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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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Read about a Carter Center partnership with the Nigerian government and others that helps give boys like Gideon the future they deserve.
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Ten-year-old Gideon Abraham likes playing soccer and thinks about becoming president of Nigeria one day. A trained volunteer at his school realized he might have schistosomiasis, a disabling disease that affects many children.
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The Carter Center Aug 21
If you want to understand how Guinea worm disease affects lives and the huge progress made to eradicate it since 1986, watch this talk by Trachoma Program Director Kelly Callahan, who shares insights from her previous work on disease in Sudan.
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The Carter Center Aug 20
On , see how works with partners and the govt. in Haiti & the Dominican Republic to rid the countries of two debilitating mosquito-borne diseases.
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The Carter Center Aug 19
See the latest on the Center Center’s work with partners to eliminate trachoma and river blindness in our Eye of the Eagle newsletter.
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The Carter Center Aug 19
How can human rights defenders be protected in ? Watch this video interview with Gimena Sanchez-Garzoli of the Washington Office on Latin America.
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Janice Cooper Aug 19
Happening now!!!! CFUH petitions Liberia House of Representatives for Mental Health funding, support and human rights! Honorable Chambers expected to receive. MH service users waiting for hours to be received.
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The Carter Center Aug 19
In Liberia today, the Cultivation For Users Hope group presented a petition to the government to allocate of 5% of health budget for mental health activities. Mental health is a human right.
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The Carter Center Aug 19
Today we honor humanitarians and human rights defenders across the globe. Meet people who are helping to bolster human rights and build a peaceful world.
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Jimmy Carter Library Aug 19
Coming to ? Show your badge and get $2 off admission to 's museum, including ! Kids 16 & under FREE. Offer valid thru 9/2/19. 1st 100 people Fri-Sat, 8/30-31, get a free comic!
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J. A. Garfield NHS Aug 18
First Lady birthday today: Rosalynn Smith Carter, wife of 39th President Jimmy Carter, born in Plains, GA 92 years ago: Aug. 18, 1927. First Lady of the United States 1977-81. Follow our colleagues at to learn more!
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Dothan Eagle Aug 18
Photos: Happy 92nd birthday, Rosalynn Carter. A look at the life of the former first lady.
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Times-Dispatch Aug 18
Photos: Happy 92nd birthday, Rosalynn Carter. A look at the life of the former first lady.
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Nancy R Bowers Aug 18
"Kindness is the connection that links us all together and strengthens the bonds within our communities, neighborhoods, and families." ~ Rosalynn Carter
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Habitat for Humanity Aug 18
Wishing supporter and former First Lady, Rosalynn Carter a very happy 92nd birthday! 🎈 🎉
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Jimmy Carter Library Aug 18
Wheeee! It’s former First Lady Rosalynn Carter’s 92nd Birthday! She celebrated her 51st birthday by taking a ride in the and remembered it 39 years later in !
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Jimmy Carter Library Aug 18
Happy 92nd Birthday to Rosalynn Carter! The former first lady was born Eleanor Rosalynn Smith 8/18/1927 in Plains, GA. Read some of the highlights of her remarkable life on our website: We hope she has a wonderful day!
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Skyland Trail Aug 18
Happy 92nd birthday to one of the world's biggest mental health advocates, Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter.
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Richard Sacchetti Aug 18
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Mrs. Carter our beautiful first lady!! I hope you have a beautiful day!!! GOD'S BLESSINGS TO YOU AND PRESIDENT CARTER AND ALL OF YOUR FAMILY!!!!
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Wilfred S. Gwaikolo, Aug 18
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Happy birthday Mrs. Carter. More good years to go.
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