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Job Openings at Plan International

Plan International

Job Openings at Plan International

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We believe in the power and potential of every child. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, exclusion and discrimination. And it’s girls who are most affected.
Working together with children, young people, our supporters and partners, we strive for a just world, tackling the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children.
We are recruiting to fill the vacant position below:

 

Job Title: Grants Management and Compliance Specialist
Req ID: 19602
Location: Nigeria
Type of Role: Permanent
Reports to: Director of Institutional Funding
Job Description

  • Plan began life as a child sponsorship organisation with procedures and structures to match. From 2008 its income stream began to diversify with institutional income becoming increasingly important.
  • This post will play an important leadership role in the implementation of new procedures and the capacity development of Plan International’s Country Offices to manage institutional funding and comply with donor regulations.
  • You will be responsible for developing policy, procedure, guidance and tools to support our Country Offices to successfully acquire and manage institutional funding.
  • Plan therefore undertook to review policy, procedure and standards around the acquisition and management of funds and is now at an exciting and challenging point when the changes inherent in these new policies and procedures are to be implemented.

Key Deliverables

  • Contributing to global leadership and global decision making on institutional funding related issues.
  • Leading on the development of policy, procedure, guidance and tools around grants management and compliance and monitoring their effectiveness.
  • Developing strong working relationships with Regional and Country Offices, Programme Quality, Finance and Learning and Development colleagues in order to integrate and align Plan’s grants management procedures into the mainstream of Plan International’s activities, ensuring that policy goals are met and financial procedures support effective grants management.
  • Participating in and engaging with networks around grants and institutional funding and those related to specific donors.
  • Providing direct support and technical expertise to Country Offices around large grant start up, problem resolution and grants in emergency situations.

The Individual

  • You will be experienced in working with large donors with a detailed understanding of how institutional donors interact with INGO’s and how we manage grants from end to end.
  • You will have proven experience of developing, articulating and implementing policies, procedures and supporting tools to a wide range of audiences from formal governance structures to field offices.
  • A good understanding of financial management and some understanding of accounting procedures is essential as is experience developing and delivering learning material.
  • A credible influencer and communicator, you will have an inclusive, consultative and adaptive approach to decision making, experienced in navigating complex organisational structures.

Salary
£50,000-60,000 per annum or competitive salary depending on local salary scales in location


 

Job Title: Education in Emergencies Specialist (EiE) – Deployment Roster
Req ID: 22361
Location: Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Purpose of Role

  • The Education in Emergencies Specialist (EiE) will deploy, often at short notice, to support a Country Office (CO) respond to a particular emergency.
  • Under the supervision of the Emergency Response Manager (ERM), the EiE Specialist will ensure overall efficiency and effectiveness of the programme management, delivery and accomplishment of project goals and objectives.
  • The EiE Specialist will also assist the ERM in developing quality and successful EiE funding proposals for donors as per donors’ requirement and support grants coordinators and M&E in producing the donor reports.

Key Tasks

  • Ensure all education interventions have a clear focus on addressing the specific needs of young girls, adolescent girls and young women.
  • Provide support to develop education program plans.
  • Actively represent Plan International at Education Cluster and Working Group meetings, inputting in to the 3Ws on a regular basis.
  • Represent Plan to governmental and non-governmental stakeholders as agreed with the ERM
  • Train EiE staff in key aspects of EiE programmes and relevant aspects of INEE
  • Conduct onsite visits, periodical reporting, on-going documentation and dissemination of experiences about Plan International EiE & ECCD interventions
  • Contribute in documenting Plan’s experience, lessons learnt and case studies
  • Conduct regular meetings with EiE Team for follow up of activities and programme planning together with CP and Youth teams for effective coordination and integration
  • Conduct assessments as required, in line with Plan International’s standard tools.
  • Provide support in designing EiE proposals (including logframes and programmatic budgets and staffing plans) based on the outcomes of assessments and the context
  • Ensure a Child Centred Community Development Approach ensuring gender equity and social inclusion in all aspects of basic education and learning programmes

Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response. It also stores information on these candidates.
  • The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received.
  • A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Knowledge & Experience

  • Previous experience of applying relevant interagency humanitarian frameworks and standards in EiE & ECCD in emergencies (for example INEE Minimum Standards)
  • Experience of implementing EiE and ECCD in emergencies programs at pre-primary, primary and secondary school level
  • Broad knowledge and understanding of the Humanitarian Programme Cycle, including experience with Humanitarian Response Planning and/or Humanitarian Needs
  • Proven experience in conducting Education needs assessments
  • Proven experience in the design, proposal writing, implementation and evaluation of EiE programmes
  • Experience of and demonstrated ability to effectively network with a diverse range of organizations and relevant government departments at the district level

Skills:

  • Good knowledge of and experience in Minimum Standards for Education in Emergencies (INEE), Education Cluster Handbook and ECCD standard guidelines.
  • Strong team management, staff capacity building and motivation skills in teamwork and networking.
  • Knowledge on tackling inequality and exclusion
  • Excellent skills in donor proposal / report writing
  • Experience in conducting Education needs assessments
  • External representation and communication skills, including ability to facilitate and lead group meetings and working groups
  • May be required, to work during late hours, weekends and holidays in order to ensure timely delivery of programmes.
  • Language skills desirable ( for example English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic)

 

 

 

Job Title: IT Specialist – Deployment Roster
Req ID: 22705
Location: Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response. It also stores information on these candidates.
  • The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received. A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Key Tasks
Restoration and management of power, communications and IT:

  • Lead or manage the set up or scale up of emergency responses ensuring safe power, voice & data communication and IT functions
  • Complete needs assessment  to understand and prioritise short and long-term power, communications and IT needs,
  • Creation of an ICT operational management plan
  • Carry out the physical set up of power, communications and IT systems
  • Initially utilizing portable technologies such as BGAN as the response advances
  • Thereafter facilitate high capacity semi-permanent communications using technologies such as VSAT

Coordination & Representation:

  • Liaise with and represent Plan International at meetings with key in-country donors, UN agencies such as Emergency Telecomms Cluster and peer agencies such as NetHope, ensuring a high level of coordination, identifying funding opportunities and potential for strategic partnerships.
  • Provide advice and support to senior management on power, voice, data & IT communication issues and collaborate with staff on budgets, and IT  aspects of the programme, and implementation mechanisms as required
  • Provide training and capacity building as required

Supply chain and logistics:

  • Establish the ICT supply chain and resource local IT officers.
  • Ensure that technical equipment procured meets the Plan International  standards
  • Support senior logistics staff ensuring clear division of responsibilities and  clear objectives to enable the them to meet the responses power and comms needs and  ensure appropriate and cost effective implementation based on infrastructure needs
  • Identify and maintain an inventory of all disaster response  ICT equipment

Media & Communications:

  • Provide technical support to CDs and visiting DRM and communications staff to enable  media work
  • Ensure ICT elements are included in sitreps

Skills and Experience

  • Needs assessment and surveying skills
  • Planning and project management skills
  • Experience of managing costs and preparing a telecoms  budget
  • Familiar with fixed and mobile satellite communications, Mobile technologies (e.g. 3G, mobile data collection), computer hardware and maintenance, setting up networks LAN, WAN, Wifi, Point to Point connection, GPS, BGANs, VHF and UHF Radio
  • Experience in mobile device rapid assessments tool
  • Experience of working in Field locations.
  • Experience of working in disaster response advantageous but not essential
  • FITTEST or other equivalent ICT in emergencies training an advantage.
  • Hostile Environment Awareness Training
  • Good communication and documentation skills
  • Written and spoken English
  • Language skills appropriate to the deployment an advantage.
  • Experience in training
  • Teamwork, patience, flexibility, motivation
  • Networking (clusters, other responders)
  • Logistics coordination (for equipment movement)
  • Budget and vendor management
  • Familiarity with Plan International systems and tools
  • Corporate systems (Regional Intranet, SAP, Plan Learning, HRIS, Office 365 Administration)
  • Communication, Information Management and Collaborative tools (Skype, Email, SMS, video conference, Planet, OneDrive, Dropbox)
  • Security (Anti-virus, patching, web filter, firewall, network security)
  • Data collection and visualization (Mobile device rapid assessment tools (i.e. Poimapper), Google Maps, GPS, GIS, geo-location tagging, Basic photography, compass)
  • Familiarity with basics of power and energy (Basic electrical knowledge, Solar power, power banks, generator, Battery charger, Inverter)

Job Title: Gender in Emergencies Officer – Deployment Roster
Req ID: 22704
Location: Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response. It also stores information on these candidates.
  • The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received. A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Key Tasks
Programming:

  • Conduct rapid situational analysis on how the crisis has impacted on girls, boys, women and men, highlighting in-country gender roles & responsibilities and key gender issues (ensuring issues related to GBV and SRH are included in the analysis).
  • Support inclusion of Sex and Age Disaggregated Data (SADD) in all assessment work and subsequent analysis of the data, ensuring that such data helps inform the design of programme interventions.
  • Support programme staff with participatory methodologies with girls, boys, women and men and that consultations are held at times and places most convenient and suitable for the participants.
  • Support the development of funding submissions ensuring proposals receive a Gender Marker code of at least 2a
  • Support the ongoing monitoring and evaluation activities, ensuring that issues are highlighted and addressed.
  • Support the development of appropriate accountability / feedback mechanisms ensuring girls, boys, women and men have a voice.

Coordination & Representation:

  • Represent Plan International at strategic interagency gender related working groups, ensuring specific issues affecting girls and boys are raised and addressed.
  • Identify relevant stakeholders (including government departments, UN agencies and partner organisations), developing and maintaining relations ensuring visibility and profile of Plan International’s gender focused programming.
  • Ensure regular coordination with other Gender in Emergencies colleagues in peer agencies as well as any GenCap staff deployed to the crisis.
  • Support technical specialists with representation on gender related issues in technical clusters and or working groups.

Policy, Advocacy & Communications:

  • Supports the Information Management Officer to ensure that sitreps have a clear focus on the impact of the crisis on girls, boys, women and men, and that industry standards are followed (for example SADD)
  • Works with comms and media staff to develop material with a specific focus on the impact of the crisis on girls and boys, highlighting priority issues of concern.
  • Develop policy and influencing documents focusing on how the crisis has impacted on girls, boys, women and men.
  • Liaise with policy and advocacy colleagues to ensure gender related issues are clearly articulated in any advocacy materials and positions produced.

Capacity Building:

  • Provide relevant training to staff and partners on gender related issues (eg SADD, SGBV, Safeguarding)
  • Mentor staff in conducting consultations with girls, boys, women and men, as well as any vulnerable groups as part of the programme design and monitoring phases
  • Acts as a reference/contact point for Plan staff and external stakeholders for support on Gender in Emergencies issues
  • Ensure a replacement or way of finding a replacement for post holder is identified prior to departure, to ensure work continues.

Knowledge, Skills, Behaviours, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives
Knowledge:

  • Significant field experience of gender programming in a number of humanitarian crises.
  • Demonstrated experience of key practice and standards for humanitarian response such as SPHERE and CHS.
  • Conversant with the international humanitarian architecture, particularly related to coordination and funding.
  • Experience of designing and delivering training
  • Able to work in English. It is desirable to be able to work in at least one other international language, for example French, Spanish, Portuguese or Arabic
  • Knowledge of Plan policies and procedures, Sphere and the Red Cross/ NGO Code of Conduct
  • Proficiency in information technology/ computer skills.

Skills:

  • Training and facilitation
  • Networking skills
  • Ability to analyse data and provide a specific focus on girls in emergencies.

Attitudes:

  • Committed to Plan International’s core values;
  • Strives for lasting impact
  • Open and accountable
  • Works well with others
  • Inclusive and empowering
  • Communicator and influencer.
  • Experienced with working with senior management.
  • Team player and relationship builder.
  • Able to work calmly under extreme pressure and at unpredictable hours during emergency response.

 

 

 

Job Title: Cash Transfer Programme (CTP) in Emergencies Specialist – Deployment Roster
Req ID 22702
Location: Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response. It also stores information on these candidates. The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received. A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Purpose of Role

  • The CTP Specialist will be deployed, often at short notice, as a surge capacity to support a CO respond to a particular emergency.
  • The CTP Specialist will help in the design, implementation and monitoring of cash based programmes in Plan International’s emergency and recovery programmes, ensuring that objectives are met through the effective and efficient implementation of cash / voucher based programmes.
  • Lead and/or manage assessments (including market analysis) which feed in to programme design.

Key Responsibilities

  • Ensure all CTP interventions have a particular focus on addressing the specific needs of young/ adolescent girls and young women.
  • Provide sectoral leadership and expertise in conducting need assessments including market assessments.
  • Support and develop design of cash programming proposals that contribute to Plan International’s gender transformative programming and that are in line with donors approaches to CTP.
  • Represent Plan International at relevant clusters, cash working groups, workshops, seminars, meetings and other events related to cash based programming.
  • Provide CTP training with a focus on gender and effective community outreach.
  • Undertake frequent field visits to affected areas to monitor the implementation of activities, identify opportunities and constraints and any adjustments needed including additional staffing or staff training or other.
  • Design and undertake Post Distribution Monitoring (PDM) within two weeks of cash transfer and analyse the results for improved programme design.
  • Ensure CTP activities adhere to technical standards including SPHERE, CALP and cluster recommendations.
  • Work with sector leads to consider cash as a modality of response.
  • Contribute in documenting Plan’s CTP experience, lessons learnt and case studies

Knowledge and Experience

  • Knowledge of international humanitarian standards and codes of conduct
  • Experience of working in humanitarian settings.
  • Experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of in-kind food, cash and voucher transfers.
  • Good working knowledge of WFP, ECHO, USAID, EU, AusAid, CIDA, DFID and other donor guidelines.
  • Extensive understanding of Social Safety Nets, Livelihoods and associated methodologies.

Skills:

  • Strong team management, staff capacity building and motivation skills in teamwork and networking.
  • Strong analytical skills: secondary/primary data analysis.
  • Excellent skills in donor proposal / report writing
  • Proven knowledge in targeting methods in Cash/voucher programmes
  • Knowledge on tackling inequality and exclusion
  • External representation and communication skills, including ability to facilitate and lead group meetings and working groups
  • May be required, to work during late hours, weekends and holidays in order to ensure timely delivery of programmes.
  • Language skills desirable ( for example English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic)

Behaviour:

  • Remain calm and positive under pressure and in difficult situations

Level of Contact with Children:

  • Mid to high level contact: interaction with children

 

 

Job Title: Communications in Emergencies Officer – Deployment Roster
Req ID: 22703
Location:
Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response.
  • It also stores information on these candidates. The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received.
  • A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Purpose of Role

  • To deploy in support of emergency response programmes, providing media and comms surge capacity. The post holder will work to raise the profile of Plan International’s programming in the media and with supporters. In addition the post holder will provide high quality comms materials to NOs to facilitate them to raise the profile of the crisis and secure funds.

Key Responsibilities
Communication:

  • Manage and / or support an emergency communications team
  • Primary comms focal point for National Organisations, International Headquarters and Regional Offices
  • Position Plan International as a key player in the emergency response to help us raise funds
  • Through strong content highlight the humanitarian situation on the ground, cover Plan International’s response and reinforce Plan International’s advocacy and policy position on the situation
  • Plan, produce and coordinate content in conjunction with designated communications contacts in Country Office/RO/IH.
  • Produce press releases and a range of compelling human interest child-focused content such as: case studies, eyewitness accounts, blogs, first person account, images, audio, video
  • Package and position content for sharing with key audiences including external media, digital and social media, internal and key external stakeholders.
  • Ensure all content is available for everyone in the Plan federation to use by uploading all content in high resolution onto the global Media Bank or working closely with IH/RO to ensure that everything is available on the Media Bank.
  • Collaborate with the country procurement and logistic staff to create a ‘price list’ of items for public appeals
  • Monitor and evaluate the impact of our communications work
  • Monitor the situation for challenges, risks, threats and opportunities related to the emergency context that may impact communications and public engagement approaches, messaging and operations
  • Ensure our media work reflects a specific focus on the needs of girls and reflects advocacy issues
  • Ensure brand visibility of Plan International in the field
  • Support efforts for timely country office reports such as sit reps, weekly updates, and donor related materials.
  • Develop, maintain and update the country emergency communication strategy and objectives in liaison with the Emergency Response Manager to include key messages, activities, logistics, equipment and other support needed
  • Ensure that child protection guidelines for content are strictly adhered to

Media Relations:

  • Manage in-country media requests and access to spokespersons
  • Act as a media spokesperson or position others to do so during the emergency
  • Work with designated RO/IH communications contacts to coordinate, prioritise and deliver media interviews
  • Host media visits
  • Prepare spokespeople and media messaging/ talking points
  • Liaise with journalists/correspondents
  • Develop, maintain and update media relations contact list/database
  • Support VIP / celebrity visits

Knowledge, Skills, Behaviors, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives
Knowledge:

  • Experience of communications in disaster and emergency response
  • Experience of managing a team
  • High level of understanding of media, social media and Information Technology
  • Familiarity and understanding of Humanitarian Policy and Advocacy
  • Prior experience travelling to, or working in, a developing country in an emergency environment
  • Experience as a spokesperson
  • Understanding of Plan International’s child protection policy and brand guidelines
  • Experience of working with photographers / videographers, and negotiating rates and usage rights

Skills:

  • Technical Ability in writing with an excellent command of English – both written and spoken
  • Strong photography skills, additional technical skills are desirable, including proficiency in Adobe Photoshop or photo-editing software
  • Intermediate videography skills (including sound and microphones, and lighting), additional technical skills are desirable, including movie-editing software such as Adobe Premier or Final Cut Pro
  • Good experience of using social media
  • Additional languages desirable
  • Script-writing skills desirable

Attitudes:

  • Committed to Plan International’s core values;
    • Strives for lasting impact
    • Open and accountable
    • Works well with others
    • Inclusive and empowering
  • Team player and relationship builder.
  • A “can do” approach
  • Able to work calmly under extreme pressure and at unpredictable hours during emergency response.

 

 

 

Job Title: Safety & Security Specialist – Deployment Roster
Req ID: 22706
Location: Nigeria
Reports to: Emergency Response Manager
Emergency Roster

  • The Emergency Roster is a database of pre-selected deployable internal and external candidates who have the appropriate skills and experience to support emergency preparedness and response. It also stores information on these candidates. The purpose of the roster is to ensure that we have the right people in the right place and the right time with the right skills.
  • Roster Members are expected to deploy to an emergency response within 72 hours or once an entry visa is received. A Roster Member is selected from the Emergency Roster as and when a roster request is received from one of our country offices.

Key Tasks
Prevention:

  • Ensure regular security briefings are conducted for all deployed staff and provide an opportunity for employees to voice Safety and/or Security-related concerns.
  • Maintain strong communications between all stakeholder at all times
  • Monitor political, social, economic and military situation and identify trends relevant to security situation.
  • Ensure that security planning becomes an integral part of day-to-day operations and is integrated into the development of future programs.
  • Perform security risk assessments or evaluation missions to the field and regularly review safety and security procedures.
  • Develop and regularly update the Safety and Security Management Plan and tools in accordance with the nature of safety and security risks (inc. detailed threat assessment, security protocols, standard operating procedures for personal movement & transport, office, warehouse, tele/radio communications, incident report sheets, etc asset protection). Ensure gender considerations are clearly articulated in all safety and security documents.
  • Coordinate with Human Resources Manager/ Administrator to ensure field staff knows how to identify health risks in the region, how to protect against illness, injury and stress, and how to obtain proper support or medical treatment.
  • Work with administrative staff to ensure appropriate steps are taken to safeguard office premises, equipment and property (guards, locks, lighting, alarms, vehicles and fire equipment).
  • Develop a network of contacts among local actors to facilitate Plan International’s work and enhance the security of its operations.
  • Represent Plan International and coordinate amongst all actors (state, military, UN, NGO, etc) on all matters pertaining to safety and security.
  • Contribute to the security of humanitarian community by share relevant security related information
  • Ensure timely and accurate reporting of safety and security incidents.
  • Coordinate training in safety and security ensuring that staff and management are providing the necessary equipment and are trained accordingly.
  • Support funding proposal development ensuring inclusion of safety and security in to the proposal, risk frameworks and budget.
  • Supervise and enforce compliance safety and security standards and procedures initiating incident reports of material breaches of security policy when necessary

Reaction:

  • Support and advise management to ensure crisis management procedures are in place and activated in a timely manner
  • Develop contingency plans for incidents management events such as
  • Accidents / ambush / car hijacking/ Severe injuries and serious illness (hospitalisation or medivac) /Kidnapping / Death of employee / Destruction of essential assets.
  • Establish relocation and emergency evacuations plans.

Recovery and Resumption of Operations:

  • Ensure that management are making preparations to enable post incident counselling to be offered to staff who have confronted traumatic events.
  • Guide and support management to take the necessary measure to ensure post incident recovery and operation continuity.
  • Advise and support management to make the necessary arrangements to ensure resumption of critical processes, systems and operations (alternate worksites, office storage, and remote control).

Knowledge, Skills, Behaviours, and Experience Required to Achieve Role’s Objectives
Knowledge:

  • High level of experience in developing security related technical tools guidelines and systems.
  • Qualifications and / or experience in professional security related fields.
  • Strong assessment, evaluation, analysis and strategic planning skills.
  • Significant experience of managing safety and security in humanitarian crises.
  • Conversant with the international humanitarian architecture, particularly related to coordination.
  • Knowledge of Plan policies and procedures, Sphere and the Red Cross/ NGO Code of Conduct
  • Proficiency in information technology/ computer skills.

Skills:

  • Experience of designing and delivering training particularly basic personal safety and security, and landmine safety and awareness.
  • Networking skills
  • Ability to analyse data and provide clear overviews of context / evolving situations
  • Able to work in English. It is desirable to be able to work in at least one other international language, for example French, Spanish, Portuguese or Arabic

Attitudes:

  • Committed to Plan International’s core values;
  • Strives for lasting impact
  • Open and accountable
  • Works well with others
  • Inclusive and empowering
  • Communicator and influencer.
  • Experienced with working with senior management.
  • Team player and relationship builder.
  • Able to work calmly under extreme pressure and at unpredictable hours during emergency response.

 

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply

 

Application Deadline: 12th September, 2017.

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