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WRAPA APPLAUDS KANO STATE HIGH COURT ON DEATH SENTENCE RULING OVER HANIFA’S KILLER, ABDULMALIK TANKO

The Kano State High Court on Thursday sentenced the proprietor of Nobel Kids Academy and North West Preparatory School, Abdulmalik Tanko, to death for the kidnap and killing of five-year-old schoolgirl, Hanifa Abubakar.

The Presiding Judge, Justice Usman Na’abba, also sentenced Tanko to five years imprisonment for the four-count charges levelled against him.

Hanifa was a pupil of Noble Kids Comprehensive College; a school located in Kwanar ‘Yan Gana in Tudun Murtala Quarters in Nassarawa Local Government Area of the state.
She was abducted by Mr Tanko who demanded ransom from her parents and was reported to have killed her in December last year.

The judgement is a soothing ice on Women & Girls across the country. The recent rise on Violence Against Women & Girls with little or slow persecution has become alarming & infuriating to Nigerian women. We heartily commend the judgement of the Kano State High Court for the sentence duly accrued to the culprit and his accomplices.

While we applaud the judiciary system, we are equally hopeful that his Excellency, Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, who had earlier this year vowed to sign the death sentence without further delay if given by the court will do as he has vowed.

WRAPA will continue to condemn all forms of Violation Against Women & Girls.
WRAPA condoles with the family of Hanifa who was a promising young girl full of life and never deserved any harm, let alone murder!

WRAPA will keep to its mandate on promoting Social Justice for Women and see that perpetrators of such hideous crimes are brought to book.

JUSTICE FOR ONE IS JUSTICE FOR ALL!


Recruitment for a Mapping Consultant

Recruitment

EU/UN WOMEN SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE PROJECT

Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection for Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States

Background

The issue of gender based violence affects hundreds of millions of people around the world. This has peculiar
implications for people with marginalized racial, ethnic, class, indigenous, or disabled status. “Violence against
women and girls is among the most widespread and a devastating human rights violation in the world, but much
of it is often unreported due to norms and practices that further entrench gender inequality through the culture
of impunity, public shaming, and forced silence. Global statistics show that one in four women will experience a
form of violence in her lifetime; yet women’s rights issues remain hugely underfunded” (UN Women, 2019).
The Nigerian Government’s response has included efforts to improve its institutional and policy framework,
which include the Violence against Person Prohibition (VAPP) Act, enacted at the national level in 2015 passed
in 32 States, the National Policy on the Elimination of FGM/C, the National Strategy to End Child Marriage, a
Road Map and National Priority Actions to End Violence Against Children (VAC) which have been adopted and
are being supported for implementation as well as several policies and frameworks for a conducive environment
for women and girls’ access to quality sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and
services. Civil society remains a key important constituency, working to hold the government accountable to
deliver on rights protection. However, despite the existence of a strong feminist movement, the potential of civil
society and women groups to advance women’s rights, including SRHR, has been insufficiently tapped to date
due to limited coordination and capacity gaps.
Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) is rights based non-profit charitable
organization promoting and influencing the enforcement of women’s human rights, the elimination of repugnant
practices, violence against women, and enhancement of their living standards. WRAPA as a Spotlight
implementing partner (IP) contributes to the delivery of SI ultimate goal under pillar 6.(Women’s movement)
“Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection For Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups In Adamawa, Sokoto States and the FCT”.
WRAPA is engaging a Consultant, who is to update an existing mapped list and further conduct a Mapping
of relevant organizations/entities working on GEWE and VAWG/SGBV/HP/SRHR in six Local Government
Area Councils in FCT,six Local Government Areas in each state of Sokoto and Adamawa.

Position Title: Mapping Consultant.
Contract Type: Individual Consultancy
Duty Station: Abuja (In person and virtual trainings/engagements in Abuja,
Adamawa & Sokoto)
Duration of Assignment: July 2022 (11) working days
Line Manager: Project Coordinator

1. Recruitment Objective
WRAPA is engaging a Consultant, who is to update existing mapped list and further conduct a Mapping of
relevant organizations/entities working on GEWE and VAWG/SGBV/HP/SRHR in FCT, Sokoto and Adamawa
States.

2. Responsibilities & Task

2.1 Responsibilities

The Consultant shall Update Phase 1 Mapping from 60 per state to 1000 per states. This will be addressed
through engaging with WRAPA strategic deliberate mapping of 10 per states coalition/network lead. And adopt
existing structures and the stakeholders disaggregation model towards achieving linkage of CSOs representing
youth and other groups facing multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination (Women LHIV, Widows,
disability groups, etc.) and integrate them with coalitions, networks of women’s rights groups as well as civil
society working on ending VAWG to jointly advocate on EVAWG in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States.
This aligns with a deliberate practice for phase II adopted by the UN for promoting inclusivity of the most
vulnerable groups such as key populations, people living with disabilities, people living with HIV/AIDS, youth
groups etc. Hence, mapping will serve to improve equitable representation of all key stakeholders in planned
program interventions.
And;
a) Demonstrate a thorough and in-depth understanding of project scope and specifics i.e. technical
content, timeframes, financials, reporting and engagement protocols;
b) Comply with all obligations deriving from this MoU, as well as WRAPA guidelines, to support
coordination, management, and implementation of the Project;
c) Ensure a clear communication of the project intent and focus to engender broad buy-in of key state
and non-state actors for project efficiency and sustainability;
d) Liaise and work with FCT,, Adamawa and Sokoto States Project Officer, Survey Coordinators,
Consultants and other stakeholders;
e) Ensure project visibility & issue amplification through strategic stakeholder interface, and
networking;
f) Comply with all EU UN/SI project objectives, plans, delivery guidelines outputs and results, and
notify WRAPA of any issues or challenges;
g) Other duties as may be directed by Project Coordinator

2.2 Tasks

a) Identification and mapping of relevant organizations/entities working on GEWE and
VAWG/SGBV/HP/SRHR in six (6) Area Councils in FCT,six(6) Local Government Areas in each
state of Sokoto and Adamawa,.
b) To find, build and solidify Women Rights &youth Organizations who are in these states and working
to reduce VAW
c) Identify, appoint and train data collectors and Survey Coordinators
d) Coordinate and supervise quality of data submissions from Data Survey Coordinators.
e) Coordination, monitoring & reportage in FCT, Adamawa & Sokoto States
f) Submit harmonized updated Mapping report of FCT Adamawa and Sokoto States.

3. Expected Deliverables:

a. Comprehensive and detailed mapping of relevant organizations/entities working on GEWE and
VAWG/SGBV/HP/SRHR in six (6) Area Councils in FCT,six Local Government Areas in each
state of Sokoto and Adamawa,.
b. Enhancing strategic Programme Planning process for the engagement of relevant Partner
stakeholders for delivery of SI Project.

How to Apply: Send CV and Cover Letter to wraparecruitment@gmail.com

Use the job title as the subject of the email.
Deadline: Wednesday 20th July, 2022.

Monitoring and Evaluation Consultancy Recruitment

Recruitment

EU/UN WOMEN SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE PROJECT

Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection for Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States

Background

The issue of gender based violence affects hundreds of millions of people around the world. This has peculiar
implications for people with marginalized racial, ethnic, class, indigenous, or disabled status. “Violence against
women and girls is among the most widespread and a devastating human rights violation in the world, but much
of it is often unreported due to norms and practices that further entrench gender inequality through the culture
of impunity, public shaming, and forced silence. Global statistics show that one in four women will experience a
form of violence in her lifetime; yet women’s rights issues remain hugely underfunded” (UN Women, 2019).
The Nigerian Government’s response has included efforts to improve its institutional and policy framework,
which include the Violence against Person Prohibition (VAPP) Act, enacted at the national level in 2015 passed
in 32 States, the National Policy on the Elimination of FGM/C, the National Strategy to End Child Marriage, a
Road Map and National Priority Actions to End Violence Against Children (VAC) which have been adopted and
are being supported for implementation as well as several policies and frameworks for a conducive environment
for women and girls’ access to quality sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and
services. Civil society remains a key important constituency, working to hold the government accountable to
deliver on rights protection. However, despite the existence of a strong feminist movement, the potential of civil
society and women groups to advance women’s rights, including SRHR, has been insufficiently tapped to date
due to limited coordination and capacity gaps.
Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) is rights based non-profit charitable
organization promoting and influencing the enforcement of women’s human rights, the elimination of repugnant
practices, violence against women, and enhancement of their living standards. WRAPA as a Spotlight
implementing partner (IP) contributes to the delivery of SI ultimate goal under pillar 6.(Women’s movement)
– “Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection For Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups In Adamawa, Sokoto
States and FCT”.

TERMS OF REFERENCE (ToR)

Position Title:  Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant.

Contract Type:  Individual Consultancy

Duty Station:  Abuja (Travels within FCT and to Adamawa and Sokoto States)

Duration of Assignment: July 2022 to March 2023

 

1. Recruitment Objective

WRAPA is seeking to recruit a consultant to carry out an Ongoing Monitoring and End of Project Review of its intervention during the period of project implementation. This review exercise is a retrospective and forward-looking activity that supports stock-taking of progress, results/achievement, lessons learned and recommendations for aligning with the theory of change. The review will also assess effectiveness of processes, strategies and sustainability of the project.

2. Scope of Work

The overall objective of the assignment is to make a systematic assessment and review of project implementation and results during the period under review April 2022 to March 2023. The purpose is to provide the project team with tools to effectively monitor project gaps, progress and achievements.

The Monitoring and Evaluation Consultant is expected to:
a) Study the relevant project documents (including, but not limited to the project processes of implementation of activities, and work plan), review and revise the log frame and result matrix, and indicators.
b) Review the M&E needs and plans of the project, and extract relevant indicators to monitor the project outcomes and outputs.
c) Support the SI Team to review Monthly and quarterly reports submission
d) Embed elements of research for robust reporting in pre-tests and post-tests reviews
e) Review the data collection system and reporting tools for capturing quantitative and qualitative data.
f) Develop a comprehensive review report.

3.Specific Objectives:

a)Result 1: The project activities are evaluated through the following criteria relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and impact.

b) Result 2: Recommendations for improving each of the criteria are shared (especially for the next phase of the project)

c) Result 3: A suggested action plan corresponding to each recommendation is included in the
evaluation report.

4. Inputs to be provided by WRAPA project team:

a) All project documents
b) All Activity Reports
c) Work plan and Workshop presentation

5. Outputs/Expected Deliverables:

a) Developed Work Plan
b) A report presented in a format that provides information, conclusion and recommendations on the following:

i) Effectiveness: To which degree did the activities meet the objectives and results set out in the project (as outlined in the logical framework)?
ii) Matching needs: Did the project/activities meet relevant needs of the beneficiaries?
iii) Relevance: Was the project designed in a way that is relevant to reach its goals?
iv) Alignment: to which extend the project is in line (and using) with international relevant standards (such as the CPMS)
v) Efficiency: Was the project run in an efficient way?
vi) Sustainability: Are the results achieved so far sustainable?
vii) Internal coherence: Were the result indicators and their means of verification adequate?
viii) What possible adjustments would the consultant recommend?
ix) Diversity, Equity and Inclusion mainstreaming: To which extent did the project succeed in DEI
Perspective?
x) Impact: Where there any unforeseen positive/negative effects of the activities?
xi) Synergies: to which extent were synergies achieved with other activities implemented by other NGOs, as well as with local initiatives?
xii) Which unmet needs do the evaluator identify that would be relevant for WRAPA to look at in an eventual continuation of the project?
xiii) Identify lessons learned and provide recommendations.

c)What was the progress made towards the achievement of the expected overall objective of the project?
What are the specific results/successes achieved?
What are the reasons for the achievement or non-achievement?
What are the intended and unintended, positive and negative, long-term effects of the projects?
Present and past reports aligned with UN Women Outcome table for project end assessment
To what extent can the changes that have occurred as a result of the project intervention be identified and measured?
Identify challenges faced and strategies utilized to mitigate risks.
Review the methodology /approach used and analyse if and what changes have had to be made to achieve its results/successes.
Identify the lessons for the project from partner’s perspectives.
Identify those results/successes of the project that can be depicted as best practices for other organizations to learn and replicate.

d)Full Detailed Report using the following structure:
Table of Content
Introduction
Abbreviations
Executive Summary
Findings/analysis
Recommendations
Project Budget
Conclusions

6. Time Schedule and Deliverables
1. Time Frame: July 2022 –March 2023
2. Number of Days:21 working days in FCT-Sokoto & Adamawa
3. Activities/Deliverables
i) Reviewed/updated project evaluation plan.
ii) Project performance framework and result matrix analyzed and updated.
iii) Mid-Term Project evaluation report developed
iv) End of Project evaluation report developed.

7. Reporting & Accountability

Submit to the Project Coordinator timely and informative reports, showing progress towards outcomes and objectives of the project.

8. Experience and Skills

a) At least 7 years of professional experience in M&E.
b) At least 3 years of experience in working for any international donor-funded program.
c) Experience in development of M&E/MIS systems for projects related to SGBV/VAWG/GEWE/HP.
d) Demonstrated experience in designing and managing M&E/MIS systems with similar projects involving multiple partner institutions.
e) Experience with gender-sensitive programming.
f) Excellent communication, interpersonal and relationship management skills.
g) Demonstrated problem-solving and analytical skills.
h) Excellent computer skills.
i) Experience and skills in training and transfer of knowledge.

9.Education Requirement

Bachelor’s degree in information management, development studies, demography, public health, public admin or any other course that concerns humanitarian aid provision. An advanced certificate in monitoring and evaluation will be an added advantage.

10.Guiding Principles

The M&E Consultant shall:

a) Work with, and be supervised by the Project Coordinator with oversight by WRAPA/SI/UN Project Director;
b) Carry out the responsibilities of the position in an efficient, effective and professional manner;
c) Discharge the duties, observe and comply with all procedures, administrative regulations and standard operating procedures (SOP) of WRAPA and UN Women;
d) Exercise and eschew the values of due diligence, responsible work ethics, and mutual respect, due consideration, accountability and good faith in all dealings.

WRAPA shall:

a) Diligently discharge its obligations under this contract in a timely and transparent manner;
b) Extend its cooperation and support to the M&E Consultant in accordance with best practice and subject to mutual considerations;
c) The parties agree that the duties and functions outlines in the ToR are not exclusive whereby work of a similar nature may be expected to attain the contract objective

How to Apply: Send CV and Cover Letter to wraparecruitment@gmail.com
Use the job title as the subject of the email.
Deadline: Wednesday 20th July, 2022.

CONSULTANT TO DEVELOP SOCIAL ACCOUNTABILITY/WOMEN’S MOVEMENT MONITORING TOOLKIT

Recruitment

 

 

EU/UN WOMEN SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE PROJECT

Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection for Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States

Background

The issue of gender based violence affects hundreds of millions of people around the world. This has peculiar implications for people with marginalized racial, ethnic, class, indigenous, or disabled status. Violence against women and girls is among the most widespread and devastating human rights violations in the world, but much of it is often unreported due to norms and practices that further entrench gender inequality through the culture of impunity, public shaming, and forced silence. Global statistics show that one in four women will experience a form of violence in her lifetime; yet women’s rights issues remain hugely underfunded (UN Women, 2019).

In Nigeria, women and girls are subject to systematic disadvantage and discrimination – particularly those who are poor, live in rural areas, and are from particular social groups. Gender inequality is manifested in violence against women and girls (VAWG), barriers to accessing quality education for girls, early marriage, poor reproductive and maternal health, and legal discrimination (particularly regarding family law). The scourge of VAWG was not overshadowed by the COVID-19 pandemic presently ravaging the entire world,. This situation of VAWG exacerbated during the peak period of COVID-19 Pandemic (2019-2020) and it is still presently being experienced. This human rights pandemic was dubbed the shadow pandemic as there was a spike in activities of perpetrators during lockdowns that were ordered to slow down the spread of COIVD-19. The majority of those on the front lines of the pandemic are women, there’s need to provide resources like healthcare, education and training for women. It is the responsibility of women to hold the social fabric together – be it at home, in health centers and schools, or caring for the elderly – all of this is unpaid care work which is mostly taken for granted.

The Nigerian Government’s response has included efforts to improve its institutional and policy framework, which include the Violence against Person Prohibition (VAPP) Act, enacted at the national level in 2015, the National Policy on the Elimination of FGM/C, the National Strategy to End Child Marriage, a Road Map and National Priority Actions to End Violence Against Children (VAC) which have been adopted and are being supported for implementation as well as several policies and frameworks for a conducive environment for women and girls’ access to quality sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) information and services.

Civil society remains a key important constituency, working to hold the government accountable to deliver on rights protection. However, despite the existence of a strong feminist movement, the potential of civil society and women groups to advance women’s rights, including SRHR, has been insufficiently tapped to date due to limited coordination and capacity gaps. Through a comprehensive approach, the Spotlight Initiative in Nigeria will aim to support a Nigeria where all women and girls, particularly the most vulnerable, live a life free from violence and harmful practices. The vision will be realized by addressing the linkages between sexual and gender-based violence and harmful practices with related aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights as a cross-cutting theme. Focus will be on prevention efforts, particularly addressing the root causes of gender-based violence and harmful practices (child marriage and FGM) against women and girls; and ensuring access to inclusive, timely, and quality services for victims and survivors.

The geographic scope will be vertical, supporting interventions at federal, state and community levels and horizontally across 5+1 focus states (Lagos, Sokoto, FCT, Ebonyi, Adamawa and Cross River), one per geo-political zone, based on a mixed set of criteria (including prevalence, political will, enabling environment, capacities and potential to facilitate further expansion and up scaling). The most vulnerable women and girls will be targeted.

Spotlight focus in Africa: Eliminate sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV), harmful practices (HPs), and address related aspects of sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHRs), in 8 Priority Countries: Nigeria, Liberia, Niger, Malawi, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Uganda and Mali. In Nigeria the Programme will be implemented in Adamawa, Cross Rivers, Ebonyi, FCT, Lagos and Sokoto States. Interventions focus on six mutually-reinforcing programming pillars; Pillar 1: Laws and Policies, Pillar 2: Institutions, Pillar 3: Prevention, Pillar 4 : Services, Pillar 5 : Data, Pillar 6 : Women’s Movement. The Women’s Rights Advancement and Protection Alternative (WRAPA) is one of the NGOs selected by the UN Women for a Partnership with EU-UN Spotlight Initiative (SI) Programme in Nigeria. WRAPA work focus will be in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States, in the Component six (6) of the intervention.

As implementing partner of Spotlight Initiatives Phase II (October 2021 – November 2022) under the UN Women Agency, WRAPA will target key role players that are central to the achievement of systemic shift in VAWG/SGBV/HP in Sokoto, Adamawa States and the FCT. Interventions would be implemented in partnerships with existing partner Organizations that showed agency during the Phase I period in Sokoto, Adamawa States and FCT, to focus on building capacity of both individual and institutions, to “influence and act”, across state and non-state actors.

Key interventions will include strengthening the capacities of key stakeholders to advocate for, and participate in the domestication, review, the development and implementation of laws and policies on ending VAWG, including SGBV/HP and SRHR., on the use of available, accessible, acceptable, and quality essential services including for long term recovery from violence ,and enhancement of better knowledge and capacity to deliver quality and coordinated essential services, including sexual and reproductive health services and access to justice, to women and girls’ survivors of VAWG/SGBV/HP, especially those facing intersecting forms of discrimination

Against this background, WRAPA is looking to hire State Project Officer (SPO) in Adamawa State, who is to coordinate the implementation activities of the project. He/She is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the project at that level. The SPO will serve as the main link between WRAPA and Federal Capital Territory designated existing partner Organizations that showed agency during the Phase I period, ensuring quality and effectiveness in the delivery of project interventions, as well as the liaison with stakeholder and beneficiary organizations and platforms in producing outcomes in line with the results framework.

EU/UN WOMEN SPOTLIGHT INITIATIVE PROJECT

Negotiating & Strengthening SGBV Protection for Women’s Rights Advocates /Marginalized Groups in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States

 

FCT PROJECT OFFICER (SPO)

TERMS OF REFERENCE (ToR)

 

Location:  Abuja

Type of Contract: Individual Contract

Post Level:   Consultant

Languages Required:  English

Starting Date: 2022

End Date: 2023

Duration of Initial Contract: Months

Line Manager: Project Coordinator

  1. Recruitment Objective

To engage a Consultant to develop a Social Accountability/Women’s Movement Monitoring Toolkit to increase awareness using standard advocacy strategies & messages sensitizing and aiding informed VAWG/SGBV/HP and SRHR for use in advocacy and sensitization engagements by stakeholders to enable sustainable change in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States.

Specific objectives:

Consultant to develop a context based SGBV Social Accountability/Women’s Movement Monitoring Toolkit on VAWG/SGBV/HP and the promotion of SRHR for women and girls in FCT, Adamawa and Sokoto States.

2. Responsibilities & Tasks

Desk review of documents on VAW/SGBV/HP and SRHR,All project documents Log frame Baseline studies Documents on: Social Accountability Mechanisms strategies for enhanced governance by women’s Movement’s globally Women’s Movement in Nigeria, its gains, gaps and recommendations for improvement. WRAPA Institutional memories and how it advanced women’s movement amidst other stakeholders in Nigeria Identify format and content to be used for Social Accountability/Women’s Movement Monitoring Toolkit Develop a concept note Design of the Tool Kit.

3. Inputs to be provided by WRAPA project team:

All project documents Log frame Baseline studies Initial site visit reports Mapping report

4. Expected Deliverables:
The consultant is expected to deliver the following outputs to Project Team for review and approval: Approved Consultancy work plan Consultant Concept Note on the Context based SGBV Tools for advocacy and sensitization
Submit a content framework of tool kit for the Team’s review Draft copy of design of Tool Kit Final approved Tool Kit for printing. List of materials referenced

5. Skills and Competencies

  1. Strong working in Social Accountability, strategic communication, participatory monitoring and evaluation
  2. Strong background in using social media to communicate as well as general audio-visual competencies. 
  3. Strong in strategies to coordinate synergy and sustainable women’s movements
  4. Strong knowledge of the communication landscape in the project state. 
  5. Strong ability to synthesize information into attractive and user friendly products.
  6. Demonstrable experience of their work.
  7. Partook in the Women’s movement with landmark achievement of national repute is an added advantage.
  8. Good grasp of  GBV accountability Framework
  9. A working knowledge of M&E including a component on the kit with simplified community score cards to the women’s movement including step by step budget monitoring and tracking
  10. Ability to speak the local language is a significant plus.

6. Guiding Principles

The Consultant shall:
Work with and be supervised by the Project Coordinator.
Carry out the responsibilities of the position in an efficient, effective, and professional manner.
Discharge the duties, observe and comply with all procedures, administrative regulations and standard operating procedures (SOP) of WRAPA and UN WOMEN
Exercise and eschew the values of due diligence, responsible work ethics, and mutual respect, due consideration, accountability and good faith in all dealings.

WRAPA shall:
Diligently discharge its obligations under this contract in a timely and transparent manner.
Extend its cooperation and support to the PD in accordance with best practice subject to
Mutual considerations.
The parties agree that the duties and functions outlined in the TOR are not exhaustive, whereby work of a similar nature may be expected to attain the contract objective.

7. Duration:

The duration of engagement will be 14 working days starting the month of July…2022 and ending the month of July. 2022, beginning from the date this agreement is signed.

8. How to Apply: Send CV and Cover Letter to wraparecruitment@gmail.com
Use the job title as the subject of the email.
Deadline: Tuesday, 19th July 2022.

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