Stratégie Nationale de Communication Mars 2016 pour le Changement Social et Comportemental (CCSC) pour la réponse à la maladie à virus Ebola (MVE)

Stratégie nationale de communication pour le changement social et comportemental (ccsc) pour la reponse à la maladie à virus ebola (mve)

Stratégie Nationale de Communication Mars 2016 pour le Changement Social et Comportemental (CCSC) pour la réponse à la maladie à virus Ebola (MVE)This National Social and Behavioral Change Communication (SBCC) Strategy document was developed in March 2016 to establish a coordination framework for Social and Behavioral Change Communication for the prevention of EVD, preparation of the response, and care of people with Ebola in Côte d’Ivoire.

Source: GUIDE STRAT corrigé 24 mars

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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Ebola Radio Spot – Infection Prevention and Control (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Why avoid direct contact during an Ebola outbreak?”, and is produced in 5 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala and Tshiluba).

Sources:

  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (2) – Swahili
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (2) – Kikongo
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (2) – Lingala
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (2) – Tshiluba
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Ebola Radio Spot – Nutrition

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can a woman cured of Ebola still breastfeed her children?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Nutrition – Swahili
  • Audio File Nutrition- Kikongo
  • Audio File Nutrition- Lingala
  • Audio File Nutrition- Tshiluba
  • Audio File Nutrition- Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Ports of Entry (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “How are carriers involved in Ebola prevention?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Infection Prevention and Control (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Are decontamination products toxic to health?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala,  Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (1) – Swahili
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (1) – Kikongo
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (1) – Lingala
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (1) – Tshiluba
  • Audio File Infection Prevention and Control (1) – Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Medical Care (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can an Ebola patient be cured?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (1) – Swahili
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (1) – Kikongo
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (1) – Lingala
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (1) – Tshiluba
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (1) – Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Medical Care (2)

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This radio spot addresses the topic: “Why APAs should encourage patients to come to the Ebola Treatment Center”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (2) – Swahili
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (2) – Kikongo
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (2) – Lingala
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (2) – Tshiluba
  • Audio File Infection Medical Care (2) – Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Survivors (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can a man or woman recovered from Ebola continue their intimate life with their partner normally?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Survivors (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Lingala
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Survivors (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Survivors (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “What are the effects of Ebola virus on babies of pregnant women during and after recovery?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Survivors (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Lingala
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kinande