Project Ideas are now being accepted for Round Twenty-Three
of the Grants Program.
The deadline for submission of Project Ideas is 12:00
hours, US Eastern Standard Time (GMT -5 hours) on Friday, 19 January 2018.
For further information about the Grants Program,
including the Call for Proposals, information on how to apply for a grant and
the online submission form, visit http://www.tobaccocontrolgrants.org/Apply-for-a-Grant
Applicants from Africa are encouraged to submit a
brief inquiry with their name, email address and telephone number to the
following email box: AFRO-TFKGrants@tobaccofreekids.org.
A global initiative to reduce tobacco use in low- and
middle-income countries was launched in 2006 with funds from Michael R.
Bloomberg. A competitively awarded grants program is an important part of the
Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use. The grants program supports
projects to develop and deliver high-impact evidence-based tobacco control
program is managed by the International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung
Disease (The Union) and the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids.
focus on achieving policy change that will lead to substantial reductions in
be given to projects that lead to sustainable improvements in tobacco control
laws, regulations, policies at the national or sub-national level (e.g.
provinces, states, and cities), including (but not restricted to):
- Tax and
price measures, including illicit trade policy in relation to taxation.
and indirect advertising bans (including promotion and sponsorship)
of smoke-free legislation for public places and workplaces
for graphic warning labels on tobacco products
Article 5.3 policy (this must be in association with strengthening MPOWER
The HEALTHY LATIN
AMERICA COALITION or HLAC is an alliance of more than 200 Latin American
non-government organizations whose purpose is to prevent and control chronic,
non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the region (heart, cancers, respiratory,
diabetes, mental, obesity, stroke, etc.) Its members include medical societies,
patient organizations, health NGOs, consumer NGOs, religious and academic
entities. Founded in 2011, it aims to reduce inequities, promote human rights,
and support effective policies with impact on risk factors and determinants of
NCDs. In addition to this General List, there is a list for advocacy
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An initiative of the InterAmerican Heart Foundation.