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Twins and Multiples

Multiple Birth National Organisations

The ABC Club
An International Organization Serving Triplets And Higher Multiples. Primarily In German-Speaking Countries

The Association of Finnish Triplet Families
'linking triplet families over Finland'

Australian Multiple Birth Association (AMBA)
'AMBA was founded in 1974 and is a self help voluntary organization, concerned with the well-being of multiple birth children and their families'

Center for the Study of Multiple Birth
'The Center aims to promote and advance the heath of women and children, particularly multiples, through education, research and public service'

The International Twins Association
'a non-profit organization promoting the spiritual, intellectual and social welfare of twins and multiples'

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Irish Multiple Birth Association (IMBA), Ireland
'The Association aims to improve current services and act as advocates for parents and their families of twins, triplets and higher multiples in Ireland'

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Mothers of Supertwins (MOST)
'MOST is a national non-profit organization and support network for families who have or are expecting triplets, quadruplets, quintuplets, or more. MOST provides information, resources, empathy, and good humor during pregnancy, infancy, toddlerhood, and school age. Supporting Multiple Birth Families...Every Step of the Way.'

Multiple Births Canada / Naissances Multiples (previously POMBA), Canada
'The Association aims to improve the quality of life for multiple birth families in Canada by providing a network of local chapters, health care professionals and organisations'

National Organization of Mothers of Twins Clubs, Inc
'An organization created to provide information and support relating to multiple birth children and families'

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Twins and Multiple Births Association (Tamba)
'A UK charity providing information and support networks for families of twins, triplets, and more'

Twins Foundation
'an international membership organization and primary research information center on twins and other multiples'