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Safe Strong & Smiling. 20 Messages for Children to Learn and Share

Children for Health, (2018)

This Ebola Poster with its 20 Messages was developed with people working with children in schools in Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis in 2014. It has been adapted in 2018. CfH has 100 other messages for children to learn and share in 10 health topics

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

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.

Things Everyone Should Know and Do

Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Liberia; WHO; UNICEF, et al., (2015)

gCHV flipbook for Interpersonal Communication

Ebola Must Go: Bury All Dead Bodies Safely, Liberia

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC; Government of Liberia, (2014)

Flipchart on safe burial. Aimed at community

Ebola: A Poem for the Living - Video

Chocolate Moose Media; United Methodist Communications, (2014)

This video animation was created for use in West Africa to help dispel myths about how Ebola is spread, and to prevent infection and further spreading of the disease. The story is based around a teenage boy on a hospital cot in Liberia, who speaks to his parents, brother and sister warning them about the disease and telling them how it can be prevented. The story highlights the need for isolation and shows the heartache of the family as they are unable to comfort, touch, or care for the boy who is very ill. His words are words of comfort to those who are separated from their loved ones as they are encouraged to take care of themselves and keep away from those who are ill. The video was created by Chocolate Moose Media, an organisation specialising in the use of film and animation for behaviour change, and mobile-health-education innovator iHeed, in collaboration with United Methodist Communications, who provided partial funding. The video, which uses only young voices, is being made available in eight versions: Nigerian English and Pidgin, South African English, French (for Ivory Coast and Guinea), Sierra Leone English, and Liberian English and Krio. It can be downloaded in high definition, low definition, and for use on mobile platforms.

The Tippy Tap

Tippy Tap; Watershed Management Group; Grampari, (2014)

How to build a Tippy Tap?

Tippy Tap; Watershed Management Group; Grampari, (2014)

Want to build a tippy tap? Want to teach someone else how to? Here is a graphical manual that works for both literate and illiterate populations. Accessed 18 December 2014

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