Tag: ebola

September 2016 Recap: Must-Read Stories

September 2016 Recap: Must-Read Stories

By Angelica Gustilo Ong Hi there UNICEFStories Readers. In case you missed our latest blogs, here’s a recap of some of the top stories published on UNICEF Innovation’s blog during September. Click away: I went to Estonia, and saw the future A study trip to Estonia uncovered how the country […]

‘Wash Wana Hands’ video clip screen capture. © UNICEF Ghana/2015/Neil Shaw

AGOO: Ghana’s interactive mobile platform to educate about Cholera, Ebola – and a catchy song!

By Fabrice Laurentin, Communication for Development (C4D) Specialist, UNICEF Ghana Ghana’s last cholera outbreak started in June 2014 and continued through 2015. More than 30,000 people were infected, 250 died. Cholera is spread through germs from feces of infected people that get into unprotected water sources, then through contaminated food […]

Making schools safer in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak

Making schools safer in Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak

Originally posted on UNICEF’s Connect blog on May 6, 2015 by Wellington Mushayi. To read the original article, click here.   When the President of Sierra Leone announced that schools would reopen this Spring even if Ebola cases weren’t down to zero, we knew we were in for a challenge. There […]