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Ebola: A Poem for the Living (English, version 4)

United Methodist Communications, Chocolate Moose Media and iheed have collaborated to produce an animated video for use in West Africa that helps dispel myths about how Ebola is spread and promotes prevention of the disease. 

Chocolate Moose Media is a multi-award winning media production company, specializing in media for social change.

The executive producer of the video is iheed, a mobile-health-education innovator.

Credits

Co-Creator, Director and Story Editor: Firdaus Kharas
Co-Creator and Writer: Brent Quinn
Original Music and Sound Design: Andrew Huggett
Executive Producers: Neelley Hicks / Kunal D. Patel / Firdaus Kharas / R. K. Chand
Artha Animation Creative Head: Gaurav Malhotra / Head of Operations: Akhil Verma
Designing Lead: Prashant Shikare / Animation Lead: Yogesh Kawale
Animation Team: Mahendra Kawale / Rahul Jain / Rohan Bhalerao / Suraj Kumar / Kishor Dabolker / Tushar Moleshwari

The video is being distributed under a Creative Commons license for free use, non-commercial, without derivatives and with attribution.

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