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To Prevent the Spread of an Invisible Killer, Global Health Media Project Animation Makes Cholera Visible

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marketwatch.com - globalhealthmedia.org

WAITSFIELD, Vt., Dec 19, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The Global Health Media Project has collaborated with award-winning animator Yoni Goodman to produce The Story of Cholera. Developed in response to the devastating cholera epidemic that began in Haiti a year ago, the animation will help affected populations around the world better understand cholera and how to prevent it from spreading. The video is available on the web and free of charge to download to mobile devices including iPhones, Android phones, Apple iPads, other tablets and laptop computers.

Click Here - To Download The Story of Cholera for mobile phones

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http://www.marketwatch.com/story/to-prevent-the-spread-of-an-invisible-killer-global-health-media-project-animation-makes-cholera-visible-2011-12-19

High Resolution Flashcards - The Story of Cholera

submitted by Peter Cardellichio - October 2, 2012

The new high resolution flashcards (in Haitian Creole and English) are now on our website.  Just go to bottom of this page to download them:  

http://globalhealthmedia.org/story-of-cholera/videos/

Flashcards for The Story of Cholera - English

by Peter Cardellichio - globalhealthmedia.org - April 25, 2012

Teach to Transform (TTT) is teaching about waterborne illness in developing countries. The organization is using an iPad to show The Story of Cholera video in remote areas to teach people how diarrheal diseases are transmitted and what to do to prevent them.

TTT encourages sustainability so they want local people to be able to share the information and knowledge with other villagers. A volunteer of TTT developed a set of still pictures from our movie—about 50 in all—in flashcard format. The flashcards can be left with local leaders to “spread the word” without the need for equipment that can play the video.

These flashcards are now available for downloading from our website in English and Haitian Creole. We are preparing flashcards for other languages.

http://globalhealthmedia.org/2012/04/25/flashcards-for-the-story-of-cholera/