Ebola messages based on their qualitative research done in hotspot areas of Bombali and Urban Freetown, Jan-Feb 2015.
These radio spots from the Liberia Ministry of Health and Social Welfare encourage safe burial practices to prevent the spread of Ebola. Safe Burial 1 Safe Burial 2
Liberia: handling of bodies and national memorials – community perceptions from Monrovia
This is a picture-based book to engage families and communities in Liberia about safe burial practices and what to do when someone dies, whether or not from Ebola. Ebola: When someone dies in the home
The resources on this site provide practical, accessible information about Ebola, including information about preventing infection, protective equipment and clothing, handling waste, providing safe and dignified burial, and offering emotional support to the community. Toward the bottom of the list you will find links to more technical guides and guidelines, as well as a list of other websites containing multiple resources about Ebola. Resources about Ebola for...
Wolters Kluwer Health has granted full, free access to all of its UpToDate clinical decision support resource in the West African countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. Anyone visiting www.uptodate.com with an IP address originating in these countries will have immediate free access to UpToDate.
How to conduct safe and dignified burial of a patient who has died from suspected or confirmed Ebola virus disease
This poster from CDC shows what to do if someone dies at home.
Information for airlines, their pilots and cabin crew on reporting deaths and illnesses to the CDC.