Collecting communication materials from a global coalition of social and behavior communication change experts to help fight the Ebola epidemic.
Empowering communities to tackle the Ebola crisis with best-practice communication tools and resources.
Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the Ebola fight and need high-quality communication materials.
The rapid spread of Ebola virus is a public health emergency requiring a coordinated global response.
Policymakers, health ministers and other leaders are key players in the global response to Ebola.
Ebola Preparedness Implementation Kit
The Ebola Communication Preparedness Implementation Kit (I-Kit) provides national and local stakeholders, as well as program managers, with key considerations and a roadmap for instituting and implementing critical, relevant, practical and timely communication for responding to the threat of an Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak. The I-Kit guides countries in social and behavior change communication (SBCC) and risk communication activity planning, including communication plan development for every stage of an Ebola response.
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