This facts sheet provides key messages for parents and community members on basic facts about EVD, signs and symptoms, modes of transmission, and steps to take to keep children safe at school and at home.
This illustrated poster provides general EVD facts, signs and symptoms, modes of transmission and prevention.
Source: Ebola Poster
This illustrated booklet addresses Frequently Asked Questions about EVD, including general facts, modes of transmission, prevention, treatment and common misconceptions.
Source: Ebola Q&A Booklet
This fact sheet provides key messages for teachers on basic principles and steps to take to keep students, staff and teachers safe at school, facts about Ebola and preventing the spread of Ebola.
This illustrated fact sheet provides facts on EVD, how Ebola is spread, prevention methods and signs and symptoms.
This resource consists of job aide cards with illustrations and talking points to guide health care workers’ conversations with community members. Topics include: general EVD facts, signs and symptoms, transmission, prevention, caring for the sick, safe&dignified burials, contact tracing and Ebola treatment units.
This Message guide provides key messages for various audiences (Communities, family members, survivors, leaders and government administrators and health care workers) on dignified and secure burial, IPC, vaccination, nutrition, medical care. Also included are messages for points of entry, survivors and on surveillance.
Everyone knows that Ebola kills, but what exactly does it do? This video by Dr. Michael Smith explains the science behind how Ebola attacks the body.
This trend shows daily new cases confirmed by blood samples; not all suspected and probable cases. Since August the trend went up above 60 and then back down. But not to zero. It stayed around 10 new cases per day. The hunt can not stop until it reaches zero.[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zoC2JMgttw&w=560&h=315]
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