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Estimates were reported for noticing any cigarette marketing, noticing marketing in stores where cigarettes are sold, and noticing marketing other than in stores where cigarettes are sold.** In Bangladesh, similar questions regarding bidi and smokeless tobacco marketing were included in the survey.
In the communities where we work, a series of meetings targeted at raising awareness about child rights mobilised more than 400 community members to help advocate for child rights.In each country, a multistage cluster sample design is used, with the number of households selected proportionate to population size.Households are chosen randomly within a primary sampling unit or secondary sampling unit, and one respondent is selected at random from each selected household to participate in the survey.Statistical significance of differences in values was determined using a chi-square test, with significance determined at p The results presented in this report indicate that the lowest prevalence of awareness of cigarette marketing, among both males and females, was found in Thailand, where prohibition of the display of cigarettes packets or logos of tobacco brands at the points of sale was enforced beginning in 2005.The findings in this report are subject to at least two limitations.Interviewers administer the survey in the country's local language, using handheld electronic data collection devices.
Interviews are conducted privately and same-sex interviewers are used in countries where culturally appropriate (e.g., Bangladesh).Comprehensive bans on advertising, sponsorship, and promotion of tobacco products, recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) (1), can reduce per capita cigarette consumption if enforced (3).GATS* is a new nationally representative household survey of persons aged ≥15 years, initially conducted during 2008--2009 in 14 countries: Bangladesh, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Mexico, Philippines, Poland, Russian Federation, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay and Vietnam.Bangladesh, Thailand, and Uruguay were among the first countries to report results.The GATS core questionnaire includes detailed questions regarding the demographic characteristics of respondents, their tobacco use, and a wide range of tobacco-related topics (e.g., cessation, secondhand smoke, economics, media, and knowledge, attitudes, and perceptions).The children of Bangladeshi sex workers have hard childhoods.