Tobacco Free Generation International
Achieving ZERO smoking and vaping in the new generation is now possible!
What’s the issue?
Did the FCTC reduce global cigarette consumption?
Key figure: Fig 4 British Medical Journal 2019 Hoffman, Poirier et al
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Future smoking prevalence with 25% or 50% more of the same conventional measures
Timeline Progress from 2010
What is an Endgame in tobacco control?
What is TFGi Endgame?
2010 Imagining things otherwise: new endgame ideas for tobacco control. Ruth Malone Editorial
2012 “Radically Dangerous, Visionary Leaders or Both?” TFG Endgame debut at the WCTOH Conference in Suntec City, Singapore.
2012 Some TFG pioneers from here
Why us? Next webinars.
The better smoking & vaping prevention narrative
TFG Learning Modules
Next webinars: 29 October 2022. Singapore Time 9 pm to 1030 pm. (+8 GMT)
Latest Posts & Archives
In the News
Schools and Students
Past Blind Spots
Strong Public Support
Current Article Matrix (to Dec 2021)
New Zealand modelling of TFG in BMJ 2021
Overcoming Global Blind Spots
Many Laws with 3 important words “.. ON AND AFTER.. ” Singapore Examples
Reimagining Better Mass Education with TFGi
Reimagining Easier Implementation at Points of Sale
“..simple, bold, legally viable, effective, innovative, can work around the world..” from Public Health Advocacy Institute, USA.
Inspiring Young Adult Leadership for Global Social Good
TFG Singapore from 2013
TFG Bataan Philippines from 2017
TFG Tshwane South Africa from 2018
2020 TFG Youth producing better education content in Liveable Cities Challenge Singapore
Synergies between the Tobacco-Free Generation Endgame and our green plans
2011-2016 TFG in Singapore schools
2013 Tasmania: TFGi team shared the TFG advocacy in Singapore
Nov 2015 Singapore visit followed by 2016 Balanga City TFG Education Week
2016 The Rise of Bataan, Phillipines
2017 Launch of TFG2000 Ordinance Balanga, Phillipines
TFG Promotion in Malaysia from 2018
2022 Congratulations to Malaysia’s Minister of Health Khairy Jamaluddin
TFG in Conference Resolutions
When will smoking prevalence reach 0% with more of the current measures?
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