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Establishing a 100% smoke free environments in East Java, Indonesia

Advocation Centre for Tobacco Control, Indonesian Public Health Association -- East Java

Gather and share evidence, build public awareness and employ sensitisation strategies to ensure that the city government of Surabaya passes a 100% smoke-free regulation in March 2017 and bans tobacco advertising by December 2017 as committed to by the Surabaya City Government.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://tcsc-eastjava.org
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Smokefree
Start Date: Feb 2017
End Date: Jan 2019

Building Tobacco Control Capacity through Journalism

ALLIANCE OF INDEPENDENT JOURNALISTS (AJI) JAKARTA, THE

AJI will offer workshops and fellowships to journalists focusing on tobacco control issues.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ajijakarta.org
Start Date: Aug 2016
End Date: Jul 2017

Enhancing Media's Role in Indonesian Tobacco Control

ALLIANCE OF INDEPENDENT JOURNALISTS (AJI) JAKARTA, THE

AJI Jakarta will work with journalists to sensitize journalists and, by extension, the public, on tobacco’s multiple harms and tobacco control.

Country: Indonesia
Website: ajijakarta.org
Start Date: Sep 2017
End Date: Dec 2018

Advocating the rising of cigarette excise tax and price through journalism

ALLIANCE OF INDEPENDENT JOURNALISTS (AJI) JAKARTA, THE

This project aims to build the capacity of journalists to report on tobacco control issues and gain support for publication.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ajijakarta.org
Start Date: Jan 2019
End Date: Dec 2020

Strategic Planning on Advocacy for National Tobacco Control Policies through the lens of Sustainable Development Goals

CENTER FOR INDONESIA'S STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

CISDI will advocate for FCTC-complaint tobacco control measures through the lens of sustainable development.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.cisdi.org
Start Date: Nov 2017
End Date: Jan 2019

Strengthening the mobilisation of policy-makers and public demand for tobacco tax reform as critical strategy to the attainment of SDGs

CENTER FOR INDONESIA'S STRATEGIC DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVES

In this project, CISDI will build discourse on tobacco tax and health financing and promote the usage of tobacco tax revenue to fund the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.cisdi.org
Start Date: Feb 2019
End Date: Jan 2020

Policy Advocacy for Effective Tobacco Tax and Price Measures in Indonesia

Demographic Institute; Faculty of Economics; University of Indonesia

To influence the policy-makers in Indonesia for undertaking effective tobacco tax and price policy. This will be achieved through relevant advocacy activities and capacity building for raising tobacco taxes to policy-makers and other stakeholders.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Oct 2008
End Date: Jul 2011

Building the capacity of public health systems in Indonesia to implement effective tobacco control.

Directorate of Non Communicable Disease Control

The project aims to train the NCDC team and reinforce their capacity to develop and implement a national tobacco control strategy and to support tobacco control activities in at least seven provinces, focusing on 100% smokefree environments. Provincial steering committees will be established.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Sep 2008
End Date: Aug 2011

Building the capacity of public health systems in Indonesia to implement effective tobacco control

Directorate of Non Communicable Disease Control

The aim of this project is to support national tobacco control policy development, adoption, implementation, monitoring and evaluation by strengthening the health system at the national and sub-national level. The project will work with stakeholders to support implementation of Health Law 2009 and strengthen health systems and policy through development and dissemination of guidelines on smoke free policy and graphic health warning and labelling. While continuing to provide continued support for implementation of 100% smoke free policy in 3 provinces it will expand these efforts to an additional 5 provinces. The project will strengthen the existing Mayors Alliance through provision of informational and advocacy tools, consultation visits and structured meetings of Mayors.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Nov 2011
End Date: Oct 2013

Building the capacity of public health systems in Indonesia to implement effective tobacco control

Directorate of Non Communicable Disease Control

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Mar 2014
End Date: Feb 2016

Enhancing tobacco control policies in Indonesia at national and subnational level

Directorate of Non Communicable Disease Control

Support government to work with stakeholders to pass improved legislation on advertising, graphic health warnings and smokefree environments and tax

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Legislative / policy development
Start Date: Oct 2016
End Date: Sep 2018

Toward A Smoke Free Bandung: Campaign and Mobilize Support for Stronger Local Regulations

FACULTY OF COMMUNCIATION SCIENCE ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY OF BANDUNG, THE

Unisba will advocate for a smoke-free law in Bandung City.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: May 2016
End Date: Jun 2017

Increasing Cigarette Excise-A Key to Reducing Cigarette Consumption in Indonesia

Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia

The Faculty of Public Health University of Indonesia (FPHUI) will focus on reforming and raising Indonesia’s national tobacco excise tax.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.fkmui.ac.id
Start Date: Feb 2015
End Date: Jan 2017

Building a Hasanuddin Centre for Tobacco Control and Non-communicable Disease Prevention (Hasanuddin CONTACT) in Makassar

Fakultas Kesehatan Masyarakat (FKM) at Universitas Hasanuddin (UNHAS)

This project aims to strengthen the implementation of the 100% smoke-free law and ban on tobacco advertising in Makassar, Indonesia through technical support provided by the Hasanuddin Centre for Tobacco Control and Non-communicable Disease Prevention.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://fkm.unhas.ac.id/
Focus: Smokefree
Approach: Capacity building
Start Date: Jan 2018
End Date: Dec 2019

Endorsing Good Governance on Tobacco Policy in Indonesia

Indonesia Corruption Watch

To carry out a good governance campaign with anti-tobacco coalition partners that promote transparency and accountability through activities aiming to encourage fundamental changes in government policies related to governance of tobacco. This broad campaign aims to create good governance for the cigarette industry in Indonesia, while reducing the adverse effect of the tobacco industry upon public health.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jul 2010
End Date: Mar 2012

Gaining Political Commitment of the Elected Members of National Parliament (2009-2014) and Advocating for the Enactment of a Comprehensive National Tobacco Control Bill and Accession of FCTC -for Protection of Public Health

Indonesian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development

The purpose of the project is to gain support from the current elected members of parliament (2009-2014) at the national level for the enactment of the Bill on "Controlling the Impact of Tobacco Products on Health", in compliance with the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). The project will also seek to advocate with Commission I of the government for FCTC accession

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Mar 2011
End Date: Mar 2012

To gain political support to pass draft bill on mitigating impact of tobacco products on health

Indonesian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (IFPPD)

To gain political commitment through tobacco Control policy Advocacy at National Parliaments to enact the bill on controlling the Impact of tobacco products on Health and FCTC

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jan 2007
End Date: Oct 2007

Policy advocacy within the national parliament to gain political commitment of newly elected MPS (2009-2014) to enact the tobacoo control bill and FCTC.

Indonesian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (IFPPD)

The purpose of the project is to advocate for inclusion of the Bill that is in compliance with the FCTC with the newly elected members of parliament (2009-2014), and gain a commitment to prioritize it for discussions in the year 2010, and enactment thereafter. The project also seeks to motivate the members of parliament of commission IX to urge Minister of Health to accede FCTC.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ifppd.org
Start Date: Jan 2010
End Date: Jan 2011

To mobilize public support on tobacco control and to support FCTC accession

Indonesian Institute for Social Development

The project aims to seek support from interfaith groups to support tobacco control.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Sep 2010
End Date: Aug 2012

Promoting public support for Tobacco Control and FCTC accession

Indonesian Institute for Social Development

The aim of this project is to support Indonesia’s accession to the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). The project will enhance policy advocacy on FCTC accession through development of evidence, policy briefings, engagement and education of strategic stakeholders, and provision of up-to-date information and materials. The project will also expand and strengthen networks on tobacco control with interfaith, academics, professionals and women leaders. Key strategies overall include consolidation of lessons learned, strengthening and consolidating partnerships, and promoting evidence-based policy at the highest levels of policy-making.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Community mobilization
Start Date: Mar 2013
End Date: Feb 2015

Consolidate Strategic Alliance and Support Mechanism to Strengthen Tobacco Control in Indonesia

Indonesian Institute for Social Development

Support government in establishing a comprehensive tobacco control programme at the national level that aligns with the FCTC. Promote national regulation/ban of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Ad Bans
Approach: Coalition building
Start Date: Oct 2016
End Date: Sep 2017

Consolidate Strategic Alliance and Support Mechanism to Strengthen Tobacco Control in Indonesia

Indonesian Institute for Social Development

Support government in establishing a comprehensive tobacco control programme at the national level that aligns with the FCTC. Promote national regulation/ban of tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Ad Bans
Approach: Coalition building
Start Date: Oct 2016
End Date: Sep 2017

Improving Policy Advocacy to Support Strategic Tobacco Control Movement

Indonesian Institute for Social Development

This project aims to create a tobacco free environment in Indonesia by introducing a 100% smoke-free national law and by the adoption of a comprehensive national ban on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Ad Bans
Start Date: Feb 2018
End Date: Jan 2020

Tobacco Control Support Centre (TCSC), Indonesia

Indonesian Public Health Association, Tobacco Control Working Group

The project aims to establish a national tobacco control support centre to coordinate tobacco control activities in Indonesia and to lead a policy advocacy campaign for changes to the legislation for Smokefree municipalities and health warnings.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Aug 2007
End Date: Aug 2009

Tobacco Control Support Centre of the Indonesian Public Health Association (TCSC-IPHA)

Indonesian Public Health Association, Tobacco Control Working Group

The project aims to bring about a policy change through a coordinated NGO strategy for tobacco control in Indonesia. It will develop campaigns for the: introduction of graphic health warnings; implementation of a smokefree ordinance in Palembang; initiation of a smokefree ordinance in Pontianak. It will also develop and support the Indonesian Tobacco Control Network, and further develop TCSC as a resource.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Sep 2009
End Date: Sep 2011

Leadership in tobacco control and network development to protect Indonesian people from the harmful effects of tobacco

Indonesian Public Health Association, Tobacco Control Working Group

The project aims to strengthen the tobacco control support centre to be able to provide high level policy assistance and information to support decision makers. The project will educate new champions within the political framework at the highest levels at national and sub-national level. It will also work to establish the inclusion of 100% smokefree laws in Palembang and Pontianak with an aim of more than 90% compliance.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Dec 2011
End Date: Nov 2012

Leadership in tobacco control to protect Indonesian people from the harmful effects of tobacco

Indonesian Public Health Association, Tobacco Control Working Group

The aim of this project is to contribute to the development of a national tobacco control law. It will support the government in the policy making process of FCTC accession and the subsequent adoption of a comprehensive national tobacco control law. Towards this end the project will conduct high level policy advocacy on these issues with the government, with emphasis on pictorial health warnings and smoke free policy. It will continue to strengthen the tobacco control network at both national and sub-national level, build and strengthen the evidence-base on tobacco control in Indonesia. The project will also provide technical support for 100% smoke free policy implementation in Pontianak City.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Institutional development
Start Date: Feb 2013
End Date: Jan 2015

Public Interest lawyers for Indonesian Tobacco Control network (PIL-ITCN)

Jakarta Resident Forum (Forum Warga Kota Jakarta) FAKTA

The main purpose of this project will be to focus on the legal support for the smoke free legislation in priority cities as needed, establishing and building capacity of a network of lawyers to address tobacco control issues, and the formation of a legal network to address tobacco control issues.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jul 2010
End Date: Oct 2012

Legal support for tobacco control in Indonesia

Jakarta Resident Forum (Forum Warga Kota Jakarta) FAKTA

The main purpose of this project is to provide legal support in the development of various national and subnational tobacco control legislations in Indonesia. FAKTA will also lead tobacco control litigation efforts, both defensive and proactive in order to ensure that current provisions on tobacco control are safeguarded, and that tobacco control goals are furthered in Indonesia.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Dec 2012
End Date: Sep 2015

Providing Technical and Legal Assistance on Tobacco Control Policies and Laws to Ensure Best Practices

JAKARTA RESIDENT FORUM (FORUM WARGA KOTA JAKARTA) FAKTA

FAKTA will provide legal support in the development of various national and subnational tobacco control legislation, build legal expertise in tobacco control policy, and lead defensive and proactive tobacco control litigation efforts.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Sep 2015
End Date: Sep 2016

Providing Technical and Legal Assistance on Tobacco Control Policies and Laws to Ensure Best Practices

JAKARTA RESIDENT FORUM (FORUM WARGA KOTA JAKARTA) FAKTA

FAKTA will provide core legal support for various national and subnational tobacco control initiatives, build legal expertise in tobacco control policy, and lead defensive and proactive tobacco control litigation efforts.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Sep 2016
End Date: Sep 2017

Providing Technical and Legal Assistance on Tobacco Control Policies and Laws to Ensure Best Practices

JAKARTA RESIDENT FORUM (FORUM WARGA KOTA JAKARTA) FAKTA

FAKTA will provide core legal support for various national and subnational tobacco control initiatives, build legal expertise in tobacco control policy, and lead defensive and proactive tobacco control litigation efforts.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Sep 2017
End Date: Jan 2019

Enhancing Tobacco Control Policies in Indonesia Through Law and Advocacy

JAKARTA RESIDENT FORUM (FORUM WARGA KOTA JAKARTA) FAKTA

Through this project, FAKTA will provide key legal support and technical assistance on various national and subnational tobacco control initiatives and lead defensive and proactive tobacco control litigation efforts.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.fakta.or.id , www.protc.id
Start Date: Apr 2019
End Date: Mar 2020

Working to Ban tobacco industry sponsorship in six targeted music and film industries in Indonesia

Komisi Nasional Pengendalian Tembakau (National Commission on Tobacco Control - NCTC)

To work towards a ban on tobacco industry sponsorship in six music and film industries in Indonesia, identify champions among industry representatives to advocate for tobacco-free entertainment.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Dec 2009
End Date: Jan 2011

Strengthening Smoke-Free Areas Regulation (SFA) and its Implementation in Semarang

Lembaga Pembinaan dan Perlindungan Konsumen Semarang

The purpose of the project will be to advocate for the passage of a city regulation (perdah) that will strengthen implementation of smoke-free areas, and to support establishment and capacity building of institutions that will administer the enforcement.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Nov 2010
End Date: Jun 2012

Lembaga Pembinaan Dan Perlindungan Konsumen Semarang

Smoke Free Semarang City

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Sep 2012
End Date: Mar 2014

Advocacy and Implementation of Semarang’s Smoke-Free Perda

Lembaga Pembinaan Dan Perlindungan Konsumen Semarang

LP2K will assist Semarang City with the implementation and enforcement of a city-wide perda that establishes smoke-free and tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship-free areas.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Mar 2014
End Date: Jul 2015

Campaign for the socialisation of the provincial smoke-free law of Bali and advocacy towards formulation of a smoke-free law at the district level

Lembaga Perlindungan Anak (LPA) Propinsi Bali

The project aims to support implementation of the provincial smoke-free perda in all regions of Bali in an effort to protect children and adolescents from the dangers of exposure to second hand smoke. This will be done through the socialization of the provincial perda and supporting its implementation in areas where the provincial government has the jurisdiction. At the district/municipality level, LPA will launch efforts to pass Perda's initially in three of Bali's districts (Denpasar City, Badung and Jembrana Districs) to ensure effective smoke-free implementation in those districts.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jan 2012
End Date: Dec 2012

Smoke-free implementation in the regencies who have PERDA and development at regencies level who do not have a smoke-free PERDA

Lembaga Perlindungan Anak (LPA) Propinsi Bali

LPA Bali will advocate for smoke-free and tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship-free areas in select regencies in Bali; at the same time, LPA Bali will assist with implementation of the areas where the legislation has already passed.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Apr 2014
End Date: May 2015

Advocacy for tobacco ads ban in the Broadcasting Bill

Lentera Anak Indonesia

Lentera Anak will advocate for a tobacco advertising ban in the Broadcasting Bill Amendment.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://lenteraanakindonesia.com
Start Date: Jul 2013
End Date: Aug 2014

Encouraging Parliament and Government Initiatives to Ban Tobacco Advertisement and Promotion as a Proactive Measure for Children Against Addictive Substances

Lentera Anak Indonesia

Lentera Anak will advocate for FCTC accession, encourage and monitor Parliament and government initiatives to ban tobacco advertisement and promotion, and focus attention and create a dialogue on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship issues.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://lenteraanakindonesia.com
Start Date: Sep 2014
End Date: Aug 2015

Encouraging Government Initiatives to Ban Tobacco Advertisement and Promotion through FCTC accession and Protecting Children Against Addictive Substances

Lentera Anak Indonesia

Lentera Anak Indonesia will focus on FCTC accession and protecting children from tobacco advertising through the lens of children’s rights

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://lenteraanakindonesia.com
Start Date: Sep 2015
End Date: Jul 2017

Working with Doctors to Promote Public Health through FCTC Accession

MEDICUSS

Medicuss will work with doctors and civil society to advocate for FCTC accession.

Country: Indonesia
Website: WWW.MEDICUSSGROUP.NET
Start Date: Aug 2015
End Date: Jul 2016

Tobacco Control Through Regulation of The Smoke Free Law, TAPS BAN , Increasing The Role of Muhammadiyah, and Strengthening Network

Muhammadiyah Tobacco Control Center ( MTCC) Universitas Muhammadiyah Magelang

This project aims to build local political will by mobilizing Mayors and Regents Alliance, Ministry of Health and other professional organizations as well as the Muhammadiyah network to establish a comprehensive smoke-free local regulation with the ban of outdoor tobacco advertising and promotional activities in 20 cities and districts in Central Java.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://ummgl.ac.id
Focus: Smokefree
Approach: Legislative / policy development
Start Date: Feb 2018
End Date: Jan 2020

Strengthen Tobacco Control at National and Sub-National Level in Indonesia

Muhammadiyah Tobacco Control Center of the University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (MTCC UMY)

The project aims to enhance national policy efforts on FCTC accession, a comprehensive tobacco control law and establishing sub-national tobacco control (smokefree and advertising bans). It will do so by gathering evidence and support to enhance the national capacity in acceding to the FCTC and discrediting tobacco industry interference. The project will also expand sub-national tobacco control in collaboration with Mayor’s and Regent Alliances in Indonesia.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://mttc.umy.ac.id
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: FCTC ratification
Start Date: Dec 2015
End Date: Nov 2016

Strengthen Tobacco Control at National and Sub-National Level in Indonesia

Muhammadiyah Tobacco Control Center of the University of Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta (MTCC UMY)

The project aims to enhance national policy efforts on FCTC accession, a comprehensive tobacco control law and establishing sub-national tobacco control (smokefree and advertising bans). It will do so by gathering evidence and support to enhance the national capacity in acceding to the FCTC and discrediting tobacco industry interference. The project will also expand sub-national tobacco control in collaboration with Mayor’s and Regent Alliances in Indonesia.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://mttc.umy.ac.id
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: FCTC ratification
Start Date: Dec 2015
End Date: Nov 2016

Towards comprehensive tobacco control policies: Building support for the passage of RPP, RUU and TAPS ban.

National Commision on Tobacco Control

The purpose of the project is to garner broader support (amongst policy makers, decision makers, opinion leaders and the public) for progressive tobacco control policies primarily aiming at getting the RPP (Regulations of the Health law) enacted, the RUU (Omnibus Tobacco Control Bill) re-listed for prioritized discussion in the Baleg (Legislative Body), and to ensure stronger TAPS laws and its regulation through the amendment of the current Broadcasting Law.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Mar 2012
End Date: Mar 2013

Building Public and Political Support for the Enactment of a Comprehensive Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship (TAPS) Ban at the National Level

National Commission for Child Protection

This project in general aims to build support from the public, policy makers and other stakeholders in pushing for a comprehensive TAPS ban policy at the national level. To achieve this objective, this project shall work to (1) heighten the awareness of the public, policy makers and other stakeholders on TAPS ban through monitoring industry behavior and counteractions, and (2) conduct advocacy efforts geared at supporting policy initiatives related to TAPS ban enactment at the national level.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Mar 2011
End Date: Feb 2013

Advocacy to Support Comprehensive Ban on Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship: Protection on the Rights of the Child

National Commission for Child Protection (NCCP)

To have a comprehensive ban on tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship by amending relevant articles in the Government Regulation No.19/2003.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: May 2008
End Date: Jan 2011

Advocacy to Support Comprehensive Ban on Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship: Protection on the Rights of the Child

National Commission for Child Protection (NCCP)

To support a comprehensive Ban on Tobacco Advertising, Promotion and Sponsorship through legal action.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: May 2008
End Date: Dec 2011

Toward TAPS Ban Policy: Advocacy to Action

National Commission on Tobacco Control

This project aims to Increase public understanding about the harms of tobacco, and raise support for comprehensive tobacco control policies, specifically passage and implementation of a comprehensive TAPS ban in Indonesia .

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Feb 2011
End Date: Jan 2012

Towards comprehensive tobacco control policies: Building support for the passage of RPP, RUU and TAPS ban

National Commission on Tobacco Control

NCTC will advocate for stronger tobacco control policies, with a focus on promoting tobacco control legislation, a comprehensive tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship ban, assisting with current regulatory implementation, and FCTC accession.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Aug 2013
End Date: Sep 2014

Towards A Comprehensive Tobacco Control Policy

National Commission on Tobacco Control

NCTC will focus on improving national tobacco control legislation and FCTC accession.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Sep 2014
End Date: Jan 2016

Towards a Stronger Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, and Sponsorship Ban

National Commission on Tobacco Control

SFA will collaborate with other tobacco control groups (YPMA and Lentera Anak Indonesia) and activists to focus attention and create a dialogue on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship issues.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Oct 2014
End Date: Mar 2016

Towards A Comprehensive Tobacco Control Policy

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TOBACCO CONTROL

NCTC will focus on improving national tobacco control legislation and FCTC accession.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Feb 2016
End Date: Dec 2017

Towards Comprehensive Tobacco Control

NATIONAL COMMISSION ON TOBACCO CONTROL

NCTC will focus on national and local-level tobacco control policy priorities, as well as coalition building.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.komnaspt.or.id
Start Date: Jan 2018
End Date: Dec 2019

100 % Smoke free Bogor City by 2010

No Tobacco Community

The project aims to make Bogor City 100% smokefree by 2010 through implementation of existing legislation. Measures will include forming a tobacco control regulatory committee that will monitor and evaluate initiatives. It aims to make public transport 100% smokefree, reduce tobacco promotion and advertising, and develop networks with stakeholders.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Start Date: Mar 2009
End Date: Apr 2011

Enforcement of Smoke-free Area Local Regulation toward a 100% smoke-free Bogor City

No Tobacco Community

The project aims to support enforcement of the 100% smoke-free legislation established in May 2010 in Bogor City, West Java. It will accomplish this in close collaboration with the Bogor City Health Office and other key partners through four major strategies. These strategies include continuing enforcement of the smoke-free legislation, strengthening partnerships and linkages with NGO's and others to support the enforcement of the local legislation, building capacity for stakeholders to support law enforcement, and continuing to raise public awareness on the legislation.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Start Date: May 2011
End Date: Mar 2013

Stabilization and development of Smoke Free Area Local Regulation in Bogor

No Tobacco Community

The aim of this project is to create 100% smoke-free environments in all public places, work places and public transport in Bogor city and district. The project intends to achieve at least 80% compliance rate with 100% smoke-free policy in all public places, work places and public transport. It will provide policy support to develop a local regulation to ban tobacco advertisements, promotion and sponsorship. The project will also strengthen partnerships and networking with local NGOs, civil society, and professional organizations in Bogor City and District.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Approach: Enforcement
Start Date: Jun 2013
End Date: May 2015

Strengthen the implementation of Smoke Free Area Regulation and total ban on TAPS in West Java and Banten Province

No Tobacco Community

This project focuses on establishing local government policies in 4 cities/districts to ban smoking in all public places and workplaces, to ban tobacco advertising in 6 cities/districts by 2018 (in Bogor District, Tangerang city, Indramayu District, Depok city, Cianjur district, Tangerang Selatan city), and to reach 90% compliance of smoke-free and display ban of tobacco products at point of sale in Bogor City.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Smokefree
Start Date: Sep 2017
End Date: Aug 2019

Strengthening media campaign on tobacco control policy for better public awareness and making it as political agenda in Indonesia

PPMN (PERHIMPUNAN PENGEMBANGAN MEDIA NUSANTARA - INDONESIAN ASSOCIATION FOR MEDIA DEVELOPMENT)

This project will use a multi-faceted media advocacy campaign to promote effective tobacco control policies in Indonesia and promote the inclusion of tobacco control policies in Indonesia’s Mid-Term Development Plan.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ppmn.or.id ; www.jaring.id
Start Date: Jan 2019
End Date: Dec 2019

Advocacy on Higher Tobacco Excise to Achieve SDGs: Reducing poverty, stunting, smoking prevalence in Indonesia through Empowering Local Partners

PUSAT KAJIAN JAMINAN SOSIAL (CENTER FOR SOCIAL SECURITY STUDIES) UNIVERSITY OF INDONESIA

This project aims to build the evidence base and advocate for increased tobacco taxes in Indonesia and build support for tobacco control policies among members of Nahdlatul Ulama.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pkjs.pps.ui.ac.id
Start Date: Jan 2019
End Date: Dec 2019

Strengthening the Community Network to Reject Cloves as Indonesia’s Heritage

RAYA INDONESIA

Working in coordination with civil society, RAYA will lead the effort to remove kretek from the Bill on Culture.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Nov 2015
End Date: Apr 2016

Consolidate Strategic Alliance and Support Mechanism on Human Rights to Strengthen Tobacco Control Movement in Indonesia

Rumah Mediasi Indonesia

The purpose of this project is to advance a tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship ban at the executive level while promoting tobacco control as a human rights issue in Indonesia.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://https://rumahmediasi.co.id
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: FCTC ratification
Start Date: Oct 2018
End Date: Sep 2019

Strengthening tobacco control program in Jakarta

Sahabat Cipta

This project proposes to strengthen the enforcement and compliance of smoke-free policy and TAPS ban in Jakarta with the aim of achieving 90% and 95% compliance rate for both policies respectively by 2019.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.sahabatcipta.or.id
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Start Date: Dec 2017
End Date: Nov 2019

Engaging Women in FCTC Accession

SAPA INDONESIA

SAPA Indonesia will advocate for FCTC accession through the lens of women’s rights.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Aug 2016
End Date: Mar 2017

Promoting Tobacco Control Measures That Protect Women and Children, especially from Poor, Vulnerable Groups

SAPA Indonesia

SAPA Indonesia, in tight coordination with other tobacco control groups, will advocate for tobacco control policies and measures consistent with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jun 2018
End Date: May 2019

Smoke-free Initiative; Healthy Bali Without Tobacco Smoke

School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University

The aim of this project is to implement provincial 100% smoke-free regulation in all nine districts of Bali to ensure the greater than 80% compliance in all places. The project will build enforcement and implementation capacity of governmental, non-governmental and professional organizations at the provincial, district and city levels. It will establish a strong partnership between government and non-governmental organizations and the media for smoke-free policy implementation. It will also establish a system for enforcement, monitoring and evaluation in collaboration with the government for the implementation of the smoke-free law.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Approach: Implementation
Start Date: Jun 2013
End Date: May 2015

Bali Tobacco Free Initiative

School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University

This project aims to create a tobacco-free Bali Province, namely through establishing a complete TAPS ban and 100% smokefree environments in all public and work places. It also aims to regulate the sale of tobacco products. The project will do this by establishing sub-national regulation in all cities and districts of Bali and at the provincial level to ban TAPS. It will also develop smokefree enforcement regulations in each city and district of Bali to ensure higher than 80% compliance rates.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Adbans
Start Date: Dec 2015
End Date: Nov 2016

Bali Tobacco Free Initiative

School of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, Udayana University

This project aims to create a tobacco-free Bali Province, namely through establishing a complete TAPS ban and 100% smokefree environments in all public and work places. It also aims to regulate the sale of tobacco products. The project will do this by establishing sub-national regulation in all cities and districts of Bali and at the provincial level to ban TAPS. It will also develop smokefree enforcement regulations in each city and district of Bali to ensure higher than 80% compliance rates.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Adbans
Start Date: Dec 2015
End Date: Nov 2016

Tobacco Control movement for youth and adults

Statistical, Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jul 2013
End Date: Sep 2015

Building the capacity of public health systems in Indonesia to implement effective tobacco control

Swisscontact Indonesia Foundation

The project aims to achieve a 100% smokefree Jakarta by implementation of existing legislation. Measures to build capacity will include the development of a multi-sector enforcement action plan within two years. A Jakarta Clean Air Act Enforcement Committee will be established, and a monitoring and evaluation system will be developed.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: May 2009
End Date: Apr 2011

Strengthening Implementation and Enforcement of Smoke Free Policy in Jakarta

Swisscontact Indonesia Foundation

The aim is to have effective implementation of 100% smoke-free policy in the greater Jakarta area. An enforcement plan and procedures will be developed. Its implementation will be supported through capacity building, such as training, inspections, complaint reporting and data management. Mass media, media advocacy and public awareness efforts will increase public awareness of the dangers of second hand smoke dangers and about the policy to complement enforcement activities.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Start Date: Jul 2011
End Date: May 2013

Building an Integrated Sustainable Tobacco Control System in Jakarta, Indonesia

Swisscontact Indonesia Foundation

To adopt a governor’s regulation to establish a sustainable funding mechanism for tobacco control at provincial level in DKI Jakarta; To achieve minimum 90% smokefree environment compliance and 95% TAPS ban compliance (indoor and outdoor) in Jakarta by 2016.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Legislative / policy development
Start Date: Jun 2016
End Date: May 2017

Strengthening Smoke Free Legislation and Enforcement in Jakarta, Indonesia

Swisscontact Indonesia Foundation

The aim of this project is to achieve 80% compliance with the smoke-free regulation and legislation and amended legislations on TAPS ban, allocation of tobacco taxes for health promotion and smoke-free law. It will strengthen enforcement and implementation of the smoke-free regulation to ensure at least 80% compliance. It will develop and adopt tobacco control related legislations at the Jakarta province level, which includes 100% smoke-free area, ban of tobacco advertisements, promotion and sponsorship (TAPS), and allocation of tobacco tax and revenue for health awareness and promotion on harmful of tobacco use.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Smokefree
Approach: Enforcement
Start Date: Sep 2013
End Date: Aug 2015

Strengthening the existing Kenyan Tobacco Control Act through adoption of a national tobacco control policy and enactment of subsidiary legislation

Tobacco Control Board - Kenya.

The project aims to strengthen the existing Kenyan Tobacco Control Act through adoption of a national tobacco control policy and enactment of subsidiary legislation. It will accomplish this by enhancing the capacity of the Tobacco Control Board to provide advice to the Ministry, making recommendations to strengthen the existing legislation, strengthening intersectoral government implementation through the development of a national tobacco control plan in line with FCTC best practice, regionalizing the work of the board and increasing consultation with stakeholders at the regional level.

Country: Indonesia
Focus: Tobacco Control Policy (general)
Approach: Legislation - implementation
Start Date: Jun 2011
End Date: Jan 2013

Enhancing tobacco control in Indonesia

Tobacco Control Support Center - Indonesian Public Health Association

The project aims to support government in amendment of the regulation to increase size of Graphic Health Warning (GHW) to 75% on tobacco pack, push parliament to amend of tax law to raise tobacco tax, and tobacco advertising, promotion and sponsorship related regulation for comprehensive ban, and mobilize people to push president to accede the WHO FCTC.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.tcsc-indonesia.org
Focus: Pack Warnings
Start Date: Aug 2017
End Date: Jul 2019

Meeting of Indonesia Tobacco Control Network (NGO) Planning 2009

Tobacco Control Support Center - Indonesian Public Health Association (TCSC-IPHA)

To convene an NGO planning meeting to develop strategic activities to support tobacco control policy advancement in 2009

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jan 2009
End Date: May 2009

Enhancing policy issues for advocacy to policy-makers and related agencies

University of Indonesia, Demographic Institute, Faculty of Economics

To influence the policy-makers in Indonesia to undertake effective tobacco tax and price policy,through policy advocacy and capacity building.

Country: Indonesia
Website: www.ldfeui.org
Start Date: Jun 2008
End Date: Aug 2008

Advocacy for and Enforcement of Smoke-Free Area in Jakarta

Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia

The purpose of the project is to pass a special local regulation of smoke-free areas, while at the same time support the enforcement of the Governor Decree no.88 2010, particularly in two areas: private workplaces and hospitality venues (restaurants/hotels).

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Jan 2011
End Date: Apr 2012

Strengthening advocacy for the implementation of Smoke Free Area regulation in Jakarta

Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia

Continued support for Smoke Free implementation of the governors decree and continued support for advocacy towards the enactment of a city regulation for smoke free in Jakarta.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ylki.or.id
Start Date: Dec 2012
End Date: Jan 2014

Working Towards a Smoke – Free Jakarta

Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia

YLKI is working towards a smoke-free Jakarta by strengthening implementation of the existing smoke-smoke free decree and at the same time advocating for a smoke-free law (perda).

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ylki.or.id
Start Date: Feb 2014
End Date: Oct 2015

Ensure Passage of Jakarta’s 100% Smoke-Free Bill

YAYASAN LEMBAGA KONSUMEN INDONESIA

Alongside other tobacco control advocates, YLKI will advocate for a 100% smoke-free perda (law).

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.ylki.or.id
Start Date: Mar 2016
End Date: May 2016

Advocacy for and Enforcement of Smoke-Free Areas and Advertisement Ban Policies in Java, Indonesia

Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia (YLKI) and Center for Religious and Community Studies

To advocate and enforce district regulations on smoke-free areas in four districts of Java.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: May 2008
End Date: Jul 2010

Towards FCTC-compliant policies through the lens of child protection: advocating for TAPS ban, 100% smoke-free cities, and higher tobacco taxes.

YAYASAN LENTERA ANAK

By working with youth at the subnational and national levels, Yayasan Lentera Anak will advocate for strong tobacco control policies.

Country: Indonesia
Website: www.lenteraanak.org
Start Date: Aug 2017
End Date: Jan 2019

Supporting TC policies that put child protection in the heart of its endeavor: promoting an increased tobacco excise tariff, TAPS bans, and Smoke Free Areas

YAYASAN LENTERA ANAK

This project will promote an increase in tobacco excise rates at the national level and promote TAPS bans and smoke-free policies at the district/city level through the Child-Friendly Cities development program.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.lenteraanak.org
Start Date: Mar 2019
End Date: Feb 2020

Towards a Stronger Tobacco Advertising, Promotion, and Sponsorship Ban

Yayasan Pengembangan Media Anak

YPMA will collaborate with other tobacco control groups (NCTC’s Smoke-free Agents and Lentera Anak Indonesia) and activists to focus attention and create a dialogue on tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship issues.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.kidia.org/
Start Date: Dec 2014
End Date: Nov 2015

Controlling the Impacts and Dangers of Tobacco for Children and Youths through the Establishment of Smoke-Free Area Regulation in North Sumatra

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia

The project aims to advocate for the passage of a governors decree in North Sumatra to lay the groundwork for the establishment of smoke-free areas in the entire province. The passage of such a decree would instigate and support efforts towards smoke-free environments in the cities of North Sumatra where city level regulations will be pursued.

Country: Indonesia
Start Date: Nov 2011
End Date: Dec 2012

Smoke Free Medan

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia

The purpose of the project is to protect children and communities at large from the dangers of second hand smoke exposure in Medan City by supporting enforcement of the PerGub NO. 35/2012 with emphasis on the establishment of 100% smoke free areas. Project also seeks to advocate for a smoke free Perda in order to close the gaps in current regulation.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Dec 2012
End Date: Jul 2014

Maximizing Implementation of Medan’s Smoke-Free Areas to Protect People from the Impact of Tobacco Products

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia will focus on smoke-free area implementation in Medan City.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Jul 2014
End Date: Sep 2015

Strengthening the Implementation of Medan City's Smoke Free Areas

YAYASAN PUSAKA INDONESIA

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia will build capacity for enabling Medan City Government to access the local tobacco surcharge and will advocate for the effective implementation and enforcement of the 100% smoke-free areas under City Ordinance NO. 03/2014.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Sep 2015
End Date:

Advocating for accessing the local tobacco tax in the province of North Sumatra; A Pilot Case in Five Districts/Cities.

YAYASAN PUSAKA INDONESIA

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia will work with five North Sumatran Local Government Working Units (SKPDs) in order to build best practices for accessing the local tobacco surcharge revenue and harnessing the revenue for health promotion.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Dec 2016
End Date: Dec 2017

Harnessing Tobacco Surcharge Revenues in Indonesia

YAYASAN PUSAKA INDONESIA (YPI)

Yayasan Pusaka Indonesia will focus on 100% smoke-free implementation and enforcement at the subnational level.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Jan 2018
End Date: Jun 2019

District of Bekasi: A Model for Smoke Free and TAPS Ban Implementation

YAYASAN PUSAKA INDONESIA (YPI)

The goal of this project is to build capacity in the District of Bekasi to comprehensively implement the existing smoke-free bylaw and in doing so, create an implementation model for other districts/cities in Indonesia.

Country: Indonesia
Website: http://www.pusakaindonesia.or.id
Start Date: Feb 2019
End Date: Jan 2020

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