Generation Saviour Association was founded by Ms. Amteshwer Kaur in the year 1996, in times when resources and initiatives were minimum in the field of Tobacco Control. The founder is a practising lawyer in the Punjab and Haryana High Court, with her first case being Public Interest Litigation to ban smoking in public places, as a result of which notice to Central and State Governments were issued. With the passing years the army against smoking and tobacco grew stronger with addition of various patrons from fields like education, administration and judiciary. The founder has been honoured by District Level Award from Roopnagar District and District Mohali for outstanding contribution to the society in field of tobacco control.

Sensitization Workshop cum Review Meeting of State Level Coordination Committee, Haryana

A sensitization workshop cum review meeting of State Level Coordination Committee, Haryana was held on April 12, 2018 at Mini Secretariat, Sector 17, Chandigarh. The agenda of the workshop was to bring together all the stakeholders of Tobacco Control in

First Regional Civil Society Consultation on Non-Communicable Diseases for the Northern Region

The First Regional Civil Society Consultation on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), for the Northern Region, was organized by Healthy India Alliance in collaboration with Generation Saviour Association and The Union South East Asia in Mohali, Punjab on November 22, 2017. The

Factsheets: Comprehensive Assessment of COTPA 2003 in 15 selected Districts of Punjab

According to GATS (Global Adult Tobacco Survey, India, 2009-10) India is 274.9 million, with 163.7 million users of only smokeless tobacco, 68.9 million only smokers, and 42.3 million users of both smoking and smokeless tobacco. Ironically 5500 people mainly children

Celebration of World No Tobacco Day, 2017

'World No Tobacco Day' observance brings worldwide awareness to the health risks associated with tobacco use, and reinforces the importance of effective strategies to reduce tobacco. The day is further intended to draw attention to the widespread prevalence of tobacco

Steps towards be Haryana a ‘Tobacco Free State’

According to Global Adult Tobacco Survey, 2009-10 23.7% adults in Haryana using tobacco in any form and among them 22.7% are daily tobacco users. Average age of daily initiation of tobacco use in the state is 18.5 years in adults

Tobacco Smoke Free Homes

According to Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS) 2009-2010, 34.6% population in India is consuming tobacco and out of them 14% (110.2 Millions) are smokers. Five out of ten (52.3%) are exposed to second hand smoke at home and 29.0% at