Foundation Grants - Foundation for a Smoke-Free World

Foundation Grants

As of May 2021, the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World committed over $120 million in grants designed to address its three core pillars of work: (1) health, science, and technology, for innovative smoking cessation and tobacco harm reduction research; (2) agricultural transformation, to prepare farmers for an era of reduced tobacco demand, with an initial focus on Malawi; and, (3) industry transformation, for an acceleration of the transformation of the global tobacco industry and nicotine ecosystem.

The Foundation’s research program is guided by experienced researchers, scientists, and policy experts in accordance with the Foundation’s objectives and purposes. The process for screening, reviewing, and awarding grants is conducted in a transparent manner and includes explicit and clear guidelines for grant applications. The grant selection process is supported by independent peer review with no influence, involvement, or participation from the tobacco industry, or any other industry or commercial entity.

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