# Currently 60 countries are now on track to achieve the voluntary global target of a 30-percent reduction in tobacco use between 2010 and 2025. Two years ago only 32 countries were on track. This is according to the fourth World Health Organisation’s global tobacco trends report. There are 1.30-billion tobacco users globally compared to 1.32-billion in 2015. Some of the key findings of the report are that last year 22.3-percent of the global population used tobacco, and approximately 38-million children aged between 13-to-15 currently use tobacco. Of these 13-million are girls and 25-million boys.