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Bloomberg Initiative Partners

The Bloomberg Initiative to Reduce Tobacco Use is implemented though its partner organizations.


Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids and Tobacco-Free Kids Action Fund

Washington, USA
Supports non-governmental organizations and governments in promoting, adopting and implementing proven strategies to reduce tobacco use and exposure to second-hand smoke.


International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 

Paris, France 
Supports public sector efforts to pass key laws and implement effective policies, particularly MPOWER and FCTC Article 5.3.


Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health

Baltimore, USA
Refines and optimizes tobacco control programs to help smokers stop and prevent children from starting.


University of Illinois at Chicago

Chicago, USA
Builds technical capacity and policy support for effective tobacco tax reform


CDC Foundation

Atlanta, USA
Develops a rigorous system to monitor the status of global tobacco use.


Vital Strategies

New York, USA
Works on advocacy, policy, and mass media campaigns to reverse the tobacco epidemic.


World Health Organization Tobacco-Free Initiative

Geneva, Switzerland
Supports public sector efforts to pass and enforce key laws and implement effective policies, in particular to tax cigarettes, prevent smuggling, change the image of tobacco, and protect workers from exposure to other people’s smoke.