Real Lives, Real Change

Meet Olivia Stewart

A Center-sponsored workshop on accessing government information gave Olivia Stewart of New Georgia Estate, Liberia, the confidence she needed to track down and apply for a grant. When she won, Stewart invested the money in her microlending business with a focus on improving the lives of women in her low-income community.

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A nongovernmental organization, The Carter Center has helped to improve life for people in more than 80 countries by resolving conflicts; advancing democracy and human rights; preventing diseases; and improving mental health care.

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  • Trachoma Control

    Health Programs

    A landmark study in which The Carter Center is participating could radically change the public health model in the developing world and save lives.

  • Carter Center Podcast

    Carter Center Podcast

    Even though the DRC is rich in natural resources, its people are among the poorest in world. Find out why and what The Carter Center recommends.

  • Democracy Program

    Democracy Program

    The Center and Emory’s Institute for Developing Nations host a panel discussion highlighting violence against women in politics and elections.

  • Mental Health Journalism

    Mental Health Journalism

    Learn how Rosalynn Carter fellows leverage social media to connect with readers, build engaged communities, and fight stigma around mental illness.