WHO FAQs on Ebola in N’ko and Vai; CDC radio spots in other languages

The ongoing outbreak of Ebola does not seem to be letting up anytime soon.  For those who are affected in the region, effective public communication about resources and preparedness appears to be one of the major challenges.  Although communicating a message can only go so far, there are efforts being made to serve populations that don’t readily understand English or French.  Examples of those can be found here:

http://www.cdc.gov/vhf/ebola/outbreaks/guinea/radio-spots.html

http://www.athinkra.com/ebola-faqs

Update (10/25/15):  Here is a copy of a more extensive article about Ebola, translated from Wikipedia material into Vai:

Ebola Article in Vai

As yet, there are not enough editors for a fully-fledged Vai Wikipedia to materialize (five are needed), but things are getting closer on that front.

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