CDC posters on Ebola Stigma – Together we can stop Ebola!/in Poster CDC, Translators without Borders Krio, Mende, Themne Prevention /by Nadia Berger
New posters from the CDC to help prevent stigma in Ebola-affected communities, translated in Krio, Themne and Mende by Translators without Borders.
Together we Can Stop Ebola! Mende | Theme | Krio
WHO/UNICEF Key Messages for Social Mobilization (THEMNE)/in Messages Translators without Borders Sierra Leone Themne Social Mobilization Aid Workers /by Nadia Berger
WHO/UNICEF Key Messages for Social Mobilization in Ebola Affected Countries translated in Themne by Translated without Borders.
Messages for children and caregivers on Ebola in THEMNE/in Messages Child Protection and Education Cluster Sierra Leone Themne Social Mobilization Children /by Nadia Berger
The messages for children and caregivers on Ebola, from the Child Protection and Education Cluster, are now available in Themne. This is open-sourced and can be used by any responding agencies.
Ebola SMS messages for health workers/in Messages IntraHealth International Sierra Leone Themne SMS Health Care Workers /by Nadia Berger
Ebola SMS Messages for health workers in Themne. These messages are part of a course that was developed by IntraHealth to get information quickly to health workers in Ebola-affected and at-risk countries. The messages were developed based on the US CDC’s Ebola Guidelines for health workers.
Ebola Poster in Themne/in Poster International SOS Sierra Leone Themne Prevention Community /by Phoebe Maina
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