Highlighted Ebola Resources
World Health Organization Ebola Website
The main website devoted to the Ebola virus disease compiled by the World Health Organization. The site includes links to fact sheets and useful recommendations and guidance documents mainly for healthcare workers and public health officials.
CDC: Ebola (Ebola Virus Disease)
This is the CDC’s main website about ebola, including resources covering signs & symptoms, transmission, risk of exposure, outbreaks, prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and resources for health care workers.
Ebola Radio Health Messages in Local Languages
This page contains a collection of audio radio PSAs about Ebola in 12 different local African languages, including French, Fullar, Kissi, Kono and Susu.
Frequently Asked Questions on Ebola virus disease
An FAQ released by the World Health Organization in August 2014 on the Ebola Virus. It covers the basics of Ebola and includes how people become infected, who is most at risk, the typical signs and symptoms, when to seek medical care, treatment, prevention steps, what to do if someone you know becomes ill, travel advice, and more.
Wikipedia: Ebola Virus Disease
Signs and symptoms, causes, diagnosis, prevention, treatment, epidemiology, societal and cultural issues and research about Ebola.
Wikipedia: Ebola Virus Epidemic in West Africa
Overview of the 2014 Ebola epidemic in the West African countries of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone.