• STRAIGHT TALK PUBLICATIONS
    Each issue is circulated to about 4000 secondary schools and higher institutions of learning. Straight Talk has a print run of 150,000 copies per issue
  • OUT REACH
    We use our unique and long-standing experience in community outreach, sexual and reproductive health, local capacity development, and gender activities to contribute to HIV programming for diverse target audiences.
  • IGA TRAININGS
    STF encourages young people to start with what they know/have to make money. Poverty is a driver of HIV. STF works towards making the welfare of young people better by encouraging them to engage in income generating activities.

Am one of the few girls in my High school who survived teenage pregnancy thanks to Straight Talk!

Alice Akello - Student

Reading weekly issues of the straight talk publication helped me be sexually responsible and concentrate on my studies!

Rebecca Achan - Student

OUR VALUES

Teamwork

We value the synergy brought by team work.

Young people centered

We place young people at the centre of our interventions.

Centered Excellence

We value high quality standards in the work that we do.

Gender sensitivity

We value diversity as a spice of life.

Sustainable Development

We place the youth and their communities at the center of sustainable development in Uganda and to participate in activities aimed at conserving the environment for future generations.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

  1. What does STF do?

    Originally; STF focused entirely on adolescent sexuality and reproductive health (ASRH) and preventing HIV. However, STF has grown into an organization that works powerfully and purposefully with adults as well as young people and has a focus much broader than HIV. This broader focus includes “livelihoods” and the environment.

  2. What is STF’s role in sustainable development?

    We place the youth and their communities at the center of sustainable development in Uganda and to participate in activities aimed at conserving the environment for future generations.

  3. Does STF only work with adolescents?

    Though it begun with a focus on adolescents, its work with adults has also grown tremendously through the family life approaches targeting parents, teachers and communities at large. Straight Talk Foundation has technical expertise in education, early childhood development, HIV, Sexual and Reproductive Health gender, life skills and rights, alcohol abuse other risk and protective factors.

  4. Is STF all about sexual health?

    To date STF work has grown to include education, livelihoods, environmental protection, disability and special needs.

  5. What is STF’s target audience?

    The primary target audience of Straight Talk Foundation is young people 10- 24 years; while teachers and parents are targeted as a secondary audience.

PUBLICATIONS

Young-Talk-October-2013

Farm Talk june-Farming in Northern Uganda

Eucalyptus-great tree for Uganda

 

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