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eu Families & Adolescents Quit Tobacco
Why Such a Project?

Many EU countries have already taken concrete measures to address the smoking epidemic and have succeeded in lowering smoking rates in their populations. Several Nordic and Western European countries are therefore now in stage 4 of the epidemic. However, several countries in Southern, Central and Eastern Europe are in the early stages of the epidemic and are just now adopting a national strategy against smoking. What is particularly alarming for these countries is that adolescent and youth rates of smoking are very high and have been increasing.

euFAQT Objectives

The promotion of a healthier smoke free way of life for European adolescents and their families is the main and general objective of the euFAQT Project. euFAQT aims to complement EU policies on smoking prevention and cessation by adding to the knowledge about smoking prevention and cessation in adolescents.

euFAQT Partnership

One of the euFAQT objectives is to address smoking in countries with high smoking prevalence that also share cultural and socio-economic characteristics affecting smoking as a social behavior. Thus, the euFAQT project has several partners in a number of Southern/Mediterranean countries as well as Central/Eastern European countries.


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The euFAQT project has received funding from the European Union / DG Health and Consumer Protection. The European Commission and the Executive Agency are not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained on this website.


The project was kindly supported by KEELPNO.





euFAQT issues newsletters to give project updates. To view euFAQT newsletters or subscribe, please click here.


To view our leaflets that present euFAQT goals, objectives, as well as key outcomes, please click here.


Tap into our resources to learn more about organizations, institutions and programmes addressing smoking.

Relevant Projects

There is a number of projects/initiatives relevant to smoking. For more information please click here.