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    Ministry of Health bans shisha

    After the Advocacy of OTADAC and others The Ministry of Health has announced a ban on water-pipe tobacco smoking known as shisha tobacco and its importation to Rwanda .

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    ODATAC Helping Students to Avoid Tobacco, Drugs, and Alcohol

    By drinking too much at any age, people can dig themselves into holes of trouble. Some dig faster than others and have problems more quickly. They can lose friends, fall behind at school or work, cause family tension, harm their health, and bring on money problems

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    Tobacco Control advocate

    Media training workshop, in Entebbe, Uganda. In attendance, are journalists and media professionals from Nigeria, Benin, Cameroon, Burundi,
    Rwanda (OTADAC), Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Uganda

About Us

The OTADAC is a Non Governmental Organization whose mission is to help develop and implement the national tobacco control policies, regulations and promote the FCTC implementation as the basis for effective global tobacco control.

In accordate with the law Nº 04/2012 of 17/02/2012 governing the organization and functioning of national Non-Governmental Organization, It is herby created an organization regulated by the present status: ‹‹ ORGANIZATION FOR TOBACCO & ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE CONTROL (OTADAC) » To be a leading centre of excellence facilitating the implimentation of tobacco, alcohol and drug abuse control related activities in Rwanda.

The OTADAC will collaborate with the government of Rwanda and other Instutuion or NGO committed to fight against all devastating health, environment and economic consequences caused by tobacco consumption, harmful use of alcohol and drug abuse in Rwanda to prevent signification negative eternalities of tobacco use, alcohol and drugs.

  • Theodore NZABONIMPA Legal Representative . "OTADAC Members should Interest themselves more in Tobacco Control and Tobacco Industry Tactics to strengthen the Tobacco Control Work in Rwanda."

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