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  • Legal Resources Centre: Litigation Attorney - Durban

    Legal Resources Centre (LRC)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, September 6, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) is an independent, client-based, nonprofit public interest law clinic, which uses law as an instrument of justice. The LRC works for the development of a fully democratic society based on the principle of substantive equality, by providing free legal services for the vulnerable and marginalised, including the poor, homeless, and landless people and communities who suffer discrimination by reason of race, class, gender, disability or by reason of social, economic and historical circumstances.

    The LRC seeks to appoint a Litigation Attorney, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Legal drafting and litigation;
    • Advocacy and networking;
    • Supervision and training of candidate Attorneys and Paralegals;
    • Reporting and compliance. 
    Requirements: 
    • Excellent writing, research and communication skills;
    • Strong litigation skills;
    • Ability to network with partner organisations and donors;
    • Commitment to strengthening public interest legal practice;
    • Commitment to staff development and team work;
    • Valid driver’s licence.
    Preferred qualification or experiences
    • Four to nine years experience as a practising attorney;
    • Experience in civil litigation;
    • Human rights/socio economic rights background;
    • Admitted as a practising attorney to the KwaZulu-Natal Law Society;
    • Fluency in English.
    The LRC is committed to transformation; applications from previously disadvantaged candidates are therefore strongly encouraged. 
     
    To apply, submit a CV, copies of qualifications, contact details of two contactable referees and motivation letter to madile@lrc.org.za. Specify the position for which you are applying.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. If you have not been contacted by 27 September 2013, consider your application unsuccessful. Applicants for the above position must share in the Mission and Values of the LRC and its commitment to using the Law as an instrument of Justice.

    For more about the Legal Resources Centre, refer to www.lrc.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Durban Children's Home: Resource Developer

    Durban Children's Home
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Monday, July 15, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The Durban Children’s Home is a non-government organisation which was established in 1905 by a group of concerned men and women, who saw the need to provide substitute care to orphans, destitute children and children with parents who were unable to care for them. In the past, the organisation provided custodial care to these children. When this method of child care became outdated the organisation was challenged to adjust its programmes in order to meet the requirements of the transformation welfare policy in South Africa. This has ensured that the children, youth and their families referred to Durban Children’s Home programme to receive an effective, efficient and relevant service. The Durban Children’s Home recognises the importance of early intervention, preventative work with children, youth and families, as well as family reunification. Programmes with this focus ensure that families do not have to spend long periods in the welfare system, or in some cases do not have to enter the system at all. In order to meet this objective Durban Children’s Home has developed new, innovative programmes, which provide relevant services to the communities the organisation serves. The children who access Durban Children’s Home programmes come from all over KwaZulu-Natal. High levels of unemployment, poverty, crime, domestic violence, substance abuse, sexual abuse and HIV/AIDS are experienced in the province which results in many children seeking access to the empowering programmes the organisation offers.

    Durban Children’s Home seeks to appoint a Resource Developer, based in Durban.

    Starting date: Negotiable

    The candidate should have a passion for the welfare sector. He/She must have a proven track record in fundraising and a strong understanding of the nonprofit sector.
     
    This Resource Developer will work closely with the Director and the members of the board that hold the fundraising portfolio.

    This is a one-year contract position.
     
    Responsibilities:
    • Drive the strategic fundraising plan and all associated activities;
    • Be proactive in researching and identifying potential donors, both local and international;
    • Develop and present funding proposals and reports;
    • Drive all the marketing, public relations and communications initiatives;
    • Screen and coordinate volunteers;
    • Maintain the website;
    • Manage the database;
    • Attend events on behalf of Durban Children’s Home.
    Requirements:
    • Minimum of two years experience in successful fundraising;
    • Ability to adhere to strict deadlines, be highly structured and organised;
    • Writing ability and administration;
    • Experience with social media;
    • Friendly, patient and welcoming personality when dealing with the public;
    • Ability to work independently;
    • Professional, presentable and effective interpersonal skills;
    • Qualification in Public Relations, Marketing or Social Sciences;
    • Available some weekends and public holidays;
    • Must have a heart and passion for children’s causes;
    • Driver's licence and own vehicle essential.
    Salary: Negotiable – depending on experience

    To apply, submit a CV, motivational letter, copies of qualifications and contact detailsof three references to Mandy Goble at mandy@dch.org.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

    For more information about Durban Children’s Home, refer to www.dch.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Human Sciences Research Council: Masters Interns

    Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Tuesday, June 18, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The core business of the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) is to conduct large-scale, policy-relevant, social-scientific projects for public-sector users, non-governmental organisations and international development agencies. HSRC does this in partnership with researchers globally, but specifically in Africa. Its commitment to cutting-edge research which supports development nationally, in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) and in Africa is evident, but it is its commitment to the dissemination of that research that demonstrates the remarkable and measurable impact of its work.

    In delivering ‘social science that makes a difference’ in South Africa and the region, the Research Programmes of the Human Sciences Research Council initiate and undertake policy-oriented research projects and programmes from its offices in Cape Town, Durban, Pietermaritzburg, Port Elizabeth and Pretoria. Its public-purpose mandate is set out in the Human Sciences Research Council Act of 2008.

    With the support of the Conrad N Hilton Foundation, 12 international NGOs in five countries are implementing a range of interventions to improve services, advocacy and policy for young children in families affected by HIV/AIDS. The HSRC is using a range of innovative approaches, including mobile technology, to coordinate and augment the service provision, monitoring and evaluation activities of programmes.

    HSRC seeks to recruit three Master’s Research Trainees to work with the data collection and implementation team on the MEL initiative supported by Conrad N Hilton Foundation, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

    These persons will assist organisations in Southern and Eastern Africa to protect and promote the development of young children affected by HIV/AIDS.

    The Masters Interns who will support the HSRC MEL team, are required to have expertise in either early child development (ECD), Statistics/Econometrics or Information Technology/Computer Science to enable them to contribute to the service, research, monitoring, evaluation and advocacy of the programmes. This work will comprise 60 percent of the time of the Interns. Forty percent of time must be devoted to Master’s degree research or, if a recent Master’s graduate, to publishing their work or beginning PhD studies. The interns will be mentored by Professor Linda Richter, the Project Leader as well as by the senior members of the team (Drs Chris Desmond, Julia Louw and Alastair van Heerden).

    This is a 24 months internship. During this time significant progress on degree studies and/or publications is expected.

    Candidates should have with prior degrees in disciplines compatible with the project, and have strong technical and quantitative skills and interest.

    Responsibilities:
    • Contribute specialised skills in early child development, statistics/econometrics, and information technology/computer science to the various aspects of the project
    • Support partners in five southern and eastern African countries
    • Assist with administration and coordination of project activities;
    • Participate and contribute to HSRC-wide activities.
    Requirements:
    • Registered or eligible to register for a Master’s degree in a relevant discipline or have graduated within the last two years;
    • Sound grounding in research methods;
    • Willingness and ability to work in teams and independently;
    • Ability to work well under pressure and to meet deadlines;
    • Available to travel in Southern and Eastern Africa to support partners.
    The HSRC offers attractive, market-related packages, depending on qualifications, experience and recent performance.

    To apply, submit a CV, contact details of three referees and motivation indicating the specific position you are interested in and why you think you are suitably qualified for this position, a copy of current earnings on a cost-to-company basis; an example of recent academic work or a published article (not exceeding 8000 words); a one-page outline of your Master’s proposal to the Human Resources Department, HSRC, Private Bag X07, Dalbridge 4014, or delivered to HSRC Offices – room, 750 Mary Thipe Road, Cato Manor, Durban.  E-mailed and faxed applications will not be accepted.

    The HSRC will only consider applications that include the above requirements. Indicate ‘REF: MI 05/13clearly the reference number in your application.
     
    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Enquiries: Prof Linda Richter or Dr Julia Louw, Tel: 031 242 5602, E-mail: jslouw@hsrc.ac.za.

    Applicants may be required to undertake a written exercise in the competencies required for the position.  The HSRC is committed to accelerating the improvement in the proportion of its researchers who are black, female or disabled.

    If you do not receive any response from the HSRC within eight weeks, consider your application unsuccessful. Only candidates who are interviewed will be advised of the outcome of their application.

    Applications from recruitment agencies will not be accepted.

    For more about the Human Sciences Research Council, refer to www.hsrc.ac.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • MIET Africa: Switchboard and Operations Administrator

    MIET Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Tuesday, May 21, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    MIET Africa is an NGO that works in rural education development.

    MIET Africa seeks to appoint a Researcher for the Reducing HIV in Adolescents (RHIVA) Regional initiative, based at MIET Africa’s head office in Durban and will be required to travel extensively to the below mentioned Southern African Development Community (SADC) countries.

    MIET Africa seeks to appoint a Switchboard and Operations Administrator, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

    Responsibilities:
    • Full receptionist functions;
    • Full switchboard functions;
    • Coordinate bookings for the organization’s boardroom;
    • Minute taking;
    • Manage IT problem reporting queuing system;
    • Manage vehicle log book and maintenance of vehicle;
    • Perform housekeeping duties;
    • Provide bookkeeping assistance, to trail balance, to bookkeepers;
    • Ad hoc: operational administrative and clerical support, including data management and filing.
    Requirements:
    • Matric and have at least commenced study towards relevant qualification in administration or bookkeeping;
    • Minimum of three years experience in Pastel accounting to trial balance;
    • Excellent computer skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office;
    • Excellent public relations;
    • Professional personal presentation;
    • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, at management level;
    • Information management and attention to detail;
    • Ability to provide operational administrative and clerical support services in order to ensure efficiency and effectiveness within the organisation;
    • Adherence to systems, procedures and controls that ensure that theaccounting records are correctly and accurately recorded;
    • Demonstrated commitment to high professional ethical standards in a diverse workplace;
    • Collaborative work style and commitment to meet set deadlines;
    • Adherence to MIET Africa’s confidentiality policy;
    • Valid code 8 driver’s licence;
    • Experience in the NGO environment will be an advantage.
    To apply, submit the following to the Chief Operations Officer, MIET Africa, Marion Cramer at marion@miet.co.za or fax to: 086 509 3576:
    • A motivation letter clearly stating “SWITCHBOARD AND OPERATIONS ADMINISTRATOR” ;
    • Curriculum Vitae;
    • Copy of ID;
    • Copy of driver’s licence;
    • Copy of qualifications.
    Incomplete applications will not be considered.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Enquiries: Tel: 031 273 2300.

    For more about MIET Africa, refer to www.miet.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • AIDS Foundation of South Africa: Programmes Coordinator - Durban

    AIDS Foundation of South Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Wednesday, April 24, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA) was established in 1988 and its purpose is to mobilise funding to equip Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and NGOs with financial resources and appropriate skills to implement and manage primary health care and development programmes.

    AFSA seeks to appoint a Programmes Coordinator in its Operations Department in Durban, based in KwaZulu-Natal.
    Only applicants based in Durban and surrounds will be considered.
    This is a fixed-term contract position ending in July 2015.
    The successful candidate will be responsible for effective programme implementation and management, overseeing project grant making, writing detailed reports, making extensive site visits and developing and managing project budgets.
     
    Requirements:
    • Relevant postgraduate degree or diploma in development or related studies;
    • Minimum of three years programme management experience in the NGO field;
    • Strong background in project management, monitoring and evaluating programmes and CBO’s;
    • Fluency in English and isiZulu or isiXhosa;
    • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office, Internet and e-mail;
    • Information management experience;
    • Excellent report-writing skills;
    • Good understanding of community development and organisational dynamics, corporate governance and finance;
    • Unendorsed driver’s licence;
    • Ability to drive and available to travel extensively on a monthly basis.
    To apply, submit a CV (maximum four pages) to Linda at recruitment@aids.org.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    Should you not be contacted by 6 May 2013, consider your application unsuccessful. Note that shortlisted candidates will be required to undergo a competency based assessment.

    For more about the AIDS Foundation of South Africa, refer to www.aids.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • MIET Africa: Mathematics, Science and Language Specialist Teachers / Trainers

    MIET Africa
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Thursday, March 7, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    MIET Africa is an NGO that works in rural education development.

    MIET Africa is currently establishing a database of qualified and experienced teachers, trainers, lecturers and facilitators of mathematics, science and language who are interested in participating in a project aimed at supporting schools and teachers in KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape.

    The objective of the project is to improve the quality of teaching and learning in the targeted subjects by using ICT in education, thus leading to improved learner performance. Training in the use of ICT in education will be provided for the successful applicants.

    MIET Africa seeks to appoint Mathematics, Science and Language Specialist Teachers / Trainers, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

    Suitably qualified and experienced persons are invited to submit their CVs to MIET Africa, together with a letter of motivation indicating their availability to commence work on the project from April 2013. Please note: this date may change and all appointments are dependent on MIET Africa securing the necessary funding for the project. 

    Requirements:
    • Graduates teachers, trainers, lecturers specialising in mathematics and/or science, at GET and/or FET level;
    • Graduate teachers, trainers, lecturers specialising in literacy and languages, GET and/or FET level;
    • Being well-versed in learner-centred teaching methodologies and activity-based teaching and learning;
    • High level facilitation skills to support subject teachers in workshops and follow-up classroom support visits;
    • Dedication and passion for quality teaching and learning, and a willingness to make a contribution to improvement in education using innovative strategies;
    • Willingness to work flexible hours and some Saturdays;
    • Willingness to travel to schools in both urban and rural areas (candidates must possess a valid driver’s licence and their own reliable vehicle);
    • Willingness to be part of a development and support team.
    To apply, submit the following to the Chief Operations Officer, MIET Africa, Marion Cramer at marion@miet.co.za or fax to: 086 509 3576:
    1. A letter of application
    2. Curriculum Vitae (CV)
    3. Copy of ID
    4. Copy of driver’s licence
    5. Copy of qualifications
    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about MIET Africa, refer to www.miet.co.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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  • Democracy Development Programme: 2013 Job Vacancies

    Democracy Development Programme: 2013 Job Vacancies

    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Wednesday, January 30, 2013
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment

    DDP has three new positions that become tenable in 2013.

    The Democracy Development Programme (DDP) is an independent non-government organisation established in 1993 to promote and consolidate democratic principles in South Africa. Based in KwaZulu Natal the DDP works primarily in the areas of local governance and the promotion of active citizenship.

    We have three positions for people who are passionate and committed to these same ideals:

    Durban Office:

    • Position 1: Programme Manager (will work with and report to the Director);
    • Position 2:  Executive Assistant (answerable to the Programme Manager and Director).
    Cape Town Office:
    • Position 3: Administration Clerk
    For the full details about the positions and requirements click on this link: www.ddp.org.za/about-us/jobs-internships.

    For more about the Democracy Development Programme, refer to www.ddp.org.za.

     

  • ACCORD: Programme Officer – Peacekeeping Unit

    The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD)
    Please note: this opportunity closing date has passed and may not be available any more.
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, November 16, 2012
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The African Centre for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) is a South African-based civil society institution working throughout Africa to bring creative African solutions to the challenges posed by conflict on the continent. ACCORD’s primary aim is to influence political developments by bringing conflict resolution, dialogue and institutional development to the forefront as an alternative to armed violence and protracted conflict. ACCORD specialises in conflict management, analysis and prevention and intervenes in conflicts through mediation, negotiation, training, research and conflict analysis.

    The strategic goal of the Peacekeeping Unit is to contribute towards ensuring a multi-dimensional and integrated approach to peace operations in Africa.

    ACCORD seeks to appoint a Programme Officer – Peacekeeping Unit, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

    Ref: PKU-PO-ACCORD

    The person will support the planning and implementation of all initiatives in the Unit.

    Responsibilities:
    • Liaison with participants and resource persons through multiple communication channels;
    • Organise logistics with regard to flights, accommodation, banqueting arrangements, road transport, photographers and other logistics with internal departments at ACCORD;
    • Preparation of budgets and memos for each activity;
    • Preparation of seminar/workshop documentation before and after an event;
    • Writing activity reports and drafting news items following seminars and workshops;
    • Undertake to follow developments in the field and academic debates linked to core activities of the Unit, thereby supplementing the information/learning chain of the Unit;
    • Represent the Institution through the Unit as a resource person at national and international meetings and conferences, as approved by the Coordinator of the Unit and in relation to key priority areas;
    • Assist with research outputs, writing and co-authoring articles relevant to the key objectives of the Unit;
    • Support the administrative coordination of the work of the Unit on a day-to-day basis.

    Requirements:

    • Postgraduate degree (honours or equivalent) in the field of political science/international relations; Minimum of two years operational and programme experience in the NGO environment (field experience an added advantage);
    • Substantive knowledge in the field of Peacekeeping in Africa;
    • Fluency in English is essential and knowledge in French will be an added advantage;
    • Ability to conceptualise and analyse complex information;
    • Attention to detail, plan and prioritise work, meet deadlines to successfully deliver a diversity of objectives and demands; and
    • Computer literacy in Microsoft Office.

    To apply, submit a CV and motivation letter with contact details of referees, quoting 'PKU-PO-ACCORD' in the subject line to recruitment@accord.org.za.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    The closing date is Friday, 16 November 2012 at 17h00 (South African time).

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

    For more about ACCORD, refer to www.accord.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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    SANGONeT invites NGOs and other civil society groups in Gauteng to a briefing session with Eskom on 26 November 2012 in Johannesburg to discuss Eskom's next Multi-Year Price Determination (MYPD 3). The current three-year MYPD 2 comes to an end in March 2013. Eskom is proposing a five-year determination for MYPD 3, running from 1 April 2013 to 31 March 2018, with electricity tariffs to increase by 16% per annum during this period. Attend the event to learn more about this issue and have your say. Click here for more information about the event.
  • CROW’s 2014 Charity Golf Day

    Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife
    Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) was one of South Africa’s first dedicated wildlife rehabilitation centres. Today, CROW is still Durban’s only registered wildlife rehabilitation centre dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of all indigenous wildlife found in KwaZulu-Natal.

    CROW is hosting its annual Charity Golf Day on 29 October 2014 in Durban.

    Dust off your drivers and start practicing that swing. It is time for CROW’s annual charity golf day.

    The prestigious Durban Country Club will once again be hosting CROW’s biggest fundraising event of the year involving over 100 golfers. Space is limited, so be sure to book your four-ball early.

    The cost per four-ball is R2 000 (R500 per player) and includes green fees, a prize-giving dinner and a goodie bag. Hole sponsorships are available for as little as R1 700 so if you are interested in sponsoring a hole and or some prizes on the day, the organisation would also love to hear from you.

    Enqueries and bookings, contact: Paul, Tel: 031 462 1127 / 071 350 6502, Email: info@crowkzn.co.za.

    We look forward to sharing an entertaining, fun-filled day with all our supporters and friends out on the greens!

    For more about the Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife, refer to http://crowkzn.co.za.
    Event start date: 
    29/10/2014
    Event venue: 
    Durban Country Club, Durban.
  • Legal Resources Centre: Candidate Attorneys - Durban

    Legal Resources Centre (LRC)
    Opportunity closing date: 
    Friday, September 5, 2014
    Opportunity type: 
    Employment
    The Legal Resources Centre (LRC) is an independent, client-based, nonprofit public interest law clinic, which uses law as an instrument of justice. It works for the development of a fully democratic society based on the principle of substantive equality, by providing free legal services for the vulnerable and marginalised, including the poor, homeless, and landless people and communities of South Africa who suffer discrimination by reason of race, class, gender, disability or by reason of social, economic and historical circumstances.

    LRC seeks to recruit two Candidate Attorneys, based in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.

    The pur­pose of our Can­di­date Attor­ney Pro­gramme is to train grad­u­ates in the field of pub­lic inter­est lit­i­ga­tion and con­sti­tu­tional law.

    Starting date: 1 January 2015.

    Requirements:
    • Back­ground or inter­est in pub­lic inter­est law;
    • Valid driver’s licence;
    • Writ­ing and report­ing skills;
    • Sound aca­d­e­mic results are essen­tial.
    The Legal Resources Cen­tre is an employ­ment equity and affir­ma­tive action employer.

    To apply, submit the following to ektaa@lrc.org.za
    • Cur­ricu­lum Vitae no longer than three (3) pages
    • Minimum of two con­tactable ref­er­ences
    • A let­ter moti­vat­ing appoint­ment as well as an inter­est in con­sti­tu­tional and pub­lic inter­est law
    • Full copy of your uni­ver­sity tran­script
    • Any other rel­e­vant sup­port­ing doc­u­ments

    This email address is being pro­tected from spam­bots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Only short­listed can­di­dates will be con­tacted. If you have not been con­tacted by 19 Sep­tem­ber 2014, con­sider your appli­ca­tion unsuc­cess­ful.

    Can­di­dates who have sub­mit­ted appli­ca­tions ear­lier this year, need not re-apply.

    Please quote the source of this advertisement in your application - NGO Pulse Portal.

    For more about the Legal Resources Centre, refer to www.lrc.org.za.

    For other vacancies in the NGO sector, refer to www.ngopulse.org/vacancies.

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