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Celebrating 10 Years

Timeline of Events

In 1996, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids was created to take on the tobacco industry and advocate for proven policies to reduce tobacco use. In 2007, tobacco control efforts were expanded to select countries around the world, taking the lessons learned from the U.S.

Building on the successes and lessons learned in the global fight against tobacco, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids launched the Global Health Advocacy Incubator in 2014 to address some of the world’s toughest challenges and improve public health around the globe. Below you’ll find key milestones over the last 10 years.