This study examines the gendered impacts of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Liberia in the largest outbreak of EVD ever recorded. The findings are based on an extensive two-week desk study and one-week participatory field study conducted in January 2015 in the cities of Monrovia and Buchanan in Liberia
Burial Management Teams have a difficult job resolving two critical issues relevant to their tasks. First, they must safeguard and ensure infection control and prevention for team members, family members and members of the community. Second, they must remain sensitive to the cultural and religious practices of families and others affected by Ebola deaths. This module, based solidly on WHO guidelines, provides burial management teams with practices appropriate to ensure infection control and to remain sensitive to religious and cultural burial practices.
Report of Meeting: 4 November 2014, Roma
CAFOD Policy Briefing Paper
Reproduced by CHAL (Chrisitan Health Association Liberia) 3 October 2014
Guidelines for planning and provision of pastoral and social support services
WORKSHOP ON INTERVENTIONS FOR EBOLA PREVENTION FOR PARISH PRIESTS AND RELIGIOUS,
PPC CHAIRPERSONS AND LEADERS OF DIOCESAN ORGANIZATIONS at Diocesan Pastoral and Social Center August 19-20th and 22nd-23th 2014, Caritas Sierra Leone