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Meet Hubert Zirimwabagabo

As the Carter Center’s country representative for Chad, in Africa’s semi-arid Sahel region, Dr. Hubert Zirimwabagabo leads a team of scientists and village volunteers battling Guinea worm, a disease of poverty, in one of its last strongholds.

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