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Meet Huda Shafig

Huda Shafig is an activist working to increase the role of women in the peace process in Sudan, where The Carter Center has worked for decades to try to help bring about lasting peace.

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  • Field Notes

    Field Notes

    A record number of sight-saving surgeries in Ethiopia's Amhara region improves lives and inspires Trachoma Program staff.

  • Countdown to Zero

    Countdown to Zero

    "Countdown" exhibition at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library explores scientific and social innovations that are ridding the world of ancient diseases.

  • 100&Change

    100&Change

    MacArthur Foundation’s Cecilia Conrad discusses the Center’s bold proposal to eliminate river blindness in Nigeria.

  • Democracy Lives On

    Democracy Lives On

    Latin America and Caribbean Program intern Jake Turner reflects on his experience observing Colombia's plebiscite vote and lessons learned.