08 April, 2007


Associacion de Nuevos Padre
– Cramer 4031, Buenos Aires, Argentina 1429. Telephone: 011-054-703613, 011-054-1-15-4906295; 011-1-054-1-15-4736002.

Australia Family Association - Post Office Box Q69, Queen Victoria Building, PO 1230, Level 12, 456 Kent Street, Sydney 2000,Australia. Telephone: 011 61 02 9267 6159 or 011 61 02 9283 1472

Australian Information and Support Services for Men Pty Ltd. – Unit 5a, 21 Stud Rd., Bayswater Vic 3153 Australia. Telephone: 011 03 9738 2478. Facsimile: 011 03 9878 4725. Its website address is E-mail messages can be sent to .

Dads Against Discrimination – Post Office Box 83, Forestville, NSW Australia. Telephone: 011-61-02 9451 1305.

Dads In Distress (“DIDs”) – Founded and headed up by Mr. Tony Miller, DIDs promotes awareness for the need for support for men going through the trauma of divorce, separation or a relationship breakdown; raises awareness of male suicide particularly relating to divorce or separation; offers and encourages ongoing support to members in the form of relevant courses, counseling, legal and medical advice. DIDs’ headquarters is located at The Men’s Survival Centre, The Mud Huts, Duke Street, Coffs Harbour 2450 NSW Australia. Letters can be sent to DIDs at its postal address: Dads In Distress Inc., P.O. Box J395, Coffs Harbour Jetty 2450, NSW Australia. Or via e-mail at Or telephone DIDs at 011 61 1 300 853 437.

Equity for Fathers – 90 Lady Davidson Circuit, Forestville, NSW 2087 Australia. Telephone: 011-61-02 9975 4324

Fathers for Family Equity - Post Office Box 260, Nunawading 3131, Australia. Telephone: 011-61 3 9878 8588. Visit the organization’s website at:

Mater Medical Research Institute – Level 3, Aubigny Place, Raymond Terrace, South Brisbane QLD 4101 Australia. Telephone: 011-61-7-3840 2555. Facsimile: 011-61-7-3840-2550. E-mail:

Men’s Rights Agency – Post Office Box 28, Waterford, Queensland, 4183, Australia. Telephone: 011 61 07 3805 5611. Facsimile: 011 07 3200 8769. Visit the organization’s website at E-mail messages can be sent to

Michael Green, Q.C. – Mediator and counselor and author of Fathers After Divorce – Building A New Life And Becoming A Successful Separated Parent. A strong advocate of “shared parenting,” Green can be reached by telephone or facsimile at 011 61 02 9519 7988 or by e-mail at

Stepfamily Australia, Inc. – P.O. Box 1162, Gawler, South Australia 5118. Telephone: 011 61- 08 8822 7007. Its website address is E-mail messages can be sent to

Alliance National des Organizations Pour L’entraide des Parents Non-Gardiens –722 de Brabant, #C, Sainte Foy, Quebec G1X 3H1, Canada. For further information, contact Mr. Aurélien Lessard via e-mail at: .

Association Pour Les Liens Peres Enfants De Quebec – 722 de Brabant, #C, Sainte-Foy, Quebec G1X 3H1, Canada. Telephone: 418-659-4213. E-mail:

Canadian Men’s Parenting Association – 21 Morris Street, Ottawa K1S 4A6, Canada. Contact Mr. Bruce Rosove at the Canadian Men’s Parenting Association by telephone at: 613-233-8013 or facsimile at 819-994-2085.

Ex-Fathers – Contact Lloyd Gorling at RR1, Williamstown, Ontario, K0C 2J0 Canada. Telephone: 613-931-2104/Facsimile: 613-931-2104. The website address for Ex-Fathers is

Fathers Are Capable Too (“FACT”) – 3044 Bloor Street West, Suite 205, Toronto, Ontario M8X 2Y8. Telephone: (416) 410-3228. For further information about FACT, visit the organization’s website at

Fathers Battling Injustice -- Contact Dave Foster at 1500 Royal Fork Rd., Box 57507, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M9P 3B6. Mr. Foster can be reached at

Foundation Gilbert Claes – 515 St-Olivier, Quebec, Quebec, Canada, G1R 1G8 Telephone 418 529-4648. E-Mail :

The Children’s Voice – Contact Bill Flores, President of The Children’s Voice, Post Office Box 61027, Maple Grove Post Office, Oakville, Ontario L6J 7P5 Canada. Telephone and Facsimile: 905-829-3639. E-mail:

Victoria Men’s Centre – Contact Ken Wiebe at 1967 Oak Bay Avenue, Victoria, British Columbia V82 1E3 Canada.

L’Enfant Et Son Droit (A Child and His Right) – 12 rue Alphand, 75013 Paris, FRANCE. Telephone: 01 33 0 1 45 81 19 84. Visit their website address at

The Fatherhood Project
, which is led by the Child, Youth Family and Social Development Research Programme at the Human Sciences Research Council (“HSRC”) in Durban, South Africa, encourages and supports men’s care and protection of children. Its goal is to stimulate discussion and action that is supportive of men’s involvement in caring for their children. For further information about the Fatherhood Project, send a note to its postal address: The Fatherhood Project, Private Bag X41, Pretoria, South Africa 0001. The Fatherhood Project’s street address is: 134 Pretorius Street, Pretoria, South Africa 0002. The organization can be reached by telephone at: 011 27 12 302 2000 or by facsimile at 011 27 12 302 2001.

Associación de Padres de Familia Separados (“APFS”) – Juan Lui Rubio Azcúe serves as the National President of APFS and Carlos Villacampa Orús serves as APFS’ National Secretary. Correspondence for APFS can be sent to Palafox 10, 28010-Madrid, SPAIN. The organization’s National President can be reached by telephone at 011 607657244. Or you can send an e-mail to APFS at

Health in Prisons Project
– World Health Organization – Avenue Appia 20, 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland. Telephone: 011 41 22 791 2111. Facsimile: 011 41 22 79 1311.

Families Need Fathers
– 134 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AR England. Telephone: 011 44 0207 613 5060). Visit their website address at

MK Family Rights Initiative - Visit its website at Its e-mail address is

Prostate Cancer Charity – Miss Melody Lennon, MBA, RGN serves as the Chief Executive Officer of this organization which is located at 3 Angel Walk, Hammersmith, 69HX London in the United Kingdom. Telephone: 011 44 208 222 7622.

The Cheltenham Group – Acts as an advocate of men’s rights issues through publishing, research and lobbying. Visit its website at Its e-mail address is

The Institute of Cancer Research - 123 Old Brompton, London SW7 3RP, United Kingdom. The Institute of Cancer Research can be reached by telephone at 011-44-207-352-8133 or by facsimile at 011-44-207 370 5261. The Institute of Cancer Research created the United Kingdom’s and Europe’s first dedicated Male Research Centre in 2000 which offers the most extensive research program into the causes of prostate cancer in Europe. The Male Research Centre also focuses on testicular cancer and other male urological cancers such as bladder and kidney.

UK Men’s Movement – This organization campaigns and lobbies for the protection of equitable rights for men and publishes a quarterly publication that explores men’s rights issues. Visit its website at


Arizona Fathers & Families Coalition, Inc. (”AZFFC”). AZFFC is based in Phoenix, Arizona where James Rodriguez, M.S.W. serves as its President and Chief Executive Officer. The organization offers uniquely comprehensive programs for Fathers, Fatherhood practitioners, faith-based organizations, early childhood educators, educational administrators and policymakers through training seminars, workshops and annual conferences. For further information about AZFFC, visit its website at Inquiries about the organization can be sent via e-mail to AZFFC at Or send a note or letter to the Arizona Fathers & Families Coalition, Inc., Post Office Box 8267, Phoenix, AZ 85006.

Native Nations Institute For Leadership, Management And Policy (“NNI”). NNI is a resource for self-determination, self-governance and development for indigenous nations in the United States, Canada and other parts of the world. NNI’s Leadership and Management Programs, Policy Analysis and Research Projects and Strategic and Organizational Development programs assist Native Nations, organizations and individuals in building effective sovereign governments; developing vigorous economies that are not incongruent to circumstances and culture; resolving difficult social problems; achieving objectives in interactions with other governments; managing the environmental and natural resources; balancing change and cultural continuity. The Native Nations Institute is part of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy, a research and outreach unit at the University of Arizona organized under the Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies. The Native Nations Institute for Leadership, Management and Policy is located at the Udall Center For Studies In Public Policy, 803 East 1st Street, Tucson, AZ 85719. Telephone: 520-626-0NNI. Facsimile: 520-626-3NNI. For further information, visit the organization’s website at or send an e-mail to

Circulo Hombres
– First launched in 1988 in Jolon, Monterey County, California, as an informal movement, Circulo Hombres guides and assists men in clarifying their roles and responsibilities and in their outreach work in the community through the establishment of a set of values. Circulo Hombres has evolved into a formal organization – National Compadres Network – and offers a series of programs and workshops. For further information about Circulo Hombres, contact the National Compadres Network at 6741 Friends Avenue, Second Floor, Whittier, CA 70601; telephone: 562-789-8632; facsimile: 569-789-2833. Or visit the organization’s website at

The National Men’s Resource CenterTM. Visit their website at or send an e-mail to

National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute – 5252 East Beverly Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90022. Contact Jerry Tello, Executive Director of National Latino Fatherhood and Family Institute at 323-728-7770 or via e-mail at

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies – Mailing address: Post Office Box 85800, San Diego, CA 92186-5800. Street Address: 10010 North Torrey-Pines Road, La Jolla , CA 92037. Telephone: 358-453-4100 Ext. 1226. Facsimile: 358-453-8534. E-mail:

Focus on the Family – 8605 Explorer Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80995. Its website address is

La Pa’s – Contact Randy Mergler, M.S. and Roger Coughlan, LCSW at La Pa’s at Transformation of Fatherhood. Telephone: 970-495-4624. La Pa’s e-mail address is and its website address is

Health In Prisons Project
– Regional Offices for the Americas/Pan American Health Organizations – 525 23rd Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20037. Telephone: 202-974-3000. Facsimile: 202-974-3663.

Men’s Health Network – Post Office Box 75792, Washington, D.C. 20013. Telephone: 202-543-6461. Facsimile: 202-543-2727. The organization’s website address is Its e-mail address is

Commission on Marriage & Family Support
-- Contact Anne Carpenter, Administrative Assistant at the Commission on Marriage & Family Support (formerly, Florida’s Commission on Responsible Fatherhood) at 111 North Gadsden Street, Suite 200, Tallahassee, FL 32301. Telephone: 850 488-4952 x135. Facsimile: 850-921-9070.

100 Black Men of America, Inc. – 141 Auburn Avenue, Atlanta, GA 30303. Telephone: 404-688-5100. Toll Free Telephone: 800-593-3411. Facsimile: 404-688-1024. 100 Black Men of America, Inc.’s web site address is

HAWAII Akamai University – Located in Hawaii, Akamai University offers a comprehensive Men’s Studies and Fatherhood curriculum. Inquiries concerning admission requirements can be obtained by contacting Douglass Capogrossi, Ph.D., President of Akamai University at 193 Kinoole Street, Hilo, Hawaii 96720 USA. Akamai University’s United States and Canadian telephone numbers are 1-877-934-8793 while its international telephone number is 1-808-934-8793. Visit Akamai University’s website at

Million Dads March - Thomas Lessman serves as Chairman of the Million Dads March. Its web site address is The Million Dads March’s mailing address is 4121 N.E. Brier Road, Topeka, KS 66616. Telephone: 785-230-4546. Facsimile: 785-665-9230. The e-mail address for the Million Dads March is
The National Center for Fathering – 10200 West 75th Street, Suite 367, Shawnee Mission, KS 66213. Telephone: 913-384-4661 or 800-593-3237. Its website address is

African American Male Leadership Institute – Richard A. Rowe serves as the Executive Director of the African American Male Leadership Institute (“AAMLI”). Correspondence can be sent to AAMLI at its mailing address of P.O. Box 32025, Baltimore, MD 21208 or via e-mail at AAMLI’s telephone number is (410) 637-5564 and its facsimile number is (410) 602-8067.

A Good Black Man, Inc. (“AGBM, Inc.”) – D. Anne Browne serves as the President of AGBM, Inc. which enhances the educational experience of young African American males between the ages of 11 through 13 through computer literacy training, career awareness activities, empowerment workshops and leadership training. For further information, contact AGBM, Inc. via “snail mail” at Post Office Box 692, Randallstown, MD 21133 or via e-mail at And you can visit the organization’s website at

Gary’s Homework Help Page – An award-winning homework help web site created by entrepreneur and certified management trainer Gary Johnson which provides resources for teachers and educators and thousands of pages containing information for math, geography, language, art and literature homework assignments. The address for Gary’s Home Help Page website is

National Diabetes Information Clearing House – 1 Information Way, Bethesda, MD 20982-3560. Telephone: 1-800-860-8747 or 301-654-3327. Facsimile: 301-907-8906. Its website address is and its e-mail address is

National Fatherhood Initiative – 101 Lake Forest Boulevard, Suite 360, Gaithersburg, MD 20877. For general information, Mondays through Fridays from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM, call 1-800-790-DADS. Its office telephone number is 301-948-0599. Its facsimile number is 301-948-4325.

Joslin Diabetes Center
– One Joslin Place, Boston, MA 02215. Telephone: 617-732-2400. Its website address is

Judge Baker Children’s Center – Alvin F. Poussaint, M.D. serves as the Director of the organization’s Media Center which is located at 53 Parker Hill Avenue, Boston, MA 02120. The telephone number for the Judge Baker Children’s Center is 1-800-779-8390 and its Development Office can be reached at 1-800-779-8930 – Extension 4279. Facsimile transmissions can be sent to (617) 232-8399 and e-mails can be sent to Visit the organization’s website at

The National Hispanic/Latino Community Network
– Post Office Box 2215, Espanola, NM 87532. Telephone: 505-747-1889. Facsimile: 505-747-1623.

Death to Diabetes – 940 Holt Road, Suite 190, Webster, NY 14580. Email:, Telephone: 585-671-0577, web site addresses:, . DeWayne McCulley, an ex-diabetic and the author of the acclaimed book "Death to Diabetes " is an African-American diabetes educator, who provides wellness training to diabetics, including African-Americans, who are twice as likely to develop diabetes.

“Fatherhood”Nick at Nite Network: If you’ve been searching for a television show which the entire family can watch together, the Nick-at-Nite Network has what you’re looking for. “Fatherhood,” an animated television series based on a best-selling book authored by America’s Favorite Dad -- William H. Cosby, Jr., Ed.D. -- airs on Nick-at-Nite on Tuesdays at 9:00 P.M. (Eastern/Pacific Time) and Saturdays at 10:00 P.M. (Eastern/Pacific Time). “Fatherhood” which made its television debut on Father’s Day – Sunday, 20 June 2004 – explores the challenges of parenting with a touch of humor while simultaneously providing
valuable life lessons. Alvin F. Poussaint, M.D., serves as a production consultant to the series. Want to know more about “Fatherhood”? Check out Nick-at-Nite’s website at

Fathers Incorporated – Mr. Kenneth Braswell serves as the Executive Director of Fathers Incorporated. Correspondence can be sent to Fathers Incorporated at its mailing address of Post Office Box 738, Latham, NY 12110. Fathers Incorporated can be contacted by telephone at (518) 542-1233 or via e-mail at For further information, please visit the organization’s website at

New York University Urology Associates – New York University School of Medicine, 150 East 32nd Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10016. Telephone: 646-825-6300. Facsimile: 646-825-6399.

Healthy Fathering Collaborative of Greater Cleveland
– Established in August 2001, the Healthy Fathering Collaborative of Greater Cleveland is a working group of service providers and funders providing services to low-income fathers in Greater Cleveland which meets bimonthly. The Community Endeavors Foundation provides funding for the Healthy Fathering Collaborative of Greater Cleveland which includes all community-based and faith-based organizations that serve fathers in Greater Cleveland as well as representatives of a number of City of Cleveland and Cuyahoga County Departments. For further information about the Healthy Fathering Collaborative of Greater Cleveland, visit the organization’s website at or contact Mr. Steve Killpack, Coordinator for the organization via “snail mail” at Healthy Fathering Collaborative, P.O. Box 94078, Cleveland, OH 44101. You can contact the organization by telephone at 216-502-4795 or send an e-mail to: w collaborative models of service delivery. Administrative staffing of the Healthy Fathering Collaborative is provided by the Community Endeavors Foundation.

Ohio Practitioners Network for Fathers and Families (“OPNFF”) – OPNFF was founded in February 2004 and is highly regarded as the “one-stop organization” for fatherhood advocacy, information, resources and opportunities among public and private stakeholders. The mission of OPNFF is to enhance the outcomes of children, families and communities by providing training, support and strength to the professionalism of fatherhood practitioners. For further information about the Ohio Practitioners Network for Fathers and Families, visit the organization’s website at or send an e-mail to:

Tulsa Area Fathers Rights Association – The organization is headed up by Gregory Romeo. Visit the organization’s web site at and its online discussion group at The organization can be reached by telephone at 918-447-3094; by facsimile at 419-710-1976; or by e-mail at

BSI International, Inc. – Exclusive publisher and distributor of IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD®, a quarterly international male parenting journal which facilitates a Global Fatherhood Dialogue for all Men from All Walks of Life and explores Fatherhood issues, features a Fatherhood Roundtable, book reviews, and articles/columns on health, education, finance/investment, etc. Contact BSI International, Inc. at Post Office Box 3885, Philadelphia, PA 19146-0185. Visit the organization's website at To subscribe or become a Contributing Editor to IN SEARCH OF FATHERHOOD(R), send a note via e-mail to:

Daddy UniverseCity, Inc. – Single Father, and Fathers’ Advocate Mr. Joel Austin serves as the organization’s President. Daddy UniverseCity, Inc. provides information and resources to Fathers through seminars and the manufacture and distribution of “father-friendly” merchandise that includes “Daddy Bags”, a sleek and hip line of diaper bags for Fathers. The organization facilitates training for Expecting Fathers, New Fathers, Existing Fathers, and “Return-to-the-Community” Fathers as it educates and instructs men and women on the importance of the male role in the lives of children. Visit the organization’s website at Or send an e-mail to

Diabetes and Education Research Center – Franklin Medical Building, 829 Spruce Street, Suite 800, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Telephone: 215-829-3426. Facsimile: 215-829-5807. Its website address is
Frontline Dads – Mr. Reuben Jones serves as the Director of this organization which is located at the Progress Plaza Shopping Center, 1501 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122. The organization can be contacted by telephone at (215) 684-3400, by facsimile at (215) 236-9497 or by e-mail at The website address for Frontline Dads is

House of Umoja – Founded in 1968 by Queen Mother Falaka Fattah and her husband Mr. David Fattah, the House Of Umoja is an internationally acclaimed organization which, since its founding in 1968, has provided interventions in negative behavior and improved the quality of life for at least 3,000 urban adolescent males between the ages of 15 through 18 and a reduction in gang-related homicides. The House of Umoja has established numerous programs including the Peace in the Hood anti-violence program; the Food of Thought Program launched to provide emergency food assistance and self-sufficiency services to neighborhood residents; and a Culinary Arts Component in cooperation with the Restaurant School which has encouraged entrepreneurial independence through catering. The House of Umoja is located at 5625 W. Master Street, Philadelphia, PA 19131. For further information about The House of Umoja and its programs visit the organization’s website at or contact Queen Mother Falaka Fattah via telephone at (215) 473-5893 or via e-mail at

Males Achieving Responsibility Successfully (“MARS”) – MARS provides academic and social services in-school support to Teen Fathers attending thirty (30) schools in the School District of Philadelphia. MARS’ services provides a holistic best practices approach to addressing a myriad of male issues which include, but are not limited to, drop-out prevention, anger management, tutoring, family legal support, family planning, academic alternatives, health/nutrition education, etc. Mr. Marcus A. Godfrey serves as MARS’ Program Manager at Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, the latter of which is an affiliate of the greater national Communities In School, Inc. For further information about MARS, send correspondence to Mr. Marcus A. Godfrey, Manager, MARS, ELECT/CTC, Communities In Schools of Philadelphia, Inc., 2000 Hamilton Street, Suite 201, Philadelphia, PA 19130-3848. Or contact Mr. Godfrey by telephone at 267-386-4613, by facsimile at 267-386-0164 or via e-mail at:

Mayor’s Office of Community Service Fatherhood Initiative Program -- Mr. Gilbert A. Coleman serves as the Director of Fatherhood Initiative Program of the Mayor’s Office of Community Services in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The organization supports and challenges Fathers to become strong positive forces within their families and encourages Fathers to become role models and willing to provide the loving leadership and the spiritual guidance necessary to nurture their children. The Mayor’s Office of Community Service Fatherhood Initiative Program offers a myriad of services to Fathers that include fatherhood parenting workshops, case management services, prison aftercare services, job readiness, life skills and money management training. The Mayor’s Office of Community Service Fatherhood Initiative Program is located at 990 Buttonwood Street, 7th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19123-2820 and can be reached by telephone at: 215-685-9731 or by facsimile at 215-685-9757.

National Center on Fathers and Families – 3440 Market Street, Suite 450, Philadelphia, PA 19104. The organization can be reached by telephone at 215-573-5500. Visit its website at

Pennsylvania Fathers & Children’s Equality – Contact Ms. Susan Wolfing, Chair, Bucks County Chapter at Post Office Box 1788, Bensalem, PA 19020; Telephone: (215) FACE-464. Visit the organization’s website at

Philadelphia Comprehensive Center for Fathers – 1315 Walnut St., Suite 600, Philadelphia, PA 19107. Website: Mr. Kofi Asante serves as the organization’s Director and Mr. Jamal C. Mack is its Career Advisory/Job Developer.

Philadelphia Fatherhood Practitioners Network (PFPN) -- PFPN is a collective of approximately 35 organizations and agencies that provide services to fathers and male caregivers that was organized by Resources for Children’s Health’s Focus On Fathers Program in 1999 and meets on a bimonthly basis. Through bi-monthly meetings PFPN, among other things, exchanges and provides information about services available for men and issues affecting men, engages in collaborative projects which build services for fathers and addresses legal, employment and parenting issues, acts as an advocate on behalf of fathers concerning policy issues, legal issues and program development. For further information about the Philadelphia Fatherhood Practitioners Network and becoming a member, please contact Mr. Sulaiman Wood via telephone at 267-765-2324 or via e-mail at

Raising Awareness Immediately (“RAI”) –RAI is a community based, non-profit organization founded by Mrs. Carol Bangura which addresses social issues that affect the family. RAI provides services to parents, caregivers and the general public on parenting and child custody issues and works to minimize the “drama” that is an outgrowth of parenting and child custody issues through education, community outreach, workshops, advocacy, voter registration and telephone information. For further information about RAI, you can send a note via “snail mail” to: Raising Awareness Immediately, P.O. Box 101, Wynnewood, PA 19096. RAI can be reached by telephone at 267-972-4581 or by e-mail at: You can also visit the organization’s website at

Center for Successful Fathering, Inc.
– 13740 Research Boulevard, Austin, TX 78750. Telephone: 512-335-0761. Its web site address is
Faithful Fathering Initiative In Texas – Post Office Box 1702, Sugarland, TX 77487. Telephone: 281-491-DADS. E-mail messages can be sent to peprw@worldnet.att.

Fathers for Equal Rights, Inc. –1525 Elm Street, 1600 Pacific Building, Suite 870, Dallas, TX 75201. Telephone: 214-953-2233.

Diabetes Education Programs/American Diabetes Association
– 1701 North Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA 22311. Telephone: 1-800-DIABETES; 1-800-342-2383. E-mail messages can be sent to

Great Dads – Contact Dr. Robert Hamrin, Founder and President of Great Dads at Post Office Box 7537, Fairfax Station, VA 22039. Telephone: 703-830-7500. Visit Great Dads’ website at E-mail messages can be sent to

The National Fathers Network
– 16120 N.E. Eighth Street, Bellevue, WA 98008-3937. Telephone: 425-747-4004 – Extension 218. Facsimile: 425-747-1069. E-mail messages can be sent to the organization’s Executive Director at

Paternidad Asumida Por Amor (“PAPA”)
- Luis Franco, Av. 18 De Julio, 1006, Ap. 701, Montevideo, Uruguay. Telephone: 011 005982 901 52 48. Facsimile: 011 005892 900 70 61.

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