Sierra Leone National Ebola Communication Strategy

National Communication Strategy for Ebola response in Sierra Leonestratsierraleone

Ebola Training for Communities


wiredinternationationThe Ebola module—in English and French—adheres strictly to WHO and CDC guidelines and can be accessed on the Internet or downloaded for use on laptops. It’s an excellent tool for group training sessions.

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Ebola Vaccine — An Urgent International Priority

Ebola Vaccine — An Urgent International PriorityEbola Vaccine — An Urgent International Priority

KFF/JAMA – The 2014 Ebola Outbreak

KFF-infographicFrom Visualizing Health Policy (Kaiser Family Foundation) and The Journal of the American Medical Association, an infographic giving a summary of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

CDC – What You Need to Know about Ebola Poster

cdc9This poster from CDC provides general information on the Ebola virus and its spread.

CDC – Q&A- Estimating Future Number of Ebola Cases

QAs-Future-Number-CasesQuestions and answers about estimating the future number of Ebola cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone.

CDC – Sierra Leone Ebola Signs and Symptoms Hotline Poster

This poster from Sierra Leone describes signs and symptoms of Ebola while also promoting a hotline number.cdc8

CDC – Death at Home Poster

cdc7This poster from CDC shows what to do if someone dies at home.

CDC – Preventing Stigma Poster

cdc6This poster from CDC addresses stigma.

Viral hemorrhagic fevers interim guidance

CDC- Interim Guidance about Ebola Virus Infection for U.S. Citizens Living Abroad

Viral hemorrhagic fevers interim guidanceViral hemorrhagic fevers overview; CDC recommendations; what to do if you think you have been infected; what to do after you return.