STF 2010 Annual Report
Message from the President
Message from the ED
4Positive dignity 7ST & YT in Braille 8Letters/distribution 10ST and YT at a glance 12-13
TREE TALK & FARM TALK
18A Straight Talk radio trip 22ST radio brings changes 23Parent Talk testifies 24Parent Talk saving marriages 25Radio letters/Maps 26-27Radio topics & partnerships 28
29Outreach and training 30 Teachers’ fairs, sensitization 33Working with CBOs 34Youth centres 35Special needs & Batwa 40National interns/volunteers 41International colleagues 41
RESEARCH & EVALUATION
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In the top photo, STF’s Jacki Alesi, 25, laughs with students ofArua SS. “They had asked me about using two condoms,” shesays. “We were enjoying the discussion.”
In the middle photo, STF’s Runyoro-Rutooro radio journalist,Juliet Kabahuguzi, 20, demonstrates condom use to a group ofstudents in Tororo.
In the bottom photo, Parent Talk Ateso journalist Ruth Achope,30, talks earnestly to parents in Kabermaido. The conversationscan never finish.
a young girl with Down’s Syndromeexpresses her thoughts at an STF workshop at KirekaHome for the Mentally Handicapped.
Says Quinta Apiyo, who runs STF’s workin special needs, “She was complaining that boda boda men deceive girls thatthey are wanted at home and then takethem and rape them.”
STF is all about activism, personal warmth, conviction, solidarity and talk.