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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 what Emily Underwood, a 2017 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow, uncovered when she interviewed Yezidi refugees driven out of Iraq.
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Fight Trachoma Jan 19
What an honor it was to interview and talk about his journey to through partnerships!
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The Carter Center Jan 19
Carter Center working to kill this disease
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Nicholas Kristof Jan 19
Awesome news: The reports that there have been no new cases of Guinea Worm in South Sudan for 13 months. Getting close to eradicating an ancient scourge globally, thanks to heroic work by Pres Carter over many years.
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The Carter Center Jan 19
Global eradication campaign numbers are in for 2017: 30 cases in isolated areas of Chad and Ethiopia.
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The Carter Center Jan 19
Kind words from Steven Pinker about Dr. Don Hopkins, a Guinea worm warrior!
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The Carter Center Jan 19
Statement from President Carter on the Passing of Stansfied Turner
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The Carter Center Jan 18
Sharing info on this important Award from the National Press Foundation.
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The Carter Center Jan 18
RSVP now for a "Protecting Mental Health" Feb. 8 Conversation. Hear a talk on ways to protect and advance policies that support access to . Watch webcast & tweet using
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The Carter Center Jan 17
Why does much of the world overlook or ignore most diseases of poverty? Listen to an interview with Dr. Frank Richards.
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The Carter Center Jan 17
Why the world ignores diseases of poverty # via
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African Union Peace Jan 16
The is committed to doing its job as Independent Observer in the Implementation of the Algiers Agreement for Peace & Reconciliation in , with independence and impartiality: Amb. Lisa Williams, Carter Center's Special Advisor for Mali.
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The Carter Center Jan 16
Carter Center announces Bisa Williams will spearhead efforts as official independent observer of ’s 2015 Peace Agreement
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The Carter Center Jan 16
Carter Center Launches Effort as Independent Observer of Peace Agreement
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The Carter Center Jan 16
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The Carter Center Jan 16
Because schistosomiasis—a parasitic infection that damages internal organs—mainly affects children, the Nigerian government’s strategy is to distribute treatment through schools.
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Al Jalila Foundation Jan 16
works with to raise awareness, reduce stigma and end discrimination against those living with mental illness in the .
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HarvardPublicHealth Jan 15
. shares five tips for communicating effectively about public health
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The Carter Center Jan 15
President Carter, who is close with the King family, said that is "the greatest leader that my native state - and perhaps my native country - has ever produced."
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The Carter Center Jan 15
"The crucial question of our time is how to overcome oppression and violence without resorting to oppression and violence." President Carter quotes in this timeless video.
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