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(Grantees named in Part VII-B ‘Expenditure Responsibility Statement’ – Attachment 10)
 
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Latest revision as of 09:39, 30 July 2019

The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World released information on who it had given grants to as part of its 2018 tax return.[1] This information was in three separate attachments and is detailed below.

Grantees named in Part VII-B ‘Expenditure Responsibility Statement’ – Attachment 10

Country Name (and city) of grantee Grant Description Grant value (in US$)
BANGLADESH BRAC CENTRE (DHAKA) DOC. BEHAVIOR PATTERNS, RISK PERCEPTION & SOCIAL FACTOR THAT DISCOURAGE TB PATTERNS TO QUIT SMOKING

Note: In July 2019 it was revealed that BRAC was returning this funding

64,151
BANGLADESH CHILD SIGHT FOUNDATION (DHAKA) SYSTEMATIC REVIEW & SITUATION ANALY. OF SMOKING & PERC. ABOUT HARM REDUCTION AMONGST SLUM DWELLERS 92,620
GERMANY ABF GMBH (PLANEGG) PHASE 1 BIOMARKER RESEARCH 15,000
GREECE PATRAS SCIENCE PARK, UNIVERSITY CAMPUS (RIO ACHAIA) DEVELOP. OF INSTI. FOR RES. & INNO. ON THR – PERCEIVED RISK STUDY & INTERVENTION OF SMOKE FREE PROD. 91,850
BRIDGING GRANT 14,135


INDIA P.N. SRIVASTAVA FND. FOR SCIENTIFIC EDUCATION & RESEARCH, NORTH-EASTERN HILL UNIVERSITY (SHILLONG)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

DETAILED PROJECT PROPOSAL DEVELOP. FOR ESTABLISH. OF A CENTER OF EXCELL. ON HARM REDUCTION SCIENCE 67,600
ITALY ECLAT SRL, UNIVERSITY OF CATANIA (SICILY)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE ACCELERATION OF HARM REDUCTION (COEHAR) 130,559
ACCELERATE AND IMPROVE SMOKING PRECISION AND DETECTION RATE OF MONITORING THE SMOKING EPISODES 75,246
LIBERIA YOUTH BRIDGE INC. IN-DEPTH ASSESSMENT ON THE CULTURE OF SMOKING IN LIBERIA 55,458
BRIDGING GRANT 10,050
FRAMING PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO ENDING SMOKING IN LIBERIA 85,575
MALAWI CENTRAL REGION MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIAT. (LILONGWE) CONCEPT STUDY: STRENGTHENING SMALLHOLDER DAIRY AGRIBUSINESS AS VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO TOBACCO 49,857
SOUTHERN AFRICAN FND. FOR AGRICULTURE & CLIMATE CHANGE (LILONGWE) TRANSITIONING TOBACCO FARMERS TO ALTER. LIVELIHOODS 80,100
NEW ZEALAND CENTRE OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE ON INDIGENOUS SOV (AUCKLAND)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL TO BUILD A GLOBAL CENTRE FOR SMOKING CESSATION AND HARM REDUCTION IN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE 978, 449
PAKISTAN ALTERNATIVE RESEARCH INITIATIVE (ISLAMABAD) MAPPING STATUS OF HARM REDUCTION PRODUCTS FRAMEWORK IN PAKISTAN 89,400
BRIDGING GRANT 31,240
KAP STUDY ON HRP USERS AND BARRIERS TO SMOKING CESSATION & HRP USE IN MARGINALIZED COMM. 164,560
QBAL (QUALITY BELLIGERENCE) (ISLAMABAD) WHO FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON TOBACCO CONTROL FOR FARMERS 100,000
WHO FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON TOBACCO CONTROL FOR FARMERS TOO – BRIDGING GRANT 15,000
SOUTH AFRICA UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN (CAPE TOWN)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

AFRICAN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR SMOKING AND MENTAL HEALTH 70,800
UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH (BELLVILLE) AN ETHICAL FRAMEWORK FOR A SMOKE-FREE WORLD 85,000
SWITZERLAND INTL. NET. OF NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGAN. (INNCO) (GENEVA) STRENGTHENING NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGANIZATIONS 100,300
UNITED KINGDOM ACK CONSULTANTS (FAVERSHAM) ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOODS FOR TOBACCO FARMERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 100,000
CAMBRIDGE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP LTD (CAMBRIDGE) EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO DRIVE MASS ADOPTION OF REDUCED-RISK PRODUCTS 104,320
CENTRE FOR SUBSTANCE USE RESEARCH (GLASGOW)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL TO DEVELOP A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH RELATED TO SMOKING CESSATION 96,063
DETERMINANTS AND IMPACT OF SWITCHING TO REDUCED RISK PRODUCTS 92,941
KNOWLEDGE ACTION CHANGE (LONDON)

(See Gerry Stimson for background information)

PRODUCTION OF A COMBINATION OF ONLINE JOURNALS 69,000
TO PRODUCE THE FIRST EDITION OF THE GLOBAL STATE OF TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION (GSTHR) 176,700
INCREASE CAPACITY FOR CONDUCTING AND UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH RELATED TO TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION 306,373
TRANSLATION OF EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF GSTH REPORT FROM ENGLISH TO ARABIC, CHINESE, FRENCH, RUSSIAN AND SPANISH 32,000
GLOBAL STATE OF TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION ROAD SHOWS 467,291
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA BEHAVIORAL DIAGNOSTICS LLC (CORALVILLE, IA) BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 78,533
CARLYLE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP (NEW YORK) CO-HOST SUMMIT CELEBRATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION AT THE NEVUS OF WELLNESS & SMOKE FREE WORLD (EVENT MARCH 20-22, 2018) 200,000
CO-HOST SUMMIT CELEBRATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION AT THE NEVUS OF WELLNESS & SMOKE FREE WORLD (EVENT SEPTEMBER 22-25, 2018) 125,000
CLINIVANTAGE HEALTHVARE TECHNOLOGIES INC (CA) PROPOSAL DEVELOP. FOR RURAL MARKET STUDY & UNDERSTAND DEPLOYMENT OF HARM REDUCTION ALTERNATIVES 36,000
FILTER MAGAZINE (NEW YORK) GENERAL SUPPORT. DELIVERABLES LISTED IN PROPOSAL. PLUS TO COVER COSTS FOR HOSTING CONSULTATION 190,000
FOX FOUNDATION (FLORIDA) SCOPING FOR BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE 59,910
INTL FCSTONE FINANCIAL INC. (KANSAS CITY) EVENT: SOUTHERN AFRICA STRUCTURED TRADE SEMINAR (26-29 JUNE 2018) 10,500
LUMOS DIAGNOSTICS PTY LTD (CA) BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 92,210
METAFORM VENTURES LLC (CA)

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ESTABLISHING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN INDIA 100,000
BRIDGING GRANT 17,282
NANOCOMPOSIX (CA) BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 67,840

‘Grants and contributions paid during the year’ – Attachment 15 - TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS PAID = $6,456,486

Country Name (and city) of grantee Grant Description Grant value (in US$)
BANGLADESH BRAC DOCUMENTING BEHAVIOR PATTERNS, RISK PERCEPTION AND SOCIAL FACTORS THAT DISCOURAGE TB PATIENTS TO QUIT SMOKING 32,075
CHILD SIGHT FOUNDATION SYSTEMATIC REVIEW AND SITUATION ANALYIS OF SMOKING AND PERCEPTIONS ABOUT HARM REDUCTION AMONGST SLUM DWELLERS IN DHAKA CITY 92,620
GERMANY ABF GMBH PHASE 1 BIOMARKER RESEARCHER 15,000
GREECE PATRAS SCIENCE PARK DEVELOPMENT OF AN INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH AND INNOVATION ON THE PERCEIVED RISK STUDY AND INTERVENTION OF SMOKE-FREE PRODUCTS IN GREECE; BRIDGING GRANT 105,985
INDIA P.N. SRIVASTAVE FOUN. FOR SCIENTIFIC EDU. & RES RADIATION & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY UNIT

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

DETAILED PROJECT PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A CENTER OF EXCELLENCE ON HARM REDUCTION SCIENCE 33,800
ITALY ECLAT SRL, UNIVERSITY OF CATANIA

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

CENTER OF EXCELLENCE FOR THE ACCELERATION OF HARM REDUCTION (COEHAR); ACCELERATE AND IMPROVE SMOKING PRECISION AND DETECTION RATE OF MONITORING THE SMOKING EPISODES BY USING THE SMOKEBEAT TECHNOLOGY 205,805
LIBERIA YOUTH BRIDGE, INC. IN-DEPTH ASSESSMENT ON THE CULTURE OF SMOKING IN LIBERIA; BRIDGING GRANT; FRAMING PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO ENDING SMOKING IN LIBERIA 86,902
MALAWI CENTRAL REGION MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION CONCEPT STUDY: STRENGTHENING SMALLHOLDER DAIRY AGRIBUSINESS AS VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO TOBACCO 24,929
SOUTHERN AFRICAN FND. FOR AGRICULTURE & CLIMATE CHANGE TRANSITIONING TOBACCO FARMERS TO ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOODS 80,100
NEW ZEALAND CENTRE OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE ON INDIGENOUS SOV

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL TO BUILD A GLOBAL CENTRE FOR SMOKING CESSATION AND HARM REDUCTION IN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE 489,225
PAKISTAN ALTERNATIVE RESEARCH INITIATIVE KAP STUDY ON HYP USERS AND BARRIERS TO SMOKING CESSATION AND HRP USE IN MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES; FRAMEWORK IN PAKISTAN; BRIDGING GRANT 161,780
QBAL (QUALITY BELLIGERENCE) WHO FRAMEWORK CONVENTION ON TOBACCO CONTROL FOR FARMERS TOO – BRIDGING GRANT 115,000
SOUTH AFRICA UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

TOWARDS AN AFRICAN CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR SMOKING AND MENTAL HEALTH 70,800
UNIVERSITY OF STELLENBOSCH AN ETHICAL FRAMEWORK FOR A SMOKE-FREE WORLD 85,000
SWITZERLAND INTL. NET. OF NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGAN. (INNCO) STRENGTHENING NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGANIZATIONS. THE ASSOCIATION AIMS TO MINIMISE THE GLOBAL HARM POSED BY COMBUSTIBLE TOBACCO AND UNSAFE FORMS OF ORAL TOBACCO BY MONITORING, SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING THE NEEDS AND RIGHTS OF NICOTINE USERS TO REDUCE THEIR HEALTH RISK BY CHOOSING SIGNIFICANTLY SAFER FORMS OF USE 50,150
UNITED KINGDOM ACK CONSULTANTS ALTERNATIVE LIVELIHOODS FOR TOBACCO FARMERS IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES 100,000
CAMBRIDGE DESIGN PARTNERSHIP LTD EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES TO DRIVE MASS ADOPTION OF REDUCED-RISK PRODUCTS 104,320
CENTRE FOR SUBSTANCE USE RESEARCH

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL TO DEVELOP A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN BEHAVIOURAL RESEARCH RELATED TO ANDS AND SMOKING CESSATION; WHY DO SMOKERS SWITCH TO USING ALTERNATIVE NICOTINE DELIVERY STSEMS TECHNOLOGY, AND WHAT HAPPENS WHEN THEY DO? 189,00
KNOWLEDGE ACTION CHANGE

(For background information see Gerry Stimson)

PRODUCTION OF A COMBINATION OF ONLINE BROADCASTS, SPECIAL REPORTS, INTERVIEWS, AND PHOTOJOURNALISM PIECES TO INCREASE THE PROFILE AND EXTEND THE DISSEMINATION OF THE GTHR REPORT WORLDWIDE AND SPECIALLY AT COP8; TO PRODUCE THE FIRST EDITION OF THE GLOBAL STATE OF TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION (GSTHR); INCREASE CAPACITY FOR CONDUCTING AND UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH RELATED TO TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION; TRANSLATION OF THE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF GSTHR REPORT FROM ENGLISH TO ARABIC, CHINESE, FRENCH, RUSSIAN AND SPANISH 787,082
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA THE CONRAD FOUNDATION SPONSORSHIP OF THE 2018-2019 CONRAD SPIRIT OF INNOVATION CHALLENGE 174,113
CARLYLE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP CO-HOST THE SUMMIT ‘A CELEBRATION OF KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION AT THE NEXUS OF WELLNESS AND A SMOKE-FREE WORLD 275,000
BEHAVIORAL DIAGNOSTICS LLC BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 78,533
CLINIVANTAGE HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGIES, INC PROPOSAL DEBELOPMENT FOR RURAL MARKET STUDY AND UNDERSTAND DEVELOPMENT OF HARM REDUCTION ALTERNATIVES 36,000
FOX FOUNDATION SCOPING FOR BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE 59,910
LUMOS DIAGNOSTICS PTY LTD BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 92,210
METAFORM VENTURES LLC

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT FOR ESTABLISHING CENTER OF EXCELLENCE IN INDIA; BRIDGING GRANT 117,282
NANOCOMPOSIX BIOMARKER RESEARCH PROGRAM 67,840
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO COMPARATIVE TOBACCO INTERVENTIONS FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH SEVERE AND PERSISTING BEHAVIORAL HEALTH DISORDERS 70,521
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY TO CREATE AN ENABLING POLICY ENVIRONMENT FOR ECONOMIC AND AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN MALAWI 2,600,000
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, INST. FOR ENVIRON. DIALOGUE DIALOGUE ENTITLED “BREAKING THE CIGARETTE HABIT IN AN EVOLVING TOBACCO, NICOTINE AND ALTERNATIVE PRODUCTS LANDSCAPE” HELD IN OCT 2018 45,000
INTL FCSTONE FINANCIAL INC GOLD SPONSORSHIP AND FIVE PARTICIPANTS. SOUTHERN AFRICA STRUCTURED TRADE SEMINAR 26-29 JUNE 2018. KEY SET OF MEETINGS THAT INITIATED CONVERSATIONS WITH USAID, AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK, AND OTHER KEY STAKEHOLDERS 10,500


'Contributions approved for future payment' – Attachment 16 - TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS APPROVED = $19,192,280

Country Name (and city) of grantee Grant Description Grant value (in US$)
LIBERIA YOUTH BRIDGE, INC. FRAMING PRACTICAL SOLUTIONS TO ENDING SMOKING IN LIBERIA 64,181
MALAWI CENTRAL REGION MILK PRODUCERS ASSOCIATION CONCEPT STUDY: STRENGTHENING SMALLHOLDER DAIRY AGRIBUSINESS AS VIABLE ALTERNATIVE TO TOBACCO 24,928
NEW ZEALAND CENTRE OF RESEARCH EXCELLENCE ON INDIGENOUS SOV

(See Foundation for a Smoke-Free World Centres of Excellence for more detail)

PROPOSAL TO BUILD A GLOBAL CENTRE FOR SMOKING CESSATION AND HARM REDUCTION IN INDIGENOUS PEOPLE 489,224
PAKISTAN ALTERNATIVE RESEARCH INITIATIVE KAP STUDY ON HRP USERS AND BARRIERS TO SMOKING CESSATION AND HRP USE IN MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES 123,420
SWITZERLAND INTL. NETWORK OF NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGANISATIONS STRENGTHENING NICOTINE CONSUMER ORGANISATIONS. THE ASSOCIATION AIMS TO MINIMISE THE GLOBAL HARM POSED BY COMBUSTIBLE TOBACCO AND UNSAFE FORMS OF ORAL TOBACCO BY MONITORING, SUPPORTING AND PROMOTING THE NEEDS AND RIGHTS OF NICOTINE USERS TO REDUCE THEIR HEALTH RISK BY CHOOSING SIGNIFICANTLY SAFER FORMS OF USE 50,150
UNITED KINGDOM KNOWLEDGE ACTION CHANGE

(For background see the page on Gerry Stimson)

INCREASE CAPACITY FOR CONDUCTING AND UNDERSTANDING RESEARCH RELATED TO TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION; GLOBAL STATE OF TOBACCO HARM REDUCTION ROAD SHOWS 264, 283
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA THE CONRAD FOUNDATION SPONSORSHIP OF THE 2018-2019 CONRAD SPIRIT OF INNOVATION CHALLENGE 125,000
ASIA PUBLIC HISTORY FOUNDATION INC SMOKY HORIZONS: TOBACCO AND EMPIRE IN ASIA 50,000
DREXEL UNIVERSITY DEVELOPMENT OF A PROPOSAL TO STUDY THE IMPACTS OF RESIDUAL E-CIGARETTE EFFLUENT AND TOBACCO SMOKE RESIDUE TO INDOOR PARTICULATE AND ASSOCIATED HEALTH IMPACTS 69,711
FILTER MAGAZINE FILTER WILL PUBLISH A MINIMUM AVERAGE OF FEATURE-LENGTH PIECES, SHORT PIECES, AND ORIGINAL VIDEOS AS SPECIFIED BY CONTRACT 190,000
LAND O’LAKES INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CENTRE FOR AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN MALAWI WILL FACILIATE THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW TECHNOLOGIES, PARTNERSHIPS, AND INCOME OPPORTUNITIES TO HELP FARMERS ACHIEVE GREATER ECONOMIC CERTAINTY IN THE COMING YEARS 12,000,000
MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY ALLIANCE FOT AFRICAN PARTNERSHIP TO CREATE AN ENABLING POLICY ENVIRONMENT FOR ECONOMIC AND AGRICULTURAL TRANSFORMATION IN MALAWI 5,200,000
OPPORTUNITY INTERNATIONAL, INC. TECHNOLOGY-ENHANCED FINANCE AND TRAINING EXTENSION: A PILOT TO TRANSFORM SMALLHOLDER AGRICULTURAL LIVELIHOODS IN MALAWI 541,383


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  1. Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, Form 990-PF, 2018 Tax Return, 13 May 2019, accessed May 2019