Since 2015, Liberia has been rebuilding the country’s health system, which was devastated by a civil war that ended in 2003 and again by the Ebola epidemic that ended in 2015. But improvements in the remote clinics are a ways off.
This document compiles current information and key messages about the Ebola outbreak in Liberia to inform activities designed to raise awareness, mobilize communities, and promote safe behaviors to stop the spread of Ebola in Liberia.
The burden of malaria has dropped significantly in the last 10 ten years. It is unfortunate that this completely preventable disease continues to exist at all, particularly among pregnant women, where malaria can have extreme consequences on both maternal and fetal outcomes.
The fourth Liberia National Malaria Strategic Plan (NSP) for 2016–2020 addresses the need to scale-up malaria control and prevention activities to build on gains made under the Millennium Development Goals and to continue making progress under the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
This manual was developed for master trainers to train trainers who in turn train field implementers—health workers, health assistants, CBO health promoters and non-literate as well as literate community volunteers—to lead facility and community-based health promotion sessions.
The learning objectives of this presentation are for the trainee to be able to tell others
This document provides guidelines for messaging during the period when the country is preparing its population for a possible outbreak of Ebola.
This is a template for a strategic communication plan for an Ebola outbreak, specifically for Liberia.
Some objectives of this plan are to support adoption of protective measures, increase self-efficacy among the population, engage key partners, and build health literacy.
This is a training program for service providers and communication professionals working in Ebola-affected countries.
A cross-sectional survey was implemented in Liberia in 2014 with the primary aim of identifying attitudes and beliefs that are associated with four outcomes of malaria prevention and treatment: