1) Public Policies and Law Enforcement
1.1 Law enforcement, esp ecially policies/measures to protect the health of non-smokers and reduce unwanted exposure to secondhand smoke.
1.2 Advocacy for new policies/measures, such as:
Tobacco Products Consumption Control Act B.E.
Restriction of access to cigarettes, especially among youth/new generation smokers, including zoning cigarette retailers
2) Research & Information Systems
2.1 Support action-based research, community-based research, and movement-based research with community based participatory research
2.2 Research/academic work to drive policies and campaign networks, and apply gained knowledge to continually develop relevant work.
2.3 Information systems to support the synthesis and development of academic/research work for greater ease in applying work results.
3) Campaign Networks, Public Relations, and Expansion of Smoke-Free Zones
3.1 Prevention of a new generations of smokers, especially youth and women, and a reduction of male rural smokers.
3.2 Prevention of exposure to secondhand smoke and thirdhand smoke exposure by expansion of smoke-free zones.
3.3 Communication to adjust public perception and attitude towards tobacco products, the tobacco industry, and cigarette smokers (de-normalization).
3.4 Anti-tobacco model development in various areas and provinces.
3.5 Integrated work promotion alongside other work plans to control tobacco.
4) Services to Help Smokers Quit Smoking
4.1 Development of rehabilitation and referral systems for smokers, and inclusion of medication for smoking cessation in the National List of Essential Medicines.