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‘Caregiving Became My Identity’

2020-2021 Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow Christie Diez shares her story of loss, grief, and strength on the Carter Center's Instagram account after her father's Alzheimer’s disease diagnosis.

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  • From the Blog

    Center Observes Georgia Audit

    In November, the state of Georgia undertook the largest hand tally of election ballots ever performed in the United States. And The Carter Center had a front-row seat.

  • From the CEO

    From the CEO

    The coronavirus cannot keep us from pursuing the goal of a healthier, more peaceful world, says Carter Center CEO Paige Alexander.

  • Inform Women, Transform Lives

    Inform Women, Transform Lives

    The Center has launched a groundbreaking global campaign to help ensure that women can seek and receive information from their governments.

  • From the Blog

    From the Blog

    Recently, the Nigeria Public Health Training Initiative successfully transitioned from a Carter Center-assisted project to local ownership in six states in Nigeria.