There's really no such thing, sadly enough. Apparently the inability to retain the whereabouts of countries does not have a special term attached to it. At least not yet. But you just wait. In a few years there will be a support group for it and thousands of people will come out of the closet and say, "I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE BULGARIA IS" and famous actors will go on talk shows and cry and confess to how they were ridiculed as children because they couldn't point to India when their geography teacher called on them. And specialists will write books about how they diagnosed the condition before anyone else did. And there will be special equipment and software and self-help guides created all with the goal of saving middle aged women from throwing their Geography books off a cliff and joining convents in places so remote that they don't have to know where anything else is.
I've been using this site http://www.sheppardsoftware.com/European_Geography.htm with some success. Today when the professor pointed at countries in Western Europe I was immediately oriented as to where they were and who their neighbors were. The evil woman also wants us to learn where most of the rivers are as well. Fortunately this site has a section for that too.