STF also conducts teacher sensitisations, peer education training, village and parent meetings, school visits with question and answer sessions, and visits to out of school clubs. In addition, we run four youth centres in northern Uganda and conduct a range of outreach work for other groups such as HIV-positive youth (Young Positives), vulnerable communities such as the Batwa and for youth with special needs.
The golden rule of all face-to-face interventions is that participants get a chance to interact and be active voices in the conversation. We work with and for people, side by side staying true to the STF philosophy of being a conversation not a campaign. In 2010 STF reached an estimated number of over 126,000 young people, parents and teachers directly through our face-to-face networks.