Emergency Partner Response Resources
2014 West Africa Ebola Outbreak
The 2014 West Africa Ebola outbreak response requires coordination among many international and domestic partners. These partners – governmental, nongovernmental, private, faith-based, community-based, and more -- serve many different essential roles in providing care for those affected by Ebola.
This webpage contains resources for partners.
Resources for partners
- Communication Resources for Audiences in Guinea-Bissau
- Communication Resources for West Africans in the United States
- Ebola Community Education Tool Kit
- NPHIC Ebola Resources - The National Public Health Information Coalition has compiled resources and tools from across the local, state, and federal government that can be used by health departments, community organizations, and other partners to help educate about Ebola.
- Resources for Parents, Schools, and Pediatric Healthcare Professionals
- Travel partners
- Humanitarian Aid Organizations – international travel
- Healthcare partners
- Clinician Outreach and Communication Activity (COCA) - COCA prepares clinicians to respond to emerging health threats and public health emergencies by communicating relevant, timely information related to disease outbreaks, disasters, terrorism events, and other health alerts.
- Faith-based and Neighborhood organizations
- Ebola Preparedness Checklist for Faith-based Health Leaders
- Workplace Safety and Health: Ebola
- Video and Presentation Slides: What You REALLY Need to Know about Ebola
CDC Partner calls
Information shared in these calls was based on the best available knowledge and guidance at the time of the recording. Guidance may have changed. Please visit www.cdc.gov/ebola for the latest information and updates.
- 12/8 Transportation Sector Partners Call
- 11/20 Travel Planning Partners Call
- 11/13 Business Health Executive Quarterly Call
- 11/6 Ebola Information for Private Partners
- 10/31 American Public Health Association Call
- 10/23 Ebola Information for Private Partners
- 10/22 Faith and Community Based Partners Call
- 10/18 Faith and Community Based Partners Call
- 9/30 Updates for West African Communities in the United States
- 9/12 Ebola Information for Humanitarian Aid Workers
Assist with the response
- CDC Foundation - The CDC Foundation is assisting CDC by providing critical assistance and supplies through donations to the Foundation’s Global Disaster Response Fund, which enables CDC staff to respond quickly to changing circumstances and needs.
- USAID Center for International Disaster Information - Learn about how NGOs are assisting the Ebola response and sign up to volunteer.
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For more news and updates about CDC’s 2014 Ebola Response in the United States and West Africa, visit http://www.cdc.gov/ebola/.
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- Page last reviewed: April 10, 2015
- Page last updated: July 8, 2015
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