Government of Liberia: Spread the Word, Not the Disease Poster

unicef2 The poster has information about how the virus is transmitted from animals to humans. The audience is Liberian communities where introduction of the virus from bushmeat is a primary danger. The poster is clear, bright, and understandable.

Original Poster

Lancet Editorial – Ebola: The Missing Link

lancetThis editorial that appeared in the Lancet Sept. 18, 2014 points out that trust is the “missing link” that could help stem the Ebola epidemic.

Government of Liberia: Protect Yourself Poster (If you have symptoms…)

With-symptomsThis poster’s audience is the general community in Liberia and has information on protecting yourself and your family, and steps to take to seek care. It has clear calls to action, is well-designed, and the use of graphics makes it appropriate for low-literacy populations.

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.

CDC: Ebola Radio Health Messages

green-radioFollow this link to a set of 7 radio messages in different languages (English, French, and 11 other languages). Radio messages include spots on prevention, risk, and stigma. Transcripts are included. These spots will be most useful when read by a local voice and adapted for local dialect and context.

Ebola Radio Health Messages