World Health Organization
World Health Organization (WHO)
Topic : Addressing Tobacco Free Initiative as a global action plan.
Tobacco is one of the main factors of death caused by non-communicable diseases such as Tuberculosis, Stroke and Lung Cancer. The number of people who died of it keeps escalating every year. The latest data show that an estimated 100 million people from any ages were killed by tobacco used during the 20th century. As part of continuing efforts to improve the health and well-being of people, the World Health Organization member states in Asia World Model United Nations (AWMUN) IV will be addressing the Tobacco-Free Initiatives as a global action plan to work together in order to decrease the use of Tobacco in people’s daily life.