This map tells us whether a country has national or sub-national-level policies or legislation prohibiting smoking in educational facilities, with the exception of universities.
Data source: 2011 World Health Statistics Report from the World Health Organization. Data from 2008. This data was collected by the World Health Organization. The World Policy Analysis Center is not responsible for any errors or omissions.
- Educational facilities include all primary and secondary schools that are both publicly and privately managed, with the exception of universities. This definition also includes associated facilities that are used as part of educational programs.
- “Complete smoking bans” prohibit smoking tobacco products at any time in any indoor area under any circumstance. This includes the prohibition of smoking at private functions or in separate designated smoking rooms.