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July 5, 2017

National Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices Survey on Ebola Virus Disease in Liberia

The knowledge, attitudes and practices survey (KAP II) was a cross‐sectional survey conducted as part of the HC3 Liberia project (2015-2017) in 10 counties in Liberia. The overall purpose of the KAP II survey was to assess changes related to Ebola virus disease (Ebola) since the conclusion of the KAP I survey in March 2015, including the ways in which the Ebola response influenced engagement in preventive behaviors and perceptions of health-care provision, and how they may have contributed to changes in health‐seeking behaviors related to non-Ebola disease.

February 24, 2017

Social Mobilization Lessons Learned: The Ebola Response in Liberia

This report documents the work of the Ebola Response Social Mobilization Pillar, part of Liberia’s six-pillar incident management system (IMS), and key social mobilization efforts that contributed to the response in Liberia during the 2014–2015 West African Ebola outbreak.

September 27, 2016

Ebola Risk Communication Project in Liberia: Lessons in Crisis Communication

This report, produced by the George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health to document its work on HC3’s Ebola Risk Communication project in Liberia, details the project’s goals of understanding and documenting Ebola-related communication efforts in the country to better inform communication approaches to future crises.

April 24, 2016

Qualitative Assessment on Health System Trust and Health Service Utilization in Liberia

This study explored the following objectives: Explore client perceptions of health care providers and client perspectives, including any Ebola-related stigma that may influence health-seeking behaviors; Explore facility and community-based health […]

January 15, 2015

Community Perspectives about Ebola in Bong, Lofa and Montserrado Counties of Liberia: Results of a Qualitative Study

This study aimed to assess differences in community perceptions about, and in response to, Ebola in three counties: Lofa, Bong and Monteserrado. The assessment sought to obtain answers to the […]