Adapted ICCM Guidelines Guidelines for a revised implementation of Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illnesses (ICCM) during the Ebola outbreak. Updated by UNICEF and WHO September 5, 2014.
This poster’s audience is the general community in Sierra Leone. It shows signs and symptoms of Ebola and clearly calls people with symptoms to go to a health facility. It has a clear call to action, includes a phone number to call for help, and good use of graphics that makes it appropriate for low-literacy populations.
Videos from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the Ebola outbreak.
Three public service announcements (PSAs) by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter on Ebola stigma, contact tracing and resilience.
Follow this link to a set of 7 radio messages in different languages (English, French, and 11 other languages). Radio messages include spots on prevention, risk, and stigma. Transcripts are included. These spots will be most useful when read by a local voice and adapted for local dialect and context.
Things Everyone Should Know and Do is a flip book from UNICEF and partners for interpersonal communication.
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