The Impact of Tobacco Production on Women’s Rights
Tobacco is one of the major export crops of Zambia. Nevertheless, smallholder farmers can hardly make a living of it. The majority of workers in the tobacco fields in Zambia are women who risk their health due to a lack of protective equipment. This video is about the women’s rights to health and safe working conditions. Listen to women farmers in Zambia about their experiences and needs.
ASH Releases Video to Showcase a New Ending to the Tobacco Story
Big Tobacco is doing everything in its power to entice “replacement smokers” and to continue raking in profits by selling the ONLY consumer product that kills when used exactly as intended.
Kenya: Lighting Up /We investigate Big Tobacco’s disturbing attempts to increase the sale of cigarettes in Kenya (Africa)
With the most smokers in sub-Saharan Africa, Kenya is one of the biggest prizes on offer. The problem for the industry is that Kenyan health officials are as aware as anyone else about the dreadful menace smoking poses to their nation’s health.
Why these anti-smoking TV ads are working:
Today the government says it has helped 400,000 smokers quit for good. In a series of TV ads called “Tips From Former Smokers,” Americans have shared personal stories of the consequences of smoking. Jeffrey Brown examines the campaign with CDC director
Are E-Cigarette Ads Encouraging Teen Addiction?
TV commercials for e-cigarettes have drawn the ire of the CDC, which is concerned that they will result in teen addiction to smoking. WSJ’s Tripp Mickle explains on Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero.