Straight Talk Foundation (STF) is an indigenous communication for development not-for-profit organization with invaluable experience in the design and management of health and development communications programs. It started as a UNICEF-funded newspaper, Straight Talk, in 1993 and acquired NGO status in 1997. The primary target audience of Straight Talk Foundation is young people 10- 24 years. Teachers and parents are targeted as secondary audiences. Originally, STF focused entirely on adolescent sexuality and reproductive health (ASRH) and preventing HIV. However, STF has grown into an organiz...
Improving the sexual and reproductive health and well-being of young people through advocacy, evidence-driven communication initiatives, and the provision of youth-friendly services.
Straight Talk Foundation envisions a world in which young people have access to sexual and reproductive health services and rights and live healthy and productive lives.
Our goal is to develop innovative communication approaches that shall address the reproductive health and development needs of the young people in Uganda.
The Straight Talk Foundation has been in existence since 1993 and has consistently servedÂ numerous generations of young people in Uganda. Since its establishment, Straight Talk has dedicated its efforts to leading and supportingÂ initiatives aimed at providing young people in Uganda with the necessary services and information to help them transition safely into adulthood. The model adopted by the Straight Talk Foundation places children and young people at the core of our work. We ensure that weÂ meaningfully involve them in the development and execution of our programs countrywide
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