Makerere University Business School has joined Pill Power Uganda in their struggle to end new HIV infection especially among the youth. Pill power Uganda is a registered CBO in katooke wakiso district an initiative of a MUBS staff Barbra Kamugisa who is promoting, advocating for and emphasizing HIV treatment in an effort to contribute to zero new HIV infections by ensuring that people living with HIV can have undetectable viral load.
Barbra collects empty ARVs tins which she recycles into a number of items like flower vessels, chairs,
beds among others. MUBS has bought several of these beautiful flowers which are placed in different offices as souvenirs, to support Pill Power Uganda to motivate young people living with HIV
to swallow their ARVs also save the environment. MUBS and Pill Power Uganda are working towards ending new HIV infections by 2030 encouraging people living with HIV to take their ARVS and
secondly, helping young people and adolescents reach undetectable viral loads through good adherence to their ARVs.