Indicators of Influence
These seven key indicators highlight interference from the tobacco industry in the Solomon Islands.
Industry participation in policy development
9 / 20
Tobacco industry-related CSR activities
5 / 20
Benefits given to the tobacco industry
6 / 20
Unnecessary interaction with the tobacco industry
10 / 20
Procedure for transparency measures
10 / 20
Avoiding conflicts of interest
7 / 20
16 / 30
These are ways the Solomon Islands can deter interference from the tobacco industry:
- Raise awareness of the WHO FCTC and specifically Article 5.3 within the whole of government.
- Establish a government taskforce to oversee implementation of Article 5.3, under the MHMS.
- Establish an overarching national standard guideline procedure for transparency when government officials interact with the industry.
- Prohibit and regulate tobacco industry contributions to politicians.
- Prohibit all tobacco-related CSR donations, sponsorship and funding assistance.
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