This message guide was produced in June 2016 to strengthen the coordination of the various information and education interventions developed to raise awareness about the Ebola epidemic in Côte d’Ivoire.
Three Social Media Audio Posts addressing the importance of vaccine, hand washing and protected sex to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Eight Social Media posts highlighting the return of EVD, Ebola signs and symptoms, hand washing and vaccination to prevent the spread of Ebola
- Social Media English Translation
- Social Media Post – Ebola is back
- Social Media Post – Ebola Reality Check
- Social Media Post – Ebola Vaccine Saves Lives
- Social Media Post – Hand washing (1)
- Social Media Post – Hand washing (2)
- Social Media Post – Hand Washing (3)
- Social Media Post – Signs and Symptoms
- Social Media Post – Contact Vaccination
Wash your hands.
How to properly wash your hands using a bucket of water. |Download|
More Than Me (MTM) works in the West Point slum of Liberia to get girls off the street and into school. Due to the Ebola outbreak, MTM had to shut down its academy and is now running an Ebola Response plan for West Point. Through fear and heartache, these girls hold tight to their dreams. And we can’t let Ebola get in the way of that.
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