World No Tobacco Day - Foundation for a Smoke-Free World

Grantee Highlights

Rose Research Center

The Rose Research Center is conducting research that evaluates smoking cessation and harm reduction strategies to help smokers quit or switch to reduced risk products. The Center is also examining the acceptability and outcome of a harm reduction approach to tobacco use for individuals with serious behavioral health disorders and determine the association with decrease in smoking.


Center of Excellence for the Acceleration of Harm Reduction

The CoEHAR’s research program encompasses developed and developing countries and uses a multidisciplinary approach to better understand harm reduction. Its projects include, for example, the chemical characterization of nicotine products and multiyear cohort studies

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Cambridge Design Partnership

 recently released a whitepaper on impediments to tobacco harm reduction in low- to middle-income countries where 80% of the world’s tobacco users live.

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On World No Tobacco Day, Foundation For A Smoke-Free World Highlights Efforts To Reduce The Environmental Impact Of Tobacco




The Better India, "India is Quitting" Video Features Statistics from the FSFW COVID State of Smoking Poll

The Better India video highlights findings from our 2020 COVID19 State of Smoking poll to create a promotional video encouraging individuals to quit smoking on World No Tobacco Day.  


Ways To Use This Lockdown As A Catalyst To Quit Smoking

May 31, World No Tobacco Day, presents an opportunity to raise awareness around smoking risks and to find effective strategies to quit the habit.


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