IILA Publications

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ILA produces various publications including:

ILA HISTORY DOCUMENT

This report is a comprehensive journey of ILA for the last Decade offering the blueprint of the institution’s past and current engagement. It touches on ILA Thematic areas; ILA Programs among other things. It also highlights the accomplishment made a long the way as well as challenges encountered.

Policy Briefs

Which are content or project specific. These are used for Public Education, Capacity Building and as material for advocacy as they provide succinct information to the reader for a quick understanding of issues;

The Legislative Digest

A periodic research oriented compilation of specific legislative issues that have been identified, are being conducted or have been completed;

Reports & Other Publications

These are all other reports that have been published as the organisation conducts its activities. They include annual reports, research reports, and project reports.

Below are the publications updated in real time basis

2502, 2021

Influence of retail price on tobacco smoking habits in Kenya – A Case Study of Smokers in Nairobi and Embu Counties

By | February 25th, 2021|Categories: IILA Publications, Public Health, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

Many Kenyans (66%) have a negative opinion about smoking and would like it controlled to prevent exposure to tobacco smoke and through awareness creation on health effects of tobacco use and taxation amongst other strategies. [...]

1501, 2021

Tobacco Industry Interference in Kenya; A Handbook For Tobacco Industry Teams

By | January 15th, 2021|Categories: Factsheets, IILA Publications, Public Health, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

The primary concern of the tobacco industry is making profit from its business while the principal objective of governments around the world is to protect and preserve the lives of citizens. These two objectives are [...]

2007, 2020

IILA Annual Report – 2019

By | July 20th, 2020|Categories: Alcohol Control, Bills, IILA & Counties, IILA in the News, IILA Publications, Infographics, Mental Health, News Excerpt, Notices, Opinion on Bills, Policies, Press release, Public Health, Tobacco Control, Trans fat Elimination|0 Comments

In 2019, IILA made strides towards our mandate of engaging stakeholders in the policy and legislative process to facilitate the enactment and implementation of policies and legislation that have a positive impact on the lives [...]

2604, 2020

By | April 26th, 2020|Categories: Bills, County News, IILA & Counties, IILA Publications, Opinion on Bills, Tobacco Control|0 Comments

In 2016, International Institute for Legislative Affairs (IILA) began a programmatic intervention under a project funded by the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF), titled “Advocacy and Capacity Building for the Effective Implementation of Tobacco Control Policies [...]

312, 2019

TAX ADJUSTMENT PROPOSAL FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2020/ 2021 – IILA RECOMMENDATIONS

By | December 3rd, 2019|Categories: IILA Publications|0 Comments

The Problem  The burden of Non- Communicable Diseases (NCDs) is rising in Kenya, currently accounting for more than 50% of total hospital admissions and over 55% of hospital deaths. Tobacco, alcohol, and sugar sweetened beverages [...]

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