Mapping the impact of illicit cigarettes

By Te-Ping Chen

Mapping the impact of the contraband cigarettes trade is no mean feat. Our story today, "Canada’s Boom in Smuggled Cigarettes," took months

Canada's boom in smuggled cigarettes

By William Marsden

Gary Godelie has been a tobacco farmer most of his life, struggling to keep alive a family farm that produces what most everyone agrees is a

Big tobacco’s New York black market

By Marina Walker Guevara and Kate Willson

How America’s top cigarette firms fueled a billion-dollar underground trade

SMOKE2U

By Te-Ping Chen

Tobacco sales take off in cyberspace

The expert: listen to John Colledge

By ICIJ

Listen to John Colledge

The undercover cop: listen to ex-FBI agent Tom Zyckowski

By ICIJ

Listen to ex-FBI agent Tom Zyckowski

Overview

By Marina Walker Guevara

Tobacco is the most widely smuggled legal substance, and it's trafficking fuels organized crime and corruption

Smoking dragon, royal charm

By Te-Ping Chen

A tale of four FBI agents, 62 Chinese smugglers, and a billion bogus cigarettes

The lawsuit: read how Gallaher smuggled

By ICIJ

Read how Gallaher smuggled

The team

By ICIJ

Find out about the people who helped make Tobacco Underground

Made to be smuggled

Russian contraband cigarettes ‘flooding’ EU

Going undercover

Inside Baltic Tobacco’s smuggling empire

‘The guy in the wheelchair'

By Kate Willson

How an El Paso smuggler moved a half-billion cigarettes across America

Blame the distributor

By Drew Sullivan and Paul Radu

How Gallaher stayed in the smuggling game

How to get away with smuggling

By William Marsden

Canada’s billion-dollar deal for big tobacco

The secret factory: Take an undercover tour of Baltic Tobacco

By ICIJ

Take an undercover tour of Baltic Tobacco

The expert: watch an interview with Luk Joossens

By ICIJ

Watch an interview with Luk Joossens

JHPIEGO

By Devin Varsalona

This Johns Hopkins-affiliated nonprofit trains healthcare providers to give care abroad

Academy for Educational Development

By Devin Varsalona

Academy for Educational Development's partnership with the U.S. government allowed them to distribute $11 million of funds

Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere Inc. (CARE)

By Alejandra Fernández Morera

Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere reaches over 7 million people in 40 countries with their HIV/AIDS programs

PEPFAR policy hinders treatment in generic terms

By M. Asif Ismail

Critics say FDA approval rule has meant greater use of high-cost drugs at expense of helping fewer patients

International Orthodox Christian Charities

By Alejandra Fernández Morera

A newcomer to the HIV/AIDS battle, International Orthodox Christian Charities stress the 'A' and 'B' of ABC message

Kenya

By Victoria Kreha

HIV rates are declining in Kenya, but poverty remains one of the biggest barriers

Project funding

By ICIJ

How the Divine Intervention project was funded

Abt Associates

By Devin Varsalona

For more than 20 years, Abt has been creating and analyzing HIV prevention, care and treatment solutions for federal clients like USAID

Mozambique

By Victoria Kreha

AIDS is the leading cause of death for adult Mozambicans and fifth for children under 5

World Vision International

By Devin Varsalona

The organization is known for providing access to clean water, food and education, and more recently has tackled HIV/AIDS relief

Namibia

By Victoria Kreha

Widespread substance abuse in Namibia, among other factors, contributes to its HIV infection rate

American Red Cross

The American Red Cross has received funding from the U.S. government to implement abstinence-until-marriage programs

Bush's AIDS initiative: Too little choice, too much ideology

By Wendell Rawls Jr.

Restrictive funding, emphasis on abstinence hinder $15 billion effort

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