International Consortium for Medical Abortion (ICMA)
Consorcio Internacional del Aborto con Medicamentos
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Founded Jun 2002, within the Reproductive Health Alliance (RHA), London (UK). RHA closed end 2003 and coordination of ICMA was temporarily transferred to Reproductive Health Matters, London. Ceased to exist, 2012, when replaced by F-XM5273 - International Campaign for Women's Right to Safe Abortion.
Produce and disseminate information on medical abortion which is relevant to and focused on the needs of women in developing countries and countries in transition, including countries where abortion is unsafe or safe abortion is not accessible.
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Steering Committee. Affiliated Regional Networks: E-XJ1243 - Consortio Latinoamericano Contra el Aborto Inseguro (CLACAI); E-XJ1242 - Asia Safe Abortion Partnership (ASAP); U-XJ1244 - Eastern European Alliance for Reproductive Choice (EEARC); U-XJ1245 - African Network for Medical Abortion (ANMA). Executive/Coordinating office based in Chisinau (Moldova).
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