This training draws substantially from the field experience, testing, workshop input and hard work of the staff of Restless Development and GOAL and the experience of agencies and communities across many countries and contexts. The CLEA approach builds on a history of Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA), and takes inspiration from the Community-Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) approach and its success in Sierra Leone.
There is strength in unity. Help one another to fight Ebola! |Download|
This flyer stresses the importance of calling 117 to get early treatment for Ebola symptoms. |Download|
When a loved one has ebola, it is important for you to follow the proper steps to keep yourself and your family safe while you wait for help to arrive. |Download|
How to properly wash your hands using a bucket of water. |Download|
To protect yourself, follow these simple steps to removing gloves when working with patients with an infectious disease. |Download|
Explains that even after a negative test result for Ebola, you can still get Ebola and you need to take steps to keep you, your family, and Mama Salone safe. |Download|
Depicts the early symptoms of Ebola. Encourages calling 117 if you have any of the early symptoms. |Download|
If you are a male Ebola survivor, protect your partner by using a condom the right way every time you have sex.