Ebola Do's and Don'ts Poster

Ebola Do’s and Don’ts Poster

Ebola Do's and Don'ts PosterThis poster illustrates the correct ways to protect against Ebola. For example: do not touch people with signs of Ebola or who have died of Ebola, but instead always wash your hands with soap and water.

Source: Ebola Do’s and Don’ts Poster

Ebola Poster with Early Signs and symptoms

Ebola – Early Signs and Symptoms

Ebola Poster with Early Signs and symptomsThis poster illustrates the early signs and symptoms of Ebola. Early symptoms include: fever, headache, body ache, diarrhea and weakness.

Source: Ebola – Early Signs and Symptoms

Ebola Staying Safe Brochure

Ebola – Staying Safe Brochure

Ebola Staying Safe BrochureThis illustrated brochure provides facts on EVD, how Ebola is spread, prevention methods and signs and symptoms.

Source: Staying Safe Brochure

La Vaccination Contre le Virus Ébola Sauve des Vies. Faites-Vous Vacciner Dès Maintenant !

Billboard – Get Vaccinated Now (Guinea)

La Vaccination Contre le Virus Ébola Sauve des Vies. Faites-Vous Vacciner Dès Maintenant !These visuals are used as billboards to encourage communities to get vaccinated, and are available in various sizes and formats.


Signes ou Symtômes d'Ébola? Contactez Votre Agent de Santé Communautaire

Billboard – Signs and Symptoms (Guinea)

Signes ou Symtômes d'Ébola? Contactez Votre Agent de Santé CommunautaireThis visual, used as a billboard, illustrates the signs and symptoms of Ebola, and refers the public to local community agents.


Wash your hands

Wash your hands.

Ebola: A Behavior-Driven Crisis Multimedia Story

Ebola-SBCC-DDR-borderSBCC Helps Fight Crises like Ebola and Zika

This web-based multimedia package released by HC3 focuses on social and behavior change communication (SBCC) in the context of a public health crisis.

Ebola: A Behavior-Driven Crisis is a multimedia retrospective on the role communication played during the Ebola crisis in Liberia. Using animation, maps, video and audio clips as well as narrative text and featuring original communication materials in a gallery-style format, the digital resource demonstrates how SBCC can help combat rumors and misinformation, provide answers from trusted sources, calm fears, bring together stakeholders for a coordinated response and combat stigma.

Ebola Barrier Analysis Compendium: Summary of Barrier Analysis Studies on Ebola-related Behaviors

This paper summarizes gaps in the knowledge on uptake of preventive measures for Ebola Virus Disease (EVD), findings from studies that have been conducted on treatment and management of EVD, Barrier Analysis studies on behaviors related to EVD, and the lessons learned from these studies. This paper is primarily addressed to governments, NGOs, Faith-based organizations (FBOs), Community-based organization (CBOs), social and behavioral change professionals and frontline workers, researchers, and program planners. It is intended for anyone interested in understanding the key behavioral determinants that affect uptake of behaviors that help in the prevention, early treatment and management of EVD, other communicable diseases similar to EVD (e.g., Marburg Virus Disease), and diseases that are transmitted by some of the behaviors studied (e.g., hand washing with soap).

Manuel du téléopérateur

Ebola-BenjiGuide des ressources pour les téléopérateurs pour le centre d’appel gratuit sur EBOLA en Côte d’Ivoire. (ligne verte). Ce guide peut être utilisé également par des agents communautaires, des hommes et femmes des médias etc.

Manuel du téléopérateur

Video: Learning, to Prevent the Next Outbreak

Last month, the USAID-funded MEASURE Evaluation Project released a video, available in both English and French, reflecting on the 2014 Ebola response within Guinea. Details below from their description:

Guinea was ground zero for the 2014 outbreak of Ebola virus, and health experts were concerned that other critical health issues such as routine care for maternal and child health, might suffer because of clinic closures or fears of contracting the virus. MEASURE Evaluation conducted a rapid assessment to understand better the effects of Ebola and published a journal article on the results, authored by Janine Barden O’Fallon, Alimou Barry, Paul Brodish, and Jack Hazerjian. Read it at measureevaluation.org/resources/publications/ja-15-198.

Regardez la vidéo en français ici.