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Our long-term observers have been on the ground in Guyana for several weeks. Check out some of their photos.

Be sure to follow @CarterGuyanaEOM for more updates. #GuyanaDecides

When Rosalynn Carter was 12, her father became terminally ill. She saw firsthand that caregivers can feel isolated & experience emotional distress.

On #NationalCaregiversDay, we salute all caregivers. Please #ThankACaregiver today. Kindness helps. @RCICaregiving

A new study examines the relationship between malaria and malnutrition in children in Niger. It’s possible that the existence of one may predispose or exacerbate the other.

The Carter Center is an author in this newly published study by @AJTMH. https://t.co/Lfdl63S8mM

ICYMI: Uganda Community Goes from Misery to Joy ➡️ “I remember one morning people from Kampala and Nebbi district headquarters came with measuring sticks and boxes of Mectizan®” Ocopcan told me. https://t.co/2epKwQJgCc @CarterCenter @USAIDGH

On Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. ET, come hear panelists @cartercenter discuss why the Arab Spring seemed to have more success in Tunisia than in other countries.

Info on free tickets and webcast for this event is below. https://t.co/rZu6fSeLnn #CarterCenterArabSpring

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The Arab Spring is said to have begun in Dec. 2010 when a 26-year-old man in Tunisia protested his inability to get a food stand permit to support his family. He set himself on fire in front of a government building, which touched off uprisings across the Middle East.

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When Illinois journo @CTHerman heard about @CarterCenter's mental health journalism fellowships, she hadn't report much on mental health.

But "I knew having extra support and training... would be really beneficial." So she applied.

You should, too: https://t.co/fkdr80TNCs

This Friday is National Caregivers Day. Please consider sharing your story and word of thanks on social media for the caregivers in your life, and use #ThankACaregiver. We look forward to sharing your gratitude with others!

#NationalCaregiversDay #RosalynnCarter

“God gives us the capacity for choice. We can choose to alleviate suffering. We can choose to work together for peace. We can make these changes – and we must.“

– Jimmy Carter, Nobel Peace Prize lecture

#PresidentsDay

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