WHO/UNICEF Key Messages for Social Mobilization in Ebola Affected Countries translated in Mende by Translators without Borders.
WHO/UNICEF Key Messages for Social Mobilization in Ebola Affected Countries translated in Fular by Translators without Borders.
The first of a series of graphic stories about Ebola that covers prevention and seeking early care. This tool is used by IOM and county based partners to raise awareness and encourage positive responses within communities in Liberia. It . It was developed with the guidance of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, WHO and UNICEF.
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This guidance package compiles current facts and key messages about the Ebola outbreak in Liberia to inform activities designed to raise awareness, mobilize communities, and promote safe behaviors to stop the spread of Ebola in Liberia.
The purpose of this guidance package is to provide government agencies, response committees and teams, media outlets, partners, and community leaders with accurate and consistent information to use for when communicating about Ebola in Liberia. All are encouraged to share this document widely as a guide for all communicating about Ebola.
The messages should be adapted to audiences and into Liberia’s local languages and vernaculars as they are shared through local community networks and organizations. Monitoring of audience response for effectiveness and needed refinement is encouraged.
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