STOP provides funding to select organizations across the globe who are working to expose and counter industry behavior that undermines public health. Below is a list of completed STOP-funded projects to date.

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2022

VERA Files Inc.—Philippines

STOP THE SMOKE: Debunking the Tobacco Industry in the Philippines.

Salud Justa y Sustentabilidad—Mexico

Countering conflicts of interest in Mexico.

Fundación EPES – Iniciativa Chile Libre de Tabaco—Chile

Social media and mass media campaign to obtain public commitment from politicians against tobacco industry interference in Chile.

ADIC—Sri Lanka

Expose tobacco industry tactics to promote single stick cigarette use among vulnerable groups in Sri Lanka.

Sudesta—Uruguay

Investigate the influence of the industry in governmental decisions.

Fundación para el Desarrollo de Politicas Sustentables (Fundeps)—Argentina

New strategies of the tobacco industry’s impact into public health policies.

Action Nepal—Nepal

Preventing corporate social responsibility activities of the tobacco industry during COVID-19 in Nepal.

Red Nactional Antitobaco (RENATA)—Costa Rica

Sin cortinas de humo en Costa Rica (No Smoke Screen in Costa Rica)

Corporate Accountability and Public Participation in Africa (CAPPA)—Nigeria

Exposing tobacco industry capture of the virtual space in Nigeria.


2021

Egypt Health Foundation—Egypt

Exposing the tobacco industry through media advocacy.

Tobacco-Free Association of Zambia (TOFAZA)—Zambia

Accelerated campaign to expose and counteract the tobacco industry interference activities on tobacco control in Zambia.

Fundacion Annas—Colombia

Investigation into tobacco industry front groups in Colombia.

Nofumadores—Spain

Investigation into tobacco industry interference in smoke-free policy in La Graciosa Islands.

Ethos Public Policy Lab—Mexico

Investigation into tobacco industry interference in the reform of the tobacco control law in Mexico.

Eco-Business—Philippines

Investigation into business sector interference in a CSR bill.


2020

Eco-Business—Philippines

Investigation into tobacco industry interference with policymakers during the pandemic.

Corporate Accountability and Public Participation Africa (CAPPA)—Nigeria

Investigation into tobacco industry interference in the non-health sector.

PROGGA—Bangladesh

Investigation into tobacco industry influence in non-health sector tax policy.

UBINIG—Bangladesh

Investigation into the exploitation of women in tobacco production.

Asesorias En Comunicacion del Este—Costa Rica

Investigation into tobacco industry interference in anti-smuggling policy measures.

Tobacco Free Association of Zambia (TOFAZA)—Zambia

Investigation into tobacco industry interference in policy development.