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Question 1: Center health workers also prevent transmission of ________ – a bacterial infection that is the leading cause of preventable blindness worldwide.
TrachomaOnchocerciasisGlaucomaConjunctivitis

Question 2: In partnership with ________, The Carter Center works to advance human rights and alleviate human suffering.
Syracuse UniversityNorthwestern UniversityEmory UniversityDuke University

Question 3: The Carter Center is a trusted pioneer of election observation, sending teams of observers to determine the legitimacy of 77 ________ in 33 countries since 1989.
GerrymanderingReferendumElectionElectoral reform

Question 4: It has also established drug distribution systems in ________ to treat and stem the spread of lymphatic filariasis and schistosomiasis.
NigeriaSudanKenyaSierra Leone

Question 5: The Carter Center is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1982 by former U.S. President ________ and his wife Rosalynn Carter.
Jimmy CarterLyndon B. JohnsonHarry S. TrumanJohn F. Kennedy

Question 6: In 2008, there were 4,619 reported cases and 98% of these were in just three countries: Sudan, ________, and Mali.
Sierra LeoneNigeriaGhanaKenya

Question 7: The release of President Carter's book ________ created controversy for The Carter Center.
Arab–Israeli conflictCommentary on Palestine Peace Not ApartheidIsrael and the apartheid analogyPalestine Peace Not Apartheid

Question 8: An agreement on the restoration of low-level diplomatic relations between ________ and Ecuador under a deal brokered by the former president, as announced by the Carter Center on June 8, 2008.
Valle del Cauca DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)ColombiaQuindío Department

Question 9: [1] The Carter Center received the inaugural Delta Prize for Global Understanding in 1999 – an award administered by the ________.
Georgia BulldogsUniversity of GeorgiaDamon EvansUga (mascot)

Question 10: Since 1996, the Center has been a leader in the fight against ________, commonly known as river blindness – a parasitic disease transmitted by the bites of black flies.
Herpetic keratoconjunctivitisConjunctivitisTrachomaOnchocerciasis







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