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Ebola: Beyond the health emergency

Plan, (2015)

Summary of research into the consequences of the Ebola outbreak for children and communities in Liberia and Sierra Leone This study describes the range of impacts that Ebola has had on children and families in Liberia and Sierra Leone, looking beyond the immediate health effects

Ebola: Beyond the health emergency. Executive Summary

Plan, (2015)

Summary of research into the consequences of the Ebola outbreak for children and communities in Liberia and Sierra Leone

From response to recovery: Supporting children and communities in Ebola-affected countries

Plan International, (2015)

This policy brief is targeted at national governments, donors and regional and international actors to support Ebola-affected countries to transition from emergency response to recovery.

I Survived Ebola / #ISurvivedEbola

Paul G. Allen Family Foundation and Vulcan Productions, PCI Media Impact; #Tackle Ebola, Eds.: UNICEF, (2015)

A global campaign that places Ebola survivor stories at the center of efforts to inform, protect, and inspire. #ISurvivedEbola is a multi-dimensional communications campaign that uses entertainment media to inform, engage, and empower audiences to tackle Ebola. Launched in December 2014, the I Survived Ebola campaign is using personal stories and experiences told by Ebola survivors in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea "to inform, protect, and spread hope" while also countering stigma and discrimination. The stories are being documented and shared in video, audio, and print formats, and disseminated though media, online platforms, a mobile phone app, and other distribution channels, including being dramatised in a 5-part radio drama. Go to the website

Community Perspectives about Ebola in Bong, Lofa and Montserrado Counties of Liberia: Results of a Qualitative Study

Najmeh Modarres; Sekou W. Konneh, Eds.: USAID; John Hopkins University; Health Communication Capacity Collaborative, et al., (2015)

Community-based care of Ebola virus disease in west Africa

Sharon Salmon, Mary-Louise McLaws, Dale Fisher, (2015) Vol 15 February 2015

Message Guide for Ebola Communication. Social Mobilization Sub-Committee

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia; Ebola must Go; Healthy Life, (2015)

Version 3 Updates: • Safe School reopening • Special Events messages for sporting events and Africa Cup of Nations, Elections and public gatherings and holidays • Safe sex and condom use for Survivors • Cemetery messages The purpose of this guidance package is to provide government agencies, response committees and teams, media outlets, partners, and community leaders with accurate and consistent information to use for when communicating about Ebola in Liberia. All are encouraged to share this document widely as a guide for all communicating about Ebola

Making hand washing solution

Ministry of Health and Sanitation Sierra Leone, Eds.: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, (2015)

Spread the Message, Not the Virus

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia; WHO; UNICEF, Eds.: USAID, (2014)

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.

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