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Advice for individuals and families


Ebola Guidance Package. This Ebola guidance gives hands on advice on how to act around a person suspected to have Ebola

Key messages for social mobilization and community engagement in intense transmission areas

World Health Organization, (2014)

The messages should be used to inform, educate and engage different audience groups depending on their level of risk, vulnerability, presence in contact areas, care of patients with Ebola, or engagement or attendance of burials. Ebola Awareness Quick Guide

DisasterReady, (2014)

This 15-minute quick guide is developed with content available from the World Health Organization, CDC, and other organizations. The general public and aid workers without specialized health training will benefit from increased awareness of this outbreak.To access the latest training, log into or enroll directly in the Ebola Awareness Quick Guide training course.

Training Health Workers for Ebola

mPowering Frontlline Health; IntraHealth, (2014)

The Ebola crisis has impacted some of the most vulnerable areas of the world, and frontline health workers are struggling to keep pace with the outbreak. The “Training Health Workers for Ebola” series consists of four webinars, and aims to provide health workers with the clear, reliable, and timely information they need to protect themselves, detect the disease, and respond. This webinar series is offered free of charge by mPowering Frontline Health Workers and IntraHealth. Please visit the website:

Response to Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)

Vitillo, B., Eds.: Caritas Internationalis, (2014)

Guidelines for planning and provision of pastoral and social support services

Ebola 101 - CDC Slides for US Healthcare Workers

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC, (2014)

Presentation is current through November 21, 2014 and will be updated every Friday by 5pm. For the most up-to-date information, please visit *Presentation contains materials from CDC, MSF, and WHO

Myths and Realities of Ebola Virus Disease

OY Elegba, MA Kana, H Bello-Manga, F Adiri, Eds.: Faculty of Medicine, Kaduna State University, Nigeria, (2014)

Lecture on Ebola for you to teach your students, share with your faculty and distribute to your friends. The Lecture has been translated by 20 scientific experts into Arabic, Chinese, English, Farsi, French, Hebrew, Japanese, Malay, Pashtu, Russian, Spanish and Urdu. IPlease go directly to the website

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