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Harnessing Collective Impact to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

Because groups in Georgia banded together to form a meaningful collaboration, more young people have access to pregnancy prevention programs built on evidence-based practices.
Commentary
October 16, 2013
 

While Ready by 21 helps communities implement collective impact strategies across all issues and age groups, those strategies can also be used to address specific issues in a community among specific groups of youth. Just look at Atlanta, where leaders have joined together in a broad-scale Ready by 21 initiative while also addressing specific concerns.

We invited one of those leaders – Kim Nolte of the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential – to tell you about how collective impact is helping them progress on combating teen pregnancy. 

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