Dr. David Serukka is a Senior Research Associate at the Presidential Scientific Initiative on Epidemics (PRESIDE)/ Statehouse.
From November 2018-December 2019 he was
Field Coordinator for Ebola vaccination exercise for healthcare/frontline workers and Ebola contacts in 14 districts in the Rwenzori, South Western, Bunyoro and West-Nile regions on behalf of World Health Organization.
From January 2015-January 2018 he was Director Public Health and Environment at Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA)
From November 2004-December 2014 he became the Executive Director at Protecting Families Against AIDS (PREFA)
From April 2003-October 2004, Peter was HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention Specialist at World Vision (WV) – Uganda.
From April 1999-Mar 2003 he worked as HIV/AIDS Care and Prevention Specialist at Christian Children’s Fund (CCF), now Child Fund Uganda.
From Oct 1997-Mar 1999 he worked as Program Officer for
Pathfinder International Uganda – USAID/DISH Project.
From Feb 1995-Sept 1996 he became Health Specialist at
Plan International – Uganda Program.
From Aug 1988-Aug 1993 he worked as a Medical Officer for
JOY Medical Centre – Uganda
From 2010 to date he has been the Chairman Finance and Development Committee/Treasurer for Deliverance Church – Makerere Hill
From 2017 to date he has been a Member, Board of Governors (BOG) of Kings College Budo. Attend board meetings three times a year.
From 2012 to 2018, he was Chairman, Parent Teachers Association (PTA) of Kings College Budo (KCB). Chaired PTA meetings three times a year.
From 2013 to 2015 he served as a board member for Uganda Protestant Medical Bureau (UPMB). Attended quarterly meetings
From 2008 to 2013 he was a Member of the HIV/AIDS Global Prevention working group (PWG) that was co-ordinated and facilitated by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Attended yearly meetings before the International AIDS Conferences.
From 2003 to 2018 he served as Vice-chairman and then Chairman-Executive
Committee for JOY Medical Centre, a medical project under one of the local churches in Uganda. Attended/chaired meetings to discuss the welfare of JOY Medical Centre.
From 2001 to 2017 he served as a Board member for an Indigenous Community Based Organization (CBO) under Uganda Health Care Fellowship (UHCF) running a Community Based AIDS Project (COBAP) in Nakulabye, one of the slum areas in Kampala. Attended meetings to discuss the welfare of COBAP and to look for funding.
He is married to Mrs. Priscilla Mirembe Serukka and together have 4 children; Jonathan Kiwana, Michael Muyinga, Solomon Mwesigwa, Tendo Timothy.