Includes bibliographical references (p. 23-26).
|Statement||[author, Sania Nishter]|
|Contributions||Network for Consumer Protection (Pakistan)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||2010341719|
Pakistan is one of 15 countries worldwide with a heavy burden of tobacco-related ill health. Based on World Health Organization’s standardized estimate of smoking prevalence, % of men, % of women, and % of Pakistan’s adult population currently use tobacco . “Debate” is a series offering opposing sides of a continuing, controversial issue in tobacco control. In this and the three following articles, the likely future of the tobacco industry is discussed and debated by Clive Bates of ASH in London, Rob Cunningham from the Canadian Cancer Society, Stan Glantz from the Institute of Health Policy Studies at the University of California, San Cited by: 7. Book Description The 16th monograph of the Tobacco Control Monograph series is aimed at furthering the science of tobacco prevention and control through the timely discussion of evidence-based research, emerging issues, and program and policy applications, to increase the impact of tobacco control research, and enhance the translation of research to practice and policy. From past many decades, Pakistan has been striving to reduce tobacco prevalence. In this connection, Pakistan has ratified WHO-Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC) in
Tobacco Control Cell was established in July, with aim to enhance tobacco control efforts in Pakistan. The Cell is accelerating tobacco control activities in Pakistan through multifaceted efforts starting from planning, resource mobilization, institutional strengthening, public-private partnership and . High rates of tobacco use impose a large health and economic burden in Pakistan. One of the most effective ways to reduce tobacco use in Pakistan is to raise the price of tobacco products through excise tax increases. This fact sheet is drawn from our paper The Economics of Tobacco and Tobacco Taxation in Pakistan. It describes what we currently know about tobacco tax in Pakistan. Pakistan became a Party to the WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control on Febru Smoke Free Places. Smoking is prohibited in all places of public work or use, and on all public transport. Smoking is permitted in hotel guest rooms. With respect to outdoor areas, smoking is prohibited in outdoor waiting areas for buses and trains. Pakistan Tobacco Board (hereinafter referred to as the “ tobacco board”), established under Pakistan Tobacco Board Ordinance, , is the apex body for the promotion of the cultivation, manufacture and export of tobacco and tobacco products and matters ancillary thereto. There also exist some rules relating to the tobacco which have to be followed by tobacco manufactures like Tobacco.
Tobacco industry in Pakistan is a major employment provider in farming, manufacturing, distribution, and retail in of the agricultural cultivation is based in Charsadda District, Mardan District, Nowshera District, and Swabi District of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.. Tobacco is grown on percent of irrigated land in Pakistan. As of , 34, hectares were under cultivation which. Tobacco control laws became focused and strengthened after Pakistan became a party to the FCTC in and the national tobacco control cell was established in The Government of Pakistan makes rules and issues several statutory regulatory orders (SRO) from time to time to communicate advances and changes in the regulations. Pakistan has made progress on tobacco control in recent years. However, people continue to die and become sick needlessly, and the costs to society from tobacco use continue to mount. Pakistan can still do more to make the proven tobacco control tools work for its citizens’ wellbeing. Tobacco Control is an international peer-reviewed journal covering the nature and consequences of tobacco use worldwide; tobacco's effects on population health, the economy, the environment, and society; efforts to prevent and control the global tobacco epidemic through population-level education and policy changes; the ethical dimensions of tobacco control policies; and the activities of the.