Regulation of tobacco use in Uganda

Regulation of tobacco use in Uganda

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The Tobacco Control Bill 2012 has been introduced in Parliament as a private members Bill “to protect people in both the present and future from the devastating health, social,
economic and environmental consequences of exposure to tobacco smoke”. Basing on an assessment of tobacco exposure in a typical small-holder tobacco farming community, this paper outlines the special needs of people living with HIV that the Bill needs to address