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A Carter Center Podcast | How Proven Strategies and Passion Prevent Blindness from Trachoma

Kelly Callahan is passionate about preventing blindness in some of the world’s most vulnerable populations. Callahan, who leads the Carter Center’s Trachoma Control Program, explains how the Center works with the governments and partners in Africa to use the proven SAFE strategies to stop trachoma, the world’s leading cause of preventable blindness.

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A Carter Center Podcast | Rosalynn Carter Fellow Explains Increasing Depression Rates in Children and Teens

Mental health expert and Rutgers professor Dr. Caroline Clauss-Ehlers explains why depression and suicide rates for teens are going up and what concerned parents should look for in their child or teen. Dr. Clauss-Ehlers, known as “Dr. CC” by her students, is also a Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow. Learn more about her background here: https://gse.rutgers.edu/caroline_clauss-ehlers.

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A Carter Center Podcast | Behind-the-Scenes Look at Carter Center Election Observation

The Carter Center has observed more than 100 elections around the world. How do we decide where to go? What does an election observer do? Avery Davis-Roberts, who manages the Center’s Democratic Election Standards Project, explains.

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A Carter Center Podcast | Andrea Petersen’s Journey through Anxiety

If you know someone who lives with anxiety, you won’t want to miss this podcast with Rosalynn Carter Mental Health Journalism Fellow Andrea Petersen. Petersen describes how she transformed “from a slightly silly sorority girl to a terrorized shut-in in just a few weeks’ time.”

Her medical odyssey and numerous ER visits finally led to an anxiety disorder diagnosis and …