for HIV prevention, treatment and cure research. Moses actively supports the IAS Towards an HIV Cure initiative, chairs the Joint Clinical Research Centre’s Community Advisory Board, and represents the African community on the ACTG, INSIGHT and AIGHD boards. He is now training new prevention and cure research advocates and fundraising for an HIV treatment and adherence centre in Uganda.