This animated video addresses: What is Ebola? How is the virus transmitted? What are the signs and Symptoms?
2021- Developed by the Government of Sierra Leone, this resource features facts about Ebola, prevention, signs and symptoms, treatment and how to distinguish between COVID-19 and Ebola Virus Disease.
This fact sheet distinguishes between Covid-19 and Ebola in terms of cause, transmission, signs and symptoms and risk factors.
This message guide was produced in June 2016 to strengthen the coordination of the various information and education interventions developed to raise awareness about the Ebola epidemic in Côte d’Ivoire.
This film discusses the role of community health workers in their essential “contact tracing” work to prevent the spread of Ebola. It explains the role of contact tracers in finding people who have been in contact with an Ebola patient and in raising awareness to help stop the transmission of the disease.
Source: Ebola – Agents de suivi
This WHO Ebola fact sheet (2021) provides comprehensive facts on Ebola, covering transmission, symptoms, prevention and control, vaccine, care for those recovered from Ebola and WHO response.
Source: WHO Ebola Fact Sheet
This fact sheet provides updated (2020) facts on Ebola Vaccines, addressing vaccine licensing, distribution, eligibility, adverse effects, ring vaccines and the role vaccines in outbreak control.
Source: Ebola FAQ’s (WHO)
This video from the Democratic Republic of the Congo provides information on the symptoms of Ebola disease, how it is transmitted, and how we can help stop its transmission.
This resource consists of job aide cards with illustrations and talking points to guide health care workers’ conversations with community members. Topics include: general EVD facts, signs and symptoms, transmission, prevention, caring for the sick, safe&dignified burials, contact tracing and Ebola treatment units.
This Message guide provides key messages for various audiences (Communities, family members, survivors, leaders and government administrators and health care workers) on dignified and secure burial, IPC, vaccination, nutrition, medical care. Also included are messages for points of entry, survivors and on surveillance.
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