Social media post: Adult male receiving a vaccine shot

Social Media Post – Vaccination

Social media post: Adult male receiving a vaccine shotThis social media post features messages on vaccination to protect against EVD.

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Social media post: signs and symptoms of Ebola (Fever, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, abdominal pain, headache and sore throat

Social Media Post- Ebola Signs and Symptoms

Social media post: signs and symptoms of Ebola (Fever, diarrhea, vomiting, fatigue, abdominal pain, headache and sore throatThis social media posts features illustrated signs and symptoms of EVD.

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Safe greetings: Elbow bump and foot tap. No handshakes or hugs

Social Media Post – Safe Greeting

Safe greetings: Elbow bump and foot tap. No handshakes or hugsThis social media post features illustrated ways of greeting others safely to protect against EVD.

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Social media post: A couple embracing. Image with male and female condom

Social Media Post – Safe Sex

Social media post: A couple embracing. Image with male and female condomThis social media post features messaging on protecting one’s sexual partner after being cured of Ebola.

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Social Media Post: washing hands with soap and water

Social Media Post – Hand Washing

Social Media Post: washing hands with soap and waterThis social media post features messages on hand washing to protect against EVD.

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A man in Guinea talking about Ebola

Ebola Video – Guinea (Male heads of households)

A man in Guinea talking about EbolaThis video discusses how Ebola is transmitted and how families can protect themselves against EVD. This video is available in seven languages.

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A women in Guinea talking about Ebola

Ebola Video – Guinea (Women and Female heads of Households)

A women in Guinea talking about EbolaThis video from Guinea discusses how families can protect themselves against EVD and prevent the spread of Ebola. The video is available in seven languages.

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Radio Spot – Ebola Vaccination

This radio spot in 9 languages discusses the importance of vaccination to protect against the spread of Ebola and EVD. Radio scripts are available in French and English.

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Ebola Communication Preparedness Implementation Kit

Ebola-Comm-Preparedness-Kit-1Now also available in French, this toolkit developed by CCP 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. For any country facing a major health crisis, national preparedness plans need to include and support communication efforts. Integration of communication into the preparedness agenda from the outset ensures that preparedness communication is harmonized, relevant, timely, financially supported and aligned among all of the preparedness technical teams. Robust national communication preparedness plans maximize the effectiveness of Ebola communication and equip communication trainers and experts with a common set of tools and modules.

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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.

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