Going from school to school in DRC to raise awareness about Ebola

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“I noticed that many children don’t fully understand Ebola,” she says. “That’s why I decided to go from school to school to raise children’s awareness about the disease.”
– Ghislaine, a WHO Risk Communication and Community Engagement specialist, is committed to protecting children from Ebola in her home town in Beni, DRC.

Ebola outbreaks end in areas where the affected communities understand and participate in the response. This is why we adapt our approach based on the unique context of every new town and village: we know that communities are the most powerful force against Ebola


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