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Ebola Radio Spot – Survivors (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can a man or woman recovered from Ebola continue their intimate life with their partner normally?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Survivors (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Lingala
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Survivors (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “What are the effects of Ebola virus on babies of pregnant women during and after recovery?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Survivors (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Lingala
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Ports of Entry (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Do the preventive measures concern only the members of the Community?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Kinande
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Tshiluba
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Ebola Radio Spot – Surveillance (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Why is it that if a person shows signs of Ebola, the Response team should be alerted?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Surveillance (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Surveillance (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Is the Ebola vaccine important to the entire community?”, and is produced in 5 languages (French, Swahili, Kinande, Kikongo, Lingala and Tshiluba).

Sources:

  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Surveillance (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Tshiluba
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Ebola Radio Spot – Vaccination (1)

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This radio spot addresses the topic: “Is the Ebola vaccine important to the entire community?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kinande, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Vaccination (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Vaccination (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can a person who has already been vaccinated still carry the Ebola virus?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Vaccination (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Kinande
Ebola STI Social Media Post

Social Media Posts – Audio (DRC)

Ebola STI Social Media PostThree Social Media Audio Posts addressing the importance of vaccine, hand washing and protected sex to prevent the spread of Ebola.

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Ebola: Un Poème Pour La Vie

Ebola: Un Poème Pour La Vie

Ebola: Un Poème Pour La VieThis video contributes to efforts to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus in Africa. It reflects the co-creators’ approach to creating non-coercive media, in this case using animation to create a message of love for the living through an African spiritual voice.

Source: Ebola: Un Poème Pour La Vie

Ebola Vaccine Saves Lives

Social Media Posts – Guinea

Ebola Vaccine Saves LivesEight Social Media posts highlighting the return of EVD, Ebola signs and symptoms, hand washing and vaccination to prevent the spread of Ebola

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