This page provides data on tobacco control for countries in the African region. Materials are classified under three main headings for each country: Legislation, which includes past and present tobacco control laws; Surveys, which include the Global Youth Tobacco Survey (GYTS), Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS), International Tobacco Control (ITC) reports; and other publications.


A 2   Algéria   ANGOLA2 copie        
Sans titre 1   BENIN2 copie   BOSTWANA2 copie   BURKINA2 copie   BURUNDI2 copie
c 2   Cameroun2 copie   Cape verde2 copie   Centrafrique2 copie   CHAD2 copie
    COMORES2 copie   CONGO DEMOC2 copie   Congo Brazzaville2 copie   IVORY COAST copie
E   Eritrea2 copie   Ethiopia2 copie        
g   GABON2 copie   GAMBIA2 copie   GHANA copie   GUINEA copie
    GUINEA EQUATORIAL            
k   kenya copie            
L   lesotho copie   Liberia copie        
M   Madagascar copie   MALAWI copie   mali copie   MAURITANIA copie
    mauritius copie   MOZAMBIQUE copie      
N   Namibia copie   niger copie   nigeria copie    
Rwanda   Rwanda copie            
S   Sao Tome copie   senegal copie   Seychelles copie   Sierra Leone copie
    South Africa   South Sudan   SWAZILAND  
T   Tanzania copie   TOGO        
U   UGANDA            



5.6 Million Children.


Second-hand tobacco smoke is the combination of smoke emitted from the burning end of a cigarette or other tobacco products and smoke exhaled by the smoker. SHS contains thousands of known chemicals, at least 250 of which are known to be carcinogenic or otherwise toxic.

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