Indonesia's Tobacco Children - Coggle Diagram
Indonesia's Tobacco Children
The country that is smoking itself to death
Fastest growing tobacco target, a growing time bomb
Preventing children from smoking is a small victory in a long walk waiting ahead.
Maulana Susanto, 6, smokes cigarettes, since 2
Fikri, likes smoking from Djaraum ads because they look cool
Supriyatno, 36, has lung cancer
Kids, underage, working on tobacco farms, even though the green tobacco leaves are toxic to their skin
No minimum age to buy cigarettes
Ads everywhere which are highly sophisticated and targeted, especially young adults
Tino Saroenggallo: Makes Djarum ads which takes a lot of production costs, finds no blame for them, it should be on parents
Tobacco is an important part of Indonesian's economy. People depend on tobacco for a living.
Regulations for working childrens don't exist or apply to some tobacco warehouses
British American Tobacco claims they're working to root out child labors
Indonesia haven't signed the UN Tobacco Control Agreement because politically it's very difficult.
Tobacco gives Indonesia income from tobacco taxes and providing employments
Fuad Baradja, an ez-smoker, does school talks and therapies
Protest march to stop World Tobacco Asia, because they're seen as the new colonialists because they're supplying machinery to produce tobaccos
Demanded Keith Harris to sign a pledge for them to stop hosting World Tobacco exhibitions in Indonesia
Dr. Nafsiah Mboi wants to end the tobacco problems.