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Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use

WLF is one of five partners implementing the Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use (BI), of Bloomberg Philanthropies, which promotes evidence-based tobacco control interventions, especially in low- and middle-income countries where the burden is heaviest.

Building Political Will for Tobacco Taxes
Tax policies are a proven tool for reducing tobacco use, but their implementation requires political commitment. This project supports research demonstrating the value of tobacco taxes and is recruiting one or more fiscal policy experts to advance that work...

Framework Convention Alliance: The Voice of Civil Society
Through the Framework Convention Alliance (FCA), more than 350 non-government organizations provide leadership, technical expertise, and logistical support for the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control...

International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease: Promoting Global Efforts
Committed to global lung health since its founding in 1920, The Union engages in training, technical assistance, and scientific research and funds tobacco control activities in low- and middle-income countries...

Mass Media Campaigns: Evidence-Based Education Campaigns
Hard-hitting, visually explicit messages are one of the most effective tools available to discourage smoking, alter attitudes and behavior towards tobacco, and generate support for smoke-free environments, higher taxes, and other proven tobacco control policies...

World Health Organization: Using MPOWER to Drive Tobacco Control
WHO advances tobacco control by embracing the MPOWER framework as the structure for implementing the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control. The six evidence-based MPOWER strategies...

Tanzania Maternal Health Project

The maternal health project is a joint effort between the Tanzanian government, World Lung Foundation (WLF) as implementers, and Bloomberg Philanthropies, which has funded this effort for the past seven years. Learn more about our efforts >

East Africa Training Initiative for Pulmonary Physicians

In response to a dearth of lung health physicians in Ethiopia, in 2012, World Lung Foundation created a Pulmonary Medicine Fellowship Program, an initiative to train the first generation of lung health specialists in Ethiopia. Learn more >

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