Moses Supercharger is a Ugandan musician radio DJ and community advocate who has survived with HIV since 1994. He empowers his community and talks about the advantages of early testing, access and adherence to ART. His passion is around research for better HIV medications and the cure of HIV.
Moses served as the community representative to the ACTG ARTS TSG, IAS Cure advisory board, JCRC CAB International Networks for Strategic Initiatives in Global HIV Trials (INSIGHT), and African Society for Laboratory Medicines (ASLM). He currently heads the Joint Adherent Brothers and Sisters Against AIDS (JABASA), a community-based organization in Uganda. Moses is currently constructing an adherence orientation and rejuvenation centre, which will also house the first African HIV museum.
He reports that his ACTG work presents a great opportunity to learn, including through meetings and Zoom calls. He is also able to help support his CAB’s outreach activities which helps to bring the ACTG closer to the study participants via grass roots campaigns.
He loves music, presenting to a lively audience, traveling, and food.