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Afghanistan only about 25000 USD for specific plan for 2016 as a post assessment country we received to implement our plan, now we request more resources for continuation of activities which is pending only about 25000 USD for specific plan for 2016 as a post assessment country we received to implement our plan, now we request more resources for continuation of activities which is pending 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 Technical assistance has been provided by the WHO to Angola for the elaboration of the Draft Bill on Tobacco Control, as well as to review prices and taxation on tobacco products. Technical assistance has been provided by the WHO to Angola for the elaboration of the Draft Bill on Tobacco Control, as well as to review prices and taxation on tobacco products. Technical assistance has been provided by the WHO to Angola for the elaboration of the Draft Bill on Tobacco Control, as well as to review prices and taxation on tobacco products. WHO African Region
Antigua and Barbuda Training workshops, financial/ resource support, technical cooperation, information exchange, media campaign materials Report not provided Training workshops, financial/ resource support, technical cooperation, information exchange WHO Region of the Americas
Armenia We have several non governmental organisations which performs different healthy lifestyle and public awareness campaigns and we cooperate with all of them, for example Be informed NGO and Armenian Consumer Association, Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Australia The Australian Government Department of Health and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provide funding for the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer Intensive Legal Training Program (the Program). As an example of information sharing, the Australian Government Department of Health regularly responds to requests for licensing of our graphic health warnings. The Australian Government Department of Health and the Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade provide funding for the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer Intensive Legal Training Program (the Program) under the Aid for Trade program. As an example of information sharing, the Australian Government Department of Health regularly responds to requests for licensing of our graphic health warnings. Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Austria VIVID - Institute for the prevention of addiction provides data which are relevant for tobacco Control and tobacco prevention in General. VIVID is part of the German Network "Tobacco and Childrens rights". In this context they publish a factsheet and a brochure togehter and they are learning from each other. Furthermore VIVID is part of the international Network "Addiction prevention", with similar German, Suisse and Italian ("South Tyrol") institutions. And VIVID is cooperating with the international network "Tobacco free Kids", who advocate tobacco control at a very global Level. This network wrote letters to social platforms like Facebook and Instagram to get sure that they dont accept hidden advertising for e-cigarettes and tobacco heaters. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Azerbaijan The Public Health and Reforms Center of the MoH was actively involved into Bloomberg Initiative projects: in 2016 - “Strengthening tobacco control legislation in Azerbaijan” project, and in 2018 - “Developing multi-sectoral tobacco control mechanisms in Azerbaijan” project The Public Health and Reforms Center of the MoH was actively involved into Bloomberg Initiative project 2016 - “Strengthening tobacco control legislation in Azerbaijan” project. Two nominees from the Public Health and Reforms Center of the MoH participated in the 2017 European Regional Tobacco Control Leadership Program have been held by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health (3-9 September, 2017, in Kiev, Ukraine). In April, 2017, the delegate from the Public Health and Reforms Center of the MoH participated on the "Tobacco control and Identifying Tobacco Taxes" event in Washington, DC, jointly organised by the World Banks Tobacco Control sector and WHO. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Bahamas Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bahrain (Kingdom of) assistance was provided and received recently in regards to updating tobacco products standardized specifications. assistance was provided and received recently in regards to updating tobacco products standardized specifications. Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Bangladesh NTCC Coordinator Mr. Khairul Alam Sheikh attended two programs on TAPS issues in India and Nepal in 2019 Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Barbados The Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennial Work Plan The Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennial Work Plan Limited support from the Pan American Health Organization usually through the Biennium Work Programme. WHO Region of the Americas
Belarus Проведение обучающих семинаров, консультаций с представителями и экспертами ВОЗ, организованных Страновым офисом ВОЗ в Беларуси, изучение опыта других стран в рамках конференций, сессий, проводимых под эгидой ВОЗ, взаимодействие со специалистами Странового офиса ВОЗ в организации и проведении вторых Европейских игр, как мероприятия, свободного от табака, участие в пресс-конференциях, посвященных Всемирному дню без табака, Дню некурения. 22 февраля 2016 -- участие во встрече представителей организаций-партнеров программы по борьбе против табака из стран Евразийского экономического союза, посвященной стратегическому планированию деятельности программы 02 марта 2016 г. в г. Москва (Российская Федерация). Участие в семинаре по вопросам укрепления потенциала СМИ в борьбе против табака 03-04 марта 2016 г. в г. Москва (Российская Федерация).Проведение обучающих семинаров, консультаций с представителями и экспертами ВОЗ, организованных Страновым офисом ВОЗ в Беларуси, изучение опыта других стран в рамках конференций, сессий, проводимых под эгидой ВОЗ,ь 03-09.09 - .участие в Европейской региональной программе по развитию лидерских качеств для борьбы с табакокурением (Украина, г.Киев), организованной Европейским региональным бюро Всемирной организации здравоохранения и Школой общественного здравоохранения Джона Хопкинса Блумберга, 22 февраля 2016 -- участие во встрече представителей организаций-партнеров программы по борьбе против табака из стран Евразийского экономического союза, посвященной стратегическому планированию деятельности программы 02 марта 2016 г. в г. Москва (Российская Федерация). Участие в семинаре по вопросам укрепления потенциала СМИ в борьбе против табака 03-04 марта 2016 г. в г. Москва (Российская Федерация).Проведение обучающих семинаров, консультаций с представителями и экспертами ВОЗ, организованных Страновым офисом ВОЗ в Беларуси, изучение опыта других стран в рамках конференций, сессий, проводимых под эгидой ВОЗ. WHO European Region
Belgium Des échanges de données, connaissances, experiences se font de manière structurel entre pays de lUnion européenne. BE a participé à deux workshops (organisé par la Commission européenne en 2019) à destination des authorités de Bosnie sur le commerce illicites et les législations anti-tabac UE. Elle y a partagé son expérience. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Belize PAHO -Belize office provides us with a lot of technical support and financial support specifically for the World No Tobacco Day activities. NDACC-Belize does not get any other technical or financial support from nongovernmental organizations for tobacco control. Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Benin subvention CTCA 2019 2021 aide lélaboration du plan stratégique de lutte antitabac 2016-2020 mise en place du comité multisectoriel de lutte antitabac atelier de sensibilisation des parlementaires sur le projet de loi à Voter Answer not provided WHO African Region
Bhutan Assistance received to implement Tobacco Control activities from WHO Assistance received to implement Tobacco Control activities from WHO Assistance received to implement Tobacco Control activities from WHO WHO South-East Asia Region
Bolivia (Plurinational State of) Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Bosnia and Herzegovina Assistance was received under two Projects funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) in Bosnia and Herzegovina: -Reducing Health Risk Factors Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented by the World Bank – Country Office in BiH, -Strengthening and Improvement of Modern and Sustainable Public Health Strategies, Capacities and Services to Improve Health of the Population in Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented by the World Health Organization – Country Office in BiH. Above projects were implemented in the period 2013-2018. Three TAIEX workshops on tobacco control issues were held in Bosnia and Herzegovina from 2018-2019. Focus was on the following topics: Presentation of 2014/40/EU Tobacco Products Directive; Combatting the Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products: Tracking and tracing system; Standards for Safety and quality of electronic cigarettes containing nicotine and water pipe tobacco. These workshops were highly attended by representatives of relevant institutions from different sectors and administrative levels in BiH. Assistance was received under two Projects funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) in Bosnia and Herzegovina: -Reducing Health Risk Factors Project in Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented by the World Bank – Country Office in BiH, -Strengthening and Improvement of Modern and Sustainable Public Health Strategies, Capacities and Services to Improve Health of the Population in Bosnia and Herzegovina, implemented by the World Health Organization – Country Office in BiH. World Bank Project WHO Project WHO European Region
Botswana Training on GYTS was provided by WHO towards end of 2009. Every year WHO assist with educational materials for World No Tobacco Day. The local television and radio station provide free slot for public awareness and pulicity of some anti tobacco activities. Local authorities provides financial asistance for world no tobacco day commemoration. Training on GYTS was provided by WHO towards end of 2009. Every year WHO assist with educational materials for World No Tobacco Day. The local television and radio station provide free slot for public awareness and pulicity of some anti tobacco activities. Local authorities provides financial asistance for world no tobacco day commemoration. Report not provided WHO African Region
Brazil - In May 2016, the Executive Secretariat of CONICQ - National Cancer Institute - was redesignated as a Collaborating Center of the Pan American Health Organization / WHO on Tobacco Control by June 2020. In the Work Plan for this redesignation a cooperation action is planned with Latin American countries and the Portuguese-speaking countries, especially with the Africans. This action provides for the exchange of experiences, information, research, materials and other collaborations to be identified. - Brazil has been cooperating with several countries on different topics, such as national coordinating mechanism, national plans and programs for tobacco control and cessation program, for example. Brazil, as part of its Collaborating Center, worked directly with Portuguese-speaking African country, (Cape Verde), technically training them to develop national plans and programs and discussing cessation program implementation. - Between May 8 and 10, 2017, a meeting was organized by the Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in Montevideo, Uruguay. The event entitled "South-South and triangular cooperation to promote the implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in the era of Sustainable Development Goals" aimed at bringing together developing countries, Knowledge Hubs, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations in order to establish agreements, partnerships and projects to streamline the implementation of tobacco control policies. During the event, Brazil was recognized not only for its history of strong action in the tobacco control policy historically carried out by the National Cancer Institute, but also for its expertise in building national coordination mechanisms, for having created a Commission to subsidize the Brazilian position in the negotiations of the FCTC and to be the first country in the world to implement through a Presidential Decree, in 2003, a mechanism for coordination multisectoral project - National Commission for Tobacco Control (CONICQ) - initially responsible for participating in the ratification process of the FCTC and subsequently implementing the articles of the Framework Convention in Brazil. Due to his experience in the topic, Brazil was invited to coordinate the discussion table on the implementation of Article 5.2 of the FCTC. Based on the demands of the countries, a proposed international cooperation project for the implementation of a National Coordination mechanism, with funding from the Convention Secretariat, Brazil developed with the support of FCTC Secretariat a Workshop in the Philippines in April 18 to 20, 2018. Due to the sucess of this project and the commitment of Brazil to share its experience, encouraging the implementation of art. 5of the FCTC, an agreement was signed with Colombia to develop two technical workshops, one in 2019 and one in 2020. For the first workshop, which took place in August 2019, 4 video conferences were held with about 2 hours and the demand for 8 days of preparation of technical materials and presentations. A similar process is being developed with Cabo Verde, in which Brazilian team promoted a capacity building workshop on a national coordination mechanism took place from February 11 to 15, 2019; with the participation of 2 staff from Brazil. Due to the demand of Cape Verde, Brazil, throught The Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, adapted its winter course of Tobacco control policies from the National School of Public Health to train five students, among them 3 invited Cabo Verde Students. The course occurred among September 02 to 13, 2019. Additionally, the Brazilian National Cancer Institute (INCA), througth is cessassion Division, promoted a mission with training course between October, 13 to 17 de 2019. the course promoted managerial training in a cessation program. The Brazilian treatment program was presented with exposure of the Brazilian methodology to health agents. In relation to the recent FCTC Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade, on December 3 and 4, 2019, Brasilia hold the International Workshop to promote the ratification and implementation of the FCTC Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. Representatives and International experts preesnted the most importante aspects of the Protocol and the next steps to be implemented. There were representatives from Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay. - In May 2016, the Executive Secretariat of CONICQ - National Cancer Institute - was redesignated as a Collaborating Center of the Pan American Health Organization / WHO on Tobacco Control by June 2020. In the Work Plan for this redesignation a cooperation action is planned with the Portuguese-speaking countries, especially with the Africans. This action provides for the exchange of experiences, information, research, materials and other collaborations to be identified. - Brazil has been cooperating with several countries on different topics, such as flavor additives, health warnings and diversification of tobacco production, for example. - A meeting was held in June 2017 to involve the Parties to the WHO FCTC which have not yet complied with the implementation reports of the Convention since their accession and to train them to prepare the reports, providing all the practical skills necessary for successful completion. Brazil, as part of its Collaborating Center, worked directly with Portuguese-speaking African countries (Cape Verde, Angola and Guinea), technically training them to produce these reports. - Between May 8 and 10, 2017, a meeting was organized by the Secretariat of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in Montevideo, Uruguay. The event entitled "South-South and triangular cooperation to promote the implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in the era of Sustainable Development Goals" aimed at bringing together developing countries, Knowledge Hubs, intergovernmental and non-governmental organizations in order to establish agreements, partnerships and projects to streamline the implementation of tobacco control policies. During the event, Brazil was recognized not only for its history of strong action in the tobacco control policy historically carried out by the National Cancer Institute, but also for its expertise in building national coordination mechanisms, for having created a Commission to subsidize the Brazilian position in the negotiations of the FCTC and to be the first country in the world to implement through a Presidential Decree, in 2003, a mechanism for coordination multisectoral project - National Commission for Tobacco Control (CONICQ) - initially responsible for participating in the ratification process of the FCTC and subsequently implementing the articles of the Framework Convention in Brazil. Due to his experience in the topic, Brazil was invited to coordinate the discussion table on the implementation of Article 5.2 of the FCTC. Based on the demands of the countries present at the meeting, a proposed international cooperation project was developed during the conference to develop a Smart Approach model for the implementation of a National Coordination mechanism, with funding from the Convention Secretariat, Brazil being the provider country and Costa Rica, Togo and the Philippines as beneficiary countries. The main objective of the project is to promote a comprehensive implementation of the FCTC in the participating countries by creating or strengthening a National Coordination Mechanism (NCM) to prioritize tobacco control policies within the governmental agenda and ensure the creation or coordination of the multisectoral response to control smoking at different levels of governance. As a result of the project, Brazil prepared a questionnaire for the recipient countries to allow a diagnosis of the updated situation regarding the implementation of Article 5.2 of the FCTC in those countries. Based on information from each country and Brazilian history on intersectorial cooperation strategies in the area of ​​tobacco control policies, the Brazilian team formed by representatives of the Conicq Executive Secretariat, INCA representative and consultants contracted by the Convention Secretariat prepared the " General Guidelines for Smart Approach " which will include a methodology related to mapping and stakeholder engagement, which will be presented at a Workshop in the three recipient countries throughout 2018. The first workshop will be held in the Philippines from April 18 to 20, 2018. xxx WHO Region of the Americas
Brunei Darussalam WHO Tobacco Collaborating Centre for Tobacco Cessation and Respiratory Diseases Prevention, China - Train-the-Trainer workshop on brief tobacco interventions. WHO WPRO – Funding to attend the following meeting: i) Regional Preparatory Workshop for the Eighth Session of the Conference of the Parties (COP8) to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC); and ii) Consultation to Develop a Regional Action Plan for Tobacco Control on the Western Pacific Region (2020-2030). SEATCA - Provided funding to attend related training workshops; provided advice on some aspects of tobacco control programme in Brunei; compiled information from Brunei for the publication of ASEAN Tobacco Control Report. Tobacco and Alcohol Control Office (TACO) of the Department of Health, Hong Kong - Connecting with Patients for Tobacco Free Living provided by Mayo Clinic. SEATCA - Provided funding to attend related training workshops; provided advice on some aspects of tobacco control programme in Brunei; compiled information from Brunei for the publication of ASEAN Tobacco Control Report. Kiribati - provided permission to use the PHW available in WHO database. Workshop for the development of National Action Plan on Tobacco Control, facilitated by Dr. Susan Mercado. Malaysia – Assistance for the commencement of the smoking cessation programme and operational issues, provided information requested by Malaysia. Singapore – Assistance in drafting the current tobacco control legislation and operational issues, assistance in obtaining images for the next rotation of PHWs. Thailand – Assistance in obtaining images for the next rotation of PHWs. Indonesia – Shared experience of implementing PHWs. WHO WPRO – i) Assistance in developing the National Tobacco Control Action Plan. ii) Information and advisories on the use of ENDS iii) Brunei Darussalam hosted the “WHO Meeting on Generic Packaging of Tobacco Products” from 10-11 January 2012. Australia – Assisting in the establishment of Quitline. Korea - Assisting in the establishment of Quitline. Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Bulgaria Under the Biennial Collaborative Agreement 2018-2019 between MoH of Bulgaria and WHO Regional Office - Europe - activities related with technical assistance to implement cost-effective and affordable measures to reduce tobacco use and promote implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. Also, in the new BCA 2020-21 - planned activities for the implementation of FCTC with focus on the article 5.3. strengthening at country level with active participation of key stakeholders. Implementation of GYTS. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Burkina Faso Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Burundi Le renforcement des capacités de la part du Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Lutte contre le Sida Report not provided Le renforcement des capacités de la part du Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la Lutte contre le Sida WHO African Region
Cabo Verde La Cabo Verde a reçu da la OMS laide finacières et tecnicques pour la prodution des materiels de la sensibilization et de capacitations. La Cabo Verde a reçu da la OMS laide finacières et tecnicques pour la prodution des materiels de la sensibilization et de capacitations. La Cabo Verde a reçu da la OMS laide finacières et tecnicques pour la prodution des materiels de la sensibilization et de capacitations. WHO African Region
Cambodia The UNION Answer not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Cameroon Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Canada Complimenting Canada’s domestic engagement in tobacco control activities and health policy, Canada’s International Development Research Center (IDRC) provides funding to support low- and middle-income country (LMIC) researchers to develop the local evidence needed to inform the adoption and effective implementation of tobacco control policies. During the period from 1 January 2018 to 31 December 2019, IDRC allocated 4.2 million CAD to various research projects aiming to better understand and contribute to the economic rationale for tobacco control in LMICs. This investment included a financial contribution from Cancer Research UK (CRUK) under the Economics of Tobacco Control initiative. For further information, please visit https://www.idrc.ca/en/initiative/economics-tobacco-control-research-initiative List of IDRC-CRUK funded projects for the reported period: – Measuring tobacco-attributable costs and illicit trade effects for optimal tobacco tax scenarios in 8 Latin America countries – The Economics of Waterpipe Tobacco Smoking in the Eastern Mediterranean – Strengthening the evidence for advancing tobacco control policy in Mexico, Colombia, and India – Making Tobacco Taxation Work in Vietnam – The Economics of Tobacco Control in Nigeria: Fostering an Effective Tobacco Control Policy Implementation in Nigeria – Tobacco tax reforms for health and economic development in Sub-Saharan Africa – Improving the implementation of tobacco taxation in Southeast Asia Canada provided technical information to both countries on measures to regulate flavours in tobacco products. Health Canada supported Articles 22 and 26 through contribution agreements, during the previous reporting period and continues to provide assistance into the current reporting period. Activities support capacity building, and technical assistance supporting tobacco control policies. Specific funding was provided to the WHO Tobacco Free Initiative (NCD) for the validation of analytical chemical; methods for testing and measuring cigarette contents and emissions. In addition, funding was also provided in 2015 to support the work of the expert group on impact assessment of the WHO FCTC. Complimenting Canadas domestic engagement in tobacco control activities and health policy, Canadas International Development Research Center (IDRC) provides funding to support Low and Middle Income Countries (LMIC) researchers to develop the local evidence needed for tobacco control policies and to inform the adoption and effective implementation of tobacco control policies. During the period January 1 to 31 December 2015, IDRC allocated slightly in excess of $1,000,000 (CAD) addressing FCTC measures on tobacco cultivation, taxation, health warning labels and to disseminating and opening access to economic data to assist in preventing tobacco related diseases. For further information, please visit www.idrc.ca. WHO Region of the Americas
Central African Republic Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Chad les aides récues: OMS et FCTC : organisaation chaque année de journée mondiale sans tabac, réalisation des ateliers national sur le commerve illicite et la lutte antitanac, VITAL STRATEGIES : organisation campagne de masse mediatique ( spot publicitaire télévisée et radiodifusée) sur limage de cancer de bouchee liée au tabac (image de IDRISSA) pendant trois mois ( novembre 2016 à JANVIER 2017); FCTC 2030 : projet de ise en oeuvre globale de FCTC 2030 de 2017 à 2021. Ce qui nous a permi dee réaliser une évaluation des besoins, évaluation de limpact des aavertissements sanitairees phase I, évalubore trois Decret et deux aarreté dapplication loi 10, etc Union: réalisaation dun atelier sur la taxation avec le ministère de finance en 2016; des voyaages déchange sur la lutte antitabac. AIDE FOURNI: AUX NGOS cités en haut dans le dommaine de renforcement des capacités des acteurs ( medias sur article 5.3; Mairie sur la mise en oeuvre des legislations et mefaits de tabac; certaines NGOS sur lutte antitabac et législations= les aides récues: OMS et FCTC : organisaation chaque année de journée mondiale sans tabac, réalisation des ateliers national sur le commerve illicite et la lutte antitanac, VITAL STRATEGIES : organisation campagne de masse mediatique ( spot publicitaire télévisée et radiodifusée) sur limage de cancer de bouchee liée au tabac (image de IDRISSA) pendant trois mois ( novembre 2016 à JANVIER 2017); FCTC 2030 : projet de ise en oeuvre globale de FCTC 2030 de 2017 à 2021. Ce qui nous a permi dee réaliser une évaluation des besoins, évaluation de limpact des aavertissements sanitairees phase I, évalubore trois Decret et deux aarreté dapplication loi 10, etc Union: réalisaation dun atelier sur la taxation avec le ministère de finance en 2016; des voyaages déchange sur la lutte antitabac. AIDE FOURNI: AUX NGOS cités en haut dans le dommaine de renforcement des capacités des acteurs ( medias sur article 5.3; Mairie sur la mise en oeuvre des legislations et mefaits de tabac; certaines NGOS sur lutte antitabac et législations= Report not provided WHO African Region
Chile Se ha recibido apoyo por partes de organizaciones no gubernamentales internacionales tal como la Unión Internacional contra la tuberculosis asociada principalmente al apoyo en la modificación de la ley 19.419 referida a empaquetado plano, prohibición de exhibición de los productos de tabaco y prohibición de aditivos. Este Convenio finalizo en octubre 2017. Se ha recibido apoyo por partes de organizaciones no gubernamentales internacionales tal como la Unión Internacional contra la tuberculosis asociada principalmente al apoyo en la modificación de la ley 19.419 referida a empaquetado plano, prohibición de exhibición de los productos de tabaco y prohibición de aditivos. Este Convenio finalizo en octubre 2017. Se ha recibido apoyo por partes de organizaciones no gubernamentales internacionales tal como la Unión Internacional contra la tuberculosis asociada principalmente al apoyo en la modificación de la ley 19.419 referida a empaquetado plano de productos, prohibición de exhibición de los productos de tabaco y prohibición de aditivos WHO Region of the Americas
China 1.中国疾控中心与世界卫生组织、美国疾控中心合作开展成人烟草流行监测,掌握我国各类人群烟草流行现状及趋势;中日医院申请世界卫生组织2018-2019双年度合作项目,更新《中国吸烟危害健康报告》。 2.在彭博基金、盖茨基金的支持下,卫生健康系统各单位开展无烟立法执法、无烟环境建设、控烟宣传、能力建设、科学研究等工作。 3.2019年11月中国控烟协会与世界卫生组织联合举办中国控烟高层研讨会暨第十届海峡两岸及香港澳门地区烟害防治研讨会。 4.2018、2019年,中日医院联合世界卫生组织举办实施第14条准则国际研讨会,来自蒙古、马来西亚、越南、老挝、柬埔寨、文莱、斐济等西太区国家的代表参加了会议;联合英国伦敦大学玛丽皇后学院举办全国戒烟医师培训班。 5. 2019年6月26-28日,对外经贸大学与世界卫生组织共同主办烟草税与烟草经济国际培训研讨会,对来自于中国和周边国家柬埔寨、越南、菲律宾、巴基斯坦、缅甸、尼泊尔的财税部门官员进行了烟草税政策模拟和政策评估的技术培训。 6.对外经贸大学承担了萨摩亚、俄罗斯、印度尼西亚、塞拉利昂、汤加王国等国家的烟草税收政策有关研究。 1.与世界卫生组织、美国疾控中心合作开展烟草流行监测,掌握我国各类人群烟草流行现状及趋势; 2.在世界卫生组织支持下,开发适合国情的戒烟服务指南,建立戒烟服务网络,开展戒烟技能培训; 3.开展科学研究,评估控烟政策效果,为控烟立法提供依据,加强控烟宣传工作。 WHO控烟能力建设项目,无烟环境促进项目,中美无烟工作场所伙伴项目,14城市成人烟草调查项目,无烟立法项目;2014年7月和2015年9月中国举办两期亚洲戒烟热线工作坊培训,来自蒙古,缅甸,菲律宾和文莱的学员参加了培训。 WHO Western Pacific Region
Colombia El Ministerio de Salud y Protección Social inició el proceso de gestión ante la Secretaría del Convenio para el desarrollo de la misión de evaluación de necesidades, en virtud de los artículos 21 y 26 del CMCT. Este ejercicio de evaluación de necesidades consiste en un revisión de fuentes primarias y secundarias para la evaluación del estado de implementación del tratado, con la cual, se formulan unas recomendaciones para mejorar el proceso de aplicación del CMCT. Así las cosas, a finales del año 2012, la misión asistió al país, conformada por la Secretaría del CMCT, la OPS/OMS, el Banco Mundial y el PNUD. El informe final resultado de este ejercicio de evaluación de necesidades, el cual fue socializado en 2013 con todas las entidades involucradas y competentes en control de tabaco. En este mismo año, se llevó a cabo el Taller Regional de las Américas para la implementación del Convenio Marco. En este Taller participaron delegaciones de los Estado Parte y No Parte de la Región de las Américas, y organizaciones internacionales como el Banco Mundial, la Organización Mundial de Aduanas, el PNUD, la Secretaría del CMCT, la OMS y la OPS/OMS. Paralelo a estos primeros ejercicios de cooperación técnica, se han desarrollado proyectos de cooperación internacional Sur-Sur con Uruguay (advertencias sanitarias y cesación), Brasil (acción intersectorial), y El Salvador (advertencias sanitarias y estrategias de comunicación). De los proyectos de cooperación internacional en control de tabaco más destacado, es el que se conoce como FCTC 2030. En 2017, Colombia fue seleccionada como uno de los 15 países en el mundo que hacen parte del Proyecto de cooperación internacional FCTC 2030 el cual, con recursos del Gobierno del Reino Unido y del Gobierno de Australia, busca apoyar durante cuatro años (a 2021) el proceso de implementación del Convenio Marco, y así contribuir al logro de los objetivos y metas establecidos en la Agenda de Desarrollo Sostenible. Para el Proyecto en Colombia, se contemplaron las siguientes 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; d) desarrollo de una Estrategia Nacional de comunicación en control de tabaco. En noviembre de 2017, se realizó el lanzamiento oficial del Proyecto que contó con la participación de delegados de la Secretaría del Convenio Marco, de la OMS, de la OPS/OMS y del PNUD, así como de los diversos sectores y actores competentes en control de tabaco. Entre 2018 y 2019, los años en los que se han asignado recursos para la ejecución de las actividades del Proyecto, la gestión se ha concentrado en las prioridades definidas en el proyecto, y en la importancia de asegurar la coordinación entre las actividades y lo planteado estratégicamente en el Proyecto. Esto significa, que en los procesos de planificación anual, se ha buscado asegurar que las actividades propuestas permitan y faciliten el logro de los objetivos propuestos en el marco del Proyecto FCTC 2030. Así, y con el concurso de todos los miembros del equipo de control de tabaco, se ha asumido la gestión para el desarrollo idóneo de cada una de las actividades propuestas. En 2019 se continuó con el entrenamiento en cesación y fiscalización sanitaria de control de tabaco, el desarrollo de la iniciativa de cooperación Sur-Sur con Brasil para el fortalecimiento de la acción intersectorial en control de tabaco. Adicionalmente, se avanzó en el desarrollo de una estrategia de comunicaciones en control de tabaco. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Comoros Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Congo Lélaboration de larrêté sur la mise en oeuvre du décret 2018-217 du 5 juin 2018, portant conditionnement et étiquetage du tabac et de ses produits a été financé à la hauteur de 1.060.000frs par lOMS et la réalisation de lenquête GYTS à hauteur de 8.800.000frs CFA Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Cook Islands Assistance received – technical training, funding and personnel assistance from the above WHO Offices mentioned in 4.7, including exchange of information. Assistance received – technical training, funding and personnel assistance from the above WHO Offices mentioned in 4.7, including exchange of information. Assistance received – technical training, funding and personnel assistance from the above WHO Offices mentioned in 4.7, including exchange of information. WHO Western Pacific Region
Costa Rica Asesoría técnica y regulatoria en diferentes temas: 1) Análisis de emisión de humo de tabaco en cigarrillos en laboratorio. 2) Sistemas Electrónicos de Administración de Nicotina Y Sistemas Similares Sin Nicotina: aspectos técnicos y regulatorios. 3) Productos de tabaco calentado y productos innovadores. 4) Trazabilidad fiscal de productos de tabaco. Actualmente se está gestionando un proyecto de cooperación triangular sur-sur con la Secretaría del Convenio Marco junto con el Instituto del Cáncer de Brasil, y se encuentran involucrados Togo y Filipinas. El objetivo consiste proponer algunas alternativas y herramientas que permitan impulsar espacios y acciones para avanzar en la implementación del Artículo 5.2 del CMCT. En proceso de desarrollo en el 2018 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 c WHO Region of the Americas
Côte d'Ivoire - Aide financière reçue pour lorganisation de voyage détude et de partage dexpérience; -Aide financière et technique reçues pour des programmes de formation à lendroit des décideurs, des administrateurs des services publics, - Aide technique reçue pour des missions de plaidoyer; - Aide logistique et financière aux ONG locales pour des activités de formation et de sensibilisation au niveau communautaire; -Aide fournie à trois Société savante de Côte dIvoire dans le cadre de la promotion de la recherche sur le tabagisme, -Aide technique fournie à des organismes publics dans le cadre dactivité de sensibilisation. - Aide financière reçue pour lorganisation de voyage détude et de partage dexpérience; -Aide financière et technique reçues pour lorganisation datelier de renforcement de capacité, - Aide technique reçue pour des missions de plaidoyer - Aide logistique et financière aux ONG locales pour des activités formation et de sensibilisation au niveau communautaire Answer not provided WHO African Region
Croatia European Commission supporting us in the process of transposing the Directive 2014/40/EU in the national law through meetings, materials and exchange of information and knowledge. WHO supporting us in implementation of FCTC through meetings: (Training workshop on the enforcement of tobacco control legislation, Sofia, Bulgaria, 29.10.2019.-1.11.2019; WHO FCTC Article 5.3 and Novel Tobacco Products, Kyiv/Ukraine, 27.-30.11.2018); Pre-Conference of the Parties Meeting for the WHO European Region, Lisbon/Portugal, 10.-13.9.2018) European Comission supporting us in the process of transposing the Directive 2014/40/EU in the national law through meetings, materials and exchange of information and knowledge. WHO supporting us in implementation of FCTC through meetings: (Sub-regional meeting on the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, Budva, Montenegro, 24-27 October 2016; Sub-regional workshop “The role of advocacy in the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control”, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 18-19 May 2017; European Regional Meeting on the implementation of the WHO FCTC - Heidelberg, Germany, 30 November to 1 December 2017) European Comission supporting us in the process of transposing the Directive 2014/40/EU in the national law through meetings, materials and exchange of information and knowledge. WHO supporting us in implementation of FCTC through meetings (Moscow, Russian Federation, 24-25 February 2015; Tirana, Albania, 18-20 November 2015), materials and exchange of information and knowledge and matters in accordance with the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. NIH & NCI support for attending International Tobacco Control Workshop Ankara, 24- 26 March 2015 related to tobacco epidemic control. WHO European Region
Cyprus Answer not provided Assistance was provided to University of Cyprus for studying the impact of illustration on cigarette packages. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Czech Republic World Health Organization under Biennial Collaborative Agreement between the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic and the Regional Office for Europe of WHO (2018 – 2019) provided expert support – expertise and recommendations regarding mainly regulation of tobacco advertisement, promotion and sponsorship in the Czech Republic. More information in C2714. There was also financial support from WHO/Convention Secretariat covering participation (travel expenditures) of Czech experts at workshops: 1/ WHO FCTC Article 5.3 and Novel Tobacco Products, Copenhagen, Denmark, 01-02 October 2019 2/ Multisectoral workshop for WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO-FCTC) Parties in the European Union to promote the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products, Riga, Latvia, 09 – 10 December 2019 Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Democratic People's Republic of Korea WHO provided technical and financial support for multi-sectoral workshops to strengthen the implementation of national tobacco control law and training of service providers on tobacco cessation and counselling. World No Tobacco Days are observed in collaboration with MoPH and WHO for extensive IEC campaign. WHO provided technical assistance in preparing for GYTS and strengthening the tobacco control activities through multi-sectoral involvement. WHO provided technical and financial support for strengthening multi-sectoral collaboration, development and distribution of IEC materials, conducting IEC campaigns on World No Tobacco Days, survey of tobacco epideliology, update of tobacco control law and others. Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Democratic Republic of the Congo Answer not provided La RDC a reçu du Scrétariat de la CCLAT un appui finacier pour: latélier de taxation, mission dévaluation des besoins pour la mise en oeuvre de la CCLAT,atélier pour accélererle processus de ratification du protocole pour éliminer le commerce illicite des produits du Tabac, élaboration du plan stratégique national et le mécanisme national de coordination multisectoriel de la lutte antitabac, mission de mise en place des espaces non fumeur dans 4 villes de la RDC. missions à Gaberone et au Kenya sur le comercce illicite de produit de tabac, et à la célébration de 10 ansde CCLAT en Afrique au Kenya. La RDC a reçu du Scrétariat de la CCLAT un appui finacier pour: latélier de taxation, mission dévaluation des besoins pour la mise en oeuvre de la CCLAT,atélier pour accélererle processus de ratification du protocole pour éliminer le commerce illicite des produits du Tabac, élaboration du plan stratégique national et le mécanisme national de coordination multisectoriel de la lutte antitabac, mission de mise en place des espaces non fumeur dans 4 villes de la RDC. missions à Gaberone et au Kenya sur le comercce illicite de produit de tabac, et à la célébration de 10 ansde CCLAT en Afrique au Kenya. WHO African Region
Denmark Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Djibouti Answer not provided Answer not provided SEMINAIRES REGIONAUX DE LEMRO OU SECRETARIAT WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Dominica Report not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Ecuador Asistencia técnica y financiera para el desarrollo de talleres para intercambio de experiencias regionales, desarrollo, transferencia y adquisición de capacidad y competencia técnica relacionados con el control del tabaco Asistencia técnica y financiera para el desarrollo de talleres para intercambio de experiencias regionales, desarrollo, transferencia y adquisición de capacidad y competencia técnica relacionados con el control del tabaco Asistencia técnica y financiera para el desarrollo de talleres para intercambio de experiencias regionales, desarrollo, transferencia y adquisición de capacidad y competencia técnica relacionados con el control del tabaco WHO Region of the Americas
Egypt لقد قدمت منظمة الصحة العالمية المساعدات الماليه و التقنية لوزارة الصحة المصرية و كذلك قدمت وزارة الصحة المساعدة التقنيه للقطاع الصحي و التعليمي و الخدمة المجتمعية لقد قدمت منظمة الصحة العالمية المساعدات الماليه و التقنية لوزارة الصحة المصرية و كذلك قدمت وزارة الصحة المساعدة التقنيه للقطاع الصحي و التعليمي و الخدمة المجتمعية لقد قدمت منظمة الصحة العالمية المساعدات الماليه و التقنية لوزارة الصحة المصرية و كذلك قدمت وزارة الصحة المساعدة التقنيه للقطاع الصحي و التعليمي و الخدمة المجتمعية WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
El Salvador La OPS/OMS y el CDC Atlanta, han prestado asistencia técnica en materia de vigilancia del control del tabaco, para el levantamiento de la Cuarta Encuesta Mundial de Tabaquismo en Jóvenes 2020. El CICAD/OEA y el CCICT han brindado formación en materia de cesación. Especialmente, el último organismo ha fortalecido al personal que labora en el primer nivel de atención en salud, para realizar una intervención mínima de tabaquismo. La Secretaria del CMCT, la OPS/OMS, La Unión, Campaing Tobacco Free kids y PNUD: han presentado asistencia técnica y financiera para la elaboración de las propuestas de las reformas al marco legal requerido por el país, con las cuales, se busca cerrar las brechas existentes en la legislación nacional respecto al CMCT. Así mismo, dichos organismos han prestado técnica para el establecimiento del Mecanismo Nacional de Coordinación de Control del Tabaco. La Unión y Campaing Tobacco Free kids, han brindado asistencia técnica para el establecimiento y el fortalecimiento de una coalición de sociedad civil que impulse la implementación del control del tabaco. OPS/OMS y CDC Atlanta sobre vigilancia del Tabaquismo en Jóvenes. CICAD/OEA sobre formación y certificación de personal sanitario como operadores OPS/OMS, Tobacco Free kids y La Unión: La Secretaria del CMCT dispone de peritos con experiencia en litigios y arbitraje a nivel internacional, que han asesorado a los gobiernos de los países conforme progresan en la implementación de las directrices del CMCT. En particular, la Secretaria comisionó a las organizaciones no gubernamentales Tobacco-Free Kids e International Union Against Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease para facilitar en agosto de 2015 un Taller para profesionales de las ciencias jurídicas con responsabilidad directa en la implementación de la Ley para el Control del Tabaco y el CMCT denominado: “Implementación de las Directrices del Art. 5.3 del Convenio Marco de la OMS para el Control del Tabaco” La Unión (Unión Internacional Contra la Tuberculosis y Enfermedades Respiratorias): Actualmente se tiene un Grand para llevar a cabo una política multisectorial de control de tabaco y reformas al marco normativo vigente para cerrar brechas respecto al CMCT 2018-2019. Durante 2016 el Secretariado del CMCT, OMS y PNUD, desarrollaron la Misión de evaluación de Necesidades en El Salvador, lo cual ha permitido tener un diagnóstico de las principales brechas que tiene El Salvador en la implementación del CMCT, lo cual a su vez ha permitido establecer prioridades de país y orientar la cooperación internacional. El Salvador es parte dela estrategia FCTC 2030, coordinada por el Secretariado del CMCT en coordinación con OPS/OMS y PNUD. Y con el financiamiento del gobierno de Reino Unido, lo cual apoyará técnica y financieramente a cerrar las principales brechas en la implementación del CMCT. Se tiene un proyecto de cooperación Sur Sur El Salvador-Uruguay, por medio de la Agencia Uruguaya de Cooperación Internacional, en la que el Centro de Cooperación Internacional para el Control de Tabaco (Uruguay) está brindando asesoría técnica para desarrollar una estrategia Nacional de Cesación de Tabaco, que incorpore el diagnóstico, la consejería breve y la referencia en el Primer Nivel de Atención, entre otros elementos de cesación como mejoras en la Quik Line, mensajería, etc. OPS/OMS y CDC Atlanta sobre vigilancia del Tabaquismo en Jóvenes. CICAD/OEA sobre formación y certificación de personal sanitario como operadores OPS/OMS, Tobacco Free kids y La Unión: La Secretaria del CMCT dispone de peritos con experiencia en litigios y arbitraje a nivel internacional, que han asesorado a los gobiernos de los países conforme progresan en la implementación de las directrices del CMCT. En particular, la Secretaria comisionó a las organizaciones no gubernamentales Tobacco-Free Kids e International Union Against Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease para facilitar en agosto de 2015 un Taller para profesionales de las ciencias jurídicas con responsabilidad directa en la implementación de la Ley para el Control del Tabaco y el CMCT denominado: “Implementación de las Directrices del Art. 5.3 del Convenio Marco de la OMS para el Control del Tabaco”. WHO Region of the Americas
Equatorial Guinea NO HABIDO NO HABIDO NO HABIDO 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 Fiji MOHMS has hosted Solomon Islands in 2016 and Samoa in 2019 on study tours on tobacco control enforcement Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Finland Finnish authorities are participating in the work of the Nordic Network of Tobacco control. The Network representatives are state authorities in the field of tobacco control. The group meets once per year in one of the Nordic countries. The Network is sharing information and collaborating in tobacco control issues with colleagues from the other Nordic countries. National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): FCTC Knowledge Hub in the field of article 20 (surveillance). In addition, in 2019, assistance was provided to WHO EURO in a smoking cessation workshop. A model for community-based tobacco control have been developed and implemented by Finnish Lung Health Association (Filha) in Kyrgyzstan since 2011 in accordance with the FCTC recommendations. During 2018-2019 the project has been expanded to include the whole country as well as to neighboring Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. The project trains key groups in society in tobacco control issues and this way increase the knowledge level of the population regarding tobacco issues, influence attitudes and supporting tobacco cessation. A Central-Asian tobacco control network has been established in 2019 between Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan. This work is planned in close collaboration with the governments of the Central-Asian countries and WHO country offices as well as relevant scientists and NGO’s. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is participating in the work of the Nordic Network of Tobacco control. The Network representatives are state authorities and the group meets once per year. The Network is sharing information and collaborating in tobacco control issues with colleagues from the other Nordic countries. National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): FCTC Knowledge Hub in the field of article 20 (surveillance) A model for community-based tobacco control have been developed and implemented by Finnish Lung Health Association (Filha) in Kyrgyzstan since 2011 in accordance with the FCTC recommendations. During 2016-2017 the project have been expanded to include the whole country. The project trains key groups in society (family doctors, teachers, school children, Village Health Committees, media, local authorities) in tobacco control issues (tobacco legislation, prevention, cessation, tobacco dependence treatment) and this way increase the knowledge level of the population regarding tobacco issues, influence attitudes and support tobacco cessation. During the ongoing phase of the project the goal is to influence the creation of a Central-Asian tobacco control and cessation network. This work is planned in close collaboration with the governments of the Central-Asian countries and WHO country offices. In the beginning Kyrgyz experts trained by Filha will be used as experts in other Central Asian countries as a capacity building measure. The Ministry of Social Affairs and Health is participating in the work of the Nordic Network of Tobacco control. The Network representatives are state authorities and the group meets once per year. The Network is sharing information and collaborating in tobacco control issues with colleagues from the other Nordic countries. National Institute for Health and Welfare (THL): 1. Assistance for strengthening tobacco control in the Republic of Serbia 2. THL, Finland is an FCTC Knowledge Hub in the field of article 20 (surveillance) NGOs: Finnish Lung Health Association provides technical assistance and training to community -based tobacco control projects in Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan. Main local collaboration partners are Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education (Kyrgyzstan) and Family Doctors Association (Tajikistan). Main target groups include Family doctors, teachers, local administration, media and population through Village Health Committees. Finlands ASH is involved in INWAT (International Network of Women Against Tobacco) Europe Foundation and in the European Network for Smoking and Tobacco Network (ENSP). Finlands ASH is also a member of Framework Convention Alliance. The Finnish Heart Association is an active partner in the European Heart Network. The activities of this Network cover multiple aspects of cardiovascular health, a major focus being tobacco control at the European level. The Organisation for Respiratory Health in Finland is a member of the Nordic Heart and Lung Alliance (NHL). WHO European Region
France Answer not provided Aide technique (contenu de la législation, échange sur le mesures mis en place par les autres pays membres, échanges sur la politique fiscale avec des pays frontaliers, échanges sur la mise en place du système de traçabilité) Answer not provided WHO European Region
Gabon Answer not provided Aides reçues de différents organismes partenaires: OMS, CLATA, ont permis lorganisation des séminaires de formation, et ateliers destinés aux associations et ministères concernés par la lutte antitabac: - Ateliers de renforcement des capacités des points focaux des Ministères et Associations impliqués dans la lutte antitabac; - Atelier de sensibilisation des décideurs et des principaux acteurs de la lutte antitabac sur larticle 5.3 ; - Atelier sur le réseau national des professionnels des médias pour la lutte antitabac au Gabon: un réseau national des professionnels des médias sur la lutte antitabac a été mis en place; - Deux ateliers de réflexion sur le financement innovant de la lutte contre le tabagisme au Gabon qui a abouti à la mise en place dune taxe spécifique des produits du tabac; Aides reçues de différents organismes partenaires: OMS, CLATA et The Union, ont permis lorganisation des séminaires de formation, et ateliers par le Programme national de lutte antitabac (PNLT) destinés aux associations et ministères concernés par la lutte antitabac: - Ateliers de renforcement des capacités des points focaux des Ministères et Associations impliqués dans la lutte antitabac; - Atelier de sensibilisation sur le Protocole pour éliminer le commerce illicite des produits du tabac; - Atelier délaboration et de validation du Plan stratégique de lutte antitabac; - Deux ateliers de sensibilisation des agents des Ministères de léconomie, du Budget et du Commerce sur les mesures daugmentation de la taxation des produits du tabac. Participations des associations nationales impliquées dans la lutte antitabac dans des campagnes de sensibilisation de la population. WHO African Region
Gambia Assistance was provided on training workshops, advocacy meetings, development of the draft national tobacco control policy and strategic plan, tobacco control bill and enforcement plan, development of the national tobacco cessation clinical guidelines, mass campaigns, community outreach programs . Just recently, in late 2016 yo date, support was given to have a orientation meeting with parliamentarian, to launch to tobacco control act,2016, developed abridged version of the act, production of some copies of the act, development of the enforcement plan training of the enforcers, need assessment of tobacco control programme, development tobacco control regulations. Conducted training of enforcers on the Tobacco Control Act, 2016, Sensitisation of Hotel, Restaurant an Bar owners on the TCA 2016 and tobacco control Regulations 2019, Inauguration of the Tobacco Control Committee,Training of the members of the Tobacco Control Committee (TCC), Assistance was provided on training workshops, advocacy meetings, development of the draft national tobacco control policy and strategic plan, tobacco control bill and enforcement plan, development of the national tobacco cessation clinical guidelines, mass campaigns, community outreach programs . Just recently, in late 2016 yo date, support was given to have a orientation meeting with parliamentarian, to launch to tobacco control act,2016, developed abridged version of the act, production of some copies of the act, development of the enforcement plan training of the enforcers, need assessment of tobacco control programme, development tobacco control regulations. Assistance was provided on training workshops, advocacy meetings, development of the draft national tobacco control policy and strategic plan, tobacco control bill and enforcement plan, development of the national tobacco cessation clinical guidelines, mass campaigns, community outreach programs . WHO African Region
Georgia Georgia was selected as a Partner for WHO FCTC initiated FCTC2030 project generously supported by the UK and Australian Governments in frames of ODA. Georgia is a recipient of Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant Programme and is implementing a project with administration of the the Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases. Assistance is received from the USA NIH to conduct a joint project with the Emory University and Armenian Institute of Public Health on strengthening local level capacity on implementation of the effective tobacco control measures. Georgia is selected as a Partner for WHO FCTC intiated FCTC2030 project generously supported by the UK and Australian Governments in frames of ODA. Georgia is a recipient of Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant Programme and is implementing a project with administration of the the Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases. Assistance was received from The Union North America (Vital Strategies) to develop PSAs on harms of SHS and informative videos on newly adopted tobacco control law. Assistance was received from WHO European Regional Office to conduct WHO STEPS Survey and WHO GYTS. Assistance is received from the USA NIH to conduct a joint project with the Emory University and Armenian Institute of Public Health on strengthening local level capacity on implementation of the effective tobacco control measures. As a post-needs assessment assistance WHO FCTC Secretariat provided financial support for participation of the national epxert in the legal training at McCabe Center for Law and Cancer in Melbourne, Australia. Further in 2015 WHO FCTC provided financial and technical assistance to conduct training of trainers for PHC personnel in providing tobacco cessation brief counseling. With financial and technical support of the Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases, within the scopes of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Grant since 2015 Georgia is implementing the Project entitled as Building Supportive Environment for the Enforcement of Effective Tobacco Control Tax and Price Measures in Georgia. Assistance was received from The Union North America to develop PSAs on harms of tobacco use. Assistance was received from Georgia Cancer Coalition to conduct several national tobacco related surveys in collaboration with the Emory University. Assistance was received from the WHO European regional office to conduct further trainings of PHC staff in providing tobacco cessation brief interventions. WHO European Regional Office also organized several workshops for legal experts, media representatives and tobacco control experts where participation of Georgian delegations was supported financially. WHO European Region
Germany Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable WHO European Region
Ghana Assistance received in the following areas: 1. Preparation of Regulation 2. Work on Taxation and tax stamp 3. Training health workers and preparing Guidelines on dependence and Cessation 4. South-South and Triangular Cooperation Assistance received in the following areas: 1. Preparation of Regulation 2. Work on Taxation and tax stamp 3. Training health workers and preparing Guidelines on dependence and Cessation 4. South-South and Triangular Cooperation Assistance received in the following areas: 1. Preparation of Regulation 2. Work on Taxation and tax stamp 3. Training health workers and preparing Guidelines on dependence and Cessation WHO African Region
Greece ASSISTANCE PROVIDED: a) leading role of Biomedical Research Foundation Academy in the following European Projects. EUREST, PRESICE, DIRECT. b). Leading role of KEELPNO in European Project TOB-G. ASSISTANVE RECEIVED: a).George D.Behrakis Foundation support of HEART (HELLENIC ACTION THROUGH RESEARCH AGAINST TOBACCO)Projects - coordination of Joint Action on Tobacco control ASSISTANCE PROVIDED: a) leading role of Biomedical Research Foundation Academy in the following European Projects. EUREST, PRESICE, DIRECT. b). Leading role of KEELPNO in European Project TOB-G. ASSISTANVE RECEIVED: a).George D.Behrakis Foundation support of HEART (HELLENIC ACTION THROUGH RESEARCH AGAINST TOBACCO)Projects - coordination of Joint Action on Tobacco control ASSISTANCE PROVIDED: a).leading role of Biomedical Research Foundation Academy in the following European Projects. EUREST, PRESICE, DIRECT. b). Leading role of KEELPNO in European Project TOB-G. ASSISTANVE RECEIVED: a).George D.Behrakis Foundation support of HEART (HELLENIC ACTION THROUGH RESEARCH AGAINST TOBACCO)Projects WHO European Region
Grenada Training, conferences and funding of tobacco control related activities Training, conferences and funding of tobacco control related activities Training, conferences and funding of tobacco control related activities WHO Region of the Americas
Guatemala La asistencia por parte de OPS ha sido en dos planos: a) en la formulación del proyecto de Iniciativa de Ley mencionado previamente (prestada en el contexto del Consejo Nacional de Salud) b) las intervenciones MPOWER La asistencia por parte de OPS ha sido en dos planos: a) en la formulación del proyecto de Iniciativa de Ley mencionado previamente (prestada en el contexto del Consejo Nacional de Salud) b) en el enfoque de intervenciones best-buys. La asistencia sur-sur por parte de Brasil consistió en un taller sobre interferencia de la industria. La asistencia sur-sur por parte de Ecuador consistió en un taller sobre impuestos y control del comercio ilícito. Se ha recibido capacitación para el fomento de las capacidades y se ha invitado a participar en actividades de concienciación dirigidas no sólo a personal de salud, sino también a personal de otras instituciones gubernamentales. También se recibieron recursos económicos para llevar a cabo actividades coadyuvantes a la implementación por parte de OPS. WHO Region of the Americas
Guinea Report not provided Report not provided Néant WHO African Region
Guinea-Bissau Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Guyana The Pan American Health Organization and Guyana Chest Society are key partners in Tobacco Control and served on the Tobacco Control Council, also. The Chest Society is no longer functional but PAHO assists with providing technical support to the country in this area. The Ministry of Public Health as the pioneer for Tobacco Control provide assistance to all organizations or groups that require training, equipment or materials in Tobacco Control, for example, the Ministry of Education, Culture Youth and Sports, local NGOs, and general public. The Pan American Health Organization and Guyana Chest Society are key partners in Tobacco Control and served on the Tobacco Control Council, also. The Chest Society is no longer functional but PAHO assists with providing technical support to the country in this area. The Ministry of Public Health as the pioneer for Tobacco Control provide assistance to all organizations or groups that require training, equipment or materials in Tobacco Control, for example, the Ministry of Education, Culture Youth and Sports, local NGOs, and general public. The Pan American Health Organization and Guyana Chest Society are key partners in Tobacco Control and serve on the Tobacco Control Council, also. They serve on the Tobacco Council and facilitate, trainings, materials, technical assistance and other areas that are necessary for Tobacco Control. The Ministry of Health as the pioneer for Tobacco Control provide assistance to all organizations or groups that require training, equipment or materials in Tobacco Control, for example, the Ministry of Education, Culture Youth and Sports, local NGOs, and general public. WHO Region of the Americas
Honduras Desde 2018 a la fecha se ha contado con el apoyo y la Asistencia técnica de la OPS-OMS y el acompañamiento de las Secretarías de Salud, Economía y Comercio. Asistencia técnica de la OPS-OMS. Asistencia técnica de la OPS-OMS. WHO Region of the Americas
Hungary Received and the information provided in the majority of cases are mutual, in recent times occurred in the following areas: • regulate the packaging of tobacco products, including single package • regulation of additives used in tobacco products • flavoring regulation of tobacco products • herbal products for smoking control • Opportunities to regulate electronic cigarettes • Putting the new Tobacco Products Directive in domestic law, • Tobacco product prices • Smoking restrictions affected areas Received and the information provided in the majority of cases are mutual, in recent times occurred in the following areas: • regulate the packaging of tobacco products, including single package • regulation of additives used in tobacco products • flavoring regulation of tobacco products • herbal products for smoking control • Opportunities to regulate electronic cigarettes • Putting the new Tobacco Products Directive in domestic law, • Tobacco product prices • Smoking restrictions affected areas Received and the information provided in the majority of cases are mutual, in recent times occurred in the following areas: • regulate the packaging of tobacco products, including single package • regulation of additives used in tobacco products • flavoring regulation of tobacco products • herbal products for smoking control • Opportunities to regulate electronic cigarettes • Putting the new Tobacco Products Directive in domestic law, • Tobacco product prices • Smoking restrictions affected areas WHO European Region
Iceland In 2012 Nordic network was formed in tobacco control and tobacco prevention. There have been annual network meetings since then, first in Helsinki 2012, Reykjavik 2013, Oslo 2014, Copenhagen 2015 and Helsinki 2016. Last years in Reykjavik 2017,stockholm 2018,Oslo 2019 As for provided assistance Iceland have exchanged information on tobacco control work and prevention through this new Nordic network and also to Greenland, Faroe Islands and Aland. As part of our policy Iceland have never and will never accept any funding from the tobacco industry. In 2012 Nordic country’s formed a network in tobacco control and tobacco prevention. There have been two network meetings since then, first in Helsinki 2012, Reykjavik 2013, Oslo 2014, Copenhagen 2015 and Helsinki 2016. As for provided assistance Iceland have exchanged information on tobacco control work and prevention through this new Nordic network and also to Greenland, Faroe Islands and Aland. As part of our policy Iceland have never and will never accept any funding from the tobacco industry. The nordic network meeting will be held in Iceland in the fall of 2018 In 2012 Nordic country’s formed a network in tobacco control and tobacco prevention. There have been two network meetings since then, first in Helsinki 2012, Reykjavik 2013, Oslo 2014, Copenhagen 2015 and Helsinki 2016. As for provided assistance Iceland have exchanged information on tobacco control work and prevention through this new Nordic network and also to Greenland, Faroe Islands and Aland. As part of our policy Iceland have never and will never accept any funding from the tobacco industry. WHO European Region
India Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Iran (Islamic Republic of) Technical assistance in taxation, Technical assistance in taxation, Technical assistance in taxation, cessation. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Iraq Supporting the participation of Iraqi delegation in meeting regarding taxation. training on tobacco cessation program. Supporting the participation of Iraqi delegation in workshop regarding Enforcement of the law Upgrade of MPOWER strategy. implementation of FCTC article 5.3 guideline. Global youth tobacco survey (GYTS) Modification of tobacco control act Upgrade of MPOWER strategy. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Ireland From 2017 - 2019 delegations from Georgia, Romania, Moldova and Tajikistan have received a briefing on the progress that Ireland has made in tobacco control in recent years. Facilitated exchanges of information from Romania, Moldova and Tajikistan in 2017 and 2018. Answer not provided WHO European Region
Israel Answer not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Italy Answer not provided Answer not provided Italy participated to Regional training workshop on Taxation and illicit Trade in Tobacco Products: What next at EU level? in Leuven Belgium, 30 september - 1 october 2015 organized by Smoke Free Partnership. WHO European Region
Jamaica In addition to the above-mentioned areas in which assistance was received and provided, the following is to be noted: 1. Representatives of Ministries, Departments and Agencies from State parties to the FCTC in the Caribbean, in addition to representatives of Regional and international bodies, and Civil society/NGOs participated in the Workshop to promote the Protocol to Eliminate Illicit Trade in Tobacco Products. This was organized by the Convention Secretariat of the WHO FCTC in collaboration with the PAHO/WHO regional offices. This was held in Montego Bay,Jamaica. Under an arrangement with the Inter-American Development Bank for the strengthening of health systems in Jamaica, there are arrangements for Jamaica to benefit from funding which will assist with tobacco control initiatives. This will also assist in fast tracking the comprehensive tobacco control legislation In addition to the above-mentioned areas in which assistance was received and provided, the following is to be noted: 1. Ministry of Health Officials attended a workshop on tobacco surveillance. The said workshop was organized by CARPHA and PAHO. 2. The Ministry of Health officials as well as representatives of other Ministries, Departments and Agencies in Jamaica and CARICOM participated in the Sub-regional Workshop on Law and NCDs which was organized by the Convention Secretariat of the WHO FCTC, PAHO and the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer. Ministry officials also played a critical role in organizing the said workshop. 3.Ministry officials participated in a 2-day workshop on Article 19 (Criminal Liability) convened by the Action for Smoking and Health. Assistance was received from the FCTC Convention Secretariat in several areas. We have been exposed to and benefitted from capacity building opportunities. Additionally, a Needs Assessment was undertaken and technical and financial assistance was received to implement the gaps identified and the recommendations highlighted in the Needs Assessment report. Assistance was received from Regional and Country Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization Offices, Jamaica Coalition on Tobacco Control/Bloomberg Project. Technical support for the implementation of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey by the Centre of Disease Prevention and Control. Through the Convention Secretariat and PAHO/WHO, we also received legal training from the McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer Jamaica contributed to the updating of the CARICOM Standards for labelling of tobacco products. Jamaica also provided assistance to CARICOM countries such as sharing of Graphic Health Warnings. Through PAHO, we provided technical consultation to Guyana in aiding with the review of their tobacco control law and providing them with a roadmap for implementation of their obligations under the FCTC. This included sharing our needs assessment experience. WHO Region of the Americas
Japan Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Jordan معظم انشطة مكافحة التدخين تتم بمساعدة ودعم فني ومالي من الهيئات الدولية وخاصة منظمة الصحة العالمية و دعم من خزينة موازنة الوزارة معظم انشطة مكافحة التدخين تتم بمساعدة ودعم فني ومالي من الهيئات الدولية وخاصة منظمة الصحة العالمية وقد قلصت دعمها خلال العامين الماضيين بشكل كبير وايضا دعم من خزينة موازنة الوزارة معظم انشطة مكافحة التدخين تتم بمساعدة ودعم فني ومالي من الهيئات الدولية وخاصة منظمة الصحة العالمية وقد قلصت دعمها خلال العامين الماضيين بشكل كبير وايضا دعم من خزينة موازنة الوزارة WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kazakhstan Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Kenya Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Kiribati WHO has been instrumental in providing financial assistance to conduct GYTS and lately the GSHS. Most of the assistance had been received from overseas organisation on tobacco control, tobacco use impacts on health, culture, economically etc... and cessation Allen and Clarke provide technical assistance in making up the tobacco regulation. WHO has been instrumental in providing financial assistance to conduct GYTS and lately the GSHS. Most of the assistance had been received from overseas organisation on tobacco control, tobacco use impacts on health, culture, economically etc... and cessation Allen and Clarke provide technical assistance in making up the tobacco regulation. WHO has been instrumental in providing financial assistance to conduct GYTS and lately the GSHS. Most of the assistance had been received from overseas organisation on tobacco control, tobacco use impacts on health, culture, economically etc... and cessation Allen and Clarke provide technical assistance in making up the tobacco regulation. WHO Western Pacific Region
Kuwait Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Kyrgyzstan Report not provided Report not provided 1) Обучение врачей и медицинских сестер по программе реформирования здравоохранения "Ден соолук", 2) техническая поддержка ВОЗ по программе контроля НИЗ, Юридическая экспертиза ВОЗ и разработанного проекта новой редакции закона по борьбе против табака, Кампанией "Будущее без табака", 4) Кыргызско-Финский проект по профилактике потребления табака на местном уровне с вовлечением гражданского общества, 2013-2015 годы, 5) Техническая поддержка Campaing for Tobacco Free Kids, Washington, DC, USA " в участии экспертов в семинарах и совещаниях WHO European Region
Lao People's Democratic Republic WHO and SEATCA provided technical and financial support, but it is limited Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Latvia WHO Training workshop on Health System and Tobacco Cessation, WHO training on the implementation of Article 5.3 and Novel Tobacco Products. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Lebanon we hope to get any financial assistance to cover our project , we hope to get any financial assistance to cover our project , Answer not provided 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 رفع كفاءة العاملين في برنامج مكافحة التدخين وتنفيذ الااتفاقية رفع كفاءة عدد من العاملين بالبرنامج حول تنفيذ الاتفاقية والبرتوكول Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Lithuania In order to prevent fraud, corruption and other illegal activities affecting the financial interests of the Union, the Customs Department under the Ministry of Finance of the Republic of Lithuania implements the Project under Hercule III program “Strengthening of operational and technical capacities of the Lithuanian customs to detect smuggled goods, in particular cigarettes”. The aim of this project is the acquisition and installation of a high power stationary x-ray system at the Šalčininkai road post, which is located on the border with the Republic of Belarus. The high power x-ray system acquired during this project will enable the Lithuanian customs to ensure high-level national security, prevent illegal movement of goods crossing the Lithuanian border and create a better environment for business to carry out customs formalities. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Luxembourg Aide logistique et stratégique par lOMS (CCLAT) et par la CE (DG Santé). Aide logistique et stratégique par lOMS (CCLAT) et par la CE (DG Santé). Aide logistique et stratégique par lOMS (CCLAT) et par la CE (DG sanco) WHO European Region
Madagascar Formation et partage des bonnes pratiques sur la mise en application de paquet neutre Formation sur la rédaction du rapport GYTS Formation sur le processus de lélaboration du Projet de Loi Formation sur la libre échange du commerce et la lutte antitabac Formation et partage des bonnes pratiques sur la mise en application de paquet neutre renforcement de la capacité de la comité consultatif de la lutte antitabac et le point focal de la lutte antitabac à Madagascar WHO African Region
Malaysia - Mc Cabe Center, Melbourne, Australia: provision of technical, scientific, legal and other expertise to establish and strengthen national tobacco control strategies, plans and programmes. We attended the training hosted by MC Cabe center on the legal aspect of tobacco control and Mc Cabe Center continue to assist us on the drafting of our new tobacco bill. - Knowledge Hub on Taxation, University of Cape Town, South Africa: development, transfer and acquisition of technology, knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control. The Knowledge Hub on Taxation, University of Cape Town, South Africa collaborate with the local University (University of Putra Malaysia) in conducting study on the impact of tobacco taxation and issues relating to illicit trade and the Protocol. - SEATCA - South East Asia Tobacco Control Alliance: development, transfer and acquisition of technology, knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control. SEATCA assist us in capacity building on smoke free City and the important of Article 5.3 WHO FCTC. Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Maldives 1- Sensitization workshops on FCTC to government and NGO participants 2- Cessation Training for service providers 3- Technical and financial assistance for the Development and dissemination of IEC materials 4- Technical and Financial Assistance for national awareness campaigns 5- Training on Global Tobacco Control Management 1- Sensitization workshops on FCTC to government and NGO participants 2- Cessation Training for service providers 3- Technical and financial assistance for the Development and dissemination of IEC materials 4- Technical and Financial Assistance for national awareness campaigns 5- Training on Global Tobacco Control Management 1- Sensitization workshops on FCTC to government and NGO participants 2- Cessation Training for service providers 3- Technical and financial assistance for the Development and dissemination of IEC materials 4- Technical and Financial Assistance for national awareness campaigns 5- Training on Global Tobacco Control Management WHO South-East Asia Region
Mali Les seules aides fournies sont les participations aux conférences; rencontres; groupe de travail et les COP Les seules aides fournies sont les participations aux conférences; rencontres; groupe de travail et les COP Les seules aides fournies sont les participations aux conférences; rencontres; groupe de travail et les COP WHO African Region
Malta n/a n/a Answer not provided WHO European Region
Marshall Islands Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Mauritania - - - WHO African Region
Mauritius - Mauritius granted permission to many countries to use our pictorial health warnings. - Mauritius granted permission to use its pictorial health warnings to other countries.. - Technical assistance was obtained from the WHO/ITU for implementation and development of a Project Implementation Document in the context of the implementation of the mTobacco Cessation programme. - Mauritius granted permission to use its pictorial health warnings to other countries.. - Technical assistance was obtained from the WHO/ITU for implementation and development of a Project Implementation Document in the context of the implementation of the mTobacco Cessation programme. WHO African Region
Mexico Answer not provided Actualmente con el apoyo técnico y financiero de la OPS y de la American Cancer Society se está llevando a cabo en coordinación con el INSP un estudio sobre el comercio ilícito de productos de tabaco enMéxico. Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Micronesia (Federated States of) Assistances in: Development of Action Plan for Tobacco Control, Advocacy Plan to Policy makers, Cessation trainings, Enforcement trainings from WHO Office in Suva, Assistances in: Development of Action Plan for Tobacco Control, Advocacy Plan to Policy makers, Cessation trainings, Enforcement trainings from WHO Office in Suva, Assistances in: Development of Action Plan for Tobacco Control, Advocacy Plan to Policy makers, Cessation trainings, Enforcement trainings from WHO Office in Suva, WHO Western Pacific Region
Mongolia - 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 - 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 We received the assistance from WHO in materials, as well as educational programmes in form of seminars, workshops and other meetings and partly related to conducting research.. The Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Health provide guidance, training materials necessary for the implementation of tobacco control programmes within the country, to health and educational institutions. However, it is not ensured distribution of any specified element outside the country. We think that we need more frequent and comprehensive communication aid by international entities and countries with a longer tradition in the field of tobacco control (exchange of experience, training, expert assistance in the development and improvement plans, programs, strategies, promotional materials, development of resources for monitoring implementation activities, etc.) and to work more closely towards the development of human resources and other capacities in the area of tobacco control. In addition, it is important to strengthen research on the prevalence of smoking, in order to create appropriate policies on basis of the available data. It is necessary to ensure inter-agency cooperation and to define the tobacco control as a priority. In addition, it is necessary to provide competent involvement of other sector beside health sector in activities of tobacco control. Research on the quality of life, lifestyles and health risks of the inhabitants of Montenegro in 2017 was carried out with the financial support of the European Union, through the support of the European Center for Drugs Monitoring and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), within the IPA project CT-2015 / 361-979, "Further preparation of IPA beneficiaries for participation in the work of the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and drug addiction (EMCDDA) ". We received the assistance from WHO in materials, as well as educational programmes in form of seminars, workshops and other meetings. The Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Health provide guidance, training materials necessary for the implementation of tobacco control programmes within the country, to health and educational institutions. However, it is not ensured distribution of any specified element outside the country. We think that we need more frequent and comprehensive communication aid by international entities and countries with a longer tradition in the field of tobacco control (exchange of experience, training, expert assistance in the development and improvement plans, programs, strategies, promotional materials, development of resources for monitoring implementation activities, etc.) and to work more closely towards the development of human resources and other capacities in the area of tobacco control. In addition, it is important to strengthen research on the prevalence of smoking, in order to create appropriate policies on basis of the available data. It is necessary to ensure inter-agency cooperation and to define the tobacco control as a priority. In addition, it is necessary to provide competent involvement of other sector beside health sector in activities of tobacco control. Research on the quality of life, lifestyles and health risks of the inhabitants of Montenegro in 2017 was carried out with the financial support of the European Union, through the support of the European Center for Drugs Monitoring and Drug Addiction (EMCDDA), within the IPA project CT-2015 / 361-979, "Further preparation of IPA beneficiaries for participation in the work of the European Monitoring Center for Drugs and drug addiction (EMCDDA) ". We received the assistance from WHO in materials, as well as educational programmes in form of seminars, workshops and other meetings. The Government of Montenegro and the Ministry of Health provide guidance, training materials necessary for the implementation of tobacco control programmes within the country, to health and educational institutions. However, it is not ensured distribution of any specified element outside the country. We think that we need more frequent and comprehensive communication aid by international entities and countries with a longer tradition in the field of tobacco control (exchange of experience, training, expert assistance in the development and improvement plans, programs, strategies, promotional materials, development of resources for monitoring implementation activities, etc.) and to work more closely towards the development of human resources and other capacities in the area of tobacco control. In addition, it is important to strengthen research on the prevalence of smoking, in order to create appropriate policies on basis of the available data. It is necessary to ensure inter-agency cooperation and to define the tobacco control as a priority. In addition, it is necessary to provide competent involvement of other sector beside health sector in activities of tobacco control WHO European Region
Myanmar The Convention Secretariat and WHO supported for conducting multi-sectoral workshops and meetings, and prevalence surveys, respectively. CDC supported for conducting the global surveys. The Bloomberg Initiative supported through the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and Vital Strategies for strengthening the tobacco control policies in Myanmar. SEATCA supported for implementation of smoke-free cities and heritage sites. The Convention Secretariat and WHO supported for conducting multisectoral workshops and meetings, and sentinel prevalence surveys, respectively. CDC supported for conducting the global surveys. The Bloomberg Initiative supported through the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and Vital Strategies for strengthening the tobacco control policies in Myanmar. SEATCA supported for implementation of smoke-free cities and heritage sites. The Convention Secretariat and WHO supported for conducting multisectoral workshops and meetings, and sentinel prevalence surveys, respectively. CDC supported for conducting the global surveys. The Bloomberg Initiative supported through the International Union against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease for the year 2013-2015 for strengthening the tobacco control policies in Myanmar. WHO South-East Asia Region
Namibia WHO assisted with the orientation of tobacco control inspectors. WHO also provided technical assistance and consultation. Report not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Nauru In relation to the support received from WHO, also received technical inputs for Cabinet Submissions on the implementation of the appropriation of resalable proportion of revenues from tobacco taxes for health interventions directed at tobacco control. Report not provided In relation to the support received from WHO, also received technical inputs for Cabinet Submissions on the implementation of the appropriation of resalable proportion of revenues from tobacco taxes for health interventions directed at tobacco control. WHO Western Pacific Region
Nepal World Health Organization: • World No Tobacco Day Celebration • Policy Formulation * Advocacy * Strategic Planning * Development of different communication materials * Community sensitization for compliance of Tobacco control law International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union): • Policy Formulation • Advocacy World Health Organization: • Celebrating World No Tobacco Day, 31 May 2014 • Policy Formulation * Advocacy * Strategic Planning International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease (The Union): • Policy Formulation • Advocacy Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Netherlands research and exchange of knowledge about: - users - health risks - communication possibilities - user trends -e cigarettes - TNCO measuremnt method Scientific research about: - users - health risks - communication possibilities - use trends Scientific research about: - users - health risks - communication possibilities - use trends WHO European Region
New Zealand As noted above, overseas development assistance funds for Pacific countries include funds for tobacco control. This technical support has sought to strengthen tobacco control measures, legislation, and FCTC compliance in the region. As noted above, overseas development assistance funds for Pacific countries include funds for tobacco control. This technical support has sought to strengthen tobacco control measures, legislation, and FCTC compliance in the region. As noted above, overseas development assistance funds for Pacific countries include funds for tobacco control. This technical support has sought to strengthen tobacco control measures, legislation, and FCTC compliance in the region. WHO Western Pacific Region
Nicaragua Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Niger APPUI DU CENTRE POUR LA LUTTE ANTITABAC EN AFRIQUE(CLATA) DANS LE CADRE DU RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITES DE CERTAINS ACTEURS DE LA LUTTE ANTITABAC ET LA MISE EN PLACE DUN CADRE COORDINATION DE LA LUTTE ANTITABAC. Report not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Nigeria 1) Gates Fund through WHO AFRO and WHO Country Office: Implementation of Tobacco Control policies, laws and regulations– Development/implementation of Tobacco Control strategic; communication plan, tax policies and smoke-free environment 2) Development Gateway: Tobacco Control Data Initiative (TCDI) including dashboard 3) Management Sciences for Health (MSH): Implementation of Tobacco Control policies, laws and regulations 4) Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC): Implementation of Tobacco Control policies, laws and regulations 5) Nigeria Tobacco Control Alliance (NTCA): Implementation of Tobacco Control policies, laws and regulations 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): Capacity building of officers in Tobacco Control Unit 7) European Respiratory Society: Supported piloting of brief tobacco cessation services in few centres 8) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK): Legal training on drafting of National Tobacco Control Regulations of the Act. 9) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease: Training of government officials and Lawmakers on FCTC Article 5.3. 1) WHO supporting participation of Regional Meetings. 2) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK) supported legal training on drafting of National Tobacco Control Regulations of the Act. 3) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease supported training of government officials and Lawmakers on FCTC Article 5.3. 4) Economics of Tobacco Control Project, University of Cape Town, South Africa provided technical support during the Two Days Workshop of the Technical Working Group on Tobacco Taxation in Nigeria. 1) WHO supporting participation of Regional Meetings. 2) Campaign for Tobacco Free Kits (CTFK) supported legal training on drafting of National Tobacco Control Regulations of the Act. 3) 3) International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease supported training of government officials and Lawmakers on FCTC Article 5.3 WHO African Region
Niue Revision and update of the Tobacco Control Bill including developing tobacco control regulations Report not provided Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Norway In addition to the VAC, Norway annually contributes 2 million NOK to the FCTC Secretariat. In 2019, Norway also contributed 10 million NOK to the FCTC 2030 Project. In addition to the VAC, Norway annually contributes 2 million NOK to the FCTC Secretariat. Norway contributes with 2 million NOK to WHO, specific earmarked funding for the FCTC Secretariat. 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, Geneva conducted FCTC Impact Assessment and Need Assessment Exercises in Pakistan. WHO is assisting in conducting compliance monitoring study and GYTS. Pakistan received grant from Bloomberg Initiative. seven projects were implemented in 10 model districts of Pakistan with this assistance. Tobacco Control Cell implemented tow national anti-tobacco mass media campaigns to focus on the health harms of tobacco, with technical and financial assistance of Vital Strategies. For the current pictorial health warning, we received assistance from Australia. They provided us rights to use the pre-tested picture. Rights to print the picture (used by Thailand) for PHW on cigarette packs and outers were received from Australia. FCTC Secretariat, Geneva conducted FCTC Impact Assessment and Need Assessment Exercises in Pakistan. WHO is assisting in conducting compliance monitoring study and GYTS. Pakistan received grant from Bloomberg Initiative. seven projects were implemented in 10 model districts of Pakistan with this assistance. Tobacco Control Cell implemented tow national anti-tobacco mass media campaigns to focus on the health harms of tobacco, with technical and financial assistance of World Lung Foundation. For the current pictorial health warning, we received assistance from Thailand. They provided us rights to use the pre-tested picture. Rights to print the picture (used by Thailand) for PHW on cigarette packs and outers were received from Thailand. Pakistan received grant from Bloomberg Initiative. Four projects were implemented in 10 model districts of Pakistan with this assistance. Currently, 6 months project is being implemented with this assistance. Tobacco Control Cell finished first of its kind national anti-tobacco mass media campaign to focus on the health harms of tobacco, with technical and financial assistance of World Lung Foundation. The campaign featured a public service announcement (PSA) called “Tobacco Is Hollowing You Out”, that graphically highlighted the many harmful illnesses caused by tobacco use, including lung cancer, heart disease, stroke and oral cancers. The PSA ended with the message that “Tobacco Kills – Quit Today! For the current pictorial health warning, we received assistance from Thailand. They provided us rights to use the pre-tested picture. World Lung Foundation provided technical and financial support in an Electronic Media Campaign implemented in November, 2016. Rights to print the picture (used by Thailand) for PHW on cigarette packs and outers were received from Thailand. WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Palau We have not received assistance from any Party or Parties, but the government has received significant assistance from WHO on the following: Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills Training for Clinicians and Non-Clinicians, development of a cessation strategy for the Republic and observance of World No Tobacco Day (WNTD), and implementation of Palau Youth Tobacco Survey. CDC has supported Training of Trainers for Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills, Data for Decisions Making Training, Epi Aid Training/Consultation - public health intervention on tobacco use among pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. We have also received support from civil society and other regional partners regarding development of a national cessation strategy, with observance of World No Tobacco Day, focus group-skill training, social marketing skill training, and introductions to the use info-graphics We have not received assistance from any Party or Parties, but the government has received significant assistance from WHO on the following: Needs Assessment, report on Pacific Tobacco Industry Interference Index, focus group training for development of Palau appropriate Graphic Health Warnings, Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills Training for Clinicians and Non-Clinicians, Palau Youth Tobacco Survey, implementation of Smoke-free environment campaigns, World NO Tobacco Day and Palau Hybrid Survey. CDC has supported Training of Trainers for Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills, Data for Decisions Making Training, Palau Hybrid Survey, Epi Aid Training/Consultation - public health intervention on tobacco use among pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Civil society has been helpful during the process of establishing the CM, development/implementation of social/media campaigns, etc. We have not received assistance from any Party or Parties, but the government has received significant assistance from WHO on the following: Article 5.3: report on Pacific Tobacco Industry Interference Index, Article 11: focus group training for development of Palau appropriate Graphic Health Warnings, Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills Training for Clinicians and Non-Clinicians. CDC has supported Training of Trainers for Brief Tobacco Intervention Skills, and has also supported Data for Decisions Making Training. CDC will provide Epi Aid training (later in 2016) to develop public health intervention on tobacco use among pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers. Civil society has been helpful during the process of establishing the CM and training on 5.3. WHO Western Pacific Region
Panama Asistencia Prestada: Panamá ha facilitado apoyo financiero para ofrecer asistencia técnica y capacitación a los Estados Partes y no Partes, a través del Secretariado de CMCT. Taller Tabaco o Salud- Argentina 2018. Facilitadores de temas de cesación de tabaco y PPP. Congreso Mundial de Salud en Guadalajara Mexico. Facilitadores sobre el tema de PPP de productos de tabaco. Taller de Cooperación Sur-Sur para debatir los aspectos relacionados con la transparencia en la implementación del CMCT. 2018. Conferencias sobre las directrices del artículo 5.3 y su aplicación retrospectiva. 17ava Conferencia Mundial de Tabaco o Salud. Suráfrica 2018. Panamá fue elegido para el ejercicio de validación del análisis del entorno legal y de políticas públicas para el control de tabaco elaborado por el PNUD por requerimientos de la Secretaria del CMCT Apoyo financiero al Secretariado para el desarrollo de la primera reunión del grupo de trabajo sobre seguimiento y localización, según mandato de la Primera Reunión de las Partes del Protocolo para la Eliminación del Comercio Ilícito de los Productos de Tabaco ........... Asistencia Recibida. Capacitación a abogados por Mc Cabee Center (Australia) sobre temas relacionados con propiedad intelectual en materia de tabaco. Reunión de la Red Latinoamericana de Abogados de Tabaco. TFK. Washington 2018 Taller sobre artículo 5.3 en Tailandia 2018 Facilitadores internacionales (Colombia, Mexico, Uruguay, Brasil, Estados Unidos) durante el II Congreso Multidisciplinario Internacional de Tabaquismo y Enfermedades No Transmisibles ........... Asistencia Prestada: Panamá ha facilitado apoyo financiero para ofrecer asistencia técnica y capacitación a los Estados Partes y no Partes: 1. Pre COP 7. Asistencia de los países de la Región de las Américas. Panamá 2016 2. Taller Regional de Cooperación Sur-Sur sobre implementación del artículo 14 para países de las Américas. Panamá y Uruguay. Año: 2016 3. Taller de Cooperación Sur-Sur y Triangular en Uruguay para el Establecimiento de Prioridades de Cooperación. 2017 4. Taller de Cooperación Sur-Sur en Brasil Retos y Desafíos en la Implementación del Artículo 5.3 5. Taller de la Constitución de la Red e Impuestos al Tabaco de las Américas. Costa Rica. 2017 6. Taller de Políticas Fiscales para el Control del Comercio Ilícito. México. 2017 7. Experiencia sobre el Seguimiento de los Resultados de la GATS. Uruguay 2017 8. Reunión para el Control de la Interferencia de la Industria Tabacalera. Panamá. 2017 9. Taller Regional de Empaquetado y Etiquetado de Productos de Tabaco. Panamá. 2017 10. V Encuentro de la Sección y V Jornada Científica de Juristas de la Salud. 2016 11. Pasantía en Panamá de la Subdirectora de Asesoría Legal en Cuba. 2016 12. Taller Regional de Cooperación Sur - Sur para la implementación del artículo 14 del CMCT para países de la Región Afro. Ginebra. 2017 13. Taller del Secretariado del CMCT para la preparación del informe para la COP 7 sobre Sistemas electrónicos administradores o no de nicotina. Mayo de 2016 14. Apoyo financiero a la Secretaria del CMCT para la implementación del Plan de Trabajo aprobado en la COP 7 Asistencia Recibida. 1. Taller de Asesoría Técnica sobre la Interferencia de la Industria Tabacalera, Artículo 5.3. México. 2017 2. Taller Internacional sobre la Buena Gobernanza en el Control de Tabaco. Tailandia. 2017 3. Taller sobre la Implementación del artículo 19. Panamá. 2017 4. Asistencia Técnica del Centro de Cooperación Técnica de las Américas durante el debate del proyecto de Ley 136. 2017 Asistencia Prestada: Panamá ha facilitado apoyo financiero para recibir asistencia técnica y capacitación a los Estados Partes y no Partes de la Región de las Américas mediante el desarrollo de dos talleres regionales: 1.Taller Regional: política pública de prohibición de publicidad, promoción y patrocinio de los productos de tabaco. Mayo de 2014 2. Reunión Regional de preparación para la COP 6 y para impulsar la ratificación del Protocolo para la Eliminación del Comercio Ilícito de Productos de Tabaco. II semestre 2014. 3. Taller Subregional para la Ratificación del Protocolo para la eliminación del comercio ilícito de productos de tabaco. 2015 Costa Rica: Pasantía en Panamá en apoyo a la implementación de la GATS Costa Rica. México: Capacitación de gestores de Control de Tabaco. Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública 2015. MERCOSUR- Brasil: Experiencia de Panamá en la implementación del artículo 6 del CMCT. Impuestos al Tabaco. Colombia. Implementación de la prohibición de PPP de productos de tabaco. Perú: Abogacia para ratificar el protocolo para la eliminación del comercio ilícito de productos de tabaco. 2016; Implementación de la prohibición de PPP de productos de tabaco y ambientes libres de humo de tabaco. Apoyo en el Senado Peruano para impulsar las modificaciones a la legislación peruana en materia de PPP. Ecuador: Apoyo a la revisión de documentación vía virtual. Cuba: Implementaciòn de Ambientes Libres de Humo, Implementación de la prohibición de PPP de productos de tabaco y marco global del CMCT. Facilitación de advertencias sanitarias y sus pictogramas a países de la AMRO que lo han requerido Asistencia Recibida: Apoyo de Brasil y Canadá para la formulación del proyecto de ley sobre regulación de contenido y emisiones de productos de tabaco. WHO Region of the Americas
Papua New Guinea As indicated earlier on, assistance will be given to cessation. As indicated earlier on, assistance will be given to cessation. The revised Tobacco Bill is delaying, there is a need to focus on consumers. Cessation will have to been given priority. Technical Assistance will have to be provided to establish cessation services. This also apply to NRT . WHO Western Pacific Region
Paraguay ONG fundación Koeti trasferencia de conocimientos a la población Asistencia y asesoramiento en cesación tabáquica en la Argentina cooperación con MSAL Bases para la organización e implementación de un programa de Cesación tabaquica en Paraguay con estrategias poblaciones e individuales según el articulo 14 del CMCT Situación Paraguay: medidas relacionadas con precios e impuestos art. 6 del CMCT Comercio ilícito de productos de tabaco art. 15 Mapeo de las actividades de ñas IT, teniendo en cuenta los art. 12 y 13 del CMCT Análisis normativos y recomendaciones para fortalecer la gobernanza y proteger las políticas de control de tabaco Interferencia de la IT respecto de la adopción e implementan de políticas publicas de salud informe Paraguay Recomendaciones tendientes a generar un impacto a las políticas de control de tabaco en el país Ninguno Ninguno WHO Region of the Americas
Peru * Cooperación de la Universidad Jonh Hopking - Programa Internacional de Liderazgo en Control de Tabaco en América Latina y el Caribe. * Asesoría de la OPS para regular y normar los nuevos productos de tabaco. * 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. • Programa de cesación de tabaco. * La experiencia de Ecuador en medidas fiscales y de seguimiento y localización * Tomando acción para proteger a los agricultores de tabaco y al medio ambiente Answer not provided WHO Region of the Americas
Philippines • The Philippines provided technical assistance to Vietnam (2018) and Myanmar (2019) relative to the implementation of WHO FCTC Article 6, particularly the creation and implementation of the Philippine Sin Tax Reform Law. • Joint Mission of the United Nations Inter-Agency Task Force (UNIATF) and the WHO FCTC Secretariat, May 2019. Recommendations on the following articles were provided during the mission: Article 2.1, 2.2, 4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 26 1) Brazil provided assistance on alternative livelihood and coordinating mechanism to the Philippines. 2) Philippines provided technical assistance to Mongolia, Malaysia, Nepal and Maldives on Price Tax Measures. The Philippines received assistance from the following organizations: 1. WHO: funded the conduct of the National Forum on Smoking Cessation (2015) 2. Bloomberg Philanthropies: funded 4 projects of the Department of Health on Tobacco Control 3. McCabe Center for Law and Cancer: included a DOH lawyer in their training program. 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). Resources from ACS for the Great Polish Smoke-out campaign and cancer and tobacco control trainings and conferences (1990s); Resources from WHO for strengthening country and regional tobacco control, for example within activities undertaken by WHO Collaborating Centre at the Epidemiology Department in the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Center and Institute (in years 1994-2010; Grants from OSI and AI for tobacco control advocacy in Poland and other countries of Central and Eastern Europe; Resources from WB for preparing report on economic aspects of tobacco epidemic and control in Poland (1990s); Research grants for conducting GYTS (1999, 2003, 2009) and GATS (2009-2010) studies from CDC; Research grants from IARC for analyzing aetiology of tobacco-related cancers (since 1980s); Research grants from JHU for study on nicotine biomarkers and secondhand exposure at home and public places (Since 2000); Grants from, BI for implementing comprehensive smoke-free policies and analyzing tobacco industry strategy in Poland; Resources and grants from WLF for media campaigns and related surveys (last edition of "Cigarettes eat you alive" campaign with financial support from WLF was conducted in 2009). Resources from ACS for the Great Polish Smoke-out campaign and cancer and tobacco control trainings and conferences (1990s); Resources from WHO for strengthening country and regional tobacco control, for example within activities undertaken by WHO Collaborating Centre at the Epidemiology Department in the Maria Sklodowska-Curie Memorial Cancer Center and Institute (in years 1994-2010; Grants from OSI and AI for tobacco control advocacy in Poland and other countries of Central and Eastern Europe; Resources from WB for preparing report on economic aspects of tobacco epidemic and control in Poland (1990s); Research grants for conducting GYTS (1999, 2003, 2009) and GATS (2009-2010) studies from CDC; Research grants from IARC for analyzing aetiology of tobacco-related cancers (since 1980s); Research grants from JHU for study on nicotine biomarkers and secondhand exposure at home and public places (Since 2000); Grants from, BI for implementing comprehensive smoke-free policies and analyzing tobacco industry strategy in Poland; Resources and grants from WLF for media campaigns and related surveys (last edition of "Cigarettes eat you alive" campaign with financial support from WLF was conducted in 2009). WHO European Region
Portugal Answer not provided Portugal is a Member-State of European Union. In this context we received support from European Comission in tecnical aspects of implementation of the Directive 2014/40 from the European Coucil and the Parliament of 3 of April, regarding tobacco products regulation. Portugal is a Member-State of European Union. In this context we received support from European Comission in tecnical aspects of implementation of the Directive 2014/40 from the European Coucil and the Parliament of 3 of April, regarding tobacco products regulation. WHO European Region
Qatar Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Republic of Korea Answer not provided - Participating the WHO FCTC Impact Assessment(Mar. 2016) which contributed to build good example and evidence on the WHO FCTC implementation and its positive impact in improving national tobacco control policy. - Organizing overseas training for the Regional Tobacco Cessation Centers, community health clinics, school teachers for youth smoking prevention programmes in order to facilitate information exchange with relevant organizations and institutions abroad, at least once per year. - Drafting and proposing a decision on gender-specific tobacco control at the WHO FCTC COP7 in order to raise awareness on the importance of considering gender-specific elements when developing tobacco control and to contribute promotion of sustainable tobacco control(Nov. 2016) - Hosting “International Symposium on Tobacco Control: An evaluation and the way forward”, with the sponsorship of the WHO WPRO, to reinforce the importance of socioeconomic aspects of tobacco control and to strengthen global networking for further exchange of knowledge among experts (Mar. 2017) - Hosting “Asia Pacific Quitline Network Workshop” to share experiences of quitline in the region and to provide trainings for new tobacco cessation services.(Sept. 2017) - Organizing the “Global Forum on Tobacco Control : tacking new challenges” in November 2017 to evaluate one-year implementation of pictorial health warnings as well as to discuss newly emerging issues including the Heated Tobacco Products with the participation of guest speakers from the WHO, Thailand, Switzerland, Japan - Participating the Plain Packaging Workshop hosted by the FCTC Convention Secretariat to explore the international trends in tobacco packaging and labelling as well as to discuss on Korea’s further strategy in tobacco packaging regulation.(Oct. 2017) - Participating the ASEAN+3 Conference on NCDs hosted by the government of the Philippines to share good practices and recent progress in Korea’s national tobacco control policies, highlighting development of national tobacco cessation services.(Oct. 2017) - Participating the 2nd meeting of the Global Tobacco Regulators’ Forum to share and discuss national situation and policies regarding the Heated Tobacco Products (Mar. 2018) - Participating the17th World Conference on Tobacco or Health to share research outcomes in Korea and to explore key issues in tobacco control in March 2018. - Supporting the President of the 6th session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO FCTC, Professor Changjin Moon, the Korean government assisted the President to perform his role during his presidency(November 2012 – November 2014), which resulted to an effective and one of the most successful Conference of the Parties with number of significant outcomes. - Co-hosting a COP6 lunchtime seminar with the WPRO TFI on the Art. 19 implementation. This seminar emphasized the importance of Article 19 and tobacco litigation as a strategic tool for tobacco control and the need for stronger regional and global cooperation. - Visits to the ASH(Action on Smoking and Health) in Thailand, McCabe Centre for Law and Cancer, and Department of Health of the Australian Government in March 2015. The visits aimed to learn from other Parties with successful implementation of the pictorial health warnings as well as to expand the collaborative networks. - Participating the16th World Conference on Tobacco or Health to share research outcomes in Korea and to explore key issues in tobacco control in March 2015. - Participating the “FCTC South-South and Triangular Cooperation Meeting (September in 2015)” to share some best practices of Korea’s tobacco control policy and to enlarge international cooperation among various Parties and organizations in order to prepare for the establishment of the FCTC Knowledge Hub. - Organizing the “Global Forum on Tobacco Control: 10th Anniversary of the WHO FCTC” in November 2015 to celebrate 10th anniversary of entry into force of the WHO FCTC and to review historical moments of the FCTC development, exploring an evolving trend of national tobacco control policies around the world. - Participating the Fellowship program of the WHO Collaborating Centre in Hong Kong and completed 5-day curricula in November 2014 and November 2015. WHO Western Pacific Region
Republic of Moldova Support in transfer and acquisition of knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control for development of national Tobacco control strategies - after Needs Assessment report in 2010 was set an action plan to develop comprehensive Tobacco control policies. Moldova received technical assistance from WHO, WHO experts for development of the first National Tobacco Control Programme for the years 2012-2016, 2 National Policy Dialogues on Tobacco Control in 2014 and 2015, new Tobacco Control Law adopted on 29.05.2015 which entered into force on 17.09.2015, implementation in 2018 a national communication campaign. focused on current and potential users of tobacco. In 2017 Republic of Moldova become a part of the JATC (Joint Action Tobacco Control Program for implementation of the EU Directive 40 on Tobacco Products), process started in December 2017, and National Agency for Public Health become a collaborating partner for JATC Support in transfer and acquisition of knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control for development of national Tobacco control strategies - after Needs Assessment report in 2010 was set an action plan to develop comprehensive Tobacco control policies. Moldova received technical assistance from WHO, WHO experts for development of the first National Tobacco Control Programme for the years 2012-2016, 2 National Policy Dialogues on Tobacco Control in 2014 and 2015, new Tobacco Control Law adopted on 29.05.2015 which entered into force on 17.09.2015, implementation in 2017 national communication campaign. focused on current and potential users of tobacco. In 2017 Republic of Moldova become a part of the JATC (Joint Action Tobacco Control Program for implementation of the EU Directive 40 on Tobacco Products), process started in December 2017, and National Center of Public Health become a collaborating partner for JATC Support in transfer and acquisition of knowledge, skills, capacity and expertise related to tobacco control for development of national Tobacco control strategies - after Needs Assessment report in 2010 was set an action plan to develop comprehensive Tobacco control policies. Moldova received technical assistance from WHO, WHO experts for development of the first National Tobacco Control Programme for the years 2012-2016, 2 National Policy Dialogues on Tobacco Control in 2014 and 2015, new Tobacco Control Law adopted on 29.05.2015 which entered into force on 17.09.2015, implementation in 2013 and 2014 national communication campaigns focused on current and potential users of tobacco. WHO European Region
Romania Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Russian Federation В соответствии с пунктом 27 Технического регламента Таможенного союза «Технический регламент на табачную продукцию» (ТР ТС 035/2014, далее – Технический регламент) Евразийская экономическая комиссия (Решение Совета ЕЭК № 18 от 17 марта 2016 г.) утвердила эскизы предупреждений о вреде потребления табачных изделий и параметры их нанесения на потребительскую упаковку табачной продукции (далее соответственно – эскизы предупреждений). Эскизы адаптированы Минздравом России для каждого государства-члена ЕАЭС (общее количество эскизов – 72). Эскизы предупреждений направлены на информирование населения государств-членов ЕАЭС о разрушительных последствиях потребления табачных изделий и табачного дыма для здоровья человека и предназначены для нанесения на табачную продукцию, которая выпускается на территории Евразийского экономического союза. В соответствии с пунктом 16 Технического регламента Минздравом России совместно с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов ЕАЭС разработан и направлен для утверждения в Евразийскую экономическую комиссию проект формы отчета о составе реализованных на территории государства-члена Евразийского экономического союза в течение отчетного календарного года табачных изделий и выделяемых ими веществах. Разработанный проект отчета позволит получить от изготовителей и импортеров табачной продукции информацию о составе табачных изделий и выделяемых ими продуктов, а также об их токсичности и аддиктивности, что позволит использовать эту информацию при разработке и реализации соответствующих мер, направленных на противодействие потреблению табака. Report not provided Шестая сессия Конференции Сторон (КС6) проходила в Москве, Российская Федерация, с 13 по 18 октября 2014 г. В соответствии с пунктом 27 Технического регламента Таможенного союза «Технический регламент на табачную продукцию» (ТР ТС 035/2014, далее – Технический регламент) Минздрав России совместно с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов в 2015 г. разработал и представил в Евразийскую экономическую комиссию эскизы предупреждений о вреде потребления табачных изделий и параметры их нанесения на потребительскую упаковку табачной продукции (далее соответственно – эскизы предупреждений). Эскизы адаптированы для каждого государства-члена ЕАЭС (общее количество эскизов – 72). Эскизы предупреждений направлены на информирование населения государств-членов ЕАЭС о разрушительных последствиях потребления табачных изделий и табачного дыма для здоровья человека и предназначены для нанесения на табачную продукцию, которая выпускается на территории Евразийского экономического союза. Предупреждения будут располагаться в верхней части упаковки табачных изделий и занимать не менее 50 % площади каждой основной стороны упаковки. Эскизы и параметры их нанесения вынесены на повестку дня заседания Совета ЕЭК 17 марта 2016 г. для их утверждения. В соответствии с пунктом 16 Технического регламента Минздравом России совместно с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов ЕАЭС в 2015 г. разработан и направлен для утверждения в Евразийскую экономическую комиссию проект формы отчета о составе реализованных на территории государства-члена Евразийского экономического союза в течение отчетного календарного года табачных изделий и выделяемых ими веществах. Разработанный проект отчета позволит получить от изготовителей и импортеров табачной продукции информацию о составе табачных изделий и выделяемых ими продуктов, а также об их токсичности и аддиктивности, что позволит использовать эту информацию при разработке и реализации соответствующих мер, направленных на противодействие потреблению табака. В соответствии с пунктом 3 Решения Совета ЕЭК от 12 ноября 2014 г. Минздравом России совместно с министерствами здравоохранения государств-членов ЕАЭС в 2015 г. подготовлен проект международного договора о запрете производства, ввоза и обращения некурительных табачных изделий на территориях государств – членов Евразийского экономического союза. Указанный проект международного договора был направлен в Евразийскую экономическую комиссию и был направлен на рассмотрение в государства-члены ЕАЭС. WHO European Region
Rwanda WHO provided financial support to celebrate World No Tobacco Day 2006, 2009, 2013 . WHO provided financial support to conduct NCDs Risk Facotors Survey whereby we incorporated questions related to tobacco. WHO through gate foundation has provided over 90 millions Rwandan francs to implement tobacco control activities from 2018-2020 WHO provided financial support to celebrate World No Tobacco Day 2006, 2009, 2013 . WHO provided financial support to conduct NCDs Risk Facotors Survey whereby we incorporated questions related to tobacco. WHO through gate foundation has provided over 90 millions Rwandan francs to implement tobacco control activities from 2018-2020 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 Implementation of tobacco product labelling, use of tobacco data for policy and programme development, implementation of MPOWER Strategies, Development and Implementation of Anti-Tobacco awareness campaigns, the options and processes for the use of taxation as consumption control measure and for the implementation of a harmonized tobacco tax regime in the OECS Union. Implementation of tobacco product labelling, use of tobacco data for policy and programme Project development and implementation specific to public awareness 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 As stated above 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 Answer not provided Answer not provided Report not provided WHO African Region
Saudi Arabia Answer not provided Answer not provided - جاري عقد مؤتمر دولي في شهر مايو لعرض تجربة التوعيه الاكترونيه وعرض تجربة العيادات المتنقله لعلاج المدخنين وقد تم عرض ذلك مسبقا في اجتماعت منظمة الصحه العالميه والمنظمات الخليجية WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Senegal Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Serbia 1. Grant by the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use for the project „Building consensus for adoption and full compliance with 100% smoke-free law in Serbia“, April 2017 – March 2019. 2. WHO Regional Office for Europe financed the on-going "Study on economic and social impact of tobacco use in Serbia". 3. Institute of Public Health of Serbia participated in adaptation to Serbian language the "Guidelines for smoking cessation" of the European Network for Smoking Cessation. 4. Joint Action on Tobacco Control, EU funded project, a collaborative action between the European Commission and 30 project partners/institutions. Institute of Public Health of Serbia participates in this project after being nominated by the Ministry of Health of Serbia. 1. WHO Regional Office for Europe supported 3 participants from the Ministry of Health and Institute of Public Health of Serbia (Office for Smoking Prevention) to the European Regional Tobacco Control Leadership Program, Kiev 3 - 9 September, 2017, organized by the WHO Regional Office for Europe and the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; 2. WHO Regional Office for Europe supported 2 participants from the Ministry of Health to the Sub-regional workshop "The role of advocacy in the implementation of the WHO FCTC", Dubrovnik, 18-19 May, 2017; 3. WHO Regional Office for Europe supported 3 participants from the Ministry of Health and Institute of Public Health of Serbia (Office for Smoking Prevention) to the Sub-regional meeting on the implementation of the WHO FCTC for the South-eastern European countries, Budva, Montenegro, 24-27 October 2016. 4. WHO Regional Office for Europe supported 2 participants from the Ministry of Health to the European Regional Meeting on the implementation of the WHO FCTC, Аshgabat, Turkmenistan, 28-29 April 2016. 5. Grant by the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use for the study „Building consensus for adoption and full compliance with 100% smoke-free law in Serbia, April 2017 – November 2018. 6. WHO Regional Office for Europe financed the on-going "Study on economic and social impact of tobacco use in Serbia" (2017-2018). 7. EU - EuroPean Accreditation Curriculum on Tobacco Treatment (EPACTT 2) Project: Joint Action on Tobacco Control (Institute of Public Health of Serbia is a partner in adaptation of the Guidelines for smoking cessation of the European Network for smoking cessation). In 2014 WHO Regional Office for Europe supported participation of one representative at the GYTS Analysis Workshop, Tunisia, 13 - 16 May, 2014. In 2015 U.S. National Cancer Institute supported participation of one country representative at The 1st International Tobacco Control Research Workshop in Ankara, 24-26 March, 2015; WHO Regional Office for Europe supported participation of one Ministry of Health representative at Technical Consultation Meeting on the Roadmap of Actions to fully implement the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in Europe, Moscow, Russian Federation, 24-25 February 2015, and participation of three representatives in Sub-regional meeting on scaling up the implementation of the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in South-East European countries organized 18-20 November (Albania, Tirane) EU financed (through the IPA funds) a six month project Improving the Tobacco Control in Serbia, implemented in 2014 by the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Serbia and National Finish Institute of Health and Welfare, which had three components: Assessment and recommendations for improvement of legal framework on tobacco control; 2. Strengthening tobacco monitoring and data collection systems, and 3. Fostering multi-sector cooperation in the field of tobacco control WHO European Region
Seychelles Seychelles received financial and technical support from WHO to conduct a pilot survey to to monitor compliance with smoke free laws and tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship bans in 2019. Within these various support initiatives, further collaboration has been developed, in particular with other experts Dr. Pascal Bovet, University of Lausanne, Switzerland) particularly for tobacco control legislation and studies related to tobacco prevalence and impact of smoking on health. Seychelles received financial support from WHO under the WHO POA 2016-2018 to organise World No Tobacco Days and for sensitization of various tobacco control activities. Within these various support initiatives, further collaboration has been developed, in particular with other experts Dr. Pascal Bovet, University of Lausanne, Switzerland) particularly for tobacco control legislation and studies related to tobacco prevalence and impact of smoking on health. Seychelles received financial support from WHO under the WHO POA 2014-2016 to organise World No Tobacco Days and funding for two officers to participate in the COP6. In addition, Seychelles also received financial assistance from WHO with the conduct of the Global Youth Tobacco Survey, in students aged 13-15 years in 2015. Within these various support initiatives, further collaboration has been developed, in particular with other experts Dr. Pascal Bovet, University of Lausanne, Switzerland) particularly for tobacco control legislation and studies related to tobacco prevalence and impact of smoking on health. WHO African Region
Sierra Leone Tchnical Support on all areas of tobacco control FCTC 2030 Development team /CSF Assistance in Tax issues (UCT) Assistance in legal drafting by law officers department Sierra Leone Assistance in tobacco Tax harmonization and illicit trade Control ECOWAS Assistance in popularization of the draft bill by Health for all Coalition a Civil Society Group Tchnical Support on all areas of tobacco control FCTC 2030 Development team /CSF Assistance in Tax issues (UCT) Assistance in legal drafting (ILC and WHO AFRO) Assistance in tobacco Tax harmonization and illicit trade Control ECOWAS Answer not provided WHO African Region
Singapore Technical Support / Capacity Building Programmes for region and involvement in activities organized by Convention Secretariat (period between 1 March 2018 to 31 January 2020) Singapore through WHO TobLabNet and in collaboration with various WHO platforms, continues to support the work requested by COP in capacity building by providing technical training and consultation on tobacco testing, in line with decision FCTC/COP8(21) of the eight session of the Conference\of the Parties (COP8) of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC). During the period in review, Singapore provided tobacco-testing support to regulatory agencies for countries at southeast asia (SEARO) and western pacific region (WPRO) which help to fulfil their FCTC obligations. Various forms of tobacco product received from Samoa, Solomon Island, Fiji,, Kiribati, Niue, Micronesia-Yap State, Palau, Indonesia, Timor Leste and Tonga were tested and this serve as information and reference to build on product regulatory activities in these countries. In line with decision FCTC/COP/3/DIV/3; FCTC/COP7(14); FCTC/COP8(21) and FCTC/COP8(22), Singapore was involved in the following: • Completed the finalization of three Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for determination of aldehydes (SOP08) and volatile organics (SOP09) in mainstream cigarette smoke under ISO and intense smoking conditions and determination of nicotine and carbon monoxide in mainstream cigarette smoke under intense smoking condition (SOP10). These SOPs were published at WHO website. • participated as Chair of WHO TobLabNet at a meeting on tobacco addictiveness reduction measures to discuss current and emerging knowledge on the issue and examined the potential positive and negative individual and societal consequences, as well as conditions and challenges to support successful implementation. The meeting was organized by the Convention Secretariat and WHO and was held from 15 to 16 May 2018 in Berlin, Germany. • participated as Chair of WHO TobLabNet and presented at the Regional Preparatory Workshop For the Eight Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO FCTC), hosted by WPRO which was held from 28 to 30 August 2018, at Manila, The Philippines. • participated as Chair of WHO TobLabNet to be the resource person at the Eight Session of the Conference of the Parties to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control, held from 1 to 8 October 2018, in Geneva, Switzerland. • participated as Expert at the meeting to review the latest available scientific evidence on the impact of cigarette ventilation on cigarette use, held from 18 to 19 November 2019 organized by the Convention Secretariat and WHO in Bilthoven, The Netherlands • participated as Chair of WHO TobLabNet at the Expert Group Meeting on Articles 9 & 10 of the WHO FCTC to examine the reasons for low implementation of Articles 9 and 10 of the Convention, held from 21 to 22 November 2019, organized by the Convention Secretariat. Technical Support / Capacity Building Programmes Singapore through WHO TobLabNet and in synergy with various WHO platforms, continues to suppport the work requested by COP in capacity building by providing technical training and consultation in tobacco testing. Singapore provides tobacco testing service to regulatory agencies for countries at the western pacific region. Through WHO TobLabNet platform: Singapore involved in the following activities requested by COP: • Provision of technical input and facilitated the finalization of Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for determination of toxicants in mainstream cigarette smoke under ISO and intense smoking regime for aldehydes (SOP08) and volatile organics (SOP09). • Lead the assessment in evaluating the applicability of TobLabNet’s SOP in nicotine content testing in smokeless tobacco. • Completed the assessment on the applicability of TobLabNet’s validated SOPs for nicotine TSNA and B[a]P in smokeless tobacco. • Provision of technical inputs on activities requested by COP on waterpipes, ENDS/ENNDS, heat not burn products to WHO and sharing of technical experience at various WHO meeting platforms. Nil. WHO Western Pacific Region
Slovakia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Slovenia Report not provided Legal assistance was provided for Slovenia for introduction of stricter legislative measures, especially of plain packaging. Slovenia provided legal assistence about introduced stricter tobacco control measures for Georgia and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Legal assistance was provided for Slovenia for introduction of stricter legislative measures, especially of plain packaging. WHO European Region
Solomon Islands The main party that has been assisting us on tobacco control is WHO. There is also small support coming from SPC (Community of the South Pacific). In the past two years their work has involved training and workshops on accelerating excise tax on tobacco. WHO, together with the McCabe Cancer Centre (Melbourne) have rendered technical assistance towards the strengthening of tobacco control legislation as well as tobacco control enforcement work. Under WHO funds we have also had a consultant doing work on tobacco tax regimes to help inform and assist the Economic Reform Unit, Ministry of Finance. The main party that has been assisting us on tobacco control is WHO. In the past two years their work has involved training and workshops on accelerating excise tax on tobacco. WHO, together with the McCabe Cancer Centre (Melbourne) have rendered technical assistance towards the strengthening of tobacco control legislation as well as tobacco control enforcement work. Report not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
South Africa -The WHO FCTC Africa Centre for Tobacco Industry Monitoring and Policy Research (ATIM) is funded by external donors. ATIM in turn provides technical assistance and training to advocates in some African Countries. ATIM is aimed at disseminating the latest trends and research on tobacco control to advocates, academics and policy makers across the African region. The Centre has provided training to tobacco control advocates from across 11 countries in Africa -Economics of Tobacco Control Project - The ETCP is "the only WHO FCTC Knowledge Hub on Tobacco Products Taxation on the African continent housed in the Economics of Tobacco Control Project at the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town at UCT, with the full support of the National Department of Health and focuses on two Articles of the WHO FCTC, namely Article 6: “Price and tax measures to reduce the demand for tobacco” and Article 15: Illicit trade in tobacco products”. The hub has provided institutional capacity for evidence-based research and technical assistance to governments for effective tobacco control in Africa. -The WHO FCTC Africa Centre for Tobacco Industry Monitoring and Policy Research (ATIM) is funded by external donors. ATIM in turn provides technical assistance and training to advocates in some African Countries. ATIM is aimed at disseminating the latest trends and research on tobacco control to advocates, academics and policy makers across the African region. The Centre has provided training to tobacco control advocates from across 11 countries in Africa -Economics of Tobacco Control Project - The ETCP is "the only WHO FCTC Knowledge Hub on Tobacco Products Taxation on the African continent housed in the Economics of Tobacco Control Project at the School of Economics at the University of Cape Town at UCT, with the full support of the National Department of Health and focuses on two Articles of the WHO FCTC, namely Article 6: “Price and tax measures to reduce the demand for tobacco” and Article 15: Illicit trade in tobacco products”. The hub has provided institutional capacity for evidence-based research and technical assistance to governments for effective tobacco control in Africa. The WHO Country, Regional and Head Office, through the University of Pretoria Technical support for development of regulations and capacity building for health workers WHO African Region
Spain Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Sri Lanka Assistance Received: Surveillance: GATS, GYTS, Introduction of tobacco quit line Tobacco Industry Monitoring Centre (Observatory) Assistance Received: Surveillance: GATS, GYTS, Introduction of tobacco quit line Tobacco Industry Monitoring Centre (Observatory) Answer not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Sudan الدعم الفني التدريب و رفع القدرات داخليا و خارجيا توفير ميزانيات لتنفيذ الانشطة التدريب ورفع القدرات Report not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Suriname Answer not provided Answer not provided We shared our Tobacco Law with other parties And also our pictographs WHO Region of the Americas
Sweden Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO European Region
Syrian Arab Republic تم تلقي مساعدات مالية محدودة للغاية من منظمة الصحة العالمية في مجال برامج التدريب والتثقيف وبحوث محددات الاستهلاك للتبغ (CDC مسوح التبغ والشباب ومسوح العاملين في المدارس ) تم تلقي مساعدات مالية محدودة للغاية من منظمة الصحة العالمية في مجال برامج التدريب والتثقيف وبحوث محددات الاستهلاك للتبغ (CDC مسوح التبغ والشباب ومسوح العاملين في المدارس ) تم تلقي مساعدات مالية محدودة من منظمة الصحة العالمية في مجال برامج التدريب والتثقيف وبحوث محددات الاستهلاك للتبغ (CDC مسوح التبغ والشباب للعاملين في المدارس ) WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Tajikistan Report not provided Report not provided Report not provided WHO European Region
Thailand Assistance received in sharing knowledge WHO FCTC Art.11, 13, ENDs and HTP control. Assistance provided: to share experience and knowleage on tobacco control in accordance with WHO FCTC. For example, article 6, 9&10, 12, 14, 15, 17&18 and 21 Assistance provided: to share experience and knowleage on tobacco control in accordance with WHO FCTC. For example, article 6, 9&10, 12, 14, 15, 17&18 and 21 WHO South-East Asia Region
The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia Knowledge, skills, strategy, research Knowledge, skills, strategy, research Knowledge, skills, strategy, research WHO European Region
Timor-Leste Technical and Financial for development of Tobacco Control Legislation, Advocacy Workshop, Promotion activities for tobacco Control through the media, Training capacity building for health staff and non-health staff. Technical and Financial for development of Tobacco Control Legislation, Advocacy Workshop, Promotion activities for tobacco Control through the media, Training capacity building for health staff and non-health staff. Report not provided WHO South-East Asia Region
Togo Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Tonga As in the last Report, technical and financial assistance received included trainings on quitline and cessation supports; technical advisors on social marketing and creative media production in preparation for our mass-media tobacco campaigns, adaptation of TV ads on tobacco campaigns from various organizations in overseas to local context, conducting pretesting and analysis of tobacco TV ads and promotional materials; conducting need assessment on the implementation of FCTC in Tonga; and provision of vehicle for enforcement activities to retail shops and smoke free areas. Technical assistance provided by Tobacco Control Unit Officers to health care workers included training on tobacco brief interventions, quitline and counseling supports for smokers who want to quit. Also provided technical support and assistance in the development of the new NCD Strategys tobacco component. Technical and financial assistance received included trainings on quitline and cessation supports; technical advisors on social marketing and creative media production in preparation for our mass-media tobacco campaigns, adaptation of TV ads on tobacco campaigns from various organizations in overseas to local context, conducting pretesting and analysis of tobacco TV ads and promotional materials; conducting need assessment on the implementation of FCTC in Tonga; and provision of vehicle for enforcement activities to retail shops and smoke free areas. Technical assistance provided by Tobacco Control Unit Officers to health care workers included training on tobacco brief interventions, quitline and counseling supports for smokers who want to quit. Also provided technical support and assistance in the development of the new NCD Strategys tobacco component. Technical and financial assistance received included trainings on quitline and cessation supports; technical advisors on social marketing and creative media production in preparation for our mass-media tobacco campaigns, adaptation of TV ads on tobacco campaigns from various organizations in overseas to local context, conducting pretesting and analysis of tobacco TV ads and promotional materials; conducting need assessment on the implementation of FCTC in Tonga; and provision of vehicle for enforcement activities to retail shops and smoke free areas. Technical assistance provided by Tobacco Control Unit Officers to health care workers included training on tobacco brief interventions, quitline and counseling supports for smokers who want to quit. Also provided technical support and assistance in the development of the new NCD Strategys tobacco component. WHO Western Pacific Region
Trinidad and Tobago The Tobacco Control Unit has provided technical advice on smoking cessation programmes to RHAs. We have worked with the Ministry of Education to develop health education programmes in schools, the Ministry of National Security to enforce legislation and ensure compliance and the Ministry of Finance to increase taxes. The Tobacco Control Unit has provided technical advices on smoking cessation programmes to RHAs. We have worked with the Ministry of Education to develop health education programmes in schools, the Ministry of National Security to enforce legislation and ensure compliance, and the Ministry of Finance to increase taxes. Received: The Tobacco Control Unit received a US$ 10 000 grant to develop a framework for a surveillance system for tobacco and related products. The Tobacco Control Unit has provided technical advices on smoking cessation programmes to RHAs. We have worked with the Ministry of Education to develop health education programmes in schools, the Ministry of National Security to enforce legislation and ensure compliance, and the Ministry of Finance to increase taxes. WHO Region of the Americas
Tunisia - De lOMS : sous forme de séminaires de formation (formation des médecins de première ligne en matière daide au sevrage tabagique), de financement denquêtes GYTS et dassistance technique (finalisation de la révision de la loi 17/98 relative à la prévention des méfaits du tabac selon les directives de la convention cadre de lutte contre le tabac), - De la Jordanie (Centre de prise en charge des cancers Roi Houssein et Global Bridges) sous forme de formation des formateurs en matière de traitement de laddiction tabagique. - De lOMS : sous forme de séminaires de formation (formation des médecins de première ligne en matière daide au sevrage tabagique), de financement denquêtes GYTS et dassistance technique (finalisation de la révision de la loi 17/98 relative à la prévention des méfaits du tabac selon les directives de la convention cadre de lutte contre le tabac), - De la Jordanie (Centre de prise en charge des cancers Roi Houssein et Global Bridges) sous forme de formation des formateurs en matière de traitement de laddiction tabagique. Aide reçue: sous forme de séminaires de formation, de financement denquêtes et dassistance technique et de la part de lOMS , sous forme de formation des formateurs en matière de traitement de laddiction de la part de la Jordanie (Global Bridges). WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Turkey Technical assistance on the implementation of tobacco control researches have been given to interested parties in a workshop organized by SESRIC (Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries) with the collaboration with MOH of Turkey, WHO and CDC in 2018. On the other hand, technical support has been particularly provided to Egypt and Indonesia. Moreover a technical workshop on tobacco control in Turkey has been given to participants from Jordan in 2019. Moreover, Turkey has been contributing FCTC Guidelines of Articles 9&10 as a Key Informant. Technical assistance on the implementation of tobacco control law including the pictorial health warnings, inspections of the smeokefree violations, cessations have been given to interested parties especially in the workshop organized by SESRIC (Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Center for Islamic Countries) in August 2017 as well as in Knowledge Sharing Workshop on Tobacco Control Policies in the OIC Member States organized by Green Crescent Society in November 2016 in Istanbul. On the other hand, technical support has been particularly provided to Albania and Turkmenistan on the inspection due to violations. Moreover, Turkey has been contributing drafting FCTC Guidelines of Articles 9&10 as a Key Facilitator. Technical assistance on the implementation of tobacco control law including the pictorial health warnings, inspections of the smeokefree violations, cessations have been given to interested parties. Moreover, Turkey has been contributing drafting FCTC Guidelines of Articles 9&10 and Sustainable Measures of the FCTC Implementation Working Group as Key Facilitators. Moreover, Turkish Government organized 1st International Tobacco Control Research Workshop on March 2015 through the collaboration with WHO WHO European Region
Turkmenistan Семинар по налогообложению табачных изделий (2019 год-Европейское региональное бюро Всемирной Организации Здравоохранения), Семинар по отказу от курения (2019 год- Европейское региональное бюро Всемирной Организации Здравоохранения) Answer not provided Answer not provided 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 Needs assessment mission of the WHO FCTC Secretariat was conducted in November 2017. Needs assessment mission of the WHO FCTC Secretariat was conducted in November 2017. No assistance. WHO European Region
United Arab Emirates Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland The UK Government is investing £15 million of Official Development Assistance (ODA) funds over five years, 2016/17 to 2020/21, in order to strengthen the implementation of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Framework Convention for Tobacco Control (FCTC) for low and middle income countries. This is the FCTC 2030 project led by the FCTC Secretariat. The FCTC 2030 project is directly supporting 15 countries in developing and taking forward tobacco control strategies. It is particularly focused on supporting countries to: • implement the requirements of Article 5 (general obligations) of the WHO FCTC, to improve tobacco control governance, • increase tobacco tax • implement the two WHO FCTC time-bound measures on (i) tobacco packaging and (ii) ending tobacco advertising), and • implement other Articles of the WHO FCTC according to national priorities. The UK Government is investing £15 million of Official Development Assistance (ODA) funds over five years, 2016/17 to 2020/21, in order to strengthen the implementation of the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Framework Convention for Tobacco Control (FCTC) for developing countries. This is the FCTC2030 project led by the FCTC Secretariat. The high level objectives include: • the FCTC 2030 project is directly supporting 15 countries in developing and taking forward tobacco control strategies. It is particularly focused on supporting countries to: • implement the requirements of Article 5 (general obligations) of the WHO FCTC, to improve tobacco control governance, • increase tobacco tax • implement the two WHO FCTC time-bound measures on (i) tobacco packaging and (ii) ending tobacco advertising), and • implement other Articles of the WHO FCTC according to national priorities. Assistance provided on a range of tobacco control issues. WHO European Region
United Republic of Tanzania Sensitization to legal personnel on tobacco control. Sensitization to legal personnel on tobacco control. Sensitization to legal personnel on tobacco control. WHO African Region
Uruguay Answer not provided Se asesoró a Colombia sobre política de impuestos al tabaco (art.6) y también sobre cesación del consumo de tabaco. Se brindó asesoramiento a Costa Rica, Bolivia, Colombia, Chile, Jamaica, Surinam y Georgia para la elaboración de una Estrategia Nacional de Cesación del consumo de tabaco. Se asesoró a Ecuador y Colombia sobre política de impuestos. Se asesoró a Colombia sobre advertencias sanitarias. Se realizaron además en Montevideo 2 Foros de Cooperación: 1 dirigido a los países de América Latina sobre implementación del Convenio Marco y el 2º para los países del Caribe, sobre advertencias sanitarias y ambientes libres de humo de tabaco. Se ha recibido asistencia de Brasil en el tema de alternativas al cultivo de tabaco. WHO Region of the Americas
Uzbekistan Report not provided Report not provided Помощь была получена по следующим вопросам: 1. В процессе подготовки проекта закона, предусматривающее внесение изменений и дополнений в Кодекс Республики Узбекистан «Об административной ответственности» получена помощь в проведении анализа международного опыта по административным мерам наказаниям за употребление табачной продукции на рабочих местах, общественных местах и в общественных транспортах. Позднее, 29 декабря 2015 г. был принят Закон Республики Узбекистан «О внесении изменений и дополнений в некоторые законодательные акты Республики Узбекистан». 2. Проведено изучение распространенности употребления табака среди подростков в возрасте 13-15 лет (GYTC). Отчет был подготовлен в 2014 г. 3. Проведено изучение распространенности факторов риска НИЗ, включая употребление табака с использованием методологии STEPS ВОЗ. В рамках исследования при участии экспертов ВОЗ проведены ориентационный семинар для лиц, принимающих решения, четыре семинаров по методологии исследования, по сбору данных, по анализу данных и подготовке отчета, а также по ознакомлению результатами исследования и принятию управленческих решений. 4. При участии экспертов ВОЗ в мае 2015 г. проведен семинар по предоставлению коротких вмешательств по табачной зависимости. В настоящее время завершается разработка учебной программы по предоставлению коротких вмешательств по табачной зависимости в учреждениях ПМСП. 5. Подготовлен отчет «Осуществляемые меры в области сокращения употребления табака и алкоголя в Узбекистане. Дальнейшие шаги.». WHO European Region
Vanuatu Answer not provided Report not provided Answer not provided WHO Western Pacific Region
Venezuela Ver punto 4.7 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 شاركت بلادنا في العديد من ورشات العمل ودورات التدريب في عمل المسوحات وتنفيذها خاصة ما يتعلق بالمسح العالمي لتعاطي التبغ بين الشباب كذلك حضور دورات التدريب في المساعدة على الاقلاع عن استخدام وتعاطي التبغ وطرق علاج الادمان عليه شاركت بلادنا في العديد من ورشات العمل ودورات التدريب في عمل المسوحات وتنفيذها خاصة ما يتعلق بالمسح العالمي لتعاطي التبغ بين الشباب كذلك حضور دورات التدريب في المساعدة على الاقلاع عن استخدام وتعاطي التبغ وطرق علاج الادمان عليه شاركت بلادنا في العديد من ورشات العمل ودورات التدريب في عمل المسوحات وتنفيذها خاصة ما يتعلق بالمسح العالمي لتعاطي التبغ بين الشباب كذلك حضور دورات التدريب في المساعدة على الاقلاع عن استخدام وتعاطي التبغ وطرق علاج الادمان عليه WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region
Zambia Answer not provided Answer not provided Answer not provided WHO African Region
Zimbabwe Financial and Technical Support Financial and Technical Support Financial and Technical Support WHO African Region
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