Literature from the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services about Ebola.
This health lesson on the transmission and prevention of Ebola from the context of West African thought utilizes story and participatory methods to help people embrace the concepts presented. It is designed to be used in a small group setting with participation from the learners, and accompanies the Ending Ebola picture booklet. This lesson is available in English and French. All resources can be viewed and downloaded here.
Picture booklet designed for low literacy audiences in West Africa discussing the transmission and prevention of Ebola. Designed to be used in conjunction with the participatory health lesson. Available in English, French, and a “shell format” that can have captions translated into any local language. All resources viewable and downloadable from here.
This open copyright course consists of 12 questions and answers for health workers to provide them with basic information on Ebola prevention, diagnosis, care, and communication. The course is designed to be delivered as an Interactive Voice Response course on standard mobile phones. It is meant to be adapted to local language and Ebola guidelines.
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