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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radio

Radio Spots for Female and Male heads of Households (Guinea)

radioThese two radio spots target female and male heads of households in 9 languages, discussing how families can protect themselves against Ebola. French and English scripts are available.

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  • Ebola pour femmes – Malinke
  • Ebola pour femmes – Guerze
  • Ebola pour femmes – Sousou
  • Ebola pour femmes – Poular
  • Ebola pour femmes – Kissi
  • Ebola pour femmes – Konia
  • Ebola pour femmes – Mano
  • Ebola pour femmes – Toma
  • Ebola pour hommes- Malinke
  • Ebola pour hommes – Guerze
  • Ebola pour hommes – Sousou
  • Ebola pour hommes – Poular
  • Ebola pour hommes – Kissi
  • Ebola pour hommes – Konia
  • Ebola pour hommes – Mano
  • Ebola pour hommes – Toma
Ebola Vaccination TV Spots

Ebola Vaccination Saves Lives (Guinea)

Ebola Vaccination TV SpotsThis video from Guinea discusses the importance of vaccination in the prevention of Ebola, produced in French and 5 local languages.

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British Medical Journal

Community engagement in outbreak response: lessons from the 2014–2016 Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone

British Medical JournalThis journal article examines structured community engagement initiatives and real-time monitoring of community engagement activities during large-scale epidemics. Researches analysed the Community Led Ebola Action (CLEA) approach implemented through the Social Mobilization Action Consortium (SMAC) during the 2014–2016 Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, demonstrating how large-scale, coordinated community engagement interventions can be achieved and monitored in real-time during future Ebola epidemics and other similar epidemics.

Source: Community engagement in outbreak response: lessons from the 2014–2016 Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone

Government of Sierra Leone - Ministry of Health and Sanitation. EVD Risk Communication and Social Mobilization Pillar

2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD

2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD2021- Developed by the Government of Sierra Leone, this resource features facts about Ebola, prevention, signs and symptoms, treatment and how to distinguish between COVID-19 and Ebola Virus Disease.

Source: 2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD

Is it COVID-19 or Ebola

Is it COVID-19 or Ebola?

Is it COVID-19 or EbolaThis fact sheet distinguishes between Covid-19 and Ebola in terms of cause, transmission, signs and symptoms and risk factors.

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radio

Ebola Radio Spot – Vaccination (1)

radio

This radio spot addresses the topic: “Is the Ebola vaccine important to the entire community?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kinande, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Vaccination (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kinande
Vaccine Messaging Guide. December 2020

Vaccine Messaging Guide

This Guide was developed by the Yale Institute of Global Health and the UNICEF Demand for Immunization team. It is intended for public health professionals, communicators, advocates and anyone else who wishes to create pro-vaccine content to motivate people to vaccinate themselves and their entourage.

Source: Vaccine Messaging Guide

World Health Organization

Ebola Vaccine FAQ’s (WHO)

 

World Health Organization

 

This fact sheet provides updated (2020) facts on Ebola Vaccines, addressing vaccine licensing, distribution, eligibility, adverse effects, ring vaccines and the role vaccines in outbreak control.

Source: Ebola FAQ’s (WHO)

 

Messages les sur la MVF

Messages les sur la MVF

Messages les sur la MVFThis Message guide provides key messages for various audiences (Communities, family members, survivors, leaders and government administrators and health care workers) on dignified and secure burial, IPC, vaccination, nutrition, medical care. Also included are messages for points of entry, survivors and on surveillance.

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