ABOUT US - BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The ATCA Board serves as the governing body of ATCA. It oversees the administrative operations of the ATCA Executive Secretariat, assists in ATCA fundraising and perform any other functions requested by the ATCA General Assembly that further the aims and objectives of ATCA and are consistent with this Constitution.

The Board of Directors serves as the governing body of ATCA. It has eleven members, seven of which are elected democratically every two years, one from each of ATCA’s sub-regions in Africa. Four members are appointed as advisors by the Board. Members of the Board have experience and expertise in public health and tobacco control.

Presently, ATCA’s Board of Directors is composed of the following members:

Board of Directors

 

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Mr. Akinbode Matthew Oluwafemi
Nigeria
Chairperson

    Dr. (Mrs.) Sinna Boly
Mauritania
Vice-Chairperson
       
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Mr. Francisco Valentino Cabo
Mozambique
Treasurer
   

Prof. Patrick Shamba Bakengela
DRC
Board Member

       
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Dr. (Mrs.) Bontle Mbongwe
Botswana
Board Member
   

Dr. (Mrs.) Marie France Chan Sun 
Mauritius
Board Member

       

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Mr. Bekele Woldemariam Wondu
Ethiopia
Board Member
   

Dr. Yussuf Saloojee 
South Africa
Advisor

       

Patricia Lambert

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Mrs. Patricia Anne Lambert
South Africa
Advisor
   

Mr. Inoussa Saouna Idi
Niger
Advisor

       
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Dr. (Mrs.) Flore Ndembiyembe 
Cameroon
Advisor

   
       

 

 

     

     

 

 

 

 

The Secret Bribes of Big Tobacco.

SECOND-HAND SMOKE


Scientific evidence has firmly established that there is no safe level of exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke (SHS), a pollutant that causes serious illnesses in adults and children. There is also indisputable evidence that implementing 100% smoke-free environments is the only effective way to protect the population from the harmful effects of exposure to SHS.

Protection from exposure to second-hand tobacco smoke. Policy recommendations, WHO.