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Kelly Callahan
Global Elimination Trachoma. NTDs. Director, Trachoma Control Program, . U.S. Peace Corps. . Views are my own.
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John P. Hussman Aug 23
Kelly Callahan is one of the people I admire most.
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Kelly Callahan Aug 24
Replying to @hussmanjp
Awwww...thank you; but I’m only as good as the sum of our parts: our support (you!), our amazing field teams, our volunteers and our Atlanta peeps!!
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CreativeMornings/ATL Aug 20
We're so thankful for you, Kelly! This talk was important and captivating ✨
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The Carter Center Aug 22
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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Doug Shipman Aug 21
One of my Sheros right here—- through her work has literally helped millions of people live longer and better lives around the world
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Kelly Callahan Aug 22
Replying to @DougShip @CarterCenter
Aw... if following my heart makes me a shero, especially in your eyes, I’ll take it!! Life is easy when you follow your heart...
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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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ErieNiagaraMilitaryMinistry Aug 7
RT CarterCenter: RT ITIatlanta: Habari (Hello) from !!!! Thrilled for the first day of the 5th Annual Eastern Africa NTD/Trachoma Cross-Border Partnership Meeting to ! This year's theme is "Looking Beyond 2020"! ⁩
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The Pew Trusts Aug 7
Even today, clean water access remains a global issue, with some people paying 15X more for water because they aren’t connected to the infrastructure. Matt Damon & Gary White from discuss what can be done to bridge the gap in our magazine:
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Dr. Teshome Gebre Aug 7
The 5th Eastern Africa NTD/Trachoma cross border meeting underway ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Kelly Callahan Aug 7
The hardest working bunch of people are those with focus, purpose and determination!! Eliminating trachoma as a public health problem makes us happy!! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jeff Mares Jul 26
Inspiring story of disease eradication from of and a challenge to do our best and make it a priority to help those most in need. Thanks to for hosting this a.m.
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Kelly Callahan Jul 26
What an amazing morning at CreativeMornings/ATL!! The theme was “END” - so it was all about Guinea Worm disease eradication!! Honored and humbled!! ⁦Thank you Blake and Molly!! ⁩ ⁦
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Tiffany Yu (she/her) Jul 26
“Everyone should have access to clean water.” -
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Tiffany Yu (she/her) Jul 26
“Neglected tropical diseases impacts 1.2 billion people but only receives 1% of international funding.” -
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Tiffany Yu (she/her) Jul 26
“This disease should no longer exist.” -
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PLOS Channels Jul 22
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Paul Milliken Jul 21
President Carter's message this morning -- we choose to be the kind of people we want to be. We can choose to be disciples of peace, love, and equality.
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ICTC Jul 20
In 2018, 53% of districts received antibiotics for trachoma reaching 89.1milion, thanks to the generosity of drugs donated by through ! We must continue to partner with the sector to ensure gains made to are sustained.
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The Carter Center Jul 19
“Prevalence of trachoma within refugee camps serving South Sudanese refugees in White Nile State, Sudan: Results from population-based surveys”
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