Real Lives, Real Change

Meet Rosetta “Potential” Quoime

The 40-year-old mother of four is the first female driver for the Carter Center's Access to Justice Project in Liberia – and one of the country's few female professional drivers, period.

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    From the CEO

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    Fighting Malaria with Music

    A Center-sponsored music video featuring top Haitian performers helps to spread the word about the dangers of malaria.