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5, 000 + children (10- 14 years)

& 707,000 + adults are struggling with the habit of smoking in Malawi.

5,700 deaths are attributable to tobacco annually.

We believe that all citizens of Malawi should be informed of the health consequences, addictive nature and mortal threat posed by tobacco consumption and exposure to tobacco smoke in order for them to be able to make more informed public and personal health choices.

ISSUES

SECONDHAND SMOKE
HARM REDUCTION
HARM CAUSED
QUITTING SMOKING

 

Resources

UP IN SMOKE: E-cigarettes PT 2 Re-post from the nicotine science and policy¬† As traditional cigarettes get vaporised, will the same eventually happen to the entire industry? PMI says this is what they’re after in pursuing a “Smoke Free Future” and e cigarette manufacturers and retailers are keen to see this happen as well. 19 … Continue reading Resources

 

Youth Initiative