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The Story of Cholera

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  • The Story of Cholera

    4:29

    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman

    This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt , and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

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  • Cholera – you can fight it too

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    When her father falls ill with diarrhoea and vomiting, a young girl decides to learn more about the disease and how to prevent it in her community. Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal infection contracted by consuming food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. It affects both children and adults and can kill within hours.

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  • Cholera

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    The United Nations launched one of its biggest ever cholera vaccination drives in the vast refugee camps of southeast Bangladesh Tuesday amid fears of an outbreak among nearly a million Rohingya now living there.VIDEOGRAPHIC

  • cholera Campaign

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    This is one of the projects I was working on, and I am happy that now its done ! fuuouh -_ -!
    This is a short animated campaign to prevent peoples against cholera ! this some examples of ways to contact it and prevent it
    I've learned quite a lot while I was working on it ...

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  • Beyond Malaria

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    Now that there are point-of-care rapid diagnostic tests for malaria, health care providers face a new and daunting challenge. If a malaria test comes back negative, what might be the culprit? NEJM Quick Take animation summarizes a new report on febrile children in Tanzania.

    See the NEJM article, Beyond Malaria — Causes of Fever in Outpatient Tanzanian Children:

  • UNICEF GHANA - Cholera animation

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    The animation on cholera is being produced with the objectives to cover transmission, prevention, signs, and care in a simple and accessible way. The rationale for this C4D product is also to have the Ghanaian cultural context embedded into a video so that people can easily relate to. The animation is telling the story of Kwame, a young guy trying to change his behavior and contribute to social change in his community.

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  • The Story of Cholera: Tagalog

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    Global Health Media Project and Yoni Goodman
    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com). This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Narration: Joanna Lagera Chin

    Translation: Zero Mella MD, Joanna Lagera Chin

    Recording and additional support: Carole Parker, Gary Green

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

  • The Story of Cholera

    4:27

    The Story of Cholera is a short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman

    This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a ready made ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    The broadcasting of The Story of Cholera is supported by the Ministry of Health and Social Services and UNICEF Namibia.

  • Cholera

    2:10

    The cholera outbreak that struck Algeria this month is now confined to one of six areas originally affected and the number of hospital patients is falling. Videographic on cholera.VIDEOGRAPHIC

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  • Organ Story

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    Organ Story is a dark musical tale following the lives of the internal organs of an average bloke named Lloyd.


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  • History follows a pattern every 100 years for Pandemic diseases| Coronavirus prevention and symptoms

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    #breakthechain
    #StayHome
    #WithMe
    #1720
    #1820
    #1920
    #2020
    Kindly note that an average between every 100 years is given for all major epidemic diseases. Please see the description for accurate years and check the link from Wikipedia for sources


    1720-The Great Plague of Marseille
    The disease arrived on a merchant ship called the Grand Saint Antoine at French port city of Marseille. It carried infected passengers from Middle East and unloaded its cargo which contained rat fleas. Plague-carrying rat fleas soon spread across the city, sparking an epidemic. Plague walls” were even built to try to and contain the infection, but it still spilled over into southern France before finally disappearing in 1722. By then, it had killed roughly 100,000 people.

    1817-1824 (Cholera)- average (1820)
    The first cholera pandemic 1820 also known as the first Asiatic cholera pandemic or Asiatic cholera, began near the city of Calcutta (India) stemming from contaminated rice and spread throughout Southeast Asia to the Middle East, eastern Africa and the Mediterranean coast. Cholera highest death rate was in Thailand, Indonesia (killing 100,000 people on the island of Java alone) and the Philippines.

    1918-1919 (Spanish Flu)- average (1920)
    France was the epic centre of Spanish flu. It first originated in a hospital, overcrowded camp which was an ideal site for the spreading of a respiratory virus. The hospital treated thousands of victims of chemical attacks, and other casualties of war, and 100,000 soldiers passed through the camp every day. It also was home to a piggery, and poultry was regularly brought in for food supplies from surrounding villages. Significant precursor virus, harbored in birds, mutated and then migrated to pigs kept near the front. The death toll is estimated to have been anywhere from 50 million to100 million, making it one of the deadliest epidemics in human history

    2019-2020 (Coronaviru)- average (2020)

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  • Cholera - Patient Education

    1:36

    Cholera

    Pathogen: Vibrio cholerae
    Gram-negative, oxidase positive, curved bacterium with a single polar flagellum → produces cholera toxin

    Cholera toxin stimulates adenylate cyclase via activation of Gs → increased cyclic AMP → increased ion secretion (mainly chloride)

    Transmission: Fecal-oral
    Undercooked seafood or contaminated water (e.g., non-segregated drinking water and sewage systems)

    Infectivity: Acid-labile (grows well in an alkaline medium); High infective dose required (over 108 pathogens)

    Clinical features
    Low-grade fever; vomiting
    Profuse 'rice-water' stools

    Diagnosis: dipstick (rapid test; initial test); stool culture (confirmatory)

    Treatment
    Urgent fluid replacement

    Complications
    Severe dehydration

    #cholera #cholerapatient #cholerapatienteducation #choleratreatment #cholerasymptoms #whatischolera #choleraanimation #choleravideo

  • The Story of Cholera: Nepali

    4:29

    Global Health Media Project and Yoni Goodman
    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com). This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Translation: Laurence Shakya and Bishnu Kalpit

    Narration: Nabin Dahal

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

  • Explainer: How does cholera affect your body

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    Cholera is a water-borne, acute gastrointestinal infection caused by the Vibrio cholerae bacterium. It is transmitted by contaminated water or food, or direct contact with contaminated surfaces.

    It is estimated that cholera affects between 3 and 5 million people annually and kills about 100,000.

  • Cholera

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    Videographic on cholera. Zimbabwe has banned public gatherings in the capital Harare following a cholera outbreak that has claimed at least 21 lives and left hundreds of people ill.VIDEOGRAPHIC

  • The Story of Cholera: Swahili for Tanzania

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    Global Health Media Project and Yoni Goodman
    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com). This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

  • The story of cholera

    4:04

    Cholera is an infectious disease that causes severe watery diarrhea, which can lead todehydration and even death if untreated. It is caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with a bacterium called Vibrio cholerae.

    Cholera was prevalent in the U.S. in the 1800s, before modern water and sewage treatment systems eliminated its spread by contaminated water. Only about 10 cases of cholera are reported each year in the U.S. and half of these are acquired abroad. Rarely, contaminated seafood has caused cholera outbreaks in the U.S. However, cholera outbreaks are still a serious problem in other parts of the world. At least 150,000 cases are reported to the World Health Organization each year.

  • The Story of Cholera

    4:29

    In conjunction with The Global Health Media Project, FilmAid presents The Story of Cholera, intended to educate people on Cholera prevention.

  • The Story of Cholera: English with subtitles

    4:29

    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman

    This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt , and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

  • Kisah tentang Cholera indonesia

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    Video ini di buat untuk mempromosikan kesehatan dan tidak ada niat untuk mengubah dari video yang asli.


    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt , and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    This video has been submitted to the 2017 CUGH Global Health video competition.




    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss


    Category
    Film & Animation


    License
    Standard YouTube License

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  • Story of cholera Somali version 2016

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  • The Story of Cholera

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    The Story of Cholera, Short Video in Arabic, show how to prevent from cholera

  • Cholera – you can fight it too!

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    Cholera is an acute diarrhoeal infection contracted by consuming food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. It affects both children and adults and can kill within hours if not treated.

    A short animated video that provide's information about Cholera, symptoms, transmission, signs, treatment and what could be done to prevent contamination in a simple and dramatic style.

    Concept & production by YAT Communication for WHO-EMRO

    #YAT_Communication
    #Reliable_Partner
    #Cholera #Story_of_Cholera
    #Cholera_animation

    for the Arabic version

  • காலராவின் கதை / The Story Of Cholera in Tamil / K.Srinath / Social Awareness 2020

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    காலராவின் கதை

    The Story Of Cholera in Tamil / K.Srinath / Social Awareness 2020

  • THE STORY OF CHOLERA

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    What is cholera? paano ito maiiwasan. At anong symptoms nito

  • The Story of Cholera: Somali

    5:18

    Global Health Media Project and Yoni Goodman
    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com). This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.

    Director: Yoni Goodman

    Producer: Deborah Van Dyke

    Story: Deborah Van Dyke, Yoni Goodman

    Design: Yoni Goodman

    Animation: Yoni Goodman, Sefi Gayego

    Music and Sound Effects: Uri Kalian

    Narration: supported by UNICEF Somalia

    Special Thanks: Mark Binder, Peter Cardellichio, Ron Koss

  • STORY OF CHOLERA

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    #Cholera
    Dan Gajeren labari ne akan cutar kwalara da yadda take yaduwa da kuma yadda zaka kare kanka daga kamuwa da cutar

  • The story of cholera

    4:44

    Niugonjwa hatali sana na unaitaji tahadhali wengi wamekufa unao sababishwa na vimelea vya uchavu kutok mwilini lazima tuakikishe tunaepukana nao kwa kujiweka safi madhingira yetu kama ilivyo katik video yetu hii fupi

  • A story of cholera - Official Twake Production

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  • Cholera Epidemic of 1873

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    In 1873, just two years after its founding, Birmingham, was beset by a cholera epidemic that killed 128 people. The disease spread quickly through the city’s water supply. As the death toll rose, people flooded out of the city. The local economy was devastated by the loss of population and sharp decline in property values, leading city leaders to improve Birmingham's sanitary systems and water works.

  • Fosmo Med Cholera Story

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    Short version of Fosmo Med story about help curing Cholera around the world.

  • KILLER DISEASES | A History of Cholera

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    An introduction to 14 diseases commonly treated by MSF. In this video we look at the history of cholera.

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  • हात स्वच्छ धुण्याचे महत्त्व // Story of cholera in Marathi

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    Here is a story of cholera to show children importance of proper hand washing.

    लहान मुलांना हात स्वच्छ धुण्याचे महत्व या व्हिडिओ द्वारे पटवून देण्यात आलेले आहे.

  • THE STORY OF CHOLERA

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    فديو يوضح كيفية انتشار مرض الكوليرا وطرق الوقاية والعلاج بعد انتشاره في بغداد _ناحية ابو غريب





    وكالة-بناء-الخبرية/timeline/?ref=hl

  • Yemens starving now face worlds worst cholera outbreak | ITV News

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    The severely starved young victims of the world's biggest humanitarian crisis are now under threat from the worst recorded cholera outbreak in history, as witnessed in disturbing new footage filmed by ITV News.

    The western Asian nation of Yemen has been blighted by a civil war now in its third year and is staving off looming famine through foreign aid alone.

    Subscribe for more from the ITV News team:

  • Cholera outbreak is claiming lives - Dr Nipunie Rajapakse

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    The cholera outbreak in worn-torn Yemen has claimed more than 1,300 lives, according to the World Health Organization and UNICEF. The two organizations have issued a joint statement saying, We are now facing the worst cholera outbreak in the world.

    Cholera is an infectious diseases usually spread through food or water contaminated with the bacterium Vibrio cholerae., and can spread rapidly in areas with inadequate treatment of sewage and drinking water.

    Dr. Nipunie Rajapakse, a Mayo Clinic pediatric infectious diseases specialist, says, It is possible to get the infection and have only mild symptoms or no symptoms at all. However, 5-10% of people who are infected will develop severe symptoms which can include profuse watery diarrhea, vomiting, dehydration and shock. Approximately half the people with cholera die. With treatment, the number of fatalities drops to less than 1 percent. Severely dehydrated people may also need intravenous fluids.

    Dr. Rajapakse says, Cholera is very rare in the United States and cases here are usually in travelers who acquired it elsewhere. However, outbreaks continue occur in areas of the world that do not have reliable access to safe water, sanitation and other measures in place to prevent the spread of infections like this.

    More health and medical news on the Mayo Clinic News Network

  • Sonia Shah - Keynote - Pandemic - Tracking Contagions from cholera to Ebola and beyond

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    Watch on LabRoots at
    In this talk, Sonia Shah interweaves history and original reportage to explore the origins of epidemics, drawing parallels between the story of cholera—one of history’s most disruptive and deadly pathogens—and the new pathogens that stalk humankind today, from Ebola and avian influenza to drug-resistant superbugs.

    Over 300 infectious diseases have newly emerged or re-emerged in new territory over the past 50 years, and 90% of epidemiologists expect that one of them will cause a disruptive, deadly pandemic sometime in the next two generations.
    To reveal how that might happen, Shah tracks each stage of cholera’s dramatic journey from harmless microbe to world-changing pandemic, from its 1817 emergence in the South Asian hinterlands to its rapid dispersal across the 19th-century world and its latest beachhead in Haiti. She reports on the pathogens following in cholera’s footsteps, emerging from China’s wet markets and the surgical wards of New Delhi to the slums of Port-au-Prince and the suburban backyards of the East Coast.
    By delving into the convoluted science, strange politics, and checkered history of one of the world’s deadliest diseases, Shah reveals what the next contagion might look like—and what we can do to prevent it.

  • The Causes of Cholera

    3:58

    In which John discusses cholera, its many causes, and why we aren't hearing much about the cholera epidemic in Yemen, the worst outbreak of the disease since at least 1949. LEARN MORE:

    The WHO's overview of the crisis in Yemen, including coverage of malnutrition and cholera:

    Save the Children's coverage of the crisis in Yemen and their interventions:

    UNICEF statement about the nearly two million children in Yemen experiencing acute malnourishment, which puts them at higher risk for cholera and other life threatening illnesses:

    New York Times coverage of the outbreak and the healthcare workers who are going unpaid:

    Some background on the war in Yemen (with a decidedly American slant) from the Atlantic:

    Background on the Yemeni Civil War from al-jazeera:

    Graphs in this video taken from the amazing our world in data: The Burden of Disease section is particularly helpful for looking at long term trends in health and disease:

    Thanks to Rosianna Halse Rojas for help gathering research on this topic, and to Emma Luthi Price for suggesting the video.

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  • The Story of Cholera Nepali

    4:29

    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com). This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt, and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available. However, a solution prepared with a readymade ORS packet is the first choice if supplies are available.
    Please share if you like it...

  • The story of cholera

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    This video is only for social awareness
    Not earning purpose
    #health

  • కరోనావైరస్ యొక్క కధ · భాగం 1 | The Story of Coronavirus · Part 1

    2:40

    Produced by Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman. Download link:


    Telugu translation and narration: Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay

    Content review provided by experts from CDC, IFRC and UNICEF.

    Part 1 of this animated film follows two people who go to a market and shows how they spread the virus to others. Eventually, their whole neighborhood gets infected. The film then explains ways we can protect ourselves and those around us. The story will continue in Part 2, in which a woman gets sick. Her family stays home so they don’t infect others, and shows the rules to follow to care for her safely.

    The film makes the invisible coronavirus visible, and helps people grasp transmission in a simple and visual way. Through our experience with our animated films on cholera and Ebola, we learned that the image of the visible germ stays with people, helping them make the necessary behavior changes to protect themselves and others and prevent the disease from spreading.

    This film is intended to help meet the need for better education and awareness that is critical in slowing and reversing the spread of this disease worldwide.

    Director & Animator: Yoni Goodman

    Producer & Story: Deborah Van Dyke

    Associate producers: Peter Cardellichio, Mark Binder

    English narration: Ayesha Casely-Hayford
    Music, Sound FX and Mix: Uri Kalian, Sweetsound

    This animation was produced with support from TEPHINET (Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network), LDSC (Latter-day Saint Charities), IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies), and our individual and family donors from the Mad River Valley, Vermont, and beyond.

    Copyright © 2020 Global Health Media Project

  • Story of Cholera

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  • #Newcartoon The Story of Cholera Intu Mintu London Maa cartoon Nepal

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    New cartoon
    so funny cartoo
    super comedy

  • The story of Cholera : in Rohingya

    4:34

    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project .

    This film makes visible the invisible cholera germs as a young boy shows how to help the sick and guides his village in preventing the spread of cholera.

    The film shows how to make the basic homemade oral rehydration solution using sugar, salt , and safe water as these items were felt to be most widely available .

    Rohingya narration by : Abdullah Siddeeq
    Translate by : Emran Abullkalam , Abdullah siddeeq and mohammed zubeer
    Supervised by : Myanmar muslim students union

  • the story of cholera

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    the story of cholera

    Ito ay para sa lahat ng tao na kailangan lagi tayong malinis sa katawan at dapat plagi tayong malinis sa ating kapaligiran,para maiwasan ang mga malulubhang sakit.

  • Cholera

    4:07

    In this video we look at Vibrio cholera as a typical prokaryote, and see how the cholera toxin causes dehydration.

    For AQA AS Level students studying Unit 1: Biology & Disease.

  • கொரோனா வைரஸின் கதை · பகுதி 1 | The Story of Coronavirus · Part 1

    2:40

    Produced by Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman. Download link:


    Tamil translation and narration: Spoken Tutorial Project, IIT Bombay

    Content review provided by experts from CDC, IFRC and UNICEF.

    Part 1 of this animated film follows two people who go to a market and shows how they spread the virus to others. Eventually, their whole neighborhood gets infected. The film then explains ways we can protect ourselves and those around us. The story will continue in Part 2, in which a woman gets sick. Her family stays home so they don’t infect others, and shows the rules to follow to care for her safely.

    The film makes the invisible coronavirus visible, and helps people grasp transmission in a simple and visual way. Through our experience with our animated films on cholera and Ebola, we learned that the image of the visible germ stays with people, helping them make the necessary behavior changes to protect themselves and others and prevent the disease from spreading.

    This film is intended to help meet the need for better education and awareness that is critical in slowing and reversing the spread of this disease worldwide.

    Director & Animator: Yoni Goodman

    Producer & Story: Deborah Van Dyke

    Associate producers: Peter Cardellichio, Mark Binder

    English narration: Ayesha Casely-Hayford
    Music, Sound FX and Mix: Uri Kalian, Sweetsound

    This animation was produced with support from TEPHINET (Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network), LDSC (Latter-day Saint Charities), IFRC (International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies), and our individual and family donors from the Mad River Valley, Vermont, and beyond.

    Copyright © 2020 Global Health Media Project

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  • The Story of Cholera: Nepali

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    A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project in collaboration with Yoni Goodman . This film makes visible the invisible.

    Global Health Media Project and Yoni Goodman A short animated film produced by the Global Health Media Project (globalhealthmedia.org) in collaboration with Yoni Goodman (yonigoodman.com)..

    The animation on cholera is being produced with the objectives to cover transmission, prevention, signs, and care in a simple and accessible way. The rationale for this C4D product is also.

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