We are the Tobacco Free Generation.

Tobacco Free Generation is a social movement that seeks to re-balance the landscape of teenage smoking. Helmed by doctors, medical students, teachers and volunteers, we seek to connect with youths in schools to educate and encourage them to be part of the tobacco free generation and not to fall prey to being ‘replacement smokers’ of the tobacco industry.

Tobacco Free Generation (TFG) encourages teens to be the generation that makes the difference, the generation that says NO to cigarettes and to look after themselves and their peers.

TFG @ Woodlands Secondary School

TFG drops by Woodlands Secondary School! Thank you for hosting us and congratulations to the team who claimed the 1st runner up position at the Youth Summit video competition last year! Find out more about the TFG movement at Woodlands...

2015 16th WCTOH Conference Resolutions

The 16th World Conference on Tobacco or Health drew to a close with the closing ceremony and conference declarations earlier this evening. “The conference recognizes and commends jurisdictions including the Australian state of Tasmania...

TFG @ 16th WCTOH

TFG conducted a workshop as well as hosted a symposium discussion at the 16th World Conference on Tobacco or Health (WCTOH) Abu Dhabi. TFG was also invited to an impromptu presentation, addressing youths from 40 odd countries that attended the...

TFG @ Woodlands Ring Primary School

TFG starts 2015 with a visit to Woodlands Ring Primary School to present the Tobacco Free Generation notion to Primary 6 pupils of the school. Thank you Woodlands Ring for hosting us.

TFG @ Marsiling Primary School

TFG is honored to share the Tobacco Free Generation notion with Primary 6 pupils of Marsiling Primary School.Besides the usual comments and questions about nicotine addiction and smoking risks, a student grasped and reiterated to her cohort...

TFG @ Qihua Primary School

TFG engaged 300 P6 students from Qihua Primary School with videos, story telling and a lively Q&A session. We were pleasantly surprised at the questions asked by the kids, for example “Dear Doctor, If tobacco is so harmful, why is it...

TFG @ Jurongville Secondary School

TFG continues 2014 school program @ Jurongville Secondary School. About 280 students from Sec 2 cohort participated in the 40 min session, asking questions & sharing their own experiences about family members who are addicted to nicotine...