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Ebola Radio Spot – Survivors (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “What are the effects of Ebola virus on babies of pregnant women during and after recovery?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Survivors (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Lingala
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Survivors (2) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Ports of Entry (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Do the preventive measures concern only the members of the Community?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Kinande
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Ports of Entry (1) Tshiluba
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Ebola Radio Spot – Surveillance (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Why is it that if a person shows signs of Ebola, the Response team should be alerted?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Surveillance (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Surveillance (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Surveillance (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Is the Ebola vaccine important to the entire community?”, and is produced in 5 languages (French, Swahili, Kinande, Kikongo, Lingala and Tshiluba).

Sources:

  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Surveillance (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Surveillance (2) Tshiluba
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Ebola Radio Spot – Vaccination (1)

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This radio spot addresses the topic: “Is the Ebola vaccine important to the entire community?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kinande, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Swahili
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kikongo
  • Audio File Vaccination (1)Lingala
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Vaccination (1) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – Vaccination (2)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: “Can a person who has already been vaccinated still carry the Ebola virus?”, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Swahili
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Kikongo
  • Audio File Vaccination (2)Lingala
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Tshiluba
  • Audio File Vaccination (2) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – EVD 2

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: Can property left behind by a deceased Ebola patient facilitate transmission of the Ebola virus, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Radio Spot  EVD (2) Swahili
  • Radio Spot  EVD (2) Kikongo
  • Radio Spot  EVD (2) Lingala
  • Radio Spot  EVD (2) Tshiluba
  • Radio Spot  EVD (2) Kinande
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Ebola Radio Spot – EVD (1)

radioThis radio spot addresses the topic: Can a deceased Ebola patient still be a danger to the community?, and is produced in 6 languages (French, Swahili, Kikongo, Lingala, Tshiluba and Kinande).

Sources:

  • Audio EVD (1) Swahili
  • Audio EVD (1) Kikongo
  • Audio EVD (1) Lingala
  • Audio EVD (1) Tshiluba
  • Audio EVD (1) Kinande
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Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot (Guinea)

radioThis radio spot in 6 different languages explains how the signs and symptoms of the Ebola virus are similar to those of other diseases and confirms that only a doctor can tell the difference. The accompanying radio script is available in French and English.

Sources:

  • Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot- Kissi
  • Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot- Poular/Fula/Pula
  • Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot- Guerze
  • Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot- Malinke
  • Signs and Symptoms Radio Spot- Sousou

 

Dead Body Ebola Testing Radio Spots

ebola testingThe International Organization for Migration in Liberia has produced two radio spots on the topic of dead body Ebola testing now that it’s become official policy for all deceased to be tested. These spots are being broadcast in IOM’s project areas and also by partners in Monrovia as part of the country’s response to the November 19 cases that came only weeks after Liberia was declared Ebola-free.

Download the first radio spot: a radio drama

Download the second radio spot