FFO has a proven track record in conducting surveys and research studies, including child labor surveys, poverty scorecard surveys, small and cottage industry surveys, brick kiln surveys, and universal primary education surveys. Our work has contributed significantly to identifying out-of-school children and understanding the complexities of illicit trade in cigarettes.

Illicit trade in cigarettes poses serious health risks to consumers and deprives governments of revenue. FFO has been at the forefront of tobacco control efforts, conducting over 200 awareness sessions for authorized officers and stakeholders on the health hazards of tobacco use and smoking. We have also been involved in community, media, district, and provincial government initiatives to celebrate World No Tobacco Day annually, effectively disseminating the message that smoking kills and is harmful to individuals and society.


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