Guidance developed to address questions from programmers working in the Ebola response. Developed in an informal collaboration by UNICEF, WHO, CDC, ENN, MOH Liberia, NGOs and independent experts in response to a question posted on the technical forum en-net (www.en-net.org). It is being treated as a live document and will be updated informed by further evidence and experience.
Fact sheet with interim information regarding collection, transport, testing and submission of specimen for patients with suspected infection of Ebola.
Find out how Ebola is transmitted and its signs and symptoms.
Adapted ICCM Guidelines Guidelines for a revised implementation of Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illnesses (ICCM) during the Ebola outbreak. Updated by UNICEF and WHO September 5, 2014.
This is a general fact sheet about the Ebola virus that was last updated September 2014. WHO Fact Sheet
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