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WHO Interim Guidance for Ebola Virus Disease: Exit Screening at Airports, Ports and Land Crossings

World Health Organization WHO, (2014)


This document provides information to assist countries in developing exit screening plans and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP). This includes the method, tools, and sequence of screening; determining resource needs; communication messages; and the legal considerations of screening.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/13...


Guidelines for Medicine Donations

World Health Organization, (2011)


This 3rd edition of Guidelines for medicine donations has been developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in cooperation with major international agencies active in humanitarian relief and development assistance. The guidelines are intended to improve the quality of medicine donations in international development assistance and emergency aid. Good medicine donation practice is of interest to both donors and recipients...
http://whqlibdoc.who.int/publications/2011/9789241...


National Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) Study on Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia

the Liberia Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services (LISGIS) and the University of Liberia Pacific Institute of Research and Evaluation (UL-Pire), Eds.: UNICEF, (2015)



http://3scjvdqkqh8224s3rywlq3aa.wpengine.netdna-cd...


Let’s go back to school and keep safe

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare; Ministry of Education, Liberia, (2015)


Key Messages for Safe Schools
http://ebolacommunicationnetwork.org/ebolacomresou...


Ebola Myths, Realities and Structural Violence

ANNIEWILKINSON ANDMELISSA LEACH, (2014)


The scale of West Africa’s Ebola epidemic has been attributed to the weak health systems of affected countries, their lack of resources, the mobility of communities and their inexperience in dealing with Ebola. This briefing for African Affairs argues that these explanations lack important context. The briefing examines responses to the outbreak and offers a different set of explanations, rooted in the history of the region and the political economy of global health and development. To move past technical discussions of “weak” health systems, it highlights how structural violence has contributed to the epidemic. As part of this, local people – their beliefs, concerns and priorities – have been marginalised. Both the crisis response and post-Ebola ‘reconstruction’ will be strengthened by acknowledgment of its long term structural underpinnings and from a more collaborative inclusion of local people.
http://www.ebola-anthropology.net/wp-content/uploa...


The Socio-Economic Impacts of Ebola in Liberia

World Bank; Gallup, (2014)


Results from a High Frequency Cell Phone Survey November 19, 2014 Ebola has substantially impacted all sectors of employment in the Liberian economy, in both affected and non-affected counties, according to the most recent round of mobile phone surveys conducted by the World Bank Group in partnership with the Liberian Institute of Statistics and Geo-Information Services and the Gallup Organization. In all, nearly half of those working in Liberia when the Ebola outbreak began are no longer working as of early November 2014
http://reliefweb.int/sites/reliefweb.int/files/res...


Guidance on temporary malaria control measures in Ebola-affected countries

World Health Organization, (2014)


Malaria is a prevalent cause of febrile illnesses in areas with high transmission, and its clinical presentation overlaps with initial signs of Ebola disease. For this reason, the effectiveness of the Ebola response in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone can be optimized through the deployment of targeted measures to reduce the number of fever cases due to malaria WHO recommends specific adaptations in the diagnosis of malaria and in LLIN distribution in countries heavily affected by the Ebola outbreak and mass drug administration using artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACTs) in areas where transmission of both Ebola and malaria is high and access to malaria treatment is very low.
http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/141493/1/...


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