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Adherence:
A song by Stigmaless Band

HIV positive youths in Uganda improve adherence to antiretroviral therapy

January 18, 2012 - Kampala, Uganda - Moses Supercharger Nsubuga, a musician, radio host, TV presenter, actor and activist in Uganda, living with HIV since 1994 and open about his HIV status, has dedicated his life to the fight aganist HIV. Moses has initiated a number of projects to fight HIV, for instance the popular Stigmaless Band, a music group of HIV positive youths in Uganda, with over 16 HIV prevention songs written to fight HIV/AIDS stigma.

Listen to Adherence, a song by Stigmaless Band. An original song by Moses Supercharger, Adherence is performed by both Moses and a group of adolescents living with HIV, to encourage early treatment, treatment adherence and fight HIV and AIDS stigma. Moses Supercharger and all of the adolescents heard in this song are HIV Positive and on ART (Anti Retroviral Therapy) treatment but without stigma.

Song Lyrics

ADHERENCE

Chorus

Adherence is the key to success
Take your drugs and victory will be yours
HIV is a loser am winner
I take my drugs that's why am looking good

VERSE 1

Early treatment is the key to success
Better test your blood and get to know your life (sung by14 yrs old Sofia of Joint Clinical Research Centre)
Positive living is the key to success
Protect your life and protect other peoples lives (sung by 10 yrs Shelat Namayanja of Mildmay Hospital)

Chorus

Adherence is the key to success
Take your drugs and victory will be yours
HIV a loser am winner
I take my drugs that's why am looking good

VERSE 2
PMTCT is for you my mother
To produce a good and healthy child (sung by 14 yrs Joyce of Joint Cinical Research Centre)
PMTCT is for you my sister come and test to have a healthy child (sung by 16 yrs Cathy Nakidde of Mildmay Hospital)

Chorus

Verse 3

Resistance is a bad condition
Adhere to drugs you will always be healthy (sung by 17 yrs Christine Namaganda of Joint Clinical Research Centre)
Nutrition is the key to success
Eat good food everything will be alright  (sung by 10 yrs Vannessa of the Joint Clinical Research Centre)

Chorus

VERSE 4

Early treatment is the key to success better test your blood and get to know your life (sung by14 yrs Sofia of Joint Clinical Research Centre Interlood)
It will go HIV will go (sung by Moses Supercharger)
Chorus: It will go and we shall always stay (sung by all the children from Baylor, Mildmay JCRC, MUJHU, Namugongo Fund, Childfund, MATER Hospital Kenya)
Better be strong HIV will go (sung by Moses Supercharger)
Chorus: It will go and we shall always stay
Take your drugs HIV will go (sung by Moses Supercharger)
It will go and we shall always stay
Dont lose hope HIV will go (sung by Moses Supercharger)
it will go and we shall always stay

LAST Chorus

Adherence is the key to succes
Take your drugs and victory will be yours
HIV is a loser am winner
I take my drugs that's why am looking good

Adherence is performed by Moses Supercharger (Nsubuga) and 18 children on ART (Anti Retroviral Therapy) treatment.

The song, Adherence, was composed, produced and directed by Moses Supercharger, PLWHA.

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Adherence song provided by Moses Supercharger.

An adolescent peer support group improves adherence to antiretroviral therapy and reduces self stigma among HIV infected adolescents at joint clinical research centre (JCRC), Kampala


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