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General Org Information
 
Name Acronym Founded City HQ Country/Territory HQ Type I Type II UIA Org ID

International Association for Muscle Glycogen Storage Disease

IAMGSD Torrance CA USA C AA5074

International Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

IACBT 1990 Torrance CA USA D XD6827

Adult Children of Alcoholics - World Service Organization

ACA Torrance CA USA G v XN9354

Hope for Africa

HFA 2000 Torrance CA USA G XM0999

International Right of Way Association

IRWA 1934 Torrance CA USA G XG0113

Arthur Rackham Society

1984 Torrance CA USA N v XN6979

International Association of Law Enforcement Planners

IALEP 1991 Torrance CA USA U x XN7906

International Professional Surrogates Association

IPSA 1973 Torrance CA USA U tx XN1160
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