Ebola Contact Tracing (Local Swahili – Beni)

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This film is about the role of community health workers in their vital work of ‘contact tracing’ to prevent the spread of Ebola. It explains the role of contact tracers in finding people who have come into contact with a sick Ebola patient and raising awareness to help stop further transmission of the disease.

This film is for use in community health education.

Kindly translated into local Swahili (Beni) by Translators Without Borders & compiled by the UNICEF Communications Team, 2020.

This film is available in

French Swahili English

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