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Alabama Midwives Alliance
Cullman, Alabama
Cause Description:
The Alabama Midwives Alliance (ALMA) seeks to preserve the art and practice of midwifery and to act as a self-governing body for those interested in midwifery as a profession in the state of Alabama. ALMA has the following goals: * To educate the public regarding home birth alternatives * To ensure the future of midwifery through education * To facilitate communication among midwives * To promote and protect the legal status of midwives in Alabama
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