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Anti -Tobacco Campaign

By BIS Correspondent
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Mumbai, Oct. 29. PUNE: The Don Bosco Development Society (DBDS) Chinchwad organised a street play and health exhibition under the theme 'Tobacco Free Society' in the Ajantha Nagar slum on October 24.
The play and health exhibition was held under the aegis of 'Health Risk Reduction Project' supported by AXA Business Services. The focus of the activity was to communicate health risks associated with tobacco consumption.

The programme began with a display of posters in the form of an exhibition. The posters contained visual material and written information on health risks associated with consuming tobacco and its effects on personal health, family, and society.

The street play was enacted in an open space in the slum. It focused on the damage done by tobacco to the body, which happens slowly. It highlighted the sufferings of a smoker, where one can damage their lungs seriously with this habit and eventually lose their life. It further portrayed the ordeal that a smoker's family undergoes.



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