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Auto-Visual AFP Detection and Reporting (AVADAR)

eHealth Africa, Eds.: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, (2019)


AVADAR is a mobile sms-based software application designed to improve the quality and sensitivity of Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP) surveillance by health workers and key informants within hospital facilities and local communities. The idea is simple: Health workers visit remote villages to check if local inhabitants have any symptoms of a range of life-threatening infectious diseases, including polio and measles. Then, with the mobile app, they quickly and easily alert WHO. The AFP video component was developed by World Health Organization (WHO) and eHA, and the software design component was handled by Novel-T. To date, eHA has translated the app into 17 languages. Informant Selection & Capacity Building The selection of informants (including health workers) was led by the WHO and each country’s Ministry of Health team. Once selected, screening and training was jointly conducted by WHO, the Ministries of Health, and eHealth Africa team. In several countries, “special informants” with limited literacy participate in the project via a simplified version of the app that only requires a “yes” or “no” response to having seen a child with AFP symptoms
https://www.ehealthafrica.org/avadar


COLERA: INFORMAÇA O PARA PROMOTORES DE SAUDE ou ACTIVISTAS

WHO, (2019)


O que é cólera? - Diarreia severa aquosa (semelhante a água de arroz), as vezes com vómitos - Se não for tratada rapidamente pode levar a morte dentro de horas, numa pessoa que era até há pouco tempo saudável - Afecta os adultos e as crianças - As fezes do doente de cólera podem contaminar muitas outras pessoas
http://plateformecholera.info/index.php/ressources...


Tratar a água

International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, (2009)


Depois de um desastre as famílias necessitam de tratar a água nas suas casas ou nos abrigos de emergencia para se protegerem de doenças.
http://plateformecholera.info/index.php/ressources...


Village responses to Ebola Virus Disease in Rural Eastern Sierra Leone

Paul Richards, Joseph Amara, Esther Mokuwa, Alfred Mokuwa, Roland Suluku, Eds.: Njala University, (2015)


Second interim report to the SMAC program, DFID Freetown This report provides further output from an anthropological study of 25 villages affected by Ebola Virus Disease in eastern and central Sierra Leone, undertaken as part of the DFID-funded social mobilization initiative for Ebola prevention in Sierra Leone. Eight focus group transcripts for 3 villages in Kenema District are presented, covering local responses to health issues, and Ebola in particular. Supporting material from a matching questionnaire-based study of health behavior and perceived causes of Ebola is also provided. Of particular relevance are two summary tables aggregating the questions villagers asked survey teams about Ebola and quarantine-related issues in villages where the epidemic has in effect ceased to be active
http://www.ebola-anthropology.net/wp-content/uploa...


Film sur la prévention du virus Ebola en langue des signes en Côte d'Ivoire

Association Nationale des sourds de Cote d'Ivoire (ANASOCI), (2014)


The film has information in French, English, and Langue des Signes en Cote d'Ivoire (Ivory Coast Sign Language). Please click on the link to view the video
https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embed...


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