Factsheet 1 :Tobacco taxation
This factsheet discusses increasing tobacco tax as the most high-impact and cost-effective way to reduce tobacco consumption, covering the cost of tobacco use to society and increasing dedicated revenue for health promotion.
This factsheet discusses smokefree policies that ban smoking in certain establishments, venues or defined areas; bans are most effective when mandated by legislation with penalties for non-compliance.
Factsheet 4: Tobacco labelling and packaging
This factsheet discusses how effective health warnings—those with large, shocking pictures and strong, clear language—on tobacco packs encourage smokers to quit and discourage non-smokers from starting.
Factsheet 5: Mass media campaigns
Mass media campaigns are an essential part of a comprehensive tobacco control programme, as they reduce tobacco consumption and are cost-effective compared to other healthcare interventions. This factsheet focuses on stop smoking campaigns.
Factsheet 6: Smoking cessation
Factsheet 7: Tobacco and tuberculosis
This factsheet covers the connection between smoking and tuberculosis. Active smoking is significantly associated with TB disease and deaths, while exposure to second-hand smoke is significantly associated with TB disease, and with TB infection among children and young people.
Factsheet 8: Tobacco and poverty