Africa

Africa's global image.
Ethiopia, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Fertilizer Dashboard Scoping Study

13 years ago, we began our first AMP implementation with the Government of Ethiopia. We’ve continued to work in Ethiopia in the years since, through AMP upgrades, training, sessions, and new features. The first country to adopt AMP, Ethiopia's Aid Management Platform has played a crucial role in shaping further enhancements and iterations of Development Gateway's flagship program.

Ethiopia is also one of five countries in which we conducted an in-depth scoping study to determine the feasibility and potential use for fertilizer dashboards to inform key decisions of government, civil society, private sector, and farmers. Through the Fertilizer scoping study, we learned how fertilizer data is currently used in decision-making processes in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Development Gateway builds trust and ability among individuals interested in using AMP.

Government of Ethiopia Representative
Madagascar, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Uptake and use of IATI data in country Aid Information Management Systems

Since 2005, Madagascar has used the La Plateforme de Gestion de l’Aide to align projects with their national plans and to prepare the national budgets. In January 2015, we began work, with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to better understand the value of using IATI data in country systems. We worked to integrate the use of IATI data in the operational practices of Madagascar’s planning organizations.

In 2017, DG participated in a program to support the use of IATI data in reporting to the Madagascar AMP. Madagascar was selected as a Pilot Country. We helped Madagascar use UNICEF’s IATI data for reporting, replacing a manual process and allowing for more detail into AMP.

Burkina Faso, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Uptake and use of IATI data in country Aid Information Management Systems

Combining two disparate systems into one platform, Burkina Faso's la Plateforme de Gestion de l’Aide facilitates data mangement, reporting, and improved decisionmaking.

Additionally, in January 2015, we began work, with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to better understand the value of using IATI data in country systems. We worked to integrate the use of IATI data in the operational practices of Burkina Faso’s planning organizations.

Democratic Republic of Congo, beginning of
Aid Management Program

Launching their public portal in 2012, the government uses the program to not only manage aid flows, but also all investment financed by the state, private, and local investors.

[Before AMP] different ministries would speak directly with donor partners. Now… to acquire information the unique official source is AMP

Government Representative
Malawi, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Results Data Initiative

The first government to geocode their AMP data, Malawi launched their public portal at an "Open Development for Evidence-Based Policy" workshop in 2013.

Since 2017, DG has been working on the Results Data Initiative with the Government of Malawi to find practical applications of data to support government leaders get the information they need to base management, policy, and planning decisions on actual results. In this component, we put our problem-driven, iterative, and adaptive (PDIA) approach into motion – facilitating cross ministerial discussions around key problems and decisions for which data could be used, and potential data sources and tool designs to meet these needs. We then work with a narrow technical group to operationalize the solutions to address those needs. This new approach enabled us to leverage knowledge, capacity, and data from across ministries to design more holistic, needs-based solutions. Our goal is to develop sustainable (and scalable) tools and analysis that outlast this program. In Malawi, our focus is on improving how results data are used in the agriculture sector.

...the Public Portal of the AMP marks yet another milestone in the open development agenda, as all key stakeholders will have direct access to development aid data.

Maxwell Mkwezalamba, Malawi Minister of Finance
Mozambique, beginning of
Aid Information Management System

The country's updated system, ODAmoz 2.0, includes additional aid classification schemes, an interactive map, and new custom reporting tools. DG also trained Mozambique officials and evaluated budget information system integration.

Tanzania, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Results Data Initiative

In Phase I of the Results Data Initiative from 2015-2016, we interviewed nearly 500 people at all levels of government, development partner agency, and civil society organization – focusing on those at the sub-national level – asking about their experiences on results data collection, sharing, reporting, and use. In Tanzania, we focused on the health and agriculture sectors.

In Phase II of the Results Data Initiative, we are working with the Government of Tanzania to find practical applications of data to support government leaders get the information they need to base management, policy, and planning decisions on actual results. In this component, we put our problem-driven, iterative, and adaptive (PDIA) approach into motion – facilitating cross ministerial discussions around key problems and decisions for which data could be used, and potential data sources and tool designs to meet these needs. We then work with a narrow technical group to operationalize the solutions to address those needs. This new approach enabled us to leverage knowledge, capacity, and data from across ministries to design more holistic, needs-based solutions.

Additionally, connecting mainland and Zanzibar government officials and development partners, Tanzania's Aid Management Platform offers decentralized input control for better planning decisions.

 DG has also built many user-friendly tools for Tanzania such as the Tanzania Sectoral Service Dashboards and the Water Point Mapping System.

...everyone can use AMP to analyze, to see, to view, and to provide any data.

Tanzania Development Partner Representative
Niger, beginning of
Aid Management Program, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

Niger's Plateforme de Gestion de l’Aide now includes AMP's robust GIS module to geolocate all development projects in-country.

Through the USAID AidData/Higher Education Securities Network partnership, DG has geolocated all development projects in Niger, totaling approximately 700 projects and almost US $2 billion from 2010-2015. 

Senegal, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Open Contracting, Uptake and use of IATI data in country Aid Information Management Systems, Data Use Pilots, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

By successfully linking information captured in the AMP with the national budgetary database, the government of Senegal can capture the broader story of financial flows in-country.

In Open Contracting (OC), DG is completing a two-year project to implement OC data use projects in Senegal (and Uganda). We aim to facilitate implementation of the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS), but more of our focus is on collaborating with local actors, to understand their needs from procurement data; designing and developing tools to explore these use cases; and promoting active engagement on these issues.

In January 2015, we began work, with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to better understand the value of using IATI data in country systems. We worked to integrate the use of IATI data in the operational practices of Senegal’s planning organizations.

In conducting Data Use Pilots in Senegal, DG and the Initiative for OpenAg Funding completed a Landscape Analysis: interventions in the Nutrition Sector in Senegal. 

Finally, as part of the USAID Higher Education Securities Network grant, we conducted country-level research on how development data are used in Senegal (and Timor-Leste and Uganda). We identified common barriers keeping the supply of development data from addressing demand, and built new GIS tools for custom analysis to address this, as well as strengthened analytical capacity to do so. The Avoiding Data Graveyards: Insights from Data Producers and Users in Three Countries report stemmed from these studies.

South Sudan, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

With the foresight to implement their Aid Management Platform before independence in July 2011, the young nation of South Sudan leverages this tool to track donor-funded projects and commitments.

Uganda, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Open Contracting, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

Connecting and geocoding government and donor-funded projects within a single system, once launched for the public AMP Uganda will increase transparency and improve decision making capabilities. In 2017, DG underwent integrating AMP with Uganda’s DFMAS system. DG created a Budget Integration Tool for the Government of Uganda that reads DMFAS public debt-related data and imports it into UAMP. The entire community benefits from the linkage because it provides a fuller picture of development activities to AMP, strengthening public financial management in Uganda.

In Open Contracting (OC), DG is completing a two-year project to implement OC data use projects in Uganda (and Senegal). We aim to facilitate implementation of the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS), but more of our focus is on collaborating with local actors, to understand their needs from procurement data; designing and developing tools to explore these use cases; and promoting active engagement on these issues.

As part of the USAID Higher Education Securities Network grant, we conducted country-level research on how development data are used in Senegal (as well as Timor-Leste and Uganda). We identified common barriers keeping the supply of development data from addressing demand, and built new GIS tools for custom analysis to address this, as well as strengthened analytical capacity to do so. The Avoiding Data Graveyards: Insights from Data Producers and Users in Three Countries report stemmed from these studies.

We are accountable to the public, so anyone… should be able to access all of the information they need off the system.

Uganda Development Partner Representative
Liberia, beginning of
Aid Management Program

In 2010, USAID and DG, as part of the AidData Center for Development Policy, partnered to develop and build an interactive GIS module for the Government of Liberia’s installation of the DG flagship product, the Aid Management Platform (AMP).Since then, we have developed a new, state-of-the-art GIS module that built upon the original model for Liberia, deployed in 8 HESN partner countries through direct USAID investment, and has been scaled up to 16 total countries through external funding.

Kenya, beginning of
Open Schools Kenya, Fertilizer Scoping Study

Engaging with community members to collect and combine locally- and government-sourced data, and provide a feedback mechanism for parents to improve education information. Open Schools Kenya is a joint initiative of GroundTruth Initiative, Map Kibera, DG, Feedback Labs, and the Gates Foundation.

In 2017, Kenya was one of five countries in which we conducted an in-depth scoping study to determine the feasibility and potential use for fertilizer dashboards to inform key decisions of government, civil society, private sector, and farmers. Through the Fertilizer scoping study, we learned how fertilizer data is currently used in decision-making processes in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Chad, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Uptake and use of IATI data in country Aid Information Management Systems

Chad's AMP will include geocoded aid information and a public portal, signaling committment to granular, transparent information. In early 2018, Chad was one of the first countries to implement AMP Offline, an offline client application for our flagship Aid Management Platform, available for all clients with AMP 3.0. 

In January 2015, we began work, with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to better understand the value of using IATI data in country systems.
We worked to integrate the use of IATI data in the operational practices of Chad’s planning organizations.

Cote d'Ivoire, beginning of
Aid Management Program, Uptake and use of IATI data in country Aid Information Management Systems

Côte d’Ivoire is the first country to commit to geocoding project locations and launching a public portal during year one of AMP implementation. Côte d’Ivoire has very quickly become a strong AMP user. Last year at the AMP Good Practice workshop in Dakar, Côte d'Ivoire shared its experience having quickly achieved an impressive set of results and leadership success, including establishing AMP as the country’s national level reference Aid Management System. 

In January 2015, we began work, with support from the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to better understand the value of using IATI data in country systems.
We worked to integrate the use of IATI data in the operational practices of Côte d’Ivoire's planning organizations.

Additionally, in 2017, DG joined our partners at the AidData Center for Development Policy in launching the Côte d’Ivoire (CIV) open geospatial data center (OpenDCH), supported by USAID-CIV and PEPFAR. By reducing barriers to data access; addressing challenges around data quality and sharing; and supporting the development of analytical skills and “smart demand” for geospatial information, the OpenDCH/GeoCenter project will serve as an essential Data Collaborative “Hub."

[AMP] will be a one-stop shop of information on aid flows that will improve efficiency in the monitoring and management of external resources that benefit our country.

Nial Kaba, CIV Minister of Economy and Finance
Somalia, beginning of
Monitoring & Evaluation System

DG maintains the USAID/Somalia Clearinghouse, a system that collects and reports on data entered by implementing partners and third-party monitors on USAID-funded programming within Somalia.

The Gambia, beginning of
Aid Management Program

The Gambia will provide the Ministry of Finance and other policymakers with a more complete picture of the resources dedicated to promoting development.

Ghana, beginning of
Results Data Initiative, PREMAND, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

From 2015-2016, we interviewed nearly 500 people at all levels of government, development partner agency, and civil society organization – focusing on those at the sub-national level – asking about their experiences on results data collection, sharing, reporting, and use. We aimed to learn more about how Ghana is approaching the many challenges of using data on the outputs and outcomes (results) of its policies and programs in health and agriculture sectors.

The PREMAND (PREventing Maternal and Neonatal Deaths) project seeks to understand why mortality rates for mothers and newborns in low-resource environments remain high. The project supplements existing clinical data with a better understanding of the social and environmental factors that affect outcomes for mothers and infants in northern Ghana.

As part of the USAID Higher Education Securities Network grant and in partnership with the AidData Center for Development Policy, DG designed and developed an interactive geospatial dashboard and integrated it with the Ghana Ministry of Finance existing Development Cooperation Management Information System (DCMIS). The GIS tool allows to display project locations from the DCMIS with visualizations that provide more context to the projects taking place at each location, analytics tools to give further insight into development in Ghana and sharing capabilities which allows to share or export maps.

Tunisia, beginning of
Procurement

DG completed an assessment of the Government of Tunisia's e-procurement systems.

Americas

America's location region.
Haiti, beginning of
Aid Management Platform, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

Haiti's AMP public portal launched in 2013 and continues to serve as a critical tool for governments, donors, and citizens during reconstruction efforts following the catastrophic 2010 earthquake. In 2017, we rolled out disaster risk trainings that aim to help utilizing the AMP as a disaster risk planning tools for USAID/Haiti Health and Education Projects. 

As a follow-on to our ongoing AMP work in Haiti, DG is partnering with the AidData Center for Development Policy and USAID through a buy-in to the Higher Education Solutions Network (HESN) Cooperative Agreement to support Haiti in building upon its existing Aid Management Platform (MGAE) to increase data use among government ministries and development partners as well as link geocoded data to disaster readiness training. We are focusing on in-country capacity building and further institutionalization of the use of national data tools such as the MGAE.

[AMP] will directly support our efforts to become an emerging economy by 2030.

Government of Haiti Representative
Honduras, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

The first Central American country to use the AMP, Honduras' public portal launch in 2013 was accompanied by a government-sponsored public awareness campaign.

United States, beginning of
UNDG Information Management System, USAID Higher Education Securities Network, UNICEF Countdown to 2030, CCAPS

The United Nations Development Group Information Management System (IMS) is designed to improve coordination among the many country offices, mechanisms, and departments that make up the UN. The system allows users in more than 130 country offices globally to report on their progress toward increased cooperation and knowledge sharing. The result of the system has been improved coordination and data management; data visualization and analysis, and intuitive data entry. An API is presently being developed, which would pull selected data from the IMS for display on a public-facing platform, to better communicate UNDG’s strategic goals and ongoing programmatic work.

As part of the USAID HESN grant, we conducted country-level research on how development data are used in Senegal (and Timor-Leste and Uganda). We identified common barriers keeping the supply of development data from addressing demand, and built new GIS tools for custom analysis to address this, as well as strengthened analytical capacity to do so. The Avoiding Data Graveyards: Insights from Data Producers and Users in Three Countries report stemmed from these studies.

Additionally, DG has collaborated with various US academic partners, US Government agencies, and UN agencies on visualizing M&E data through building analytical tools and dynamic dashboards. We're currently working with UNICEF, a Countdown 2030 member, to develop a series of comprehensive dashboards that illuminate progress towards achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3, Good Health and Wellbeing. Additionally, our CCAPS project partnered with the University of Texas at Austin's Strauss Center for International Security and Law to build a climate dashboard to analyze where and how climate-related events could disrupt Africa’s security and development.

Worldwide, beginning of
Information Management System

The Information Management System is a tool that will help United Nations Development Group staff around the globe to report progress on progress and share good practices. It allows users in 130+ country offices to report on progress toward increased cooperation and knowledge sharing. 

The IMS built by Development Gateway has started a data evolution within our office. It is triggering a redefinition of our added value as a UN unit [...} We are now able to manage 132 countries worth of data according to our priorities.

Team Leader Knowledge and Innovation, United Nations Development Operations Coordination Office
Colombia, beginning of
USAID MONITOR GIS

An open source GIS solution integrated into USAID/Colombia's existing M&E system allowing the visualization of disaggregated results data.

Canada, beginning of
Results Data Initiative

We are supporting Global Affairs Canada (GAC) as part of our Results Data Initiative in using data to address acute problems and inform key decisions. With Global Affairs Canada, we are working to co-create, test, and scale tools and processes that increase the use of data and evidence in policy making. Findings from our work will inform GAC’s implementation of its Architecture for Results in International Assistance strategy.

Chile, beginning of
Procurement

DG is working with ChileCompra to improve e-procurement and open contracting processes. Through this project, DG seeks to determine the quality of current open data; evaluate the accessibility of the data; and build a plan of action to achieve or strengthen the highest international standard.

Europe

Europe's global image.
Kosovo, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

The first country to launch a public portal, Kosovo's AMP tracks over € 1.5 billion worth of project commitments utilizing data dashboards maps.

…we are now more effective and more efficient because the information necessary is just one click away.

Development Partner Representative, Kosovo
Moldova, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

Moldova's public AMP tracks donor commitments via easily accessible, standardized dashboards and maps, and serves as the basis for official government cooperation reports

Development Partner Representative, Kosovo
European Union, beginning of
EU-DEVFIN

A scalable platform that enhances official development assistance (ODA) reporting capacity for new European Union (EU) member states.

Norway, beginning of
Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative

DG partnered with the Extractives Industry Transparency Initiative (EITI) Secretariat to develop the Extractives Data Portal. The EITI Global Portal highlights results of countries’ EITI processes, country data, and EITI media stories; provides time-series analysis using data collected by EITI countries; advances public understanding of the natural resources value chain; and offers guidance to countries at various stages of the EITI process. 

United Kingdom, beginning of
Results Data Initiative, Open Contracting

We are supporting the UK's Department for International Development (DFID) as part of our Results Data Initiative in using data to address acute problems and inform key decisions. We’re conducting analyses in DFID HQ and Country Offices – supporting analysis and presentation of results data for policy and program design. We are helping identify ways in which DFID can more effectively use data to drive portfolio-level decisions.

Additionally, DG has worked with the Foreign & Commonwealth Office on open contracting assessments across West Africa.

Asia

Asia's global image.
Timor-Leste, beginning of
Aid Management Platform, USAID Higher Education Securities Network

Implemented in just 2 months - and made public 4 months later - Timor's AMP features a geocoded project map and is linked with the country's Integrated Financial Information Management System. The Government of Timor-Leste used data from the Aid Management Platform in its 2012 Development Cooperation Report, emphasizing its use in high-level coordination and support. Timor-Leste’s AMP is a rich source of publicly-available development cooperation data.

As part of the USAID Higher Education Securities Network grant, we conducted country-level research on how development data are used in Timor-Leste (and Senegal and Uganda). We identified common barriers keeping the supply of development data from addressing demand, and built new GIS tools for custom analysis to address this, as well as strengthened analytical capacity to do so. The Avoiding Data Graveyards: Insights from Data Producers and Users in Three Countries report stemmed from these studies.

Transparency means transparency. We have nothing to hide.

Emilia Pires, Timor-Leste Minister of Finance
Lao PDR, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

Lao's public AMP tracks over US $3 billion in overseas direct assistance, serving as the foundation for Ministry of Planning and Investment annual reports to shape policymaking.

Nepal, beginning of
Aid Management Platform, mSTAR, Open Contracting

Nepal's public AMP includes a geocoded map of the country allowing policymakers, donors, and advocates to visualize ongoing project locations against key indicators such as population and literacy rates. 40+ development partners have reported nearly 700 projects into the AMP, representing over $US 6 billion in aid disbursements and $US 7 billion in commitments. AMP is used to create an annual “Development Cooperation Report” and to inform government and donor aid policies. 

We are also working to support FHI 360’s Mobile Solutions Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) project to increase food security. We are supporting Feed the Future programming across Cambodia and Nepal, aiming to identify opportunities for strengthening data and digital interoperability across Feed the Future agriculture and nutrition portfolios to support better-informed decision making.

In working on Open Contracting in Nepal, a collaborative effort between DG and four Government of Nepal (GoN) agencies intends to procurement information more open, accessible and useful for government, the private sector and civil society. The project aimed to improve procurement transparency, planning, management and citizen engagement, with a focus on aid and development resources.

  • Data Vizualization
  • Layering datasets for a more complete policy picture

AMP gets everyone in the same room and puts information in a package.

Nepal Development Partner Representative
Kyrgyz Republic, beginning of
Aid Management Platform

Kyrgyz's Aid Management Platform will consolidate aid flow information to facilitate effective leadership and adherence to the national development strategy. As of May 2015, over 150 public investment projects (PIP) have been entered and validated in the AMP, accounting for over $5 billion in commitments. To date, eleven development partners received training and six have begun entering projects into the AMP, adding 79 previously unaccounted for projects into the system.

Asian Region, beginning of
Asian Development Bank Geocoding and GIS Visualization

Through the AidData Partnership, this work includes capturing the Asian Development Bank’s (ADB) portfolio - comprising 700 projects and 11,000 locations - and installing a geocoding toolkit integrated with ADB's existing systems. A scalable, public-facing geomapping platform is under development.

Vietnam, beginning of
Procurement, UNICEF Country and Regional Data Action Plans

We are supporting the government’s interest in implementing open contracting principles and improving its monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the procurement process. With the World Bank Open Contracting Team, DG implemented OCDS and deployed the M&E Dashboard to enable the Public Procurement Agency (PPA) to use analytics to support its monitoring objectives.

We are also working with International Solutions Group (ISG) in the East Asia Pacific region including Vietnam (and Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Thailand) to build out country and regional data action plans to help UNICEF ensure data usefulness within UNICEF strategic programming. These plans aim to identify where UNICEF is best-placed to support data for country priorities.

Sri Lanka, beginning of
Results Data Initiative

From 2015-2016, our Results Data Initiative interviewed nearly 500 people at all levels of government, development partner agencies, and civil society organizations – focusing on those at the sub-national level – asking about their experiences on results data collection, sharing, reporting, and use. We aimed to learn more about how Sri Lanka is approaching the many challenges of using data on the outputs and outcomes (results) of its policies and programs in health and agriculture sectors. You may access the full Findings from Sri Lanka report here, which includes recommendations, and more detail about our findings.

Bangladesh, beginning of
HESN Bangladesh GIS

In August 2015 Development Gateway (DG) conducted an assessment trip for the HESN Bangladesh GIS project to determine the stakeholders, use cases, interest, and processes around the supplementing the Bangladesh Aid Information Management System with information on where project activities take place at a subnational level, and a robust and interactive GIS tool. The Bangladesh GIS tool is currently in stages of finalization.

 

Mongolia, beginning of
Procurement

In 2017, we completed a scoping study of the implementation of the Open Contracting Data Standard (OCDS) in Mongolia. With the World Bank, we provided practical advice to support implementation of OCDS by mapping the government’s information management systems and data scheme to the standard, and sharing recommendations and best practices to facilitate its adoption. Additionally, we identified specific use cases of highest priority to the procurement authority and to other data users, and provided recommendations to support improved data collection and use.

Cambodia, beginning of
mSTAR

We are working to support FHI 360’s Mobile Solutions Technical Assistance and Research (mSTAR) project to increase food security in Cambodia and Nepal. We are supporting Feed the Future programming across Cambodia, aiming to identify opportunities for strengthening data and digital interoperability across Feed the Future agriculture and nutrition portfolios to support better-informed decision making.

Papua New Guinea, beginning of
UNICEF Country and Regional Data Action Plans

DG is working with UNICEF in East Asia and Pacific region, including in Papua New Guinea (as well as Vietnam, the Philippines, and Thailand) to build out country and regional data action plans to help UNICEF ensure data usefulness within UNICEF strategic programming. These plans aim to identify where UNICEF is best-placed to support data for country priorities.

Philippines, beginning of
UNICEF Country and Regional Data Action Plans

DG is working with UNICEF in East Asia and Pacific region, including the Philippines (as well as Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Thailand) to build out country and regional data action plans to ensure data data usefulness within UNICEF strategic programming. These plans aim to identify where UNICEF is best-placed to support data for country priorities.

Jordan, beginning of
Aid Management Program

DG is working with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (MOPIC) to implement the Aid Flows Information System (AFIS). AFIS will leverage the best-in-class AMP technology, and help the government monitor official development assistance flows in-country. The implementation of AFIS in Jordan will provide MOPIC with a mechanism to track both traditional development assistance, and commitments to support the refugee response through the Jordan Response Platform for the Syria Crisis.

AFIS will help the ministry better anticipate aid implementation, pledge alignment, aid coordination, and aid gaps, and provide data-driven gap analysis and targeted recommendations. The AFIS in Jordan is serving as the central data source for Development Partners as well as the Government.

Thailand, beginning of
UNICEF Country and Regional Data Action Plans

DG is working with UNICEF in East Asia and Pacific region, including in Thailand (as well as Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, and Thailand) to build out country and regional data action plans to help UNICEF ensure data usefulness within UNICEF strategic programming. These plans aim to identify where UNICEF is best-placed to support data for country priorities.

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