D7 - Identify the Party or Parties

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Afghanistan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Albania Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Algeria Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Andorra Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Angola WHO Regional Office for Africa, the Secretariat of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the African Center for Tobacco Control. WHO Regional Office for Africa, the Secretariat of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the African Center for Tobacco Control. WHO Regional Office for Africa, the Secretariat of WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control and the African Center for Tobacco Control. WHO African Region
Antigua and Barbuda Antigua & Barbuda has received related assistance from PAHO/WHO,CDC, other regional countries as well as affiliates in tobacco control. In addition to our local presentations and media broadcasts, Antigua has from time to time provided tobacco control related assistance to other regional member states. Report not provided Antigua & Barbuda has received related assistance from PAHO/WHO,CDC, other regional countries as well as affiliates in tobacco control. In addition to our local presentations and media broadcasts, Antigua has from time to time provided tobacco control related assistance to other regional member states. WHO Region of the Americas
Armenia Mainly we got the assistance from WHO, FCTC, Campaign for Smoke free kids Eurasian, Bloomberg, and other interested parties. Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Australia Various Parties to the WHO FCTC have received assistance from Australia in the intersessional period. Various Parties to the WHO FCTC have received assistance from Australia in the intersessional period. The Australian Government Department of Health and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provided funding for the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer Intensive Legal Training Program for the continuation and expansion under the Aid for Trade program. The Program has gained positive attention among the international community, including the World Health Organization. The McCabe Centre has attracted additional partners and donors to support and scale up the Program. The WHO (HQ and regional Offices) and the WHO FCTC Secretariat is now involved in providing additional resources and expertise and assisting additional countries to participate in the program. The Department of Health also regularly responds to requests for licensing of our graphic health warnings WHO Western Pacific Region
Austria Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Azerbaijan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Bahamas Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bahrain (Kingdom of) Continuous communication and support between Bahrain and other GCC countries as we share many logistics, especially smoking cessation, customs regulations, free trading and other Continuous communication and support between Bahrain and other GCC countries as we share many logistics, especially customs regulations, free trading and other Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Bangladesh Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Barbados Limited support from the Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennium Work Programme. Limited support from the Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennium Work Programme. Limited support from the Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennium Work Programme. WHO Region of the Americas
Belarus ВОЗ, через страновой офис ВОЗ в Беларуси, Международный Союз борьбы против туберкулеза и легочных заболеваний, Всемирный Легочный Фонд ВОЗ, через страновой офис ВОЗ в Беларуси, Международный Союз борьбы против туберкулеза и легочных заболеваний, Всемирный Легочный Фонд, фонд Блумберга ВОЗ, через страновой офис ВОЗ в Беларуси, Международный Союз против туберкулеза и легочных заболеваний, Всемирный Легочный Фонд, фонд Блумберга WHO European Region
Belgium Des échanges de données, connaissances, experiences se font de manière structurel entre pays de lUnion européenne. Des échanges de données, connaissances, experiences se font de manière structurel entre pays de lUnion européenne. Des échanges de données, connaissances, experiences se font de manière structurel entre pays de lUnion européenne. WHO European Region
Belize Pan-american Health Organization (PAHO) Report not provided Panamerican Helath Organization (PAHO) WHO Region of the Americas
Benin de lOMS AFRO, UNICEF, UNFPA, ACBF pour la participation aux ateliers de formation du secrétariat de la CCLAT, après la mission dévaluation des besoins en 2015 de lOMS AFRO, UNICEF, UNFPA, ACBF Answer not provided WHO African Region
Bhutan The Ministry of health receives assistance both in terms of technical and financial resources from WHO. The Bhutan Narcotics Control Authority receives some financial resources from WHO through Ministry of Health. The Ministry of health receives assistance both in terms of technical and financial resources from WHO. The Bhutan Narcotics Control Authority receives some financial resources from WHO through Ministry of Health. The Ministry of Health receives assistance both in terms of technical and financial resources from WHO. WHO South-East Asia Region
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) El Ministerio de Salud recibe asistencia técnica de la Oficina en Bolivia de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Así mismo se cuenta con un financiamiento de la Unión europea para el Programa nacional de Prevención de Adicciones El Ministerio de Salud recibe asistencia técnica de la Oficina en Bolivia de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud. Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bosnia and Herzegovina Regarding question D1, persons who are actively involved in FCTC implementation usually participate at WHO meetings and workshops, where WHO provides financial and other support for this participation. Concerning question D6, some researches that are implemented to cover different aspects of human health (tobacco cessation as well) are implemented by different international donation or grants. As regards answer to Question D1 - Persons who are actively involved in FCTC implementation usually participate in WHO meetings and workshops, where WHO provides financial and other support for this participation. As regards answer to Question D6 - Some researches that are implemented to cover different aspects of human health (tobacco cessation as well) are implemented by different international donation or grants. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Botswana WHO country office is always at our disposal for technical and sometimes financial assistance. WHO country office is always at our disposal for technical and sometimes financial assistance. Report not provided WHO African Region
Brazil Cabo verde, Colombia and Paraguay Provided: Cape Verde, Angola and Guinea Costa Rica, Togo e Filipinas Brazil is one of the key facilitators of the International GT Articles 17 and 18 of the FCTC. During the WHO FCTC / UNDP meeting on the Triangular South-South Cooperation, held in October 2015 in Montevideo, Uruguay, it was demanded to Brazil to host a visit study to understand the actions of the National Diversification program for the implementation of FCTC Art. 17. This visit was held in March 2016 and had the participation of Jamaica, Philippines and Uruguay delegations. WHO Region of the Americas
Brunei Darussalam Assistance received - WHO Tobacco Collaborating Centre for Tobacco Cessation and Respiratory Diseases Prevention, China, WHO WPRO, SEATCA & Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office (TACO) of the Department of Health, Hong Kong. Kiribati, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, WHO (WPRO), Korea, Australia. Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Bulgaria WHO, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), University of California, Los Angeles – School of Public Health, Institute Regina Elena, Italy, Fund Science, Medical Academy, Sofia, National Program Environment and Healh WHO, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), University of California, Los Angeles – School of Public Health, Institute Regina Elena, Italy, Fund Science, Medical Academy, Sofia, National Program Environment and Healh Answer not provided WHO European Region
Burkina Faso - Aide de lOMS à travers la fondation Gates,. - Aide de Expertise France Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Burundi Answer not provided Report not provided Les partenaires techniques et financiers ;OMS,UNION, Secrétariat de la Convention, EAC,ONUDC, WHO African Region
Cabo Verde Le projet FCTC2030 a financie la une capacitation ao FIO CRUZ en Bresil dans le dommaine de Cessation tabagique Aucune aide ont été reçu des parties Aucune aide ont été reçu des parties WHO African Region
Cambodia Receiving technical and budget support from WHO FCTC 2030 project, WHO for the development and implementation of the Law on Tobacco Control, Sub Decrees and Prakas including promoting of SFE, TAPS ban, Pictorial Health Warning, awareness raising and prompting cessation activities. Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Cameroon OMS et CDC pour la réalisation des Enquêtes sur le tabagisme chez les adultes (GATS) et chez les jeunes (GYTS) USAID, UNFPA, World Bank et UNICEF pour la réalisation de EDS-MICS; OMS et CDC pour la réalisation des Enquêtes sur le tabagisme chez les adultes (GATS) et chez les jeunes (GYTS) USAID, UNFPA, World Bank et UNICEF pour la réalisation de l EDS-MICS; OMS et CDC pour la réalisation des Enquêtes sur le tabagisme chez les adultes (GATS) et chez les jeunes (GYTS) USAID, UNFPA, World Bank et UNICEF pour la réalisation de l EDS-MICS; WHO African Region
Canada The specifics of which institutions received funding for the projects mentioned in the previous question and which countries were the focus of the research can be found by visiting the IDRC website. • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/measuring-tobacco-attributable-costs-and-illicit-trade-effects-optimal-tobacco-tax-scenarios • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/economics-waterpipe-tobacco-smoking-eastern-mediterranean • Strengthening the evidence for advancing tobacco control policy in Mexico, Colombia, and India • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/making-tobacco-taxation-work-vietnam • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/economics-tobacco-control-nigeria-fostering-effective-tobacco-control-policy-implementation • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/tobacco-tax-reforms-health-and-economic-development-sub-saharan-africa • https://www.idrc.ca/en/project/improving-implementation-tobacco-taxation-southeast-asia During the 2016-17 reporting period, Canada provided: Extra budgetary contributions to the FCTC Convention Secretariat for technical assistance within the Americas Region Parties: Brazil Uruguay During the 2014-15 reporting period, Canada provided: Extra budgetary contributions to the FCTC CS Technical assistance within the Americas Region Funding to the WHO, Tobacco Free Initiative (NCD) Parties: Chile Uruguay Colombia Peru Mexico Costa Rica El Salvador Panama Jamaica Suriname WHO Region of the Americas
Central African Republic Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chad -Appuis téchniques et financiers reçus de de la part l OMS, du Secrétariat de la Convention, FCTC 2030 en cours, Union contre la Tuberculose et Maladies Respiratoires, Organisation de la Société Civile (ADC Tchad) et de Vital Strategiies; -Aides financiers et matérielles reçues de la part de Gouvernement Tchadien. - Appui technique (compétence) fourni aux Organisations de la Société Civile ( Association pour la Défenses des Consommateurs ou ADC, Croix Bleu Tchadien ou CBT, DONAMA, ) -Appuis téchniques et financiers reçus de de la part l OMS, du Secrétariat de la Convention, FCTC 2030 en cours, Union contre la Tuberculose et Maladies Respiratoires, Organisation de la Société Civile (ADC Tchad) et de Vital Strategiies; -Aides financiers et matérielles reçues de la part de Gouvernement Tchadien. - Appui technique (compétence) fourni aux Organisations de la Société Civile ( Association pour la Défenses des Consommateurs ou ADC, Croix Bleu Tchadien ou CBT, DONAMA, ) Report not provided WHO African Region
Chile Por parte de ONG en particular Unión Internacional contra las tuberculosis y enfermedades respiratorias Con fecha 2014 nuestro país firmo un Convenio internacional de trabajo con la organización The Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, y con el apoyo de Bloomberg Philantropies. Este Convenio finalizo en octubre 2017 Con fecha 2014 nuestro país firmo un Convenio internacional de trabajo con la organización The Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, y con el apoyo de Bloomberg Philantropies. WHO Region of the Americas
China 向萨摩亚、俄罗斯、印度尼西亚、塞拉利昂、汤加王国等缔约方提供技术援助等。 世界卫生组织、美国疾控中心、彭博基金会。 中国接受了世界卫生组织,Bloomberg基金会,盖茨与梅琳达基金会的支持;为蒙古,缅甸,菲律宾和文莱提供戒烟热线技术培训。 WHO Western Pacific Region
Colombia De las Partes que Colombia ha recibido asistencia, se encuentran: 1. Brasil: Fortalecimiento del mecanismo de coordinación intersectorial, vigilancia sanitaria 2. Australia, Reino Unido, Noruega Financiadores del Proyecto FCTC 2030 3. El Salvador: Programas de cesación de tabaco y estrategias de comunicación En 2017 Colombia fue seleccionada como uno de los 15 países del Proyecto FCTC 2030, el cual busca apoyar, hasta el 2021, la implementación del CMCT, como una de las metas a lograr en el marco de la Agenda de Desarrollo Sostenible. En este Proyecto, se contemplaron 3 líneas estratégicas: a) fortalecimiento de los procesos de inspección, vigilancia y control del control de tabaco; b) fortalecimiento de la acción intersectorial; c) implementación del programa nacional de cesación de tabaco, en el marco de la Política de Atención Integral en Salud. Paralelamente, se desarrolla el Caso de Inversión que busca generar información clave para hacer abogacía a favor del control de tabaco. En noviembre de 2017, se realizó el lanzamiento oficial del Proyecto y del Caso de Inversión. Del 29 de octubre al 2 de noviembre del 2012 asistió al país una misión compuesta por delegados de la Secretaría del CMCT de la Organización Mundial de la Salud, la oficina de la OPS/OMS en el país, el Banco Mundial y el Programa de Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD), para realizar un ejercicio conjunto con el Gobierno Nacional sobre las necesidades del país en la aplicación del CMCT. El proceso de evaluación incluyó la participación de los ministerios de Salud, Agricultura, Hacienda, Comercio, Relaciones Exteriores, Cultura, y de otras entidades como la DIAN, el Instituto Nacional de Cancerología, y la Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio. La misión se reunió, además, con algunos Honorables congresistas conocedores del tema como Simón Gaviria, Jorge Eduardo Ballesteros y Rafael Romero. El proceso de evaluación incluyó un análisis inicial de la situación del país en relación al Convenio, los desafíos y las posibles necesidades derivadas del informe de implementación más reciente del país y otras fuentes de información. Posterior a la visita, se elaboró un informe final con las recomendaciones para mejorar la implementación del CMCT en el país. Estas recomendaciones se socializaron con todos los stakeholders en una reunión intersectorial el día 2 de septiembre de 2013. Allí se acordaron algunas de las principales acciones para articular los esfuerzos del gobierno nacional por aplicar efectivamente el Convenio. De hecho, se concluyó que era fundamental contar con un plan de acción intersectorial para la implementación del CMCT. En la actualidad, se espera avanzar más contundentemente en la construcción de este plan de acción. Vale destacar, de otro modo, que la Secretaría del CMCT facilitó los recursos para que la Dra. Claudia Cedillo, de la World Lung Foundation, asesorara al Ministerio de Salud en el desarrollo de estrategias de información, educación y comunicación más efectivas. También se cuenta con un proyecto de cooperación internacional con Uruguay para fortalecer las medidas relacionadas con las advertencias sanitarias. WHO Region of the Americas
Comoros Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Congo Nous avons reçu de laide de lOrganisation mondiale de la santé dans le cadre de la tenue des ateliers sur le choix des images, dans lélaboration de l’arrêté sur les images à mettre sur les paquets des cigarettes qui seront vendus au Congo, dans la réalisation de l enquête GYTS qui est en cours de promulgation Report not provided Nous reçu de laide de lUnion dans la mise en œuvre de larticle 5.3 sur linterférence de lindustrie du tabac, et la participation du point focal aux réunions (Barcelone (2014) et Cape Town (2015) dans le cadre de léchange des expériences; de lOMS et de l Union dans le cadre de lélaboration des textes dapplication de la loi relative à la lutte antitabac. WHO African Region
Cook Islands WHO Samoa Tobacco Control Office, WHO Fiji NCD and Tobacco Control Office, and WHO Geneva Office. WHO Samoa Tobacco Control Office, WHO Fiji NCD and Tobacco Control Office, and WHO Geneva Office. WHO Samoa Tobacco Control Office, WHO Fiji NCD and Tobacco Control Office, and WHO Geneva Office. WHO Western Pacific Region
Costa Rica Organización Panamericana de la Salud Washington y Oficina/ Costa Rica. TobLabNet y de CORESTA (Cooperation Centre for Scientific Relative to Tobacco). National Institute for Public Health and the Environment” de Holanda. Universidad Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (EUA). Servicio de Rentas Internas, Ecuador. (Inh. Trujillo) Instituto Nacional del Cáncer de Brasil (INCA) ONG´S: Campaigne for Tobacco Free Kids. Corporate Accountability The Union Ministerio de Salud de Panamá/Instituto Gorgas y OPS. Ministerio de Salud de Uruguay. Costa Rica forma parte del Grupo de Trabajo sobre Medidas sostenibles parta fortalecer la aplicación del CMCT (MOA). Primera reunión octubre de 2013. Instituto de efectividad clínica y Sanitaria de Argentina (IECS). OPS convenio de cooperación. Misión de la Secretaría del CMCT para la evaluación conjunta de necesidades entre agosto y setiembre del 2016. Ministerio de Salud de Panamá/Instituto Gorgas y OPS Ministerio de Salud de Uruguay. Costa Rica forma parte del Grupo de Trabajo sobre Medidas sostenibles parta fortalecer la aplicación del CMCT (MOA). Primera reunión octubre de 2013 Instituto de efectividad clínica y Sanitaria de Argentina (IECS) OPS convenio de cooperación WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire -Aide reçue de lOMS-Afro dans le cadre des programmes de formation des décideurs -Aide reçue de la fondation Bill & Melinda GATES -Aide reçue de WORLD LUNG FUNDATION -Aide fournie aux ONG intervenant dans la lutte contre le tabagisme -Aide fournie à des Sociétés savantes de Côte dIvoire -Aide reçue de lOMS-Afro -Aide fournie aux ONG intervenant dans la lutte contre le tabagisme -Aide logistique et financière reçue de lOMS pour organiser latelier dadoption du protocole sevrage tabagique et les séances de sevrage. -Aide logistique fournie à LONG RECLTASU, au District dAbidjan, au FICAD pour lorganisation de campagnes de sensibilisation WHO African Region
Croatia European Comission and WHO. European Comission and WHO. European Comission and WHO. WHO European Region
Cyprus Answer not provided Help was provided by a research program from Ottawa Canada and Greece called Titan Greece & Cyprus. Help was provided by "Ex smokers are Unstoppable" which is funded by the European Commission. WHO European Region
Czech Republic Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Democratic People's Republic of Korea WHO has provided technical and financial support for strengthening national capacity for tobacco control in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health. WHO provided support for multi-sectoral workshop for strengthening implementation of tobacco control law especially focusing tobacco free premises and training of services providers from Tobacco Cessation Centres on tobacco counselling. WHO has provided technical and financial support for strengthening national capacity for tobacco control in close collaboration with the Ministry of Public Health. Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Democratic Republic of the Congo Answer not provided Mission de deux personnes en Naïrobi en technique de suivie et traçabillité pour lutter contre le commerce illicite; Mission dévaluation dassistance technique du sécretariat pour lélaboration du plan strtégique national pour la lutte antit tabac et de mécanisme de coordination multisectorielle. Mission de deux personnes en Naïrobi en technique de suivie et traçabillité pour lutter contre le commerce illicite; Mission dévaluation dassistance technique du sécretariat pour lélaboration du plan strtégique national pour la lutte antit tabac et de mécanisme de coordination multisectorielle. WHO African Region
Denmark Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Djibouti Answer not provided Answer not provided EMRO WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Dominica Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Ecuador Organización Panamericana de la Salud (OPS) y la European Respiratory Society (ERS). - Apoyo de la OMS/OPS y de la Secretaría del CMCT. Estos organismos han apoyado mediante la asesoría técnica para la aplicación del CMCT. Específicamente han colaborado con el desarrollo de conocimiento y aptitudes y la asesoría técnica y jurídica en los artículos relacionados con el comercio ilícito de productos de tabaco. - Se contó con una Misión de expertos, coordinados por OPS, que hicieron una evaluación de la aplicación del CMCT, para su fortalecimiento. - OPS ha impulsado iniciativas locales para la difusión, como la realizada por el día del control del tabaco. - Realización del taller sobre artículos 6 y 15 a fin de compartir la experiencia de Ecuador en el tema; taller de sensibilización e información sobre control de tabaco para el Comité Interinstitucional de Lucha Antitabáquica. - Participación en talleres internacionales. - Desarrollo del taller de entrenamiento a entrenadores en intervenciones en tabaco en Ecuador, que posibilitó la capacitación de 40 médicos y 100 Técnicos de Atención Primaria en Salud (TAPS) sobre intervenciones cortas de cesación de consumo de tabaco. Se proyecta captar a 60 consumidores de tabaco por cada TAPS capacitado, de los cuales se reportará el porcentaje efectivo de cesación de consumo de tabaco con el fin de evaluar la efectividad del proyecto. OPS/OMS, Unión Internacional contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias, Uruguay, Colombia, Perú, Argentina, Chile, Paraguay, Brasil WHO Region of the Americas
Egypt Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
El Salvador Durante el proceso de fortalecimiento de la aplicación del CMCT y de las Políticas Públicas de control de tabaco, se ha recibido asistencia técnica y financiera de los siguientes organismos: • OPS/OMS • CDC Atlanta • CICAD/OEA • Campaign for Tobacco Free kids • La Unión (Unión Internacional Contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias) • Secretariado del CMCT de la OMS • Centro de Cooperación Internacional para el Control de Tabaco de Uruguay (CCICT) • Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) OPS/OMS CDC Atlanta CICAD/OEA Compaign for Tobacco Free kids La Unión (Unión Internacional Contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias) Secretariado del CMCT de la OMS Centro de Cooperación Internacional para el Control de Tabaco (Uruguay) Programa de las Naciones Unidas para el Desarrollo (PNUD) OPS/OMS CDC Atlanta CICAD/OEA Compaign for Tobacco Free kids La Unión (Unión Internacional Contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias) WHO Region of the Americas
Equatorial Guinea Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Estonia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Eswatini Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Ethiopia Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
European Union Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Fiji WHO Division of Pacific Technical Support in Fiji Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Finland Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): Assistance provided globally from the WHO FCTC Secretariat’s Knowledge Hub on Surveillance, through website and a separate project in 2018 to assist Parties from LMICs in the implementation of Article 20. The webinars organized in this project had either participants or later viewings of the recorded presentations from altogether 30 countries, of which 25 are Parties to the WHO FCTC. These are: Afghanistan, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Burkina Faso, Canada, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Egypt, El Salvador, Finland, Georgia, India, Jordan, Luxembourg, Malta, Nigeria, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Thailand and United Kingdom. The Knowledge Hub website has had visitors from 111 WHO FCTC Parties. In addition, assistance has been provided to Nepal (Web-training for the participants in the FCTC2030 workshop in Nepal 30.4.2019), India (Presentation in a webinar organized by the Indian Knowledge Hub 17.5.2019) and France (France was exploring the possibility to host a new knowledge hub, and experts from the OFDT (Observatoire français des drogues et des toxicomanies) visited the hub to learn from its experiences). National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): Assistance provided globally from FCTC Knowledge Hub related to article 20 National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): 1. Assistance provided to Serbia (country in transition), financed by EU-Twinning 2. Assistance provided globally from FCTC Knowledge Hub related to article 20 WHO European Region
France La France participe au Groupe de travail Experts Tabac de la Commission Européenne, au sein duquel sont échangés avec les autres 27 Etats membres les avancements et difficultés dans l’application des dispositions de lutte antitabac. Elle participe également à L’action Conjointe (Joint –action) sur les produits du Tabac de Commission Européenne, ainsi qu’au Global Tobacco Regulators Forum. La France participe au Groupe de travail Experts Tabac de la Commission Européenne, au sein duquel sont échangés les avancements et difficultés dans l’application des dispositions de lutte antitabac. Elle participe également à L’action Conjointe (Joint –action) sur les produits du Tabac de Commission Européenne. En 2015, la France a organisé un sommet de ministres de la santé en faveur du paquet neutre. En 2018, une réunion de ministres de la santé francophones sera proposée en marge de l’Assemblé mondiale de la santé de l’OMS, et la question de la coopération dans la lutte contre le tabac constitue l’un de principaux points de l’agenda. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Gabon Answer not provided Aides reçues de différents organismes partenaires: 1°) OMS: D1; D2; 2°) CLATA (Centre de Lutte Antitabac en Afrique): D2, D3 Aides reçues de différents organismes partenaires: 1°) OMS: D1; D3; 2°) CLATA (Centre de Lutte Antitabac en Afrique): D2; D3 3°) The Union: D3 WHO African Region
Gambia Assistance was received from WHO and Center for Tobacco Control In Africa Assistance was received from WHO and Center for Tobacco Control In Africa Assistance was received from WHO and Center for Tobacco Control In Africa WHO African Region
Georgia Assistance was provided by WHO FCTC Secretariat, Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant Program, National Institute of Health and Emory university. Assistance was provided by WHO FCTC Secretariat, WHO European Regional Office, Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant Program, The Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, Vital Strategies. Assistance was provided by WHO FCTC Secretariat, WHO European Regional Office, Georgia Cancer Coalition (USA), Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant Program, The Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases WHO European Region
Germany Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Ghana Assistance received from Kenya, WHO AFRO, CTFK Assistance received from Kenya, WHO AFRO, CTFK Assistance received from Kenya, WHO AFRO, CTFK WHO African Region
Greece 1) European commission tenders for the implementation of the Tobacco products Directive (Articles 4,5,6,20) awarded to Greek entities to develop the European Union reporting platform for tobacco ingredients, the development of priority additives and the reporting, technical specifications and other aspects related to e-cigarettes throughout the EU. 2) George D.Behrakis Foundation, Boston MA 1) European commission tenders for the implementation of the Tobacco products Directive (Articles 4,5,6,20) awarded to Greek entities to develop the European Union reporting platform for tobacco ingredients, the development of priority additives and the reporting, technical specifications and other aspects related to e-cigarettes throughout the EU. 2) George D.Behrakis Foundation, Boston MA 1) European commission tenders for the implementation of the Tobacco products Directive (Articles 4,5,6,20) awarded to Greek entitites to develop the European Union reporting pltform for tobacco ingredients, the development of priority additives and the reporting, technical specifications and other aspects related to e-cigarettes throughout the EU. 2) George D.Behrakis Foundation, Boston MA WHO European Region
Grenada WHO, PAHO WHO, PAHO WHO, PAHO WHO Region of the Americas
Guatemala Se ha recibido asistencia técnica y jurídica por parte de OPS. Se ha recibido asistencia técnica y jurídica por parte de OPS. Se ha recibido asistencia Sur-Sur por parte de Brasil y Ecuador. Se ha recibido asistencia por parte de OPS. WHO Region of the Americas
Guinea Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Guinea-Bissau Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Guyana Assistance was received from the Pan American Health Organization (International Organization) and the Guyana Chest Society ( NGO). The Guyana Chest Society received funding from the Jamaican Heart Foundation, who receives funding from the Bloomberg Initiative. Funding is also provided by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and lung Diseases Assistance was received from the Pan American Health Organization (International Organization) and the Guyana Chest Society ( NGO). The Guyana Chest Society received funding from the Jamaican Heart Foundation, who receives funding from the Bloomberg Initiative. Assistance was received from the Pan American Health Organization (International Organization) and the Guyana Chest Society ( NGO). The Guyana Chest Society received funding from the Jamaican Heart Foundation, who receives funding from the Bloomberg Initiative. WHO Region of the Americas
Honduras Desde 2018 a la fecha el IHADFA ha recibido de parte de la OPS-OMS materiales bibliográficos de apoyo para la elaboración de la Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación. Adicionalmente le han sido muy útiles las leyes y reglamentos sobre dicha temática de los países de Uruguay, Guatemala y México. Hemos compartido nuestra Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación con la República de Costa Rica mediante la Embajada de Honduras acreditada en dicho país. El IHADFA ha recibido de parte de la OPS-OMS materiales bibliográficos de apoyo para la elaboración de la Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación. Adicionalmente le han sido muy útiles las leyes y reglamentos sobre dicha temática de los países de Uruguay, Guatemala y México. Hemos compartido nuestra Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación con la República de Costa Rica mediante la Embajada de Honduras acreditada en dicho país. El IHADFA ha recibido de parte de la OPS-OMS materiales bibliográficos de apoyo para la elaboración de la Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación. Adicionalmente le han sido muy útiles las leyes y reglamentos sobre dicha temática de los países de Uruguay, Guatemala y México. Hemos compartido nuestra Ley Especial para el Control del Tabaco y su Reglamentación con la República de Costa Rica mediante la Embajada de Honduras acreditada en dicho país. WHO Region of the Americas
Hungary Hungary participates in every European Union Commission and Committee work established to reduce the tobacco use, additionally Hungary is the member of the working groups and expert groups. The Hungarian experts have actively participated in the preparation and consultation process of the new 2014/40/EU directive and in the preparation of Commission resolutions related to its implementation. Hungary is represented in the following commissions and expert groups established by WHO and the European Union: European Union: • Tobacco Product Committee established under Article 25 of the Tobacco Products Directive (2014/40/EU) • Expert Group on Tobacco Policy established under Commission Decision C(2014) 3509 • Expert Subgroup Group on E-cigarettes • Subgroup on Tracebility and Security Features of the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy • Subgroup on Ingredients established by the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy World Health Organization: • Working group on sustainable measures to strengthen implementation of the WHO FCTC Hungary participates in every European Union Commission and Committee work established to reduce the tobacco use, additionally Hungary is the member of the working groups and expert groups. The Hungarian experts have actively participated in the preparation and consultation process of the new 2014/40/EU directive and in the preparation of Commission resolutions related to its implementation. Hungary is represented in the following commissions and expert groups established by WHO and the European Union: European Union: • Tobacco Product Committee established under Article 25 of the Tobacco Products Directive (2014/40/EU) • Expert Group on Tobacco Policy established under Commission Decision C(2014) 3509 • Expert Subgroup Group on E-cigarettes • Subgroup on Tracebility and Security Features of the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy • Subgroup on Ingredients established by the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy World Health Organization: • Working group on sustainable measures to strengthen implementation of the WHO FCTC The Hungarian expert delegates did presentations on the topic of reducing tobacco use in the following conferences and meetings in the last 2 years: • V4 High-Level Meeting on NCDs In 2015, Hungary also participated in the high level meeting in Paris which was aimed to introduce the single packaging of tobacco products. Hungary participates in every European Union Commission and Committee work established to reduce the tobacco use, additionally Hungary is the member of the working groups and expert groups. The Hungarian experts have actively participated in the preparation and consultation process of the new 2014/40/EU directive and in the preparation of Commission resolutions related to its implementation. Hungary is represented in the following commissions and expert groups established by WHO and the European Union: European Union: • Tobacco Product Committee established under Article 25 of the Tobacco Products Directive (2014/40/EU) • Expert Group on Tobacco Policy established under Commission Decision C(2014) 3509 • Expert Subgroup Group on E-cigarettes • Subgroup on Tracebility and Security Features of the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy • Subgroup on Ingredients established by the Expert Group on Tobacco Policy World Health Organization: • Working group on sustainable measures to strengthen implementation of the WHO FCTC The Hungarian expert delegates did presentations on the topic of reducing tobacco use in the following conferences and meetings in the last 2 years: • V4 High-Level Meeting on NCDs In 2015, Hungary also participated in the high level meeting in Paris which was aimed to introduce the single packaging of tobacco products. WHO European Region
Iceland As a Governmental organization under Ministry of Health we receive information and support from many and in many ways and issues. For example WHO work related to implementing FCTC. Also for The theme and tools for World No Tobacco Day. For EU we have received support and as a member of EES and been able to take part in some tobacco control and tobacco preventions programs. We have participated in Joint action on tobacco control that is funded by EU. As a Governmental organization under Ministry of welfare we receive information and support from many and in many ways and issues. For example WHO work related to implementing FCTC. Also for The theme and tools for World No Tobacco Day. For EU we have received support and as a member of EES been able to take part in some tobacco control programs. Last TobTaxy program aimed to build capacity and knowledge in taxation on tobacco. We have participated in EU program called Smokefree Class Competition for over 16 years This program has been very successful in our country. More recently we took part in cross Europe research program called Smoking in movies also a EU funded program, coordinated by IFT-nord in Kiel in Germany. As a Governmental organization under Ministry of welfare we receive information and support from many and in many ways and issues. For example WHO work related to implementing FCTC. Also for The theme and tools for World No Tobacco Day. For EU we have received support and as a member of EES been able to take part in some tobacco control programs. Last TobTaxy program aimed to build capacity and knowledge in taxation on tobacco. We have participated in EU program called Smokefree Class Competition for over 16 years This program has been very successful in our country. More recently we took part in cross Europe research program called Smoking in movies also a EU funded program, coordinated by IFT-nord in Kiel in Germany. WHO European Region
India WHO bienium country budget. Vital Strategies for national level public awareness campaign. Leadership training by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. WHO bienium country budget. Vital Strategies for national level public awareness campaign. Leadership training by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. WHO bienium country budget. World Lung Foundation - for national level public awareness campaign. Lealdership training by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Assistance from Bloomberg has been received for national and State level support staff (Consultant). . WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) through WHO channel and CSF through WHO channel and CSF Receiving from Jordan, Egypt, South Africa, WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq World Health Organization(WHO) FCTC secretariat in collaboration with European Union Qatar center for tobacco combat World Health Organization(WHO) Organization of Islamic Cooperation(OIC) FCTC secretariat in collaboration with European Union World Health Organization (EMR) CDC Atlanta King Hussein Cancer Centre - Jordan WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Ireland Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Israel Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Italy We participated to webinars organized from Knowledge Hubs and to the meeting of WHO on different topic (art. 5.3, END, ENNDS and Novel tobacco products) We thank Turkmenistan for the financing of the meetings on the implementation of the FCTC on 2016 in Ashgabat and on 2017 in Heidelberg. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Jamaica Graphic Health warning images were provided to Trinidad & Tobago in 2018. Jamaica also benefited from capacity building opportunities through: 1. McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer: A. Intensive Legal Training Programme -Alumni training (Australia 2018) B. workshop on Australia’s victory in the World Trade Organization dispute and the implications for tobacco control and public health (Australia 2018) 2. Jamaica was selected to participate in an Expert meeting on cigarette ventilation (Netherlands 2019) 3. Workshop on Tobacco Taxation - WHO FCTC Knowledge Hub on Tobacco Taxation - Cape Town, South Africa (2019) Graphic Health warning images were provided to Guyana, St. Lucia and Trinidad & Tobago . Through South-South Cooperation activities, we received training from: Bangkok, Thailand- Article 5.3 Brazil- Article 5.3 Ecuador - Articles 6 and 15 Panama - Article 11 Assistance provided to Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago WHO Region of the Americas
Japan Developing countries on the DAC List Developing countries on the DAC List Developing countries on the DAC List WHO Western Pacific Region
Jordan تم تقديم دعم جزئي من منظمة الصحة العالمية (تدريب فني وتقني بارسال الخبراء ) وتم الحصول على دعم من امانة الاتفاقية الاطارية لتسريع تطبيق الاتفاقية بما يتناسب مع اهداف التنمية المستدامة 2030 تم تقديم دعم جزئي من منظمة الصحة العالمية (تدريب فني وتقني بارسال الخبراء ) Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kazakhstan Европейское Бюро ВОЗ Answer not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Kenya Uganda, Togo, Gambia, Uganda, Togo, Gambia, Uganda, Togo, Gambia, WHO African Region
Kiribati World Health Organization (WHO) Allen and Clarke Secretariat of the Pacific Community World Health Organization (WHO) Allen and Clarke Secretariat of the Pacific Community World Health Organization (WHO) Allen and Clarke Secretariat of the Pacific Community WHO Western Pacific Region
Kuwait REcieved from: EMRO KING Hussain Cancer Control Centre REcieved from: EMRO KING Hussain Cancer Control Centre REcieved from: EMRO KING HUssain Cancer Contrrrrol Centre WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kyrgyzstan Report not provided Report not provided 1) Проект по реформе здравоохранения "Ден соолук" поддерживаемой по программе SWAPs донорским сообществом (ВОЗ, ВБ, и др.) 2) Проект ВОЗ по профилактике и контролю неинфекционных заболеваний (НИЗ), 3) Campaing for Tobacco Free Kids, Washington, DC, USA 4)Министерство иностранных дел Финляндии WHO European Region
Lao People's Democratic Republic NA WHO AND SEATCA provided technical and financial support, but it is limited WHO AND SEATCA provided technical and financial support, but it is limited WHO Western Pacific Region
Latvia Assistance was provided by WHO and European Commission to the Ministry of Health and its subordinated institutions. From WHO and EC to the Ministry of Health. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Lebanon Answer not provided Answer not provided Professor Martin Raw, in his personal capacity and Director of the International Center for Smoking Cessation, and funded as an individual professional by Bloomberg Philanthropies, has supported the conducting of the National Situational Analysis and the development of a National Smoking Cessation Strategy for the NTCP-MoPH. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lesotho Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Liberia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Libya منظمة الصحة العالمية منظمة الصحة العالمية المكتب الاقليمي لشرق المتوسط منظمة الصحة العالمية المكتب الاقليمي لرق المتوسط WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lithuania EU JATC - Joint Action on Tabacco Control Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Luxembourg Financement par lEtat et par la Caisse Nationale de Santé. Financement par lEtat et par la Caisse Nationale de Santé. Financement par létat et par la CNS WHO European Region
Madagascar Secrétariat de la Convention cadre de la Lutte Antitabac OMS Genève, OMS Afro, OMS Genève, OMS Afro, les Pays Francophones de lAfrique, CCOLAT nous avons reçu lappui technique et financier de lOMS et lUNION WHO African Region
Malaysia - Mc Cabe Center, Melbourne, Australia. - Knowledge Hub on Taxation, University of Cape Town, South Africa. - SEATCA - South East Asia Tobacco Control Alliance. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Maldives -World Health Organization- Country Office for Maldives - Bloomberg Initiativeto Reduce Tobacco Use -World Health Organization- Country Office for Maldives - Bloomberg Initiativeto Reduce Tobacco Use -World Health Organization- Country Office for Maldives - Bloomberg Initiativeto Reduce Tobacco Use WHO South-East Asia Region
Mali Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Malta Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Marshall Islands Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Mauritania Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Mauritius • Assistance extended by WHO for the pre-testing of the second set pictorial health warnings to be rotated over plain packaging of tobacco products. • Financial assistance was also provided by WHO under Biennium 2018-2019 for national murale painting competition for secondary school students. • WHO has also provided financial assistance for the provision of kits for smokers attending our tobacco cessation clinics around Mauritius. • Technical legal assistance from WHO for the amendments of the Public Health (Restrictions on Tobacco Products) Regulations 2008. • Mauritius provided technical assistance to other Parties by sharing our pictorial health warnings on cigarette packages. Assistance received from the WHO Regional Office, WHO - Convention Secretariat, WHO - HQ/Geneva Assistance provided to (permission to use the Mauritius pictorial health warnings: Seychelles, Brazil, Iran and Togo. Assistance received from WHO on the evaluation of the Tobacco Cessation Clinic in February 2017. WHO has also contributed in the provision of kits for smokers attending the Regional Tobacco Cessation Clinics. Assistance received from the WHO Regional Office, WHO - Convention Secretariat, WHO - HQ/Geneva Assistance provided to (permission to use the Mauritius pictorial health warnings: Seychelles, Brazil, Iran and Togo WHO African Region
Mexico La fundción Bloomberg ha financiado diversos proyectos para el control del tabaco en nuestro país, tanto a sector gobierno como a ONGs. Gobierno A través de la OPS y los CDC del gobierno de estados Unidos, se co-financió la Encuesta Global de Tabaquismo en Adultos, México 2015, hubo asistencia técnica en materia de tecnologías, integración de resultados e investigación. También la oficina de la Unión para la Tuberculosis en México, ha apoyado con asistencia técnica y económica el desarrollo de proyectos conjuntos del INSP y CONADIC. La OPS ha asistido de manera permanente a la Secretaría de Salud con asesorías técnicas y la participación en talleres nacionales e internacionales en materia de control de tabaco. La fundción Bloomberg ha financiado diversos proyectos para el control del tabaco en nuestro país, tanto a sector gobierno como a ONGs. Gobierno A través de la OPS y los CDC del gobierno de estados Unidos, se co-financió la Encuesta Global de Tabaquismo en Adultos, México 2015, hubo asistencia técnica en materia de tecnologías, integración de resultados e investigación. También la oficina de la Unión para la Tuberculosis en México, ha apoyado con asistencia jurídica para el fortalecimiento de la Ley General para el control del Tabaco y de las leyes subnacionales. A través de Global Bridges se ha llevado a cabo un asesoramiento técnico para el tratamiento integral de la adicción a la nicotina, en coordinación con la Fundación Interamericana México. ONG A través de Tobacco Free Kids se han hecho asesoramiento científico para integrar estrategias de comunicación social. Se ha impulsado el fortalecimiento de leyes subnacionales. OPS Apoyó con financiamiento para una campaña en redes sociales dirigida a adolescentes con énfasis en mujeres para el segundo semestre de 2017. La fundción Bloomberg ha financiado diversos proyectos para el control del tabaco en nuestro país, tanto a sector gobierno como a ONGs. Gobierno A través de la OPS y los CDC del gobierno de estados Unidos, se co-financió la Encuesta Global de Tabaquismo en Adultos, México 2015, hubo asistencia técnica en materia de tecnologías, integración de resultados e investigación. También la oficina de la Unión para la Tuberculosis en México, ha apoyado con asistencia jurídica para el fortalecimiento de la Ley General para el control del Tabaco y de las leyes subnacionales. A través de Global Bridges se ha llevado a cabo un asesoramiento técnico para el tratamiento integral de la adicción a la nicotina. ONG A través de Tobacco Free Kids se han hecho asesoramiento científico para integrar estrategias de comunicación social. Se ha impulsado el fortalecimiento de leyes subnacionales. WHO Region of the Americas
Micronesia (Federated States of) All assistances received from WHO Office both from Suva and FCTC Geneva Office and WPRO Office All assistances received from WHO Office both from Suva and FCTC Geneva Office and WPRO Office All assistances received from WHO Office both from Suva and FCTC Geneva Office and WPRO Office WHO Western Pacific Region
Mongolia Ministry of Health had received: - WHO FCTC secretariat provided technical assistance to conduct baseline assessment in FCTC implementation in Mongolia in 2015. - WHO HQ provided technical assistance to conduct economic analysis on tobacco taxation. - WHO HQ is providing technical and financial support to conduct tobacco compliance survey in 2017 Ministry of Health had received: - WHO FCTC secretariat provided technical assistance to conduct baseline assessment in FCTC implementation in Mongolia in 2015. - WHO HQ provided technical assistance to conduct economic analysis on tobacco taxation. - WHO HQ is providing technical and financial support to conduct tobacco compliance survey in 2017 Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Montenegro The Institute of Public Health continually assists providers in prevention centers, who provide services through counseling centers in Primary health care centers, through education, working on educational materials and other means. Institute of Public Health continuously helps to service providers in Centers for prevenentions, which provide services through Counseling centers in Primary health care centers. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Myanmar The technical and financial assistance were received from Convention Secretariat, WHO, UNDP, the Bloomberg Initiative, the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease/ the Vital Strategies and South East Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA) and from party like Thailand and Australia. The technical and financial assistance were received from Convention Secretariat, WHO, CDC, the Bloomberg Initiative, the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease/ the Vital Strategies and South East Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA). The technical and financial assistance received from WHO, CDC, the Bloomberg Initiative and the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease. WHO South-East Asia Region
Namibia World Health Organization Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Nauru Support from WHO to develop the national NCD strategy 2015-2020; and training on tobacco control and enforcement Report not provided Support from WHO to develop the national NCD strategy 2015-2020; and training on tobacco control and enforcement WHO Western Pacific Region
Nepal a. World Health Organization/FCTC b. International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) a. World Health Organization/FCTC b. International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union) Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Netherlands Scientific research organisations, among others: - RIVM - Trimbos Institute - ZonMw - WHO - European Commission - International congresses - FDA Scientific research organisations, among others: - RIVM - Trimbos Institute - ZonMw - WHO - European Commission - International congresses - FDA Scientific research organisations: - RIVM - Trimbos Institute - ZonMw WHO European Region
New Zealand Pacific Island Countries and Territories (PICTs) have been supported by the New Zealand government through the New Zealand Aid Programme. The financial support has primarily been provided through funding the following three activities: 1. Tonga Taxation Study - funding was provided to the World Bank to conduct a study in Tonga, to determine the impact of taxation to address non-communicable diseases. This included research to determine the impact of taxation on tobacco consumption rates in Tonga. One-off funding in 2019. 2. Pacific Multi-Sectoral Response to NCDs (2018-2021) - funding has been provided to SPC (Pacific Community ) to support SPC to provide regulatory, legislative and policy technical suport to countries to enact multi-sectoral action that will contribute to arresting the NCD crisis in the Pacific. Again, this included support to address tobacco policy and legislative issues. 3. Pacific NCD initiative Phase 2 (2018-2022) - funding has been provided to WHO to address NCDs challenges in the region. Strengthening the work on the NCDs Roadmap is critical to this activity. The activities of this initiative include strengthening primary health care capability, tobacco harm minimisation and mitigation, and enhanced regulatory frameworks around tobacco which will produce increased tax revenue. Pacific Island countries and territories have been supported by the New Zealand government through the New Zealand Aid Programme. The most significant contribution is the 14 country Pacific NCD Initiative (2014-17). Funds and technical support will be directed through the WHO Division of Pacific Technical Support in Suva towards ensuring a 15% reduction in adult cardio-vascular disease risk by 2018 and a 10% reduction in adult tobacco use by 2018. In 14 Pacific countries, this includes support to national tobacco control initiatives. In addition, New Zealand has provided support to a mobile-health intervention to reduce tobacco use in Samoa and American Samoa (2014-2016). This support will develop and evaluate an accessible, affordable and culturally relevant text message support for people who want to quit smoking. Pacific Island countries and territories have been supported by the New Zealand government through the New Zealand Aid Programme. The most significant contribution is the 14 country Pacific NCD Initiative (2014-17). Funds and technical support will be directed through the WHO Division of Pacific Technical Support in Suva towards ensuring a 15% reduction in adult cardio-vascular disease risk by 2018 and a 10% reduction in adult tobacco use by 2018. In 14 Pacific countries, this includes support to national tobacco control initiatives. In addition, New Zealand has provided support to a mobile-health intervention to reduce tobacco use in Samoa and American Samoa (2014-2016). This support will develop and evaluate an accessible, affordable and culturally relevant text message support for people who want to quit smoking. WHO Western Pacific Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria 1) Gates Fund through WHO AFRO and WHO Country Office 2) Gates Fund through Development Gateway 4) Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC) 5) Nigeria Tobacco Control Alliance (NTCA) 6) Consortium of Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University (SMU), Africa Centre for Tobacco Industry Monitoring and Policy Research (ATIM) and African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) 7) European Respiratory Society 8) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK) 9) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 1) WHO 2) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK) 3) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 4) Economics of Tobacco Control Project, University of Cape Town, South Africa 1) WHO 2) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK) 3) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease WHO African Region
Niue Technical assistance received from WHO regional office for tobacco control. Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Norway Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Oman يتم تلقي المساعدات الفنية من منظمة الصحة العالمية ومركز مكافحة الأمراض بأتلانتا لعمل المسوحات الصحية المتعلقة بمكافحة التبغ مثل المسح العالمي لاستخدام التبغ بين الشباب 2003و 2007و2010, 2016 كذلك دراسة تعاطي التبغ بين الأطباء ودراسة قياس نسبة الدخان المنتشر في البيئة. يتم تلقي المساعدات الفنية من منظمة الصحة العالمية ومركز مكافحة الأمراض بأتلانتا لعمل المسوحات الصحية المتعلقة بمكافحة التبغ مثل المسح العالمي لاستخدام التبغ بين الشباب 2003و 2007و2010, 2016 كذلك دراسة تعاطي التبغ بين الأطباء ودراسة قياس نسبة الدخان المنتشر في البيئة. يتم تلقي المساعدات الفنية من منظمة الصحة العالمية ومركز مكافحة الأمراض بأتلانتا لعمل المسوحات الصحية المتعلقة بمكافحة التبغ مثل المسح العالمي لاستخدام التبغ بين الشباب 2003و 2007و2010 كذلك دراسة تعاطي التبغ بين الأطباء ودراسة قياس نسبة الدخان المنتشر في البيئة. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Pakistan FCTC Secretariat. World Health Organization. Bloomberg Initiative. World Lung Foundation. Ministry of Health, Thailand. FCTC Secretariat. World Health Organization. Bloomberg Initiative. World Lung Foundation. Ministry of Health, Thailand. Bloomberg Initiative. World Lung Foundation. Ministry of Health, Thailand. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Palau As described below, the assistance received was not received from a Party or Parties but from WHO, CDC, and civil society. As described below, the assistance received was not received from a Party or Parties but from WHO, CDC, and civil society. As described below, the assistance received was not received from a Party or Parties but from WHO, CDC, and civil society. WHO Western Pacific Region
Panama Hemos recibido asistencia técnica de: Brasil, Uruguay, Australia y Tailandia. Hemos prestado asistencia técnica a: Japón, Gana, Maldivas, Mauritania, Brasil y Región de las Américas Asistencia reciproca Panamá - Canadá - Brasil - Costa Rica - Guatemala - Colombia - Uruguay y ONGs También ofrecimos asistencia técnica a Estados No Partes del CMCT, caso específico. Congreso Argentino de Tabaco o Salud. Continuamos apoyando financieramente al Secretariado del CMCT para la aplicación del Plan de Trabajo aprobado por la COP para el fortalecimiento de la implementación del CMCT y la ratificación del Protocolo para la Eliminación del Comercio Ilícito de Productos de Tabaco. Hemos recibido asistencia técnica de: Brasil, México, Uruguay y Tailandia. Hemos prestado asistencia técnica a: Costa Rica, Colombia, Chile, El Salvador, Gana, Guyana, Jamaica, Maldivas, Mauritania, Perú, México, Suriname, Togo, Uruguay y Región de las Américas También ofrecimos asistencia técnica a Estados No Partes del CMCT, caso específico. A pesar de que Cuba no es Parte en el CMCT hemos prestado asistencia técnica para la implementación de las medidas de control de tabaco incluidas en el CMCT. De igual forma, hemos apoyado financieramente al Secretariado del CMCT para la aplicación del Plan de Trabajo aprobado por la COP para el fortalecimiento de la implementación del CMCT y la ratificación del Protocolo para la Eliminación del Comercio Ilícito de Productos de Tabaco. Hemos recibido asistencia técnica de: Comunidad Económica Europea, Brasil y Canadá. Hemos prestado asistencia técnica a: Brasil, Costa Rica, Colombia, Perú, Ecuador, México, Uruguay, MERCOSUR y Región de las Américas También ofrecemos asistencia técnica a Estados No Partes del CMCT, caso específico A pesar de que Cuba no es Parte en el CMCT hemos prestado asistencia técnica para la implementación de las medidas de control de tabaco incluidas en el CMCT. De igual forma, hemos apoyado financieramente al Secretariado del CMCT. WHO Region of the Americas
Papua New Guinea Assistance was received for the reviewing of the policy and legislation. There is a need for monitoring and continuous technical assistant if a technical person can be provided to work with the country. Assistance was received for the reviewing of the policy and legislation. There is a need for monitoring and continuous technical assistant if a technical person can be provided to work with the country. Assistance was received for the reviewing of the policy and legislation. There is a need for monitoring and continuous technical assistant if a technical person can be provided to work with the country. WHO Western Pacific Region
Paraguay Ministerio de Salud - Argentina Cooperación con la OPS/OMS Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Peru • Organización Panamericana de la Salud (recursos financieros para elaborar la propuesta del plan nacional de control del tabaco Perú 2021-2030, asesoría para regular y normar los nuevos productos de tabaco y soporte en la participación de la Pre COP8) * Cooperación de la Universidad Jonh Hopking - Programa Internacional de Liderazgo en Control de Tabaco en América Latina y el Caribe * Comisión Nacional Permanente de Lucha Antitabáquica - COLAT, Centro de Información y Educación para la Prevención del Abuso de Drogas - CEDRO y ONCOSALUD para la realización de programas de formación de líderes de control de tabaco entre funcionarios municipales y profesionales de la salud de diversas regiones del país. • Organización Panamericana de la Salud • Cooperación Sur – Sur secretario del CMCT Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Philippines • Vietnam, Study Visit on WHO FCTC Article 6, July 2-3, 2019, Manila • Myanmar, Study Visit on WHO FCTC Article 6, November 2019, Manila • Joint Mission of the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force (UNIATF) and the WHO FCTC Secretariat, May 2018, Manila TA from Brazil under SST for Article 17&18 (Philippine visit to Brazil, March 28-30, 2016) Output: 1) Philippine Action Plan during the Global Meeting on the Implementation of Articles 17&18 of the WHO FCTC; 2) Baseline Health Profiling Among Tobacco Farmers in Region 1 (on-going) TA of Philippines to Mongolia and Malaysia under SST for Article 6, October 19-21, 2016, Manila, Philippines TA of Philippine to Maldives and Nepal under SST for Article 6, December 4-8, 2017, Manila, Philippines. Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Poland Bureau for Chemical Substances participated as a collaborating partner in activities performed in the framework of EU Joint Action on Tobacco Control (JATC). The general objective of the JATC was to provide support for the implementation of the TPD throughout the 28 EU MS through the mining of EU-CEG data, supporting of laboratory collaborations and effort to evaluate priority additives. The specific aims of the project are: • To ensure appropriate coordination and evaluation • To support the dissemination of information to the public, regulators and researchers. • To enhance the ease of access to the data collected through the EU CEG • To monitor and provide support to the tasks of tobacco and e-cigarette product regulation • Assist EU MS networking and collaborations between laboratories for tobacco evaluation. • Support EU MS in the process of monitoring and updating priority additives • To integrate the JATC results into national policies As in the JATC the EU MS share their experiences and knowledge and in a way help each other “Assistance received” but also “Assistance provided” was chosen. Ministry of Health closely collaborate with World Health Organization (WHO) and European Commission (DG SANCO) World health Organization (WHO), Bloomberg Initiative (BI), European Commission (DG SANCO), World Bank (WB), World Lung Foundation (WLF), International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Open Society Institute (OS), US Advocacy Institute (AI), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Cancer Society (ACS), Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHU). World health Organization (WHO), Bloomberg Initiative (BI), European Commission (DG SANCO), World Bank (WB), World Lung Foundation (WLF), International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), Open Society Institute (OS), US Advocacy Institute (AI), US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American Cancer Society (ACS), Johns Hopkins School of Public Health (JHU). WHO European Region
Portugal Answer not provided PNPCT is part of the Joint Action on Tobacco Control promoted by the European Commission. The Director of the PNPCT was elected to join the Working Group WHO on measures to strengthen implementation of the Convention on Tobacco Control through Coordination and Cooperation, representing the European Region of the World Health Organization Answer not provided WHO European Region
Qatar Qatar is part of GCCs forum where Countries exchange assitance and support including infromation related to polices, and studies MOPH responsible for development, transfer and acquisition and delivering of technology, knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control - The addiction and rehabilitation center responsible for identification of methods for tobacco control, including comprehensive treatment of nicotine addiction. MOPH responsible for development, transfer and acquisition and delivering of technology, knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control - The addiction and rehabilitation center responsible for identification of methods for tobacco control, including comprehensive treatment of nicotine addiction. MOPH responsible for development, transfer and acquisition and delivering of technology, knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control - The addiction and rehabilitation center responsible for identification of methods for tobacco control, including comprehensive treatment of nicotine addiction. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Republic of Korea - Taking part in the WHO–hosted expert meeting on tobacco addition reduction measures, to promote how Korea has proactively approach to regulate novel tobacco products and dedicate to the development of key agenda of the 8th COP meeting (May 2018) - Participating in the 8th COP of WHO FCTC as one of legislating countries of the EU legislation(Draft) related to HTPs, to dedicate to the adoption of Decision that can be the basis to strengthen the novel tobacco products in Korea (Sep 2018) - Participating in the 1st Conference of the Parties of WHO FCTC protocol to eliminate illicit trade of tobacco products, to monitor and review implementation status of both parties and non-parties and their pending issues for swift ratification of Korea (Oct 2018) - Hosting “Global Forum on Tobacco Control 2018: Strengthening Evidence for Future Generations”, to share both the domestic and foreign academic grounds for the significance and necessity of promoting tobacco control policy, and to exchange countermeasures by discussing key achievements and issues related to local and global tobacco contents regulation and tobacco marketing regulation (Nov 2018) - Taking part in WHO hosted workshop on International investment treaty and public health to learn practical knowledge required to sign new treaties such as international investment treaty and recent disputes cases (Dec 2018) - Participating in the 5th WHO Expert Advisory Meeting for the development of tobacco regulatory behavioral plan in West Pacific Region, to monitor the regional trend regarding latest tobacco control policy development and its implementation (Feb 2019, Apr 2019) - Participate in expert workshop co-hosted by WHO and SEATA to share the latest opinion, international trend, and implementation protocol required to execute FCTC Article 9 and 10 (Mar 2019) - Planning and operating overseas workshop for high performing local smoking cessation services, to exchange domestic and global experiences of smoke cessation services provided by local autonomous governments (Jun 2019) - Taking part in WHO hosted Middle East Meeting on novel tobacco products regulation including e-cigarette and HTPs to promote the related local policies and monitor the development of international regulation on novel tobacco products (Jul 2019) - Hosting APQN(Asia Pacific Quitline Network) workshop to share experience and domestic cases on providing smoking cessation services in the Asia-Pacific region (Sep 2019) - Participating in the 3rd Global Tobacco Regulators Forum(GTRF) to discuss the action plan establishment of electronic nicotine delivery system(ENDS) (Sep. 2019) - Dispatching Young and capable researchers from tobacco control policy area to CTCRE of University of California San Francisco and SRITA of Standford University for information exchange (Nov 2019) Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Republic of Moldova FCTC Secretariat, WHO/Europe, European Union, FCTC Secretariat, WHO/Europe, European Union, FCTC Secretariat, WHO/Europe, European Union, WHO European Region
Romania Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Russian Federation Совместная работа с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов Евразийского экономического союза - Армения, Беларусь, Казахстан, Кыргызстан Report not provided Совместная работа с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов Евразийского экономического союза - Армения, Беларусь, Казахстан, Кыргызстан WHO European Region
Rwanda WHO has been providing financial and technical assistance in different training organized by MOH or other ministries involved in tobacco control as well as provision of financial support to celebrate World No tobacco day. WHO has been providing financial and technical assistance in different training organized by MOH or other ministries involved in tobacco control as well as provision of financial support to celebrate World No tobacco day. Report not provided WHO African Region
Saint Kitts and Nevis Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Lucia PAHO, WHO, CARPHA, The World Bank PAHO, WHO, CARPHA PAHO (including Tobacco Free Inititiative), CDC WHO Region of the Americas
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Samoa STEP Survey - World Bank Democratic Health Survey (DHS) - UNICEF, UNFPA, Samoa GYTS - WHO Investment Case Study - WHO FCTC, UNDP, Australia and UK Cessation Program, WHO, FCTC 2030 Project and Samoa Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
San Marino Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Sao Tome and Principe Recibimos en 2009 asistencia para elaboración del programa nacional de lucha anti tabaco, pero que ya se encuentra desactualizado Recibimos en 2009 asistencia para elaboración del programa nacional de lucha anti tabaco, pero que ya se encuentra desactualizado Report not provided WHO African Region
Saudi Arabia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal Le PNLT a reçu un financement du projet de renforcement de capacités dans le domaine de la lutte contre le tabac de la Fondation Bill et Mélinda GATES par l’intermédiaire de la Fondation pour le Renforcement de Capacités en Afrique (ACBF) 2016-2018. Depuis octobre 2018, le PNLT na reçu aucun fonds provenant de bailleurs sauf lappui du secrétariat de la CCLAT relatif à la mise en œuvre dun plan daction élaboré après la mission dévaluation des besoins et lorganisation de la journée mondiale sans tabac par OMS. Le PNLT a reçu un financement du projet de renforcement de capacités dans le domaine de la lutte contre le tabac de la Fondation Bill et Mélinda GATES par l’intermédiaire de la Fondation pour le Renforcement de Capacités en Afrique (ACBF) 2016-2018. Answer not provided WHO African Region
Serbia WHO Regional Office for Europe Bloomberg Initiative European Network for Smoking Cessation European Commission WHO Regional Office for Europe, and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health WHO Regional Office for Europe, EU (Instrument for pre-accession assistance/-IPA), National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health WHO European Region
Seychelles Technical assistance was received from different bodies, including several epidemiologists and public health specialists of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland (a WHO collaborating centre) Technical assistance was received from different bodies, including several epidemiologists and public health specialists of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland (a WHO collaborating centre) Technical assistance was received from different bodies, including several epidemiologists and public health specialists of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland (a WHO collaborating centre) WHO African Region
Sierra Leone Tobacco control programmes in Sierra Leone are largely dependent on international donor funding. The Government departments and agencies that implement tobacco control efforts mostly provide technical expertise for the development and implementation of programmes. The current donor is UK Government through FCTC 2030 Project. Cooperation with international agencies The most important cooperation agencies /institutions include the WHO Country Office, WHO AFRO, Convention Seceratriat and Knowledge hub centers (namely University of Cape Town). International Legal Consortium also provided support. ECOWAS in tobacco Taxation and illicit trade Control UNDP in the tobacco investment case Tobacco control programmes in Sierra Leone are largely dependent on international donor funding. The Government departments and agencies that implement tobacco control efforts mostly provide technical expertise for the development and implementation of programmes. The current donor is UK Government through FCTC 2030 Project. Cooperation with international agencies The most important cooperation agencies /institutions include the WHO Country Office, WHO AFRO, Convention Seceratriat and Knowledge hub centers (namely University of Cape Town). International Legal Consortium also provided support. ECOWAS in tobacco Taxation and illicit trade Control Answer not provided WHO African Region
Singapore Knowledge transfer In March 2019, HPB’s CEO Mr Zee Yoong Kang participated as a technical advisor to Victoria’s Quit Review Taskforce in Melbourne. In December 2019, Singapore brief Victoria’s Minister for Health and the Minister for Ambulance Services Jenny Mikakos on Singapore’s Multi-pronged tobacco control strategy in Singapore, including policy measures such as the MLA for tobacco and the ban on e-cigarettes. In the same month, Singapore also hosted the Thailand Youth Institute and shared about Singapore’s efforts to prevent the initiation of smoking in youth. 2019 26 to 28 March Workshop on Regulation of Tobacco Product Contents, Emissions and Design to Reduce Product Attractiveness (Articles 9 & 10 of WHO FCTC), which was held in Singapore, organized by HPB and SEATCH (includes visit to Cigarette Testing Laboratory) 20 & 21 August Health officials from Hong Kong Administrative Region Government (HKSARG) to learn about Singapore’s enforcement on ENDS (includes a visit to the Cigarette Testing Laboratory) 2 to 6 November Health Official from health department from various cities in China were in Singapore for a Strategic Health Communication course organised by VITAL Strategies and the course includes a visit to Cigarette Testing Laboratory. 7 Nov Officials from Health promotion & Management Department from National Health Insurance Service of the Republic of Korea to learn about Singapore’s Tobacco Control Programme, includes a visit to Cigarette Testing Laboratory 25 to 27 November Health officials from Sri Lanka, organised by WHO Western Pacific Regional Office (WPRO) to learn about Singapore’s tobacco control measures (includes a visit to the Cigarette Testing Laboratory) Knowledge transfer Singapore was invited as a technical advisor to conduct workshops on taxation policy and developing smoke-free environments in the lead up to the ASEAN SOHM meetings and SEATCA workshops. Between January 2016 and January 2018, Singapore hosted 32 study trips for Parties from the SEARO / WPRO regions. Besides sharing Singapore’s whole-of-government, multi-pronged tobacco control measures, these visits also provided Singapore and the visiting parties opportunities to discuss services such as establishing cessation services and enforcing graphic health warning labels. Subject matter for the study trips have been varied ranging from setting up cessation services/quit line, compliance and enforcement of graphic health warnings to taxation policy. 2016 Date Visitation Info 13 Jan Beijing Medical Delegation Visit 18 Jan Study Trip by the S. Korean University Students (Hosted by Substance Abuse Dept) 27-29 Jan Hong Kong Department of Health (Hosted by Youth Preventive Services) 8 Mar NTU-MFA Healthcare Visit* 4 Apr Nursing Visitors from Thailand (Hosted by YPS) 26 Apr MOH Brunei Visit 27-29 Apr MOH Malaysia Attachment of HPB 24-30 Jun ASEAN Fellowship Exchange Programme – Dr Kyi Lwin Oo, Myanmar 29 Jun Thai Delegation Field Study in Singapore 15 Jul NUS Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences – Site Visit for University of Berkeley Students* 2-3 Aug ASEAN Health Policy Fellowship – Dr Aizuniza Bte Abdullah (Public Health Physician at Ministry of Health HQ Putrajaya), Malaysia 11 Aug Nurses from Chongqing China (Nursing Pedagogy) (Hosted by YPS) 11 Aug Nursing Students from college of Tzu Chi Technology, Taiwan (Hosted by YPS) 22-26 Aug ASEAN Health Policy Fellowship – Dr Hajah Norol-Ehsan (Medical Officer, Health Promotion Center, Public Health Services, Ministry of Health, Brunei Darussalam) 7 Sep Deputy Permanent Secretary (Professional) – Dr Hajah Maslina Haji Mohsin, Ministry of Health Brunei 8 Sep Nurses from Chongqing China (Executive Nursing Management (Hosted by YPS) 20 Sep NUS-ISS Delegation from MFA Health Policy and the role of Data & Technology in Healthcare* 2-3 Nov Korea Chapter 2 Nov CSC Leaders 16 Dec Health Promotion Department, Daegu Metropolitan Government Office, Korea 2017 9 Feb Thai Official Under MOH ASEAN Fellowship – Dr Jirot Sindhvananda 7 Mar SSHSPH Visitors from Philippines and Cambodia 23 Mar Mongolia Senior Officials for the Leaders Visit Programme at NYPi, 20-24 Mar 2017 31 Mar Visit by Philippines Secretary of Health – Dr Paulyn Rosell-Ubial 7 Apr Mongolia Officials for the Managers Program of Public Health at NYPi, 3-14 Apr 2017 28 June Department of Health Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Phillippines Visit to Singapore, with representative from WHO Regional Office of Philippines, The Union and Bureau of International Health Cooperation 3-12 July Provision of technical training to Scientist from National Public Health Laboratory, Malaysia by CTL/HSA 18 Jul Delegation from Nepal (Hosted by Substance Abuse Dept) 28 Jul Delegation from Health Promotion Administration of Taiwan (Hosted by SHOD) 14 Aug Delegation under Thailand-Singapore Civil Service Exchange Programme (CSEP) 13 Nov Taiwanese Health Promotion Administration Visit 28 Nov Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service, Republic of Korea 2018 9 Jan Health Officials from Jambi City, Indonesia 22 Jan Macao Delegation from Macao Social Affairs and Culture (GSASC) and Health Bureau (SSM) Singapore was invited as a technical advisor to conduct workshops on taxation policy and developing smoke-free environments in the lead up to the ASEAN SOHM meetings and SEATCA workshops. Between 2014 and 2015, Singapore hosted seven study trips for Parties from the SEARO / WPRO regions. Besides sharing Singapore’s whole-of-government, multi-pronged tobacco control measures, these visits also provided Singapore and the visiting parties opportunities to discuss services such as settingup cessation services and enforcing graphic health warning labels. Subject matter for the study trips have been varied ranging from setting up cessation services/quit line, compliance and enforcement of graphic health warnings to taxation policy. HPB hosted the following foreign visits from 2014 to 2015 which had presentations on our tobacco control efforts. 2014 Date Visitation Info 10-14 Feb ASEAN Health Policy Fellowship from the Philippines 20 March Cambodia Study Visit to Singapore 1-2 April United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambulatory Health Services Study Visit to HPB 18 Aug Vietnam Study Visit to HPB 2015 11 Feb Thai Minister of Public Health Visit to HPB 25 Mar Vietnam Study Visit to HPB 23 Sept Department of Health Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Phillippines Visit to Singapore Technical Support / Capacity Building Programmes for region Singapore lead the validation of one method (Benzo[a]pyrene), participated and completed three methods: nicotine & humectants for the content and tobacco specific nitrosamines for the emissions. Currently, Singapore is supporting WHO TobLabNet in the global validation work of two remaining methods: aldehydes and volatile organics for the emissions, finalize Standard Operating Procedures and validation report for ammonia and humectants. Participated in regional and international meetings, workshop and activities in the provision of tobacco testing and capacities building to countries in the western pacific region, organized by World Health Organization-Preventable Non-Communicable Disease- Tobacco Free Initiatives (WHO-PND/TFI). WHO Western Pacific Region
Slovakia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Slovenia Report not provided Assistance was received from WHO and United Kingdom. Asistence was provided to Georgia, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Assistance was received from WHO and United Kingdom. WHO European Region
Solomon Islands WHO, WHO TFI, FCTC Convention secretariat , Secretariat of the South Pacific (SPC), McCabe Cancer Centre (Melbourne) WHO, WHO TFI, FCTC Convention secretariat , Secretariat of the South Pacific (SPC), McCabe Cancer Centre (Melbourne) Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
South Africa Received assistance from: -The WHO Country, Regional and Head Office, through the University of Pretoria -The Union, Department of Tobacco Control -Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -IDRC -WHO partners such as CTFK, CTCA and locally by UCT, SMU, SAMRC, NCAS, CANSA and other NGOs and CBOs Received assistance from: -The WHO Country, Regional and Head Office, through the University of Pretoria -The Union, Department of Tobacco Control -Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation -IDRC -WHO partners such as CTFK, CTCA and locally by UCT, SMU, SAMRC, NCAS, CANSA and other NGOs and CBOs Answer not provided WHO African Region
Spain Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Sri Lanka Assistance received: Assisted to adopt a protocol to eliminate illicit trade in tobacco products Received support to implement 2030 strategy for 5 years In the process of developing FCTC 2030 strategy Assistance received: Assisted to adopt a protocol to eliminate illicit trade in tobacco products Received support to implement 2030 strategy for 5 years In the process of developing FCTC 2030 strategy Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Sudan منظمة الصحة العالمية منظمة الصحة العالمية Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Suriname Assistance received from PAHO/WHO,CDC, FCTC Secretariat Financial and Technical collaboration received to strengthen tobacco control capacity in: - legislation and enforcement, - to implement surveys, - development of promotional material, - training of national officials in new models for tax and pricing, - cessation and treatment support - novel tobacco products Assistance received from PAHO, CDC, OAS and Healthy Caribbean Coalition, regional organisation, FCTC secretariat (South South Triangular cooperation) Assistance received from PAHO , OAS and Healthy Caribbean Coalition, regional organisation WHO Region of the Americas
Sweden Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Syrian Arab Republic Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Tajikistan Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Thailand Assistance provided: tobacco control experts from various parties such as OPTC, DDC, Ministry of Public Health, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), Chulalongkorn University, Mahidol University. Permission on picture health warnings granted for parties in ASEAN and other countries Assistance received: WHO representative to Thailand (WCO), WHO SEARO, WHO, SEATCA, ThaiHealth Promotion Foundation, Action on Smoking and Health Foundation Thailand (ASH), Tobacco Control Research and Knowledge Management center (TRC). Assistance provided: tobacco control experts from various parties such as BTC, DDC, Ministry of Public Health, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), Thai Health Professional Alliance Against Tobacco (THPAAT), Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University etc. Permission on picture health warnings granted for parties in ASEAN and other countries. Assistance received: WHO representative to Thailand (WCO), WHO SEARO, US CDC, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, and South East Asia Tobacco Control Allience (SEATCA) , Health Promotion Foundation, etc Assistance provided: tobacco control experts from various parties such as BTC, DDC, Ministry of Public Health, Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), Thai Health Professional Alliance Against Tobacco (THPAAT), Faculty of Public Health, Mahidol University etc. Permission on picture health warnings granted for parties in ASEAN and other countries. Assistance received: WHO representative to Thailand (WCO), WHO SEARO, US CDC, the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease, and South East Asia Tobacco Control Allience (SEATCA) , Health Promotion Foundation, etc WHO South-East Asia Region
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia WHO to Institute for Public Health WHO to Institute for Social Medicine Medical Faculty, Skopje WHO to Institute for Public Health WHO to Institute for Social Medicine Medical Faculty, Skopje WHO to Institute for Public Health WHO to Institute for Social Medicine Medical Faculty, Skopje WHO European Region
Timor-Leste The World Health organization (WHO) is a key organization that supports a lot in Timor-Leste for Tobacco Control Activities. The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Health was provided an opportunity of the training for the Government and Non-government institution participated in the South East Asia Region Tobacco Control Leadership Program in Myanmar. The World Health organization (WHO) is a key organization that supports a lot in Timor-Leste for Tobacco Control Activities. The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Health was provided an opportunity of the training for the Government and Non-government institution participated in the South East Asia Region Tobacco Control Leadership Program in Myanmar. Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Togo Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Tonga Assistance received from WHO, DFAT, Nossal Institute for Global Health, Quit Vicotoria, Vic Health Foundation, Lung Cancer Foundation, FCTC, Tonga Health Foundation Assistance provided to health care workers throughout Tonga included the outer islands; Assistance received from WHO, DFAT, Nossal Institute for Global Health, Quit Vicotoria, Vic Health Foundation, Lung Cancer Foundation, FCTC, Tonga Health Foundation Assistance provided to health care workers throughout Tonga included the outer islands; Assistance received from WHO, DFAT, Nossal Institute for Global Health, Quit Vicotoria, Vic Health Foundation, Lung Cancer Foundation, FCTC Assistance provided to health care workers throughout Tonga included the outer islands; TongaHealth Foundation WHO Western Pacific Region
Trinidad and Tobago Received: Technical support from PAHO Trinidad and Tobago and PAHO Washington - no financial aid in this reporting period. Provided: at this time, assistance as it relates to guidance regarding areas such as cessation and deployment of initiatives for World No Tobacco Day have been provided to the Regional Health Authorities. No financial assistance has been provided to these entities. Received: Technical support from PAHO Trinidad and Tobago and PAHO Washington - no financial aid in this reporting period Received: PAHO Trinidad and Tobago and PAHO Washington Provided: Regional Health Authorities, NGOs, other government ministries. WHO Region of the Americas
Tunisia Nous avons reçu de laide financière et technique de lOrganisation Mondiale de la Santé (OMS) La Jordanie est le seul pays Partie qui nous a fourni une aide technique en matière de formation en aide au sevrage tabagique Nous avons reçu de laide financière et technique de lOMS La Jordanie est le seul pays Partie qui nous a fourni une aide technique Nous avons reçu de laide financière et technique de lOMS La Jordanie est le seul pays Partie qui nous a fourni une aide technique WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Turkey Technical assistance on the implementation of the FCTC has been given to Jordan, Egypt and Indonesia by Turkey. To implement the plain packaging in Turkey pictures and related health warning have been allowed by EU to use by Turkey. On the other hand through the collaboration provided by FCTC Secretatiat to use the pictures in the WHO library the right of use of the pictures as well as related health warnings have been received from Thailand and Canada for a determined period of time. Technical assistance has been given to Jordan, Indonesia, Albania, Turkmenistan and WHO EMRO countries. Technical assistance has been given to Moldova, Iran, State of Palestine, Republic of Iraq, Albania, Turkmenistan, Tobacco Free Kids and WHO. WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Европейское региональное бюро Всемирной Организации Здравоохранения Европейское региональное бюро Всемирной Организации Здравоохранения Оказывается всесторонняя помощь со стороны ЕвроВОЗ и местного представительства ВОЗ: приглашение экспертов по различным направлениям, техническая помощь при исследованиях STEPS и GYTS, помощь в организации тренингов, организация визитов по обмену опытом и т.д. WHO European Region
Tuvalu Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Uganda Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Ukraine WHO, World Bank, and the Bloomberg Initiative. WHO, World Bank, and the Bloomberg Initiative. WHO and Bloomberg Initative. WHO European Region
United Arab Emirates التدريب على تنفيذ المسح العالمي إستهلاك التبغ بين اليافعين GYTS التدريب على تقديم خدمات الإقلاع عن التدخين Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland 15 countries have been selected for support through the FCTC 2030 project funded by the UK Government. They include: Cabo Verde; Cambodia; Chad ; Colombia; Egypt; El Salvador; Georgia; Jordan; Madagascar; Myanmar; Nepal; Samoa; Sierra Leone; Sri Lanka; and Zambia. A further 9 Parties were selected to join phase two of the project following an open call for applicants in late 2019. 15 countries have been selected for support through the FCTC 2030 project funded by the UK Government. They include: Cabo Verde; Cambodia; Chad ; Colombia; Egypt; El Salvador; Georgia; Jordan; Madagascar; Myanmar; Nepal; Samoa; Sierra Leone; Sri Lanka; and Zambia. Assistance provided to a number of countries on tobacco control measures. Assistance also received. WHO European Region
United Republic of Tanzania We do have a forum of sharing experience on tobacco control with members of East African Community (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi). We do have a forum of sharing experience on tobacco control with members of East African Community (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi). We do have a forum of sharing experience on tobacco control with members of East African Community (Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi). WHO African Region
Uruguay Se ha brindado asistencia a múltiples países a traves del Centro de Cooperacion Internacional para Control de Tabaco, (Centro de intercambio de conocimientos del Secretariado del CMCT en Uruguay) en especial en Art. 8, 11, 13 y 14, así como en fiscalizacion de la Política de Control de Tabaco. A través de este centro también se ha recibido asistencia. También se ha recibido asistencia de la Unión Internacional contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias (la Unión) a través de un grant. Se ha prestado asistencia a Colombia. Se ha recibido asistencia de la Unión Internacional contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias (la Unión) a través de un grant. Costa Rica, Ecuador, Colombia, Chile, Bolivia, Jamaica, Surinam, Georgia. Foro de Cooperación para América Latina. Foro de Cooperación para países del Caribe. WHO Region of the Americas
Uzbekistan Report not provided Report not provided Помощь была получена от ВОЗ, Европейского регионального бюро ВОЗ и Представительства ВОЗ в Узбекистане. WHO European Region
Vanuatu WHO Report not provided WHO WHO Western Pacific Region
Venezuela La República Bolivariana de Venezuela ha recibido la cooperación técnica de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud/Organización Mundial de la Salud (OPS/OMS), en cuanto a la capacitación para la implementación de la Encuesta de Tabaquismo en Estudiante de Profesiones de Salud 2011; ha cooperado técnicamente con los países (República del Ecuador, República Islámica de Irán, Australia,Panamá, entre otros) facilitando los pictogramas del sistema de advertencias sanitaria que implementa el país. El país ha compartido información técnica en materia regulatoria y en materia para el mejoramiento del acceso público al tratamiento para la cesación tabaquica con el MERCOSUR. Por otra parte, se entrego copia del acervo normativo en materia de control de tabaco al Estado de Palestina, representado por su Ministro de Salud en su visita al país en el año 2012. Report not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Viet Nam Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Yemen تقدم منظمة الصحة العالمية الدعم الفني واللوجستي لبرنامج مكافحة التبغ تدريب وندوات وورش عمل ومسوحات وغيرها من أنشطة مكافحة التبغ تقدم منظمة الصحة العالمية الدعم الفني واللوجستي لبرنامج مكافحة التبغ تدريب وندوات وورش عمل ومسوحات وغيرها من أنشطة مكافحة التبغ تقدم منظمة الصحة العالمية الدعم الفني واللوجستي لبرنامج مكافحة التبغ تدريب وندوات وورش عمل ومسوحات وغيرها من أنشطة مكافحة التبغ WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Zambia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Zimbabwe World Health Organization, European Union through WHO FCTC (Implementation of Art 17 & 18) and Center for Disease Control World Health Organization, European Union through WHO FCTC (Implementation of Art 17 & 18) and Center for Disease Control World Health Organization and Center for Disease Control WHO African Region
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