Before, during and after an epidemic, it is essential to provide people with trusted, clear and effective information. Engaging with communities can help to prevent fear, panic and rumours from undermining response efforts.
24 February 2020
Ebola handbook for media
Organisation:BBC Media Action
A handbook developed to help journalists respond to community needs, provide useful, accurate information to help prevent the spread of Ebola and guide people on how to protect themselves.
25 November 2019
Sharing midterm review findings with communities
This case study documents how the Zambia Red Cross Society adopted a Community Engagement and Accountability (CEA) approach during their three-year Pneumonia Reduction Project.
11 September 2019
Ebola champion leads prevention efforts to protect her community
A Case Study produced by the IFRC and the Ugandan Red Cross, on how one woman and her family are mobilising communities to prepare for and prevent outbreaks of the Ebola Virus Disease in Uganda.
3 July 2019
Beneficiary communication: regional overview: ebola operations
An IFRC report on ‘Beneficiary Communication: Regional Operations’, following the 2014 Ebola outbreak in West Africa. It includes plans for implementing effective Beneficiary Communication systems with local communities.
3 July 2019
You probably don't have ebola if…
An educational video about the Ebola virus, which covers transmission, symptoms and who is at risk of contracting the virus. It features links to IFRC sites containing further information.
2 July 2019
Polio eradication and routine EPI
A UNICEF handbook on ‘Polio Eradication and Routine EPI’, which provides guidelines and a framework for the design and implement of research-driven communication programmes.
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