From the Washington State Dept. of Health:  Emergency Communications Toolkit

The resources on this site are intended for public health and emergency response partners only. 

This toolkit was created to help you during a disease outbreak, natural disaster or other public health emergency. These templates, checklists and fact sheets are designed to give you a head start when planning an emergency response.

Resources on this website were developed by the Washington State Department of Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or other trusted federal and local public health partners.


Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever Resource center on CDC's website offers comprehensive overview and information, including:  

 “There is no specific treatment for Ebola, which is spread by contact with the bodily fluids of infected people or animals. Therefore prevention is one of the best ways to contain the virus. 

Access to timely and accurate life-saving information is hence absolutely crucial. This is where UNICEF is focusing its efforts moving forward,” said UNICEF Representative in Guinea, Dr. Mohamed Ag Ayoy.  

UNICEF, working closely with WHO, partners and communities, is sharing information on how to prevent the spread of the virus while also promoting care seeking behaviours for those already affected. Governments, UN agencies and partners are collaborating closely to ensure a prompt response to this humanitarian crisis. 


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