Exposing Children to Tobacco Smoke is Unacceptable
According to a study conducted by the World Bank, more than one million adults and two thousand children aged 10 to 14 in BiH are daily tobacco users.
Mountains: Once a Place of Fear, Now a Beacon of Unity
Much of the fighting that took place during the Bosnian war of the 1990s occurred in the country’s mountains, hills, and countryside. Now, BiH is re-establishing itself as a hub for outdoor and adventure tourism.
Smoke Surrounds Us Wherever We Go. We Demand a Solution!
The activities of the Klima Bez Dima initiative were presented this week to a large number of visitors during the 2019 International Economy Fair in Mostar.
Smoking and Women’s Health: The Disproportionate Effects Among the Sexes
In her book From Outrage to Courage, scholar Anne Firth Murray remarks: “Being born female is dangerous for your health. This reality may not be true for many readers, but for most women living in poor countries around the globe, it is devastating.”
The Pursuit for Equality: Women and Business in BiH
It isn’t easy being a woman in today’s world, but the increasing differences in the treatment of women and men have a significant impact on the statistics on women’s employment in BiH.
Mitigating the Adverse Impacts of Smoking; Are Excise Taxes on Tobacco the Solution?
Tobacco’s death toll continues to rise in BiH, while the tobacco industry remains insulated and the tobacco epidemic rages on with more than 2,000 children and 1,053,000 adults using tobacco on a daily basis.