Action on Smoking & Health, Philippines (ASH Philippines), an affiliate member organization of The Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Alliance, Philippines (FCAP), is the premier organization that is committed to the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases (NCDs). 


The vision of the organization is advancing health, enabling Filipinos to attain health and freedom from preventable diseases and premature deaths caused by smoking and other lifestyle-related and risky behaviors, the major behavioral risk factors of NCDs


Roberto Del Rosario

Vice President

Dr. Imelda Mateo


Engr. Sheila Marie Jean N. Botardo

Board Member

Emilio Jacinto

Dra. Consuelo M. Obillo


Joyctita E. Sierra

Executive Director

Maria Encarnita B. Limpin/MD/ FPCCP/FPCP/Pulmonologist





In Partnership with

The Union

The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease Vital Strategies World Health Organization


Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,

Southeast Asia Tobacco Control Alliance (SEATCA)

 FCTC Alliance Philippines (FCAP)

Philippine College of Chest Physicians (PCCP)

Philippine College of Physicians (PCP)

Adventist Community Services(ACS) 

Philippine Ambulatory Pediatric Association (PAPA)

Philippine Cancer Society Diabetes (PCSD)

Philippine Association of Diabetes Educator (PADE),

Philippine Heart Association (PHA)

Philippine Medical Association (PMA)

Ecowaste Coalition Action for Economic Reforms (AER)

New Vois Association of the Phil ( NVAP)

Health Justice Phil ( HJ) 

Philippine Navy (PN)

Bureau of Jail Management & Penology ( BJMP)

Department of Health Central and Regional Offices Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

Civil Service Commission (CSC)

Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA)

Philippine Economic Zone Authority (PEZA)

Department of Social Welfare & Development (DSWD)

Department of Education (DEPED)

Department of Tourism (DOT)

Community Seventh Day Adventist (SDA.

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