Government of Liberia: Protect Yourself (Do’s and Do Not’s)

Dos-and-DontsThis poster’s audience is the general community in Liberia and has information on what to do and what not to do to protect yourself and your family. It has clear calls to action and is bright and attractive. It has good use of graphics. The use of text makes it appropriate for an audience that can read.

CDC: Stopping the Ebola Outbreak Poster

Stopping-EbolaThis 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.

UNICEF: Ebola Signs and Symptoms Poster

Signs and Symptoms PosterThis poster has the signs and symptoms of the virus as well as the actions that a person should take in case of having the signs or symptoms.  The community is encouraged to tell a community leader or call a hotline.  The community is advise to not hide someone who is sick.

UNICEF: Ebola Prevention Poster

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UNICEF: Interpersonal Communication Flip Book

Things Everyone Should Know and DoThings Everyone Should Know and Do is a flip book from UNICEF and partners for interpersonal communication.

UNICEF: Ebola Flip Chart Training Guide

DRAFT_TRAINING-GUIDE_EBOLA_1-Sept-1This training manual from UNICEF and partners is designed to guide a one-day training for any person giving interpersonal communication (IPC) or sensitization on Ebola in Liberia including gCHVs, animators, social mobilizers, or community leaders. Training Guide for Ebola Flip Chart