The purpose of this facilitators guide is to build the capacity of hotline operators on EVD and was developed with support of CCP HC3 Cote d’Ivoire.
Facilitator guide for regional level training to reinforce, through a participatory approach based on practice, the capacities of journalists from the written press and community radio hosts for better coverage of health crisis situations such as that of Ebola (2017).
This participant training manual is developed for use by Ebola hotline operators to strengthen telephone counselling skills.
Training Manual to reinforce, through a participatory approach based on practice, the capacities of journalists from the written press and community radio hosts for better coverage of health crisis situations such as that of Ebola. Developed with Support of HC3 Cote d’Ivoire (2017).
This resource (2018) provides a guide for RCCE work for the prevention and control of EVD outbreaks. The RCCE framework sets out overacting considerations regarding RCCE for preparedness and readiness to respond to outbreaks and links the RCCE response pillar to health technical areas.
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
This A4 fact sheet provides facts on EVD with illustrations, including signs and symptoms, modes of transmission and prevention.
Source: Fact Sheet – Facts About Ebola
This Illustrated, child friendly poster provides information on what Ebola is, how it’s spread, signs and symptoms and prevention.
Source: Ebola Child Friendly Poster
This facts sheet and poster provides key messages for students and children including general facts about EVD, signs and symptoms and what to do if they feel sick or develop symptoms.
This illustrated poster provides general EVD facts, signs and symptoms, modes of transmission and prevention.
Source: Ebola Poster
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