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Founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter & Rosalynn Carter with , the Center wages peace, fights disease, & builds hope worldwide.
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The Carter Center 12h
Liberia is 1 of 15 countries launching a campaign to demand more action on @ . With partners & the Liberian govt., has trained over 250 mental health clinicians to Liberian adults & children.
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The Carter Center 13h
Mental health care should be accessible for everyone, no matter where you live. Follow to learn how to empower & educate citizens and leaders. Demand action at . .
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Speak Your Mind 14h
.: is so important because we must listen. Now there is momentum to stop this silent killer. There is interest from all corners, including . We must remember there is no universal health coverage without
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The Carter Center 14h
It's inspiring to see Rev. Bill Jallah, a community leader in Liberia with lived experience, speaking at . As head of , Rev. Jallah has championed a vital perspective in Liberia's mental health policy.
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Cynthia Germanotta 14h
Replying to @gospeakyourmind
Closing today by sharing the three core values of ! Learn more and pledge to at
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Speak Your Mind 14h
One of our Liberia campaigners, Reverend Bill Jallah puts a question to the reception: What could happen if all the great potential lying dormant within people with conditions could be let out?
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The Carter Center 15h
Looks like it was a great event!
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Alison Brunier 18h
Great to meet up again with advocates, Bill from Liberia and Peter from Ghana, who are in Geneva for the launch of the campaign and ’s event ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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The Carter Center May 18
Statement on Jimmy Carter Teaching Sunday School
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Speak Your Mind May 16
This weekend, people from around the world are uniting to call for . Tune in on Sunday to find out more and take action with them. It's time for the world to listen. It's time to .
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Speak Your Mind May 18
Tomorrow we take action on by launching a nationally driven, globally united campaign at . Join global campaigners in and pledge your voice at for . It's time to .
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The Carter Center May 17
The Carter Center is working in Mexico to strengthen human rights systems and connect human rights defenders with national entities that protect human rights. Click on this slideshow to learn more.
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Carter Fellows May 16
After '17-'18 Fellow slid back down into the dark hole of severe depression, her psychiatrist suggested transcranial magnetic stimulation. This is her story: (published March 2018 in )
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The Carter Center May 16
Health Update on Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter
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The Carter Center May 15
We appreciate these kind words from our valued partners!
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Atif Choudhury May 14
's China Program's workshop on exploring opportunities for Africa-US-China trilateral/multilateral engagement in public health has concluded! Thanks to all of the expert panelists and participants, and to our partners at for their outstanding support!
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The Carter Center May 14
Mali Independent Observer Releases New Report on Implementation of the Peace Agreement
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Philomena Orji May 14
continues to work with , , , , , and other partners at the National Onchocerciasis Elimination Committee to develop strategies to in
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RTI fights NTDs May 14
Wishing a speedy recovery to former U.S. President Jimmy Carter! What an honor it is to have him as a champion for efforts. We are glad to continue our partnership with on 's Act to End | East program
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The Carter Center May 13
Statement from The Carter Center on President Carter's Health
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