Can Tobacco Control Regulations Help Reduce Smoking Prevalence?

Smoking Prevalence
Cessation
FCTC
Indonesia
India

The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control aims to develop regulatory strategies to reduce smoking prevalence globally. India and Indonesia have different regulatory approaches - India has been party to the FCTC since 2005, but Indonesia isn’t party. Cambridge Design Partnership (CDP) conducted research in these markets to understand the impact of regulation on smokers’ attitudes and behavior. Read CDP’s whitepaper to learn more about this research project: https://www.cambridge-design.com/whitepaper/tobacco-harm-reduction. This report was funded with a grant from the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, Inc. (“FSFW”), a US non-profit 501(c)(3) private foundation. The contents, selection, and presentation of facts, as well as any opinions expressed herein are the sole responsibility of the authors and under no circumstances shall be regarded as reflecting the positions of the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, Inc.

Ben Kelsey

Cambridge Design Partnership

2019

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2 Minutes
33 Seconds

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