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.

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TFG collaborates with Tasmania’s...

TFG hosted Dr Adrian Reynolds, Clinical Director of Tasmania’s Alcohol and Drug Services when he visited Singapore in November 17, 2013. This reciprocates the visit to Tasmania in May 2012 by Professor Jon Berrick, co-author of the tobacco-free...

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TFG visits Damai Primary School

TFG initiated our 2014 school assembly program @ Damai Primary School in Nov 2013. Primary 5 and 6 kids were shown videos, slides and participated in a lively Q&A session. The topics covered included harms of nicotine addiction and recently...

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TFG @ Sengkang General Hospital Ground...

TFG had an excellent day on Oct 27, 2013 showing to some of our political and community leaders – the people, the progress and the passion of our movement at the new Sengkang General Hospital groundbreaking ceremony. We are proud to be...

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TFG presented @ Delhi Meeting

At the Sept 2013 Delhi meeting on ‘International Conference on Public Health Priorities in the 21st Century : End Games for Tobacco’ last week, TFG2000 was cited several times in the other plenary sessions even before the Singapore...

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Inaugural Ride for Tobacco Free Generation...

Ride for TFG2000 2013 – a ride to showcase support and encouragement for the tobacco free generation. 50 inaugural cyclists including doctors, medical students, teachers and members of the public cycled 100km through the streets of...

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TFG hosts Prof Ruth Malone

TFG & National Cancer Center Singapore hosts Prof Ruth Malone at the Humphrey Oei Disttinguished Lecture Series. Prof Malone’s talk entitled ‘End Game Strategies in Tobacco Control’ was presented to healthcare workers and...

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2nd Annual Youth Summit 2013

TFG organized our 2nd Youth Summit in U-town in May 2013, National University of Singapore. Attended by students and teachers from seven schools, participants spent 2 days attending lectures,workshops and participated in a video making...

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Flash Mob @ Vivocity

Flash Mob @ Vivocity Singapore TFG organized a flash mob at Vivocity on 24th March 2012. The aim of the Flash Mob was to showcase the energy of our youths and to bring greater public awareness for a tobacco free millennium generation. Around...

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Inaugural Youth Summit

Youth Summit @ CHIJ Secondary Toa Payoh Singapore, TFG organized its first Youth Summit on 24 March 2012 for 12 participating primary & secondary school together with medical students from Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National...

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TFG hosts members of Human Rights and...

TFG in conjunction with The National Cancer Center Singapore (NCCS)  hosted the 3rd meeting of the HRTCN on 19 March 2012. Delegates of the Human Rights and Tobacco control Network (HRTCN) were in Singapore to attend the 15th World Conference...