COUNTRY PROFILES - kenya
Kenya ratified the FCTC on 25 June 2004. Current tobacco use is 9.9% among youth aged 13-15 years and current tobacco smoking is 7.8% among adults aged 15 years and above. Direct tobacco advertising is banned on national TV and radio, local magazines and newspapers, billboards and outdoors.

 

 

 

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Court ruling in Kenya: another success for tobacco control in Africa.

 

 

 

COUNTRY PROFILES
A Algeria  G   Gabon S Sao Tome and Principe
Angola Gambia Senegal
B Benin Ghana Seychelles
Botswana Guinea Sierra Leone
Burkina Faso I Ivory Coast South Africa
C Cape Verde K Kenya South Sudan
Cameroon L Lesotho Swaziland
Central African Republic Liberia Tanzania
Comoros M Madagascar Togo
Chad Malawi U Uganda
Congo Republic Mali  Z  Zambia

D

Democratic Republic of Congo Mauritania Zimbabwe

G

Guinea Equatorial Mozambique    
E Eritrea N Namibia    
Ethiopia Niger    
    Nigeria    
    R  Republic of Congo    
    Rwanda    

Smokeless NOT Harmless.

WHAT IS SECOND-HAND SMOKE?


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