Georgia Campaign for Power & Potential CEO Kim Nolte is the first to concede that stemming the tide of adolescent pregnancies in rural Georgia has been among the biggest challenges of the nonprofit’s two decades of work in the state. “For years, there were areas where we just couldn’t get any traction,” recalled Nolte. “Even on the days when you want to give up, you keep going because the problems in those areas are so vast.”
As G-CAPP marks its 20th anniversary this year, the nonprofit celebrates plummeting teen pregnancy rates and a reputation for becoming a national . . .
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