Ebola Virus Resources

Ebola is a deadly disease that causes bleeding within the body and externally. As the virus spreads through the body, it damages the immune system and organs which, eventually,  leads to severe and uncontrollable bleeding.

In partnership with CDC, GHC would like to share these important public service announcements, multi-media resources, and key points about Ebola for use by global health partners working in West Africa. 

Ebola Radio Health Messages in Local Languages

Multi-media resources/posters

Key points – Ebola Virus

Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Factsheet

Ebola’s Hard Lessons

The Power of Belief: What Polio and Ebola have in Common

Video: The Continuing Ebola Outbreak

Video: The Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

Critical Questions

Roundtable: What Will Drive the Future of Global Health?

CDC Emergency Partners Update: 2014 Ebola Response – September 19, 2014

Ebola training resources & information

World Bank Flash – Ebola: Economic Impact Already Serious; Could be “Catastrophic” Without Swift Response by Countries and the International Communit

Gavi Executive Committee requests options for supporting Ebola vaccine

Contagion-Ebola Facts & Fiction Town Hall

From donors to research, state has key role in Ebola fight

What’s being done to curb the Ebola outbreak?

The Ebola Outbreak: A Global Conversation and Resources

FHWC Ebola and frontline health workers-related policy recommendations

Humanitarian Crisis in West Africa (Ebola) Gender Alert: September 2014

A human rights perspective into the Ebola outbreak

Ebola Virus Outbreak Infographic

Ebola in West Africa: Protection and Security Briefing Note 10/14/14

USG Response to Ebola Outbreak in West Africa Map

USG West Africa Ebola Outbreak Factsheet

GPC Briefing: Protection concerns in the context of the Ebola crisis 11/14/14

CDC Ebola Emergency Partners Newsletter 11/19/14