World No Tobacco Day 2014-Raising tax on tobacco

Participants of Program
World Tobacco Day was celebrated by different organizations to aware about the possible consequences of tobacco use. this day celebration helps to reduce the use of tobacco’s by people. 

In this occasion Smile Foundation Nepal also organize a orientation/Awareness program in fulbari, Pokhara with local people and youth of Fulbari in coordination with District Public Health Office kaski.  i  also participate in that program as a Guest representing Naulo Ghumti Nepal. The theme of This World No tobacco Day 2014 was -”Raising tax on tobacco” .Raising taxes on tobacco is the most effective policy to reduce tobacco use. It is also the most cost-effective. 
such types of program will helps to minimize the use  of tobacco and related substances and increase the awareness and helps to reduce the burden  of Tobaco related complication in general people.
(31st May 2014)

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