The most effective way to decrease tobacco use is to increase the price of tobacco products through tax increases. Higher tobacco prices encourage smokers to quit and prevent youth from starting to smoke. Download Full PDF
The briefing highlights the gender dimension in tobacco control, in particular it reflects on women’s health and tobacco control by addressing the ever increasing smoking rates among women.
This policy brief highlights key issues from the 'Economics of Tobacco Taxation in Kenya (2011), also published by ILA. The issues include the current status of consumption of tobacco products, current tobacco tax structure as well as recommendations on reforming tobacco taxation
This Brief highlights key issues from a qualitative study carried out by ILA on monitoring the implementation of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control in the country.
This Briefing explores the opportunities and challenges presented by the enactment of the Constitution on the implementation of the World Health Organization Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (WHO-FCTC) and the Tobacco Control Act (2007), through the National Tobacco Control Action Plan 2010-2015, taxation and other measures