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Does world control the tobacco or tobacco controls the world?

(MENAFN - Al-Anbaa) The world has made a steady progress in implementing the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control MPOWER measures on stopping the global tobacco epidemic in the past decade. More than half of the world's countries implemented ... MENAFN, 1 month ago

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Medical News Today

New Global Anti-tobacco Leadership

The FCA was formed during negotiations of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) to be the voice of the global public health community, and it has been lauded for its role in achieving a strong international treaty to combat the ...
 Pettinga Financial Advisors3 weeks ago Despite progress in tobacco control, adequate treatment only reaches 1 in 7 smokers globally  BioSpace3 weeks ago
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FCTC

FCTC reporting under review in 2016

While Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) are expected to submit their progress reports by 15 April, discussions later this year could change the shape of future reporting. Current reports, due every two years, are ...
 FCTC14 hours ago

Smoking in public transports

The government has signed the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in 2003 and accordingly formulated Smoking and Tobacco Products Usages (Control) Act in 2005. To meet the growing needs of the citizens and the urge to control the use of ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 month ago Thailand expands no-smoking areas  MICEBTN1 month ago Tourists visiting Thailand are to refrain from smoking in prohibited public areas  Travel and Tour World1 month ago
Sputnik

Tobacco Giant Accused of Sweetening Anti-Smoking Officials, Including WHO

British American Tobacco (BAT) is alleged tohave paid two members ofthe World Health Organization's Framework Convention onTobacco Control (FCTC)— a United Nations campaign supported by180 countries which works toreduce tobacco-related deaths. ...
 Sputnik2 months ago East Africa corruption just the start for BAT, say FCA members  FCTC1 month ago BAT tobacco giant pays bribes in east Africa  New Age Bangladesh2 months ago East Africa: British American Tobacco allegedly bribed govt. officials to defeat anti-smoking laws; includes company's comments  Business & Human Rights2 months ago
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Health group welcomes Dhaka manifesto on tobacco-free S Asia

Guwahati: Voluntary Health Association of Assam (VHAA), a non-profit organization working in the field of public health, on Monday welcomed the Dhaka Declaration on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) action plan that has endorsed initiatives to make ...
 Times of India4 days ago Dhaka declaration on tobacco control hailed  Assam Tribune4 days ago
Financial Express

Experts laud India's commitment to tobacco control

The Dhaka Declaration emerged after two days of deliberations by Parliament Speakers of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, and Sri Lanka on January 30 and 31. (Express photo) Health and development experts in Kerala have applauded ...
 Financial Express1 week ago India's commitment to tobacco control lauded  The Hindu4 days ago
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Tobacco control still needs more effort: Report

BEIJING -- China has gone a long way in its battle to reduce smoking in the past ten years but there is still much to do, a report said Tuesday. After China ratified the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in 2006, smoking in public ...
 China Daily Asia2 weeks ago China's tobacco control fruitful, still needs more effort: Report  Xinhua News Agency2 weeks ago Smoking still a problem despite curbs  Shanghai Daily2 weeks ago
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Christian Science Monitor

As sales slide in wealthy nations, tobacco ads target poor countries

There are 81 percent more tobacco ads in poor countries than in wealthy ones, and the poorer the country, the more often cigarettes are found for sale in shops, says a new WHO study. A man uses his smartphone as he sits in front of racks of ...
 Christian Science Monitor2 months ago 81x more tobacco marketing in poor countries  FCTC2 months ago Tobacco marketing hits poor countries hardest  British Medical Journal2 months ago Poor countries are hardest hit by tobacco marketing  University of Bath2 months ago
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MedIndia

Experts welcome India's tobacco control pledge made in Dhaka

Thiruvananthapuram, Feb 5 Public health experts have welcomed India's commitment to tobacco control made in the first South Asian Speakers' Summit on Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that concluded in Bangladesh last week. ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago Public Health Experts Welcome India's Tobacco Control Pledge  MedIndia5 days ago
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