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Rosalynn Carter

Place: Juba, South, Sudan
Date: January 2011
Credit: The Carter Center

Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter observes at a Southern Sudanese polling station in January 2011 during the referendum on the self-determination of Southern Sudan. The Center's delegation led by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, former U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, and Carter Center President and CEO Dr. John Hardman, deployed more than 100 observers across Sudan and to overseas voting locations to assess the referendum process and observe polling, counting, and tabulation.

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Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter opens the annual Symposium on Mental Health Policy. Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter testifies in favor of the Wellstone Act before a House Education and Labor Subcommittee.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter greets children during a Carter Center visit to Tingoli, Ghana. Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter hugs the youngest daughter of the Hlmenlike family.
A young Nigerian girl presents former First Lady Rosalynn Carter with flowers. Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter greets schoolgirls suffering from schistosomiasis.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter organizes observation papers in preparation for poll closing procedures. Former First Lady Mrs. Carter visits Abriendo Puertas, an Annie E. Casey Mental Health Initiative for Urban Children, Miami.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter observes at an Indonesian polling station in June 1999. Rosalynn Carter observes at a Southern Sudanese polling station in January 2011.
Photo of former First Lady and mental health advocate Rosalynn Carter addressing participants in the 2006 Rosalynn Carter Symposium on Mental Health Policy. Rosalynn Carter visits children suffering from schistosomiasis
Rosalynn Carter wears traditional Ghanaian attire, a gift from the chief of Tingoli village in northern Ghana. Rosalynn Carter watches as a Guinea worm health worker dresses a child's extremely painful Guinea worm wound.
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