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In the days leading up to International Women’s Day, the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation and the Office of Global Women’s Issues at the US Department of State hosted their annual International Women’s Day Forum: The Equality Opportunity. The Forum was focused on women’s economic rights not only as the right thing to do but […]
The Lancet recently published a #LancetWomen theme issue that explores the institutional and systemic barriers women face in science, medicine, and global health. I was greeted at the New York launch event at Columbia University in early February by a room full of familiar faces, champions of gender equality and women’s empowerment. They were women I’d seen in attendance and […]
Philip Morris International (PMI) has announced its intentions to remove its combustible tobacco products from the New Zealand market as early as this year. Should we view this initiative as the beginning of the end for combustible tobacco products, or as another ploy of the industry to subvert public health policy development? New Zealand has cemented itself […]
DECREASING CIGARETTE VOLUME IN SOUTH KOREA On February 21, 2019, KT&G reported fourth quarter and full-year operating results for 2018. The data show that domestic cigarette industry volume is decreasing significantly – approximately 9% in 2018 and more than 14% over the last two years. What is happening? KT&G, British American Tobacco, and Philip Morris International introduced heated […]
Ngabahila Chatata, and her husband, after winning first prize in the Youth Agri-preneur Pitch Competition in Lilongwe, Malawi, standing with Rob Henning, Director of Agriculture and Economic Diversification Programs (left) and Jim Lutzweiler, Vice President of Agriculture and Livelihoods (right) Without a doubt, pitch competitions set an exciting scene. Entrepreneurs nervously pace as expert judges […]
Looking forward to tomorrow’s panel at 7am est when Derek Yach (@swimdaily), Jed Rose, @RiccardoPolosa, @patriciakova, and @Doctor_Sud will discuss issues related to #tobaccoharmreduction policy and how new technologies could help to achieve the @FCTCofficial's stated goals.
15 Years Conference Day #1 https://youtu.be/nhb2Ulaxdyk via @YouTube live and also for replay.
Excellent panel, great discussion, fabulous questions from around the world.
Hoping to make a real difference globally using @FCTCofficial #FCTC4All
More tomorrow at 12 BST!
Happy #InternationalPodcastDay! Listen to global health experts discuss the latest research in #smokingcessation, #tobaccoharmreduction and #nicotine science on the Global Health Perspectives Podcast with Derek Yach (@swimdaily): https://spoti.fi/36kmRjK
.@Doctor_Sud, co-founder of @CHRE_UK and #smokingcessation doctor, discusses the lack of inclusive smoking cessation services, #tobaccoharmreduction solutions, and the @15Conference on the Global Health Perspectives Podcast with Derek Yach (@swimdaily): https://bit.ly/33g9AXl
Who is getting tobacco regulations right? Derek Yach (@swimdaily) believes “at present, very few”. Read more about how #tobacco regulations are preventing #tobaccoharmreduction products from saving millions of lives: https://bit.ly/2HBzKvf
At @gtnf2020, Alicia Forry @Investec said "#tobacco companies are viewed suspiciously by investors; they must commit to moving customers to reduced-risk products." The Tobacco Transformation Index can help investors evaluate the commitment of companies: https://bit.ly/3kMWabb
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