Safe greetings: Elbow bump and foot tap. No handshakes or hugs

Social Media Post – Safe Greeting

Safe greetings: Elbow bump and foot tap. No handshakes or hugsThis social media post features illustrated ways of greeting others safely to protect against EVD.

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Social media post: A couple embracing. Image with male and female condom

Social Media Post – Safe Sex

Social media post: A couple embracing. Image with male and female condomThis social media post features messaging on protecting one’s sexual partner after being cured of Ebola.

Source: Social Media Post – Safe Sex 

Social Media Post: washing hands with soap and water

Social Media Post – Hand Washing

Social Media Post: washing hands with soap and waterThis social media post features messages on hand washing to protect against EVD.

Source: Social Media Post – Hand washing

A man in Guinea talking about Ebola

Ebola Video – Guinea (Male heads of households)

A man in Guinea talking about EbolaThis video discusses how Ebola is transmitted and how families can protect themselves against EVD. This video is available in seven languages.

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A women in Guinea talking about Ebola

Ebola Video – Guinea (Women and Female heads of Households)

A women in Guinea talking about EbolaThis video from Guinea discusses how families can protect themselves against EVD and prevent the spread of Ebola. The video is available in seven languages.

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Ebola Do's and Don'ts Poster

Ebola Do’s and Don’ts Poster

Ebola Do's and Don'ts PosterThis poster illustrates the correct ways to protect against Ebola. For example: do not touch people with signs of Ebola or who have died of Ebola, but instead always wash your hands with soap and water.

Source: Ebola Do’s and Don’ts Poster

Ebola Staying Safe Brochure

Ebola – Staying Safe Brochure

Ebola Staying Safe BrochureThis illustrated brochure provides facts on EVD, how Ebola is spread, prevention methods and signs and symptoms.

Source: Staying Safe Brochure

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Radio Spots for Female and Male heads of Households (Guinea)

radioThese two radio spots target female and male heads of households in 9 languages, discussing how families can protect themselves against Ebola. French and English scripts are available.

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  • Ebola pour femmes – Malinke
  • Ebola pour femmes – Guerze
  • Ebola pour femmes – Sousou
  • Ebola pour femmes – Poular
  • Ebola pour femmes – Kissi
  • Ebola pour femmes – Konia
  • Ebola pour femmes – Mano
  • Ebola pour femmes – Toma
  • Ebola pour hommes- Malinke
  • Ebola pour hommes – Guerze
  • Ebola pour hommes – Sousou
  • Ebola pour hommes – Poular
  • Ebola pour hommes – Kissi
  • Ebola pour hommes – Konia
  • Ebola pour hommes – Mano
  • Ebola pour hommes – Toma
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Ebola Radio Spot – Ports of Entry (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “How are carriers involved in Ebola prevention?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

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  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (2) Kinande
Government of Sierra Leone - Ministry of Health and Sanitation. EVD Risk Communication and Social Mobilization Pillar

2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD

2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD2021- Developed by the Government of Sierra Leone, this resource features facts about Ebola, prevention, signs and symptoms, treatment and how to distinguish between COVID-19 and Ebola Virus Disease.

Source: 2021 Government of Sierra Leone Key Messages for EVD