This is IOM Liberia’s most recent social mobilization tool, using storytelling as a means to pass on key messages to the community. The story focuses on the importance of health screening and adopting preventive behaviors when traveling across the border, both at crossing points and while abroad. Border graphic story (Comic)
Developed by a team of graphic artists and storytellers in Liberia, the Ebola edition of “Tabella Tee – International Soccer Star” chronicles the latest turn in Tee’s inspiring life. The comic book details how Ebola is transmitted by having Tee consider how he was infected in the first place. It then lists signs and symptoms of Ebola as Tee describes his own illness and his...
The first of a series of graphic stories about Ebola that covers prevention and seeking early care. This tool is used by IOM and county based partners to raise awareness and encourage positive responses within communities in Liberia. It . It was developed with the guidance of the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, WHO and UNICEF. Download the full version here Comic Book: Ebola_ Spread the Message, Not the Virus