Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter Passes Away At Age 96
Rosalynn Carter, the former first lady of the United States, has died at the age of 96. She was a beloved figure who was known for her work on behalf of mental health, caregiving, and women’s rights, Aso Naija Reports.
Mrs. Carter was born in Plains, Georgia, in 1927. She married Jimmy Carter in 1946, and they had four children together. The Carters moved to Washington, D.C., in 1977 when Jimmy Carter was elected president.
As first lady, Mrs. Carter was a strong advocate for mental health care. She also worked to improve the lives of caregivers and to promote women’s rights. She was a tireless advocate for these causes, and she made a real difference in the lives of many people.
After leaving the White House, the Carters continued to work on behalf of others. They founded the Carter Center, which is a non-profit organization that works to advance human rights and alleviate human suffering. The Carters also traveled the world to monitor elections and to work to eradicate Guinea worm disease and other neglected tropical diseases.
Mrs. Carter was a kind and compassionate woman who was always willing to help others. She was a role model for many people, and she will be deeply missed.