The WHO Regional Office for Africa has worked closely with public health leaders and subject-matter experts in the region and partner organizations to draw up and design this framework to serve as a concise and easy-to-use technical and managerial guide for senior level decision-makers and members of national emergency management committees (EMCs) and rapid response teams (RRTs) in member states.
EBOLA EDUCATION MODULES
The 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.
See it here: http://www.wiredhealthresources.net/mod-ebola.html
Download it here: http://www.wiredhealthresources.net/training/filling-station.html
United Methodist Communications, Chocolate Moose Media and iheed have collaborated to produce an animated video for use in West Africa that helps dispel myths about how Ebola is spread and promotes prevention of the disease.
From 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.
Information for broadcasters, journalists and media in areas affected by Ebola.
From the CDC, questions and answers about the transmission of Ebola.
Questions and answers about estimating the future number of Ebola cases in Liberia and Sierra Leone.
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