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 a secondary audience.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. This b...Learn More about us
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In July 2016, STF received a grant from United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) to implement “Better Life for Girls...
In 2016, Straight Talk Foundation in partnership with UNGR (Denmark) supported by the Danish Youth Fund (DUF) concluded ...
The SRHR Alliance project GUSO is implemented with support from Rutgers. The project goal is to “Empower all ...
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