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Un Geste Pour La Vie contre Ebola
Veröffentlicht am 28.04.2014 – Publié sur youtube le 28/04/2014
Enfin le méga clip vidéo contre le virus “EBOLA“
Les artistes de la Guinée et de la sous région Ouest africaine se mobilisent contre la fièvre Ebola.
Réalisation: MLB Prod
ARTISTES AYANT COLLABORES:
DEGG J FORCE 3 – SEKOUBA BAMBINO – BANLIEUZART – DIDIER AWADI – WILLIAM BALDE – SOUL BANGS – PETIT KANDJA – TAKANA ZION – FADJIDIH – G FORCE SOTIGUI – KHADY DIOP – AMINATA KAMISSOKO – DJESSOU MAMA – INSTINCT KILLERS – FAKRI – ONE TIME – PRINCE – ZAWAGUI – MAITRE BARRY- KABAKOUDOU ALHASSANE – TAMSIR
A travers le projet “ Un Geste pour la vie Stoppons EBOLA“; ils passent un message positif pour le peuple de Guinée effrayé.
Avec l’Amour nous transcenderons la Peur. „L’unité des Communauté et l’Espoir seront plus fort que Ebola“.
Une pensée saine et des prières sont faites pour toutes les victimes de ma Guinée Conakry et du reste du monde.
Tous uni comme un Seul Homme contre EBOLA.
Allah protège nous. Amine.
Save Liberia Project Ebola Out
Veröffentlicht am 18.09.2014 – Publié sur youtube le 18/09/2014
The Save Liberia Music done by All Liberian Musicians is out. It is amazing and please take time to listen and share with Friends and family as well. This initiative when supported will enable the Ebola message to reach every village and town in the country. This initiative is being led by the Accountability Lab in partnership with the Business Start-Up Center Monrovia, the Musicians Union of Liberia, and the Shizo Magazine. We are going to win this fight against Ebola.
Waytin ar For No But EBOLA (WHAT I NEED TO KNOW ABOUT EBOLA)
Published on Aug 19, 2014
„When it is being put into film, people will definitely believe because it is not coming from a big politician, or an expert, or a doctor. Its coming from the locals themselves who are living in these communities, says Barmmy.
We always say in Sierra Leone: Seeing is believing. The campaign, according to Pratt, already seems to be working. Attitudes are changingpeople are not denying anymore. Actions are changing towards the issues, he says, describing how most communities are requiring anyone entering their house to first wash their hands, and dont touch.“
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Sierra Leone Ebola Campaign
Filmmakers at WeOwnTV and the Sierra Leone Film Council have produced a series of short video public service announcements (PSA’s) for wide distribution on local television and radio to help sensitize the country about the current Ebola disease epidemic. We are seeking $10,000 to duplicate and distribute DVDs and VCDs, translate the films into 8 local languages as well as 2 international languages, and air the films daily on Sign Africa billboards and via other non traditional outlets.
What is the issue, problem, or challenge?
Sierra Leone is experiencing an historic outbreak of the Ebola virus. The disease has no known treatment nor cure, and can be fatal within days or weeks. The disease has spread through Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Nigeria. There have been over 1300 deaths as of mid-August, and 12 out of 13 districts in Sierra Leone are now affected by Ebola. There is misinformation and distrust in Sierra Leone, causing people not to get treated and allowing the disease to spread more widely.
How will this project solve this problem?
As filmmakers and storytellers we feel we have an important role to play as misinformation and distrust is causing people not to get treated and allowing the disease to spread more widely. Our objectives are to raise awareness within both rural and urban population across communities in Sierra Leone on the Ebola virus symptoms, prevention and care for Ebola survivors. We are currently working to produce videos and radio pieces in eight local and two international languages (English and French).
Potential Long Term Impact
This project will help establish trust between the community with health and government officials Grassroots level work like this works in countries like Sierra Leone as it provides an authentic voice critical to be able to avoid future health issues. not only equipped to respond to tragic events, but also help build a healthy media sector, democracy and economy and aspire beyond reacting to tragedy.