Ebola 3W CwC - Communicating with Communities
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This spreadsheet has been compiled by the Internews Center for Innovation & Learning - all information contained in this spreadhseet has been collected from organizations' websites and aggregated here. Please note that the Center takes no responsibility for the inaccuracy of any of the information in this document and does not guarantee that the information in this spreadhseet is NOT covered by a propertary licence. Internews does not claim intellectual property for the information contained in this document. This is a working document that has been created for the only purpose of understanding activities related to Communication with Communities in the three Ebola affected countries. YOU ARE WELCOME TO ADD INFORMATION TO THIS DOCUMENT. For more information please contact Anahi Ayala Iacucci at aayala@internews.org
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WHO?WHAT?
Outline current/planned projects, including CwC elements
Which TOOL is being used to comunicate?WHERE?
Region / area
WHEN?
Already present? Or when planned to start?
COLLABORATIONS?
Existing & planned collaborations
CONTACT DETAILS
Contact of most relevant person
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UNOCHA 3whttps://wca.humanitarianresponse.info/sites/wca.humanitarianresponse.info/files/3W%20List%20of%20Organization%2020140922_lib.pdf
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UN Ebola crisis contact listhttps://wca.humanitarianresponse.info/fr/system/files/documents/files/Ebola_Crisis_Contacts_List.pdf
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SOS International infosheetshttps://www.internationalsos.com/ebola/index.cfm?content_id=398&language_id=ENG Ebola general
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ACDI/VOCA Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionDavid Parker Chief of Party
dparker@acdivoca-lib.org
(+231) 775532097 (L)
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ACFCase ManagementMireine Maniriho
NORAMOU
Country Director
headofmission@lr.missions-acf.org
(+231) 777444667 (L)
Manah Katta Head of nutrition Dep.
nutcpco@lr.missions-acf.org
(+231) 777444673 (L)
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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ActionAid Liberia Case Management
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Community awareness raising: Door to door visits (trained women volunteers), distribution of health posters/flyers.

Radio messages:
ActionAid Liberia in partnership with Public Health Initiative Liberia (PHIL), have developed messages for Ebola awareness, currently being finalised. The messages will be produced in simple English and local languages and aired on seven (7) radio stations for ActionAid Liberia’s Ebola Response.
o UN Mission in Liberia Radio – Nation Wide
o Liberia Broadcasting System –Nation Wide
o Liberia Women Democracy Radio- (covers Montserrado with specific emphasis on women issues). LWDR is the only women - focused radio station in Liberia and has been a partner to ActionAid for close to 4 years.
o Bomi Radio (community radio station) –Covers 60% of the Western Region including Gbarpolu, Bomi and Cape Mount counties). ActionAid has an LRP in the county next to Bomi.
o Smile FM(community radio station) – covers Grand Gedeh and parts of River Gee counties. AAL has two LRPs in this region.
o Radio Kakata (community radio station) –covers Margibi County

AA Liberia will also have messages distributed to local entertainment centres and local transport (taxis and buses) especially in communities that to not have access to radio stations.
RADIO, POSTERS, FLYERSBomi, Bong, Gbarpolu, Margibi, Montserrado, and Grand Gedeh counties- LiberiaCommunity awareness raising and distributions of food items and hygiene items ongoing

Radio messages to be broadcast end August 14.
Partnering with Public Health Initiative Liberia (PHIL), and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare

Radio stations listed in column 2
Aisha Kamara Kolubah|Program Coordinator, ActionAid Liberia
Mob: +231 (0) 777 496291 | +231 (0) 886496291
E: aisha.kamara@actionaid.org Skype: kaishab1 Korto R. Williams Country Representative
Korto.williams@actionaid.org
(+231) 77748078 (L)
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ADC Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionLofa, Maryland, Nimba
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Africare Case ManagementErnest Gaie Country Representative
Ernest.gaie@africare.org
(+231) 76737761 (L)
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Behavior Change Communication:
The second prong of Africare’s approach will be comprehensive behavior change campaigns. A behavior change campaign around Ebola will address public misconceptions about the disease, its treatment and how it is contracted, informing citizens that there is currently no vaccine or cure. Public misunderstandings complicate the crisis tremendously and are hampering global efforts to contain the virus. A behavior change campaign in the immediate future is necessary, and the campaign needs to be integrated into the health care system, stretching from the most prominent national representatives to the most local of community members. This can be done by targeting relevant messages at key groups: government ministries, local health care workers, local civil-society organizations, traditional community and religious leaders, and local communities themselves.

- See more at: http://www.africare.org/africare-contain-ebola/#sthash.ooMXDN0X.dpuf
HOT LINES (2) AND FACE TO FACE (Supporting health promotion messaging by health facility staff and Community Health Workers)Bong, Nimba
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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BBC Media ActionCo-hosted Forum on Ebola Communication and Prevention (8-9 September)Regional
WHO, UNICEF, IFRC, ECOWAS, WADR
carole.chapelier@bbc.co.uk
Carole Chapelier

Jacqueline Dalton jacqueline.dalton@bbc.co.uk
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CAFOD Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - They are supporting the public awareness work of Caritas Gbarnga, through Church structures, in the North-Central areas of the country http://www.cafod.org.uk/News/Emergencies-news/Ebola-crisis-updateBong, Lofa, Nimba
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Carter Center Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Nationwide Ebola prevention training for traditional leaders in Kakata, Margibi County. The Carter Center supported the Ministry of Internal Affairs and National Traditional Council training of traditional leaders, women, youths, community radio and Freedom of Information Network Coordinators on Ebola prevention in the country. The training is being conducted by County Health and Social Mobilization teams supported by teams of the Ministry, the Council and The Carter Center backed by security officers to explain the national security measures taken by government as part of efforts to contain the virus. Kakata, Margibi CountyChelsea Payne Country Representative
Chelsea.payne@cartercenterliberia.org
(+231) 886452022 (L)
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CDC CoordinationMD Kevin M. De Cock Country Director Division of Global
HIV/aids
kmd2@cdc.gov
(+254) 722515294 (L)
Joshua Mott Team leader CDC Liberia
jmott@cdc.gov
(+254) 722721782 (L)
Harvey Howard Lead Emergency Management
Specialist
fpv@cdc.gov
(+231) 770004089 (L)
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Epi‐Surveillance and Lab
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Health Promotion
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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ChildFund Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - In Liberia, ChildFund is working with the government and other nongovernmental organizations to spread awareness about the virus, LofaBilly Abimbilla Country Director
babimbilla@liberia.childfund.org
Shannoh Kandoh Program Manager
skandoh@liberia.childfund.org
(+231) 886253464 (L)
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Concern Worldwide Case ManagementAlistair Short Country Director
alistair.short@concern.net
(+231) 886642557 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Tackling Myths and Changing behaviours: Concern is warning locals not to eat bush meat from the likes of monkeys and particularly fruit bats who act as the host of the Ebola virus. Warnings too are also given about traditional practices of washing a corpse before being buried without using protective wear or even touching a corpse at the funeral as a body can remain highly infectious after death. They have printed and disseminated thousands of awareness posters and factsheets suitable for all levels of literacy as well as creating radio jingles to educate people on the risk factors of infection.POSTERS AND FACTSHEETSGrand Bassa, Lofa, Montserrado
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Conservation International Case ManagementJessica Donovan Asst. Country Director
jdonovan@conservation.org
(+231) 886646778 (L)
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionGrand Bassa, Nimba
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CRG Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionPOSTERS, FACE2FACEBong
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CRS LogisticsSuena S. Flomo
suena.flomo@crs.org
(+231) 886512274 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Education - CRS is responding to the Ebola crisis by collaborating with a number of local partners to carry out community based social mobilization, door to door health education and psychosocial support and by supporting faith-based health facilities. FACE2FACEMontserrado
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DRC Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionMontserrado, NimbaMartine Villeneuve Country Director
cd-wa@drc.dk
(+231) 886109379 (L)
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GeoPollRemote Data Collection - GeoPoll is a mobile surveying platform that collects data and information through SMS and IVR. GeoPoll has existing connectivity with mobile network operators and access to more than 1 million mobile subscribers across the country. Past and ongoing projects include:
-World Food Programme (WFP-funded): Conducting high-volume monthly food security surveys to gather data on reduced coping strategies and food prices for the Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping Unit (VAM).
-FEWS NET Project (Chemonics; USAID-funded)): Identified a panel of food traders through the mobile phone and engaging in bi-weekly surveys to collect data on food trade, distribution, and prices to understand economic impacts.
-Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (John Hopkins University; USAID-funded): Conducted nationally representative surveys to better understand knowledge, attitudes, and preferences toward Ebola to inform a national behavior change communication campaign.
Mobile phones (basic feature phones all the way up to smart phones); self-completion mode.NationwideOngoingWFP coordinating with FEWS NET

John Hopkins University coordinating
with UNICEF and Ministry of Health
Amy Sweeney
Director of Business
Development
amy@geopoll.com
+1-202-341-7010
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Global Communities Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Global Communities is implementing the Assisting Liberians with Education to Reduce Transmission (ALERT) program to provide intensive and urgent outreach in Lofa, Nimba, and Bong counties, which are at an immediate risk of further Ebola infections, as well as providing burial team support activities in all 15 counties of Liberia. Capitalizing on existing community trust, longstanding relationships, resources and networks, ALERT is engaging with as many communities as possible to quickly share information on proper hygiene practices and preventing transmission. Through ALERT, Global Communities is convening county workshops and community meetings with local leaders and stakeholders to increase knowledge, planning, and commitment to Ebola mitigation. Ebola prevention campaign messages are tailored for local residents and focus on teaching them proper hygiene practices to prevent transmission. Global Communities is also distributing transistor radios to isolated rural communities to promote the dissemination of Ebola prevention information. FACE2FACE, RADIO, MESSAGING (not sure which format)Bong, Lofa, Nimba
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IBIS Social Mobilisation/Education - IBIS is working closely with ministries, as well as city and district councils to deliver information and advice and to ensure that schools are equipped with adequate hygiene facilities when they reopen. In Liberia, IBIS has set up a fund of 150,000 Euros for Ebola-prevention projects to be carried out by civil society partners. IBIS's partner NAYMOTE in Liberia is drawing on its more than 5000 youth volunteers to engage communities in spreading correct information on Ebola prevention and response. Their office has been turned into an “Ebola Awareness Call Center” where young people involve their extensive network to conduct Ebola education to Liberians in all parts of the country via telephone. IBIS and the Emergency Education Cluster led by UNICEF will provide radio programming across the country, ranging from civic pride programmes to educational ones, ending the day with story-telling in native languages.FACE2FACE, PHONE, RADIOGrand Gadeh, River GheeNaymote, Anne Catherine Bajard Country Director
acb@ibisliberia.org
(+231) 888859330 (L)
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ICRC CoordinationJean-Jerome Casabianca Head of Delegation
monrovia@icrc.org
(+231) 777556588 (L)
Robert Ghosn Head of Zwedru Sub-Delegation
rghosn@icrc.org
(+231) 776825883 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion
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IFRC Case ManagementWill Rogers Beneficiary communication
(Liberia - Sierra Leone - Guinea)
will.rogers@ifrc.org
(+224) 623586950 (L)
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Coordination
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Epi‐Surveillance and Lab
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Logistics
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Beneficiary Communication and Social Mobilization: The IFRC continued to support and strengthen the capacity of the National Society’s volunteers in conducting Ebola awareness campaigns in 11 counties of Bomi, Bong, Gbarpolu, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Gedeh, Lofa, Margibi, Montserrado, Nimba and Rivercess. Over 230 communities of approximately 4,919 households were reached with Ebola prevention messages. The Red Cross together with other partner organizations will commence a large scale community based home based care programme. The Red Cross has a comparative advantage as it’s already present on the ground with chapter structure and volunteers. This initiative has been in discussion for some time and is now materialized in a concrete plan in collaboration with MoH and WHO. Appropriate messages are being developed on handling of a dead body in the house as well as sick family members as admission is not always possible due to lack of Ebola Treatment Units (ETU) capacity.FACE2FACEBomi, Bong, Gbarpolu, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, Grand Gedeh, Lofa, Margibi, Montserrado, Nimba and Rivercess
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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Internews
Supporting a local NGO that runs a mental health community radio program now focusing on psycho-social support for Ebola affected communities;
Coordinating with ActionAid and BBC MA.
Africa Director: Ian Noble (inoble@internews.org)
Humanitarian Communications Director: Jacobo Quintanilla jquintanilla@INTERNEWS.ORG
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IRC Case ManagementAitor S. Lacomba Country Director
Aitor.SanchezLacomba@Rescue.org Nora M. Love ETU Project Director
nora.love@rescue.org
(+231) 775221289 (L)
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Coordination
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Epi‐Surveillance and Lab
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - train heath volunteer to address fears of the desease in the communities and spread prevention messages. FACE2FACEGrand Gedeh, Lofa, Maryland, Montserrado
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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IREX CoordinationBill Burke Chief of Party
bburke@irex.org
(+231) 880557852 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - In the coming days, IREX and partners will organize a series of meetings with community leaders in Montserrado County, one of the hardest hit areas thus far. The meetings will help gauge the concerns and fears of citizens as they relate to Ebola and discuss the risks of civil unrest and potential strategies to ensure that citizens' opinions are heard without resorting to violence. Two partners, the Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) and the Center for Media Studies and Peacebuilding (CEMESP) worked with the Ministry of Information and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to develop targeted Ebola-awareness messages for use in public service announcements and radio dramas distributed via national and community radio stations. IREX is working with journalists to ensure that their Ebola coverage is factual, professional, and does not feed unrest within a frightened population.

IREX’s Civil Society and Media Leadership (CSML) program in Liberia has expanded its efforts to help reporters increase their understanding of Ebola and how to report on its impact on public life. The World Health Organization estimates that 1,848 people have been infected, making this the deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.
CSML is working through its main partners the Liberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC) and the Liberia Media Center (LMC) to foster responsible, sensitive, and factual reporting on the Ebola crisis. CSML’s broadcast consultant is working with a team of 10 Monrovia-based reporters to cover the Ebola story. IREXis also collaborating with the Ministry of Information and Ministry of Health and Social Welfare to develop targeted Ebola-awareness messages for distribution via national and community radio stations throughout the country. Journalists are being mentored to ensure that their Ebola coverage is factual, professional, and does not feed unrest within a frightened population. Civil society leaders are coordinating to ensure that quarantined patients receive meals, and that communities in the far reaches of Liberia receive information about the virus and are prepared to educate others on prevention strategies.
FACE2FACE, RADIO, Montserrado CountryLiberia Women Media Action Committee (LIWOMAC)
Liberia Media Center (LMC)
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Irish Aid Case ManagementSinead Walsh Head of Mission, based in Embassy
of Ireland, Sierra Leone
Sinead.Walsh@dfa.ie
(+232) 23276472744 (L)
Carine Gachen Programme Advisor, based in Liberia
lorna.stafford@dfa.ie
(+231) 880535453 (L)
Teta Lincoln
teta.lincoln@dfa.ie
(+231) 880060832 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Ireland has provided direct funding to date of almost €2.5 million to organisations working on the Ebola response in Sierra Leone and Liberia, which are both partner countries for Ireland. This funding is supporting much needed NGO led awareness raising programmes in local communities in the most affected areas.
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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Kriterion Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - a student-run independent art-house cinema group that is calling for greater Ebola awareness. Its members are going door-to-door in Monrovia communities such as Sinkor, Clara Town and Bensonville, distributing materials and information they hope will empower people to curb the spread of the virus.FACE2FACEBomi, Margibi, Montserrado
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Living Water International Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - in Molley Town, the Living Water team engaged the community in lessons about disease transmission, proper hand-washing techniques, and water-saving methods. The community also learned to properly dispose of human waste and keep water clean from collection to consumption, implementing community-driven solutions—all necessary steps to fight Ebola and other diseases. - See more at: http://www.water.cc/posts/field-notes/ebola-update-well-rehab-molley-town#sthash.5pPcfoSg.dpufFACE2FACEMargibiKanyata Mukelabai Country Director
kmukelabai@water.cc
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Making Change Case Management
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - 1. Conduct information campains on all the local schools and through the radio station in Foya and Voinjema in order to inform about preventive actions to be done in all the remote villages in the border area.
2. Key Leader Engagement in the border area between Liberia, Sierra Leone and Liberia, in order to inform about preventive actions in the border areas and build trust between the local population and the international system there to support.
FACE2FACELofa, Montserrado
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Mercy CorpsMC plans to activate local networks of trusted community leaders to provide honest, clear information on how to eliminate the transmission of Ebola, and play a positive role in their community during this challenging time. In partnership with global health organization PSI, MC response focuses on making accurate and up-to-date information accessible and credible, using materials developed by experts at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the U.N.FACE2FACEPLANNED ACTIVITY - NOT IMPLEMENTED YETAllison Huggins Country Director
ahuggins@lr.mercycorps.org
(+231) 886839419 (L)
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Medecins du Monde Case ManagementDr. Pierre ETse D. Sallah Head of Mission
genco.liberia@medecinsdumonde.net
(+231) 886543135 (L)
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Epi‐Surveillance and Lab
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Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionMontserrado
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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Medica Mondiale Liberia Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionMontserradoCaroline Bowah Brown Country Director
caroline.bowah@medicaliberia.org
(+231) 886532820 (L)
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MoH Coordination
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ETC + Triage
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Safe burial
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - HOTLINE - Those numbers have been set up by the Ministry of Health are for people to report if they suspect the symptoms of the disease: +231 886 520581, +231 886 229641, +231 886 397381, +231 776 547437HOTLINENumbers are for the entire country - other activities on social mobilization are going on in Bong and Montserrado
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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Triage
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More Than MeSocial mobilization/awareness education, contact tracing, home healthcare and triage, ambulance services, counseling and material support for affected families and reintegration support for survivors and Ebola orphans. Face to FaceMonroviaOperatingKatie Meyler, CEO
katie@morethanme.org
+231 555 879 801
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MSF Case ManagementThomas Curbillon Head of Mission
msff-monrovia-hom@paris.msf.org
(+231) 775302990 (L)
Nico Heijenberg Emergency Coordinator
msfch-liberia-ecoordo@geneva.msf.org
(+231) 775126436 (L)
Laurence Sailly Emergency Coordinator
msfocb-monroviaecoord@
brussels.msf.org
Kris Torgeson Liasion Officer
MSFOCB-Monrovia-
LiaisonOfficer@brussels.msf.org
(+231) 775065878 (L)
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ETC + Triage
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Safe burial
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Doctors Without Borders and the local Ebola team put in a new system. Every time an ambulance went to collect a patient or body, they sent a health promoter, like Seyoe and Jayah, to stand outside the house and explain to neighbors what was happening. MSF also began to allow families to visit patients at the center — from a safe distance. The staff at the center installed a cellphone booth where patients can make calls to their friends and relatives.PHONE BOOTHS AND FACE2FACEactivity reported here is going on in Foya - other activities goign on in Lofa and Montserrado
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Surveillance/Contact Tracing
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Triage
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MTI Case ManagementAndrew Hoskins Country Director
ahoskins@medicalteams.org
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Social mobilization provide Ebola prevention in the community. Sensitization of the community on how the virus spreads is critical to containing the virus. While MTI was heavily involved with community outreach in early summer, most education to the general public is taking place over national media (radio, billboards, etc). MTI continues to meet with community leaders to ensure compliance with protocols.FACE2FACE, RADIO AND BILLBOARDSBomi, Bong, Grand Cape Mount, Montserrado, Sinoe
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Oxfam Recovery/LivelihoodGeorge van Vulpen WASH Advisor
gvanvulpen@oxfam.org.uk
(+) 777164317 (L)
Salifu MM Sledge Country Director
msalifu@oxfam.org.uk
(+231) 77551348 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - work in communities to increase public awareness of Ebola (the causes, signs, prevention and actions for suspected cases).POSTERS, FACE2FACEGrand Gedeh, Montserrado, River Ghee, Rivercess
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Plan Case ManagementKoala Oumarou Country Director
Koala.Oumarou@plan-international.org
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - Support to CHT through local NGOs for Social Mobilization (open air awareness campaigns, town hall meetings, IEC & poster distributions).
Support to Community Radio Stations for the production and airing of Ebola Prevention messages/jingles in Six local dialects. Door to door awareness raising in Bomi county and stakeholder meetings in 4 districts.
Radio talk show and Ebola Jingles produced in all dialects in Bomi County. Provision and distribution of IEC materials.
FACE2FACE, POSTERS, RADIOLofa County (Voinjama, Kolahun, Quardu Gboni & Zorzor Districts).
Voinjama, Kolahun, Foya, Zorzor & Salayea Districts
Bomi county (Klay, Senjeh, Suehn Mecca and Dowein Districts)
Tubmanburg- Bomi County
August 2014- December 2014
May 2014- December 2014
August –November 30, 2014
County Health Team, Rural Community Empowerment Program (RUCEP), Community Safety Initiative (SCI), Humanitarian Initiative for Community Development (HICOD Inc)

Lofa County Health Team (CHT), Radio Kintoma in Voinjama, Radio Life in Zorzor & Salayea, Radio Harleygnee in Kolahun, Radio Tamba Taikor in Foya, Vahun Community Radio in Vahun

County Authorities, MoH, MoGD, and CBOs



Radio Bomi (FM 98.9)
Tarnue Karbbar, Program Unit Manager
Lofa Program Unit
Contact #: +231 770009059

Hardii Zobombo, Ebola Response Coordinator
Lofa Program Unit
Contact #: +231 777074810/ +231 880182135

Betty T.J Greaves, Child Protection Officer, Bomi PU, Cell# +231 770009053
Alphan Kabbah, Acting PUM, Bomi PU
Cell#: +231 770009051
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Coordination of Accountability Proposal they are currently designing. UNICEF are the Social Mobilisation Taskforce co-chairs with the government and are investing in a cloud based SMS system called RapidPro to allow SMS (with one shortcode) to be sent to and received from affected people for sensitisation and accountability
SMS
UNICEF are currently developing this for Sierra Leone and Liberia, with further roll-out to Guinea.
Agencies were asked to join a Social Society Steering Committee to support the design and implementation of the system. The proposal documents can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/1yMinfz :
craig.dean@plan-international.org
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PSI Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionLofaReid Moorsmith Country Representative
reid@psiliberia.org
(+231) 770761526 (L) Tawah Reeves
treeves@psiliberia.org
(+231) 886595801 (L)
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RBHS Case Management
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Coordination
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Social Mobilisation/Health Promotion - JSI’s largest project in Liberia, USAID-funded Rebuilding Basic Health Services (RBHS), is helping the Ministry of Health mobilize communities to protect themselves and safely care for the sick before their eventual transfer to Ebola treatment units. JSI staff will train 15,000 community mobilizers over the next three months. JSI is also assisting the Ministry of Health’s contact-tracing team to develop a standard contact list for patients and medical staff to complete. Developing as complete a network as possible helps health care workers locate those who are or might be infected and prevent them from spreading the disease.FACE2FACECovering the entire country
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Right to Play Case ManagementMarie Joséphine Kora
Thama
Country Manager
mthama@righttoplay.com
(+231) 888005446 (L)
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Social Mobilisation/Health PromotionBong, Grand Gedeh, Lofa, Margibi, Maryland, Montserrado, Nimba
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Samaritan's PurseCase ManagementDavid Jesson Regional Security Manager
djesson@samaritan.org
(+1) 8287733075 (L)
Kendell Kauffeldt Country Director
kkauffeldt@samaritan.org
(+231) 886929102 (L)
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Coordination
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