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WiRED wishes to thank the following major funders for their generous support which, along with contributions from many individuals and family foundations, enable WiRED to continue its quiet work of prevention and health training in grassroots communities.

WiRED International Announces the Release of a New Training Program on Ebola

WiRED International has expanded our training program on Ebola with the addition of a module designed for students and their families. The new module reviews Ebola basics, including signs and symptoms, preventive measures and approaches to treatment. The module aims to give teachers, parents and others who work with children a tool to explain Ebola and reduce fear while providing proper precautions and practical measures for populations everywhere vulnerable to the illness.


While WiRED International continues to distribute our original Ebola module in West Africa, we are stepping up our efforts to educate Africans on this deadly disease before it can advance. Read more »



Dr. David Alberts Receives AACR Prevention Pioneer Award


WiRED International congratulates David S. Alberts, M.D., on winning the American Association of Cancer Research (AACR) Prevention Pioneer Award. Dr. Alberts is a member of WiRED’s Honorary Board and an international leader in cancer research. He peer reviews and coordinates peer reviews of cancer modules for WiRED’s Community Health Outreach Program.


Dr. Alberts, University of Arizona Cancer Center director emeritus, received the award during the AACR’s 13th annual International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research in New Orleans Sept. 28 to Oct. 1.


Dr. Alberts’ talk on September 30 was entitled “A funny thing happened to me while trying to cure ovarian cancer: I became a cancer prevention research specialist.”


Throughout his career, Dr. Alberts has focused on translational cancer prevention and treatment research. He has received numerous awards, including AACR’s Cancer Research and Prevention Foundation Award for Excellence in Cancer Prevention Research Worldwide, the Joseph H. Burchenal Clinical Research Award, and the Pioneer Award for lifetime achievement that has shaped the state of Arizona and the biomedical research industry.


See earlier WiRED salute to Dr. Alberts.



WiRED Urges Importance of Preventing Ebola


WiRED is delivering health education and prevention materials about Ebola throughout all of Africa—especially in places at risk of Ebola but not currently affected by it.


WiRED is appealing to everyone who follows our work to help us spread the word globally—even to Americans who must learn about Ebola now that the illness has reached the U.S.


WiRED’s Ebola module—available in English and French—strictly adheres to guidelines of the World Health Organization and of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The module can be accessed on the Internet or downloaded for use on laptops. In addition, the module provides an excellent tool for group training sessions.


What you can do to spread the word:

  • Contact NGOS, medical schools, grammar/high schools—any facility interested in helping people understand Ebola and specifically in teaching people how to prevent it.
  • Share the links below with them, so they can learn and train others about Ebola prevention.
  • Send the training link ( to friends and family and everyone you know, so they can take 30 minutes to learn about Ebola. It may save their lives.

All of our training modules, including Ebola, are free to use. WiRED never charges for any of our health education materials.


You can see the Ebola module here:


Download the Ebola module here:


Need health education? WiRED’s entire health care e-library is free to use and share:




Recipient of the UC Berkeley School of Public Health 2009
Organizational Public Health Hero Award. Read more >
Click here to watch the award ceremony video.