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Sketching Help


Sketches, lines and colors held together by unlimited thoughts of super heroes and good deeds, this civil engineer has that in his head during work breaks whilst in a sea of social workers from the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office VII (DSWD FO VII).

Engr. Rolando ‘Jay-ar’ Maravilla, Jr. works as a civil engineer under one of the three core programs of DSWD. He wants to add the use of comics in helping people.

“Marami tayong dalang impormasyon ngunit sayang ‘yun kung hindi makakarating sa mga tao,” Engr. Jay-ar says as he walks to their temporary home in Mabinay, Negros Oriental.

The program, KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP (Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services-National Community-Driven Development Program), helps empower people by guiding them to achieve the basic needs in their communities by providing funding and technical experts.

Engr. Jay-ar recently won both first and second place in the national level of DSWD’s Strategic Goals Toons’ Comics Strip Contest. His comic strips tell the story of Super KC, the super hero who symbolizes KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP; and Kaya Ko Ang Pagbabago Campaign, a move to encourage people to change for the better.

“Gusto kong ipakita sa mga tao na may mga ahensya ang gobyerno na handang tumulong sa kanila—na may hope, na totoo pala ‘yun,” Engr. Jay-ar says.

Currently, Engr. Jay-ar is assigned in the province of Negros Oriental as part of the team who will guide communities there on how to go about the technical aspects of their proposed sub-projects. Most of the projects range from access roads to foot bridges, water systems, community production, environmental protection, skills trainings and other such activities that the communities have seen needed in their areas.

“Nakikita kong gustong gusto talaga nilang ma-implement yung mga proyekto nila. Kaya ginagamit ko ang aking kaalaman upang iguhit ang mga proposed projects ng mga komunidad in 3D. Sa ganun, mas na-iimagine nila ang hitsura nito,” Engr. Jay-ar says.

Most of the week he rides the habal-habal to go to far-flung communities.

“Bumulusok na nga kami sa katubuhan dahil malaki talaga ang mga bato. Nahihirapan ang motor na dumaan,” Engr. Jay-ar recalls with a laugh.

In working with DSWD, Engr. Jay-ar has given up seeing his parents daily in Palawan. Although he speaks Tagalog, it is not a hindrance for him to communicate with the community folks because he can understand Cebuano well.

Engr. Jay-ar is just one of the more than 800 field staff of KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP in the region. Majority of this population are deployed all over Central Visayas to help communities on how to build their proposed projects on their own. ###

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KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP Improves Local Governance


Kaingon ko ba ang panahon way kapakyasan,

Abi ko ba nga ang adlaw ray musalop ug unya musubang;

Ingon man diay niini ang ugma dali rang makalimot,

Mga saad ug panumpa gihabulan sa imong kamot.

 (I thought time does not fail,

That only the sun sets and then rises;

But love is like this—it easily forgets,

Promises and oaths are clothed by your hands.)

 

Rustico Mallosa, the barangay councilor of many verses, recites as he sits outside the barangay hall in the boondocks of Zamboanguita in Negros Oriental while a Kundiman song plays in the background.

In his village of farmers in Najandig, Rustico uses poetic words to catch people’s attention and lobby for community participation. Partly thru this, he inspires people to join KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP and support their community.

Kung wala pa ang KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, wala siguro mi paglaum nga mobarog pa. Among damgo nga makaabot og luwas ug mas dali sa lungsod dili gyud unta namo makita (If not for KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, we may not have hope to improve. We wouldn’t see our dream of reaching town safe and fast),” Rustico says as he smiles.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). It helps empower communities by sending experts to guide them in building or achieving their area’s needs. In barangay Najandig, the program sent engineers and financial analysts to help them build their proposed access road.

Isip usa ka konsehal, maningkamot gyud ko nga matabangan ang mga katawhan sa barangay. Kaniadto, mahadlok ko mohatod og pasyente sa lungsod pinaagi sa akong motorsiklo. Karon makatabang na ko kay makahatod na ko dayon tungod sa mas maayo nga dalan (As a councilor, I strive to help the village constituents. Before, I have apprehensions in bringing the sick to town with my motorcycle because the road is very dangerous. Now, I can already help them get medical attention because the road to town is better),” Rustico proudly says.

Before, people in barangay Najandig used to walk for around three hours just to get to the town proper to sell their produce and earn some money. The road had lots of large rocks and, during rainy season, it was often wet and slippery which made the road dangerous to the commuters. If you had no horse, you could only bring one sack. But now, because the most dangerous parts of the road have been concreted thru KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, motorcycles can better ply it to get to town.

Gipaspasan gyud namo ang MOA sa barangay aron ang mga proyekto malampuson. Tungod sa KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, kami sa konseho nadani usab nga mas mo-implementar og lain pang mga proyekto para sa among barangay (We expedited the processing of Memorandum Of Agreement (MOA) in the village to make the project a success. Because of KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP, we in the council are also encouraged to implement other projects for the village),” Rustico explains.

Rustico was one of those who pushed that a large part of the barangay’s money from the Municipal Development Council be used to increase the funding for the road project implementation before.

Currently, the maintenance of the completed road is also always given time in the council’s barangay development meeting. Part of the council’s proposal is the imposing of a toll fee to big trucks that pass by the road.

Rustico is the regional bayanI Ka! Award winner for Individual Category of Improved Local Governance. The award recognizes the everyday heroes in KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP communities.

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Rustico Mallosa recites a poem as he sits outside the Barangay Hall in Brgy. Najandig, Zamboanguita, Negros Oriental.

Hinaut nga aduna pay proyekto aron mahuman na gyud tanan pagsemento ang among dalan padulong sa lungsod (I wish there will be more projects so that we can finish concreting our road to town),” Rustico dreams.

Rustico, together with the rest of the barangay council and the Zamboanguita LGU, has also invited Tubig Pilipinas, Inc., a Non-Government Organization, to conduct a feasibility study to enable them to be granted a better water system in the future. ###

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Super KC Joins Yolanda Commemoration


BOGO CITY— In the midst of accomplishment reports, laden wreaths and lit candles, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office VII introduces a super hero to help empower Yolanda-hit communities as the country commemorates the anniversary of the super typhoon Yolanda.

With a face of silver and an attire of blue and green adorned with a red cape, Super KC met other government agencies, local and foreign NGOs, and Yolanda survivors during the province of Cebu’s commemoration of the typhoon Yolanda in Bogo City on November 6 to 7, 2014.

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DSWD’s Super KC dances the Kaya Ko Ang Pagbabago song with Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries in Bogo City on November 6, 2014 during the commemoration of super typhoon Yolanda.

Super KC is a super hero who symbolizes KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP or Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services – Community Driven Development Program.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of DSWD. It aims to empower people by helping them achieve the needs in their community.

The program is a scale-up of the Community-Driven Development (CDD) strategy, which was used and proven effective by the Kalahi-CIDSS project in its past 11 years of implementation.

The silver face of Super KC represents the bright future of empowered communities. The green color of the costume carries the dominant color of KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP and the blue color of the costume, red cape and yellow mask symbolize the protective embrace of DSWD.

Aside from these, Super KC also carries a shield of black with NCDDP letters and a baton with CEAC on it. CEAC or Community Empowerment Activity Cycle (CEAC) is a process which guides communities on the road to being empowered individuals. It is composed of social preparation, community-planning, community-based implementation, community monitoring and evaluation and transition.

In region VII, there are 3.2 million households in 2,311 barangays that are covered by KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP.

The Yolanda-affected areas in the region are divided into two: the poor and non-poor.

The non-poor but Yolanda-affected areas are the municipalities of Balamban, Consolacion, Liloan, Naga, Medellin, Carmen, Compostela and Cordova in Cebu province; Tubigon, Ubay, Carmen, Loon, Calape, Jagna, Trinidad, and Maribojoc in Bohol province; and Valencia, Sibulan, Basay, Dauin and Amlan in Negros Oriental province.

Those categorized as poor and Yolanda-affected areas are the municipalities of Asturias, Bantayan, Daanbantayan, Dumanjug, San Francisco, San Remegio, Sibonga, Tabogon, Tuburan, Alcoy, Borbon, Catmon, Ginatilan, Madridejos, Pilar, Poro, Santa Fe, Santander, Sogo, Tabuelan and Tudela in Cebu province; Guindulman, Alicia, Anda, Antequera, Bilar, Buenavista, Candijay, Catigbian, Clarin, Inabanga, Lila, Loay, Loboc, Mabini, Pilar, Pres. Carlos P. Garcia, Sagbayan, San Isidro, San Miguel, Sevilla, Balilihan and Valencia in Bohol province; Jimalalud, San Jose, Ayungon, Bindoy, La Libertad, Mabinay, Manjuyod, Pamplona, Tayasan and Vallehermoso in Negros Oriental province; and Lazi in Siquijor province.

KALAHI CIDSS-NCDDP helps the communities in these areas by providing funds and experts like social workers, engineers and financial analysts to help them achieve their proposed projects. Majority of these projects that the communities have proposed to build are buildings, roads, footbridges, sea walls and the likes.

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DSWD-7 To Recognise Everyday Heroes


CEBU CITY — To recognize the hard work being put by the local, everyday heroes who put their own communities before their own selves, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) has launched its first bayanI Ka! Awards.

Winners of the “bayanI Ka!” awards will serve as spokespersons of the KC-NCDDP (Kapit Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services—National Community-Driven Development Program) in their respective arenas. As such, the nominees must be willing and able to serve as program advocates in various program events and activities.

KC-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD). It aims to empower people by helping them achieve the needs in their community.

The program is a scale-up of the Community-Driven Development (CDD) strategy, which was used and proven effective by the Kalahi-CIDSS in its past 11 years of implementation.

In keeping with the social inclusion principle followed by Kalahi-CIDSS, the bayanI Ka! awards will not impose age, gender, and ethnicity restrictions on who can be recognized as a “bayanI”. However, eligibility requirements and criteria for selection will need to be set to ensure that the selected awardees truly represent the vision and mission of Kalahi-CIDSS.

The nominee/s must be based in a Kalahi-CIDSS area, have good character, be part of a KC-NCDDP that has implemented at least one cycle and not be involved in activities that will result in conflict of interest with Kalahi-CIDSS.

The criteria of selection for the “bayanI Ka!” awards are as follows: (1) bayanI: Exemplifies the bayanihan spirit by willingness to help people and the community, particularly toward welfare and development (40%); (2) Abilidad: Work done in Kalahi-CIDSS has contributed to improving the community (15%); (3) Yakag (Persuasion): Eloquence and ability to persuade the people to take part in community activities through Kalahi-CIDSS  (10%) ; (4) Asal: The nominee “walks the talk” – demonstrates participation, transparency, and accountability, values that Kalahi-CIDSS promotes (15%); (5) Nais: The nominee shows strong motivation to help the community (10%); and (6) Inspirasyon: Serves as a role model within the community (10%)

“bayanI Ka!” seeks to award individuals and/or groups who will serve as program advocates, we strive to choose the best among the best. As such, regions are not encouraged to nominate individuals/groups just to fill in categories. They have to be selected carefully to represent KC-NCDDP effectively.

Regions will choose the “bayanI” in each category. One national “bayanI” will then be chosen for each category.

There are six categories each for individual and group in the selection for Community Volunteers and five for Local Government Units.

Each nominee should clearly show initiatives as to why they are being nominated as the “bayanI” of KC-NCDDP and community-driven development in that category.

The categories are gender, disaster risk reduction management / environmental protection, indigenous peoples’ welfare, peace, improved local governance and volunteerism.

Aside from these, special awards will also be given. These awards are Best Youth Volunteer, Best Senior Citizen Volunteer, Best Indigenous Peoples Volunteer, Best PWD Volunteer, Award for Participatory Governance for the provincial local government unit, Award for Participatory Governance for the municipal local government unit, Best Civil Society Organization Partner and Best Area Coordinating Team.

The list of nominees will be submitted by the Area Coordinating Teams in member KC-NCDDP areas to the regional Social Marketing Unit.

The closing date for submission of nominations is on October 17, 2014.

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DSWD 7 Staff Readies for KC-NCDDP


CEBU CITY — The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Field Office 7 gets ready as its new community empowerment and poverty reduction plan, the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services—National Community-Driven Development Program (KC-NCDDP), goes full blast.

On September 23-24, 2014, the regular staff and procurement officers of DSWD 7 underwent an in-depth orientation on KC-NCDDP at the Crown Regency Hotel & Towers here.

During the training, participants were not only introduced to KC-NCDDP, but were also given an overview on the Community Empowerment Activity Cycle (CEAC) and the Disaster Risk Operations Management (DROM).

CEAC includes the social preparation; community planning; community-based implementation; community monitoring and evaluation; and transition of a KC-NCDDP area.

DROM, on the other hand, oversees the operations in the Yolanda-affected areas which are being prioritized by the program.

DSWD Field Office 7 Director Mercedita Jabagat welcomed the participants during the event while General Administration and Support Services Group (GASSG) Assistant Secretary Rodolfo Santos opened it.

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KC-NCDDP National Procurement Specialist Engr. Abelardo Cea speaks in front of organic staff of the DSWD during the program’s orientation at the Crown Regency Hotel.

Leading the team of speakers from the national office was KC-NCDDP Deputy National Program Manager for Operations Alexander Glova. With him were Deputy National Program Manager for Technical Support Services Division (TSSD) Cicero Juan Aguilar, National Procurement Specialist Engr. Abelardo Cea and National Finance Analyst Lalaine Encarnacion.

Aside from CEAC and DROM, procurement guidelines; implementation arrangements; and financial management and decentralized operations were also discussed.

Before the orientation ended, a workshop on the effects of KC-NCDDP to DSWD mainstreamed functions was held.

Alongside the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), KC-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the National Government implemented by DSWD. It is supported by the Philippine Development Plan (2011-2016).

KC-NCDDP is an expansion of the Community Driven Development (CDD) strategy that has been used and proven effective by the Kalahi CIDSS program for over 10 years.

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DSWD-7 Guides LGUs on Yolanda Rehabilitation


SAN REMEGIO, Cebu — Almost a year after Super typhoon Yolanda struck, communities here are still on the road to recovery. The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) introduces one of its core poverty alleviation programs, the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services—National Community-Driven Development Program (KC-NCDDP) to help empower affected communities by addressing their community-rebuilding needs.

The DSWD Field Office 7 conducted the first orientation in San Remegio in northern Cebu on September 18.  Orientation for the 16 priority areas on KC-NCDDP and disaster response operations procedures in the context of addressing needs for early recovery and rehabilitation in affected barangays is expected to be finished by September.

The identified priority areas are the municipalities of Medellin, Bantayan, Madridejos, Pilar, San Remegio, Sogod, Tuburan, Tudela, Borbon, Daanbantayan, Poro, San Francisco, Sta. Fe, Tabogon, Tabuelan which are all in Cebu  and Balilihan in Bohol.

During the launching of KC-NCDDP in Central Visayas on September 17, a memorandum of agreement between the participating municipalities and DSWD was already signed.

In northern Cebu alone, more than 93,000 households were affected by typhoon Yolanda. In San Remegio, 12, 268 or 97% of their 12, 779 total number of households were identified as damaged. An average of 31.5% of the social services infrastructures in the town was also affected.

“This is a big blessing to the town. The ball is now in our hands. Let us unite and help each other for the success of the implementation of Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP (Blessing gyud kaayo ni sa lungsod. Ang bola naa na sa atong mga kamot. Magtinabangay ta, maghiusa aron mulampos gyud ang pag-implementar sa Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP),” town mayor Mariano Martinez said as he spoke in front of barangay captains, NGO representatives, barangay LGU members, national government agencies and other community members.

To signify intent to participate in the project, LGUs and stakeholders signed a commitment of support during the orientation.

Disaster impact and municipal budget allocation were also discussed during the orientation.

The presentation of the town’s Damage Assessment and Needs Analysis (DANA) started the group discussion of the barangay captains and their constituents on damage assessment per barangay. This served as basis for their respective fund allocations.

All the twenty-seven barangays in San Remegio have more than a million allocated funds each waiting for their proposed projects. Personnel from KC-NCDDP will help these barangays identify the needs in their communities and, afterwards, guide them from project proposal making and presentation to the actual construction of the project. The community volunteers will be taught on budgeting, procurement and project management as they are expected to handle the projects themselves.

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Representatives from different barangays in San Remegio, northern Cebu identify the needs of their communities during the Municipal Orientation and Consultative Meeting on September 18, 2014.

A consultative meeting followed after the orientation. Here, the barangay representatives identified specific needs in their areas. Lack of farm to market roads, absence of libraries and shortage of street lights were among the problems identified.

After the municipal orientation and consultative meetings, the assigned area coordinating teams will also go to the barangays and conduct barangay assemblies to further take the program to the grassroots level.

The Grievance Redress System, which is one of the safety nets of the program, was also introduced. This feature enables members of the community to voice out concerns and report problems in their proposed projects.

Alongside the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), KC-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the National Government implemented by DSWD. It is supported by the Philippine Development Plan (2011-2016).

KC-NCDDP is an expansion of the Community Driven Development (CDD) strategy that has been used and proven effective by the Kalahi CIDSS program for over 10 years.

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DSWD-7 launches expanded anti-poverty program


CEBU CITY — To empower communities especially in Yolanda-affected areas, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 7 launches the Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services—National Community-Driven Development Program (Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP) in Cebu City on September 17.

Opened with a motorcade from the Cebu Provincial Capitol to the Bayfront Hotel at the North Reclamation Area, municipalities from the four provinces of Central Visayas spread the news about the new program.

“Today is a momentous event as we launch the KC-NCDDP in 72 Local Government Units covering 1,647 barangays with an allocation of Php 6.6 billion for various sub-projects that will be chosen and prioritized by the community based on their needs,” Shalaine Marie Lucero, DSWD 7 Assistant Regional Director for Operations said in front of around 400 participants from all over the region.

In the entire country, the identified KC-NCDDP recipients are 377 poor and Yolanda-affected municipalities, 293 poor but non-Yolanda-affected municipalities and 177 non-poor but Yolanda affected municipalities.

The criteria for municipalities to participate in the program are them being a (1) 4th to 6th class municipality with a Poverty Incidence higher than the national average of 26.5% based on the 2009 Small Area Estimates (SAE) of the National Statistical Coordination Board (NSCB); (2) 1st to 3rd class municipality with 40% Poverty Incidence or higher; or (3) municipality affected by Typhoon Yolanda within an NCDDP province, regardless of Poverty Incidence.  Poverty Incidence or PI is the number of households having an income below the Poverty Threshold.

KC-NCDDP is a government program that helps empower communities, improve local governance and reduce poverty by giving them improved access to services and making them participate in more inclusive local planning, budgeting and disaster risk-reduction and management.

Community projects include the repair, rebuilding or building of infrastructure projects like schools, roads and irrigation systems; procurement of tools & equipment for purposes of removal of debris; and backfilling, reshaping and landscaping of eroded areas.

In Central Visayas, KC-NCDDP is set to cover 3.2 million households in 2,311 barangays of 107 municipalities in the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor.

Alongside the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), KC-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the National Government implemented by DSWD. It is supported by the Philippine Development Plan (2011-2016).

KC-NCDDP is an expansion of the Community Driven Development (CDD) strategy that has been used and proven effective by the Kalahi-CIDSS program for over 10 years.

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DSWD-7 Trains Workers for Community Empowerment


CEBU CITY — To further prepare its staff in helping empower the people, the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) Region 7 conducts its rollout of the Kalahi CIDSS-NCDDP (Kapit-Bisig Laban sa Kahirapan-Comprehensive and Integrated Delivery of Social Services— National Community-Driven Development Program) by gathering them in Cebu.

The capacity-building participants, who will be based in Bohol and Yolanda-affected areas in Cebu, are gathered in Cebu City for a detailed brief on their roles and functions before they will be deployed to their respective areas. This training-workshop runs from September 9 to 13, 2014.

They will be specifically designated in the municipalities of Medellin, Bantayan, Madridejos, Pilar, San Remegio, Sogod, Tuburan, Tudela, Borbon, Daanbantayan, Poro, San Francisco, Sta. Fe, Tabogon, Tabuelan which are all in Cebu and Balilihan in Bohol.

“Sabi nga ni Sec. Dinky (Soliman), maging magiliw, matapat at mahusay,” DSWD Region 7 Director Mercedita P. Jabagat stands in front of eager faces as she advises the participants regarding public service.

This is still first of the 3 batches that are set to undergo the training. The workshop cycle is slated to be done by mid-October.

Before this, all the batches already attended a two-day pre-deployment orientation.

The participants, who are considered as the front liners of the program, will live and completely immerse in the communities where they are assigned.  These Area Coordinating Teams consist of community facilitators, area coordinators, monitoring and evaluation personnel, deputy area coordinators (engineers) and financial analysts.

KC-NCDDP is a government program that helps empower communities, improve local governance and reduce poverty by giving them improved access to services and making them participate in more inclusive local planning, budgeting and disaster risk-reduction and management.

Alongside the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps) and Sustainable Livelihood Program (SLP), KC-NCDDP is one of the three core poverty alleviation programs of the National Government implemented by DSWD. It is aligned to the Philippine Development Plan until 2019.

KC-NCDDP is an expansion of the Community Driven Development (CDD) strategy that has been used and proven effective by the Kalahi-CIDSS program for over 10 years.

In Central Visayas, KC-NCDDP is set to cover 3.2 million households in 2, 311 barangays of 107 municipalities in the provinces of Bohol, Cebu, Negros Oriental and Siquijor.

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