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Building Partnerships

Working with our Chinese partners to prevent initiation, promote cessation, and protect non-smokers from secondhand smoke

Tobacco-Free Cities

A city-level approach supporting communities in creating smoke-free policies, targeted programs and public health awareness

Programs of Excellence

Grants to prestigious Chinese universities to foster national tobacco control research, scholarship and expertise

China Tobacco Control Partnership

The Emory Global Health Institute - China Tobacco Control Partnership was established as a result of a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. The goal is to reduce the burdens of tobacco use by developing and implementing effective, accountable, and sustainable tobacco prevention and control initiatives designed to change the social norms surrounding tobacco use. MORE

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BROCHURE

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Tobacco-Free Cities.
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VIDEO

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