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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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Uganda has announced it has freed two new regions from river blindness. Nearly 1.5 million people in total are now free of the disease. The Center has worked with Uganda’s Ministry of Health and our partners since 1996 to stop river blindness in Uganda.
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Greg Kehailia 20h
: After the training of observers from Mandalay, Shan and Magway, The was last week in Chin State to support the New Myanmar Foundation in training domestic election observers to monitor the by-elections of November 2018. More to come.
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The Carter Center Aug 13
Dr. Daffalla in Sudan's Federal Ministry of Health mentions the importance of partnerships to help improve maternal & child health in Sudan. Together with Sudan's govt. & our partners, our Public Health Training Initiative bolsters health & science educator skills.
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The Carter Center Aug 11
The Democratic Republic of Congo has more than half of the global supply of cobalt, yet its people are among the poorest in the world. Listen to this podcast to hear how we work with partners to make this industry benefit the public.
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IDN Emory Aug 10
Report: Chile's Bachelet to be next UN human rights chief
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The Carter Center Aug 10
Our Sudan Public Health Training Initiative gives science & health educators training and equipment to improve maternal and child health care in rural areas. Students here are learning about statistics and sampling.
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Today In GA History Aug 9
in 1999 President Bill Clinton awarded both Jimmy & Rosalynn Carter the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
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Professor Pamela Scully Aug 8
Join me and in our course Understanding Violence. Learn from President Jimmy Carter, other professors, and our partners in changing the world around the world!
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The Carter Center Aug 9
Congratulations to these new mental health !
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The Carter Center Aug 8
Check out our NEW Conversations series for 2018-2019. You can register online to attend in person at The Carter Center or watch free via webcasts and social media.
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Fight Trachoma Aug 8
It made our day to see this in the today in !! is the first country to in . Many congrats to Ghana!!! 🇬🇭 Read more here:
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The Carter Center Aug 8
We are excited to announce our new Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellows from Colombia. Our are making a difference in mental health stigma, knowledge, and policies. English & Spanish press releases are below.
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UGA CAES Alumni Aug 7
CAES Alumni Association announces the 2018 Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame Honoree: President Jimmy Carter President Carter's Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame induction will be during the 64th UGA CAES Alumni Association Awards and Hall of Fame Induction this fall.
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Sightsavers Aug 7
Thanks to strong collaboration between partners on different levels, Ghana reached a huge milestone when they eliminated blinding trachoma in June this year:
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Greg Kehailia Aug 7
Myanmar 2018 by-elections are coming. The supports the New Myanmar Foundation in training domestic election observers to monitor the by-elections. A first training was held this week for short-term observers to be deployed in Mandalay, Shan, Magway. More to come.
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Kelly Callahan Aug 7
WHO hands Ghana THE certificate of validation of elimination of trachoma as a public health problem!!
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The Carter Center Aug 6
The Carter Center works with partners & health ministries in six African countries to eliminate trachoma, the world’s leading cause of preventable blindness. This 13-year-old girl is waiting for a screening in the Zinder Region of Niger.
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The Carter Center Aug 5
What do you have faith in? We asked human rights defenders at our recent "Restoring " conference to share their thoughts.
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Jordan D. Ryan Aug 5
Great to meet the dynamic Djibouti Minister of Finance Dawaleh and to have his active participation in discussions.Djibouti’s commitment to peace and development will be central in efforts to foster US/China/Africa cooperation and understanding.
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Nicole Carr Aug 3
Former GM Tim McVay reading a congratulatory letter from President Carter to our Jocelyn Dorsey on her retirement after 45 years .
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