Our membership is open to a wide variety of partners, including associations, CSOs, NGOs, tobacco control tobacco harm reduction advocates.
THR Nigeria’s mission is to provide complete unbiased information to smokers in Nigeria on low risk alternatives to smoking, in order to make sound and informed choices based on this information.
THR Nigeria is a scholarship project under the Knowledge-Action-Change (KAC) Scholarship Program Scheme, which focuses on promoting safer alternative by providing truthful, transparent information to smokers and the public generally, with the focus of switching where they cannot quit smoking.
THR Congo DRC voices the health strategies to lower the health risks associated with the use of nicotine through smoking, promotes the substitution of reduced risk products for cigarette smokers who cannot or will not quit.
They trust that the population living in Congo and the DRC, have the right to access information and share knowledge regarding the use of tobacco, the health risks and consequences that comes with it, and the health benefit of quitting or switching to safer alternatives.
THR Malawi is an information dissemination project on tobacco and nicotine science. This platform provides you with information on the state of tobacco in Malawi, smoking associated harms and scientifically proven harm reduction strategies.
THR Uganda is a tobacco harm reduction advocacy and awareness campaign based in Kampala - Uganda. Their core mandate is to end cigarette smoking and save smokers lives by creating awareness of existing safer nicotine alternatives.
THR Kenya disseminates information on smoking and nicotine science. They share information on smoking associated harms and scientifically proven harm reduction strategies in Kenya
Youth Bridge Inc.
Legally established and accredited by the Government of Liberia in 2016, Youth Bridge Inc. is a registered non-profit advocacy organization operating in Liberia with a mission to advocate for young people empowerment. Youth Bridge has implemented projects with financial and technical supports from national and international organizations including; United Nations/ITU-Geneva, Inroads-USA, INROADS-USA, Rock Flower Partners-USA, Seed Money-USA, Foundation for a Smoke-Free World-USA, Actionaid-Liberia, Federation of and ADEAs.