This TV spot was developed as part of Mali’s integrated campaign to address key Ebola and COVID prevention measures in 2021.
This is a TV spot that encourages the public to consult Mali’s national hotline for answers to their question on Ebola, COVID, and other infectious disease threats from 2021.
This video addresses the 90-day surveillance period for EVD. Three videos features a female doctor explaining how and why communities must remain vigilant during this 90-day period, in French and three local languages (Soussou, Poular, and Malinke). One video features a male doctor in French only.
This short video, part of the ‘Zero Ebola’ campaign, reminds communities to be vigilant and demonstrates how to keep Ebola at bay.
Source: Zero Ebola Video
This video from Guinea discusses how families can protect themselves against EVD and prevent the spread of Ebola. The video is available in seven languages.
This animated video addresses: What is Ebola? How is the virus transmitted? What are the signs and Symptoms?
This video from Guinea discusses the importance of vaccination in the prevention of Ebola, produced in French and 5 local languages.
This video contributes to efforts to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus in Africa. It reflects the co-creators’ approach to creating non-coercive media, in this case using animation to create a message of love for the living through an African spiritual voice.
Source: Ebola: Un Poème Pour La Vie
This film discusses the role of community health workers in their essential “contact tracing” work to prevent the spread of Ebola. It explains the role of contact tracers in finding people who have been in contact with an Ebola patient and in raising awareness to help stop the transmission of the disease.
Source: Ebola – Agents de suivi
This video from the Democratic Republic of the Congo provides information on the symptoms of Ebola disease, how it is transmitted, and how we can help stop its transmission.
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