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Smoking in Egypt and AUC
Transcript of Smoking in Egypt and AUC
WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control
FCTC What is Egypt's performance under FCTC? Regulations that Egypt seems to be followin : Regulations that are not followed: 4- Sales to minors AUC Smoking policy Conclusion and Recommendations 1.Statistics of smoking in Egypt
3.Egypt performance under FCTC
4.AUC Smoking policy
6.Recommendations and Conclusion
WHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends. The WHO Framework Convention on Tobacco Control is the first treaty negotiated under the support of the World Health Organization. It was adopted by the World Health Assembly on 21 May 2003 and entered into force on 27 February 2005. It has since become one of the most widely embraced treaties in UN history. Egypt is one of the countries that willingly embraced this treaty.
1- Packaging and labeling of cigarette packs 2-The public adverting of tobacco products completely baned and can be directly observed by the public in Egypt 3-Taxes and pricing
Egypt raised cigarettes’ prices in May 2008 by 0.25 pound for the local products, and 0.5 pound for the imported products .
ministry of health in cooperation with the ministry of finance implemented a project aimed at raising all cigarettes’ prices by 40%, and also raising all tobacco products’ prices by 100%
1-Place restrictions 61 percent of Egyptians have been subjected to second hand smoking in enclosed areas.
49 percent of these areas are medical institutions and 80 percent are public transportations
Egypt reported that there is a fine of 50 to 100 pounds for public smoking
This claimed fine has no apparent existence in the Egyptian community
2-Education and public awareness
There seems to be a lack of educational and awareness programs that inform and educate the public about smoking.
There is also a shortage in support programs for people who want to quit smoking.
Even though there are laws in Egypt banning the sales of cigarettes to minors.
These laws are rarely implemented.
Venders don’t check for I.Ds.
They also sell individual cigarettes which facilitates the use of tobacco to minors.
People consume eighty five million cigarettes every year in Egypt
Egypt pays about three billion dollars a year in the treatment of people who have smoking related diseases
In Egypt there are thirteen million smokers
500 thousands of them are children under the age of 15
Egypt is one of the top 15 smoking countries in the world The no-smoking policy prohibits smoking on campus
Rules and Regulations
Reasons why the policy is not implemented Awareness Campaigns
Clubs on Campus Smoking in Egypt and AUC Aya khaled Saber Kareem El Sharoud