As the death toll reaches over 4000, the footballer, 39, is set to appear in a video explaining the importance of cleanliness in controlling the epidemic in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea.
Sierra Leone Football Association president, Isha Johansen, told the Sun on Sunday: “To have David Beckham involved in this campaign is massive for us and we are so grateful to him.
“In Sierra Leone, football is a religion. All men, women and children follow a player or a team from the Premier League but David Beckham is the favourite.“
“His sympathetic message will be broadcast across the country and the whole of West Africa, and it will raise the importance of how to fight this disease by simple things like good cleanliness.
“Our country and the whole of West Africa is facing a terrible plight and the numbers who are dying are incredible.