VALEDICTORY ADDRESS: For As Long As We Believe

(Delivered by Mary Ann S. Tacloy, a children beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya, during the ‘Pagdiriwang sa mga Pantawid Pamilya High School Graduates’ of the province on April 28, 2015.)

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“To my fellow Pantawid Pamilya graduates, we should study harder and let poverty be our inspiration to prove to the world that we, even though we are poor, can do so much better,” Mary Ann said.

To our Congressman Carlos Padilla, Governor Ruth Padilla, DSWD Regional Director Remia Tapispisan, our Municipal Mayor Ruben Basconsillo, different mayors of Nueva Vizcaya,  Provincial Social Welfare and Development Officer Lita Tabudlo, Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program implementers, Municipal Social Welfare and Development Officers, parents, friends, fellow graduates, ladies and gentlemen, a pleasant afternoon to one and all.

I am Mary Ann S. Tacloy, a proud Pantawid Pamilya beneficiary of Brgy. Carolotan, Dupax del Sur, Nueva Vizcaya.

It’s quite surreal to think that after four years, dozens of projects, hundreds of tests and thousands of quizzes, we find ourselves today, about to formally close this chapter of our lives. For four years, we were like asymptotes getting closer and closer to the axis but never really reaching it and today, we finally crossed that axis. It’s a testament to who we are as people that we are here today, about to walk up on the stage. It’s not about the diploma, but it’s about what the diploma symbolizes- that we completed our high school life and we did it together.

It’s hard that after this day, we will no longer be high school students. We know that letting go is never easy, and once we exit these halls and classrooms that have become such a big part of our lives soon be reduced to memories.

In behalf of our entire batch, I would like to express my gratitude to all of you. First, I would like to thank God for leading us in this road. I know everything happened in the past was part of your plan and we will continue to be amazed by your wanders.

To my mother, thank you for being a great mother in this world. Thank you for your sacrifices and sufferings. Thank you for the love and comfort and for being there when I’m longing for a father. You are my inspiration to do better so I dedicate this honor to you. I will never give upon my dreams because I know I can make it with you by my side. I can turn dreams into reality.

To my father, I know you are happy right now. Although it is not enough for me to have just in just a short period of time, I’m still very proud to say that you are my father and you will always be a part of my success.

To my brothers and sisters, thank you for always being there for me.  Thank you for comforting me since I was a kid until now. I know that you really love and care for me. Always remember that I love you more than you do.

To the men and women behind the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program headed by Director Remia T. Tapispisan, thank you for making us realize that poverty is not a hindrance to a brighter tomorrow. It means that we need to succeed in order to open the doors to the future generations of our family, so as of right now, it is held very high in ly life. Education is our armor to combat poverty. Through it, opportunities will knock into our doors. With our strong determination to succeed, better days surely await for us.

To my fellow Pantawid Pamilya graduates, as we take a new chapter of our lives, we should be more determined to finish what we started, that we should always do our best and spread our wings and fly higher. That we should study harder and let poverty be our inspiration to prove to the world that we, even though we are poor, can do so much better.

Congratulations to us and once again, good afternoon!

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VALEDICTORY ADDRESS: Poverty Is Not A Hindrance To Success

(Delivered by Rhealyn M. Zonio, a children beneficiary of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in Diffun, Quirino, during the ‘Pagdiriwang sa mga Pantawid Pamilya High School Graduates’ of the province on April 27, 2015.)

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Rhealyn, shares how the Pantawid Pamilya program helpedin augmenting her educational needs.

To our respective Regional Director, Ms. Remia T. Tapispisan; our beloved Governor, Hon. Junie Cua; to our respective municipal mayors present in this valuable occasion, our supportive staff of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, co-student graduate beneficiaries, parents, guests and participants, good afternoon!

“Poverty is not a hindrance to success,” this is my realization when I was chosen to give this speech in front of everyone at the moment. Before anything else, Iwouldlike to personally introduce myself, I am Rhealyn Zonio, a proud beneficiary who was assisted by the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in finishing my second level of education. Recently, during our graduation rites, I was awarded as the batch valedictorian. To give you a background, I came from a family who was not blessed with luxury, since my father is a simple farmer and my mother is a plain housewife. Having this kind of situation, my parents still managed to bring us living with good principles and guided with proper values. Amidst the type of economic instability we are facing at the moment, my parents always remind us the great importance and power of education. With this kind of optimism from them, I was encouraged to pursue my studies and was able to understand that education is the backbone of progress.

As an honor student and a leader, there are so many obligations and responsibilities bestowed upon me. There are lots of challenges that come my way. As one of the officers of the Supreme Student Government council and the batch president, it is my responsibility to promote peace and discipline to my fellow students inside and out of the school vicinity and to be a model to my fellow youth. The lack of transportation and financial assistance served as the greatest challenge in attaining my dreams. If I may share, it is our daily routine to walk almost 7 kilometers with my fellow students from Aklan Village to Magsaysay National High School just to reach class. This unfavorable situation did not hold me back to be an achiever instead it served as an inspiration to bring out the best in me.

As I was reminiscing the past, when my family was not yet a member of Pantawid Pamilya, during exams, I can see my parents coming to school asking for promissory. If there are seminars and contested activities, my parents ask help from others so that I will be able to attend the events. In these depressing situations, I never quit and I never say “NO!” even deep inside I know my parents can’t for my expenses, but then as the saying goes, “Lahat ng problema, may solusyon.” I always utter to myself to just go on and consider those challenges in life as an inspiration because eventually, these will make us stronger in life, and I also believe that it’s better to endure the hardships of education than to taste the bitterness of ignorance.

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PROUD MOM. Rhealyn’s mother, Amalia, is very happy for the achievements of her daughter.

Luckily, way back in 2012, we were chosen as one of the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilya in the municipality of Diffun. I am very thankful for this program because it ensures our access to health and education through the cash grants. Since then, I never saw my parents coming to school with their heads bowed because they can already sustain my educational needs. I was able to pay my school obligations on time and I can always attend seminars and co-curricular activities without thinking where to borrow for the expenses.

Through these school activities, coupled with my efforts, support ofmy parents and the help of Pantawid Pamilya, I was able to achieve the highest award, and I graduated from high school as the valedictorian. With this achievement, all my doubts and fears in entering tertiary education has vanished because of the scholarship offered to me by different colleges and universities inside and out of the region.

To my co-beneficiary students, don’t lose hope in achieving our dreams because our government through the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program helps us in attaining our dreams. “Kung kaya ng iba, kaya rin natin!”

Let us study hard and never be afraid to take another step in life. I am looking forward that one day, we will all go back to our places carrying a degree or profession, happily serving our countrymen. Some of us could be an educator or a health professional, others may become a head of a government agency or even a politician, but let us never forget and we should always be proud that we are products of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program. “Ipakita natin sa buong mundo na kayang-kaya natin makamit ang tamang pagbabago!”

To all the people behind the Pantawid Pamilya program, and in behalf of the student beneficiaries here in the province of Quirino, I would like to thank you for the support and guidance, most of all, in helping us chasing our once impossible dream. Thank you and may God bless us all.

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FEATURE: Star in Her Own Right

“Ang buhay po ay parang pelikula, pangit man po ang simula, nasasayo po yun kung papano mo pagagandahin ang istorya, para po maging happy ending,”  said the sixteen-year old who wowed the audience with her impeccable acting skills.

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Rachel (1st from left) graduated as the class valedictorian last March. Her family is one of the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program in Jones, Isabela.

When the clapperboard kisses each other, she begins to enunciate her dialog with feelings. She moves across the stage with grace. She speaks every line with conviction. Every word she said, strike the hearts of the audience. With her quick wit, she responded to the judges’ question with brilliance. No wonder, she was hailed as the most exemplary Pantawid Pamilya child in last year’s search.

Rachel Joyce R. Tattao, is the pride of the Municipality of Jones, Province of Isabela. She is known as the girl endowed with talents because aside from her acting skills, she can also dance and sing. Rachel is also often invited to perform whenever there is an activity not just in the school, but also in their barangay. She also displays athleticism as a volleyball player of their school.

All of these achievements really make her parents proud. Rachel is a loving and obedient daughter to Mang Ralph and Aling Imelda. She is also a caring sister to her siblings, namely: Rae Christian, 15, and Rocell Jhon, 13.

Mang Ralph and Aling Imelda make both ends meets through the income they receive as farmers. They are very grateful for the Pantawid Pamilya because the cash grants they receive augment in their medical needs, especially in the school requirements of their children.

But the greater impact of Pantawid in their life is that, both Mang Ralph and Aling Imelda became more responsible parents. They toil hard in order to sustain their family’s needs. They also continue to inculcate good values to their children. Despite the financial shortcomings, the Tattao family continues to live a happy life.

“Salat man kami sa pera, may maipagmamalaki naman akong mga gintong medalya ng aking mga anak. Ito ang kayamanan naming mag-asawa,” Aling Imelda said. Yes, the Tattao’s house is adorned with certificates and medals showcasing the intellectual perspicacity and talents of their children, most of which belongs to Rachel.

Rachel cannot just act. She cannot just sing. She cannot just dance. There is so much more to her. Because greater that those skills, she is a little girl with bright mind.

As a student, she continues to gain grades of flying colors. With her excellent academic standing, she often represents her school in different activities, competitions and quiz bees.

Rachel is also a campus journalist and an officer in their classroom. With all the achievements in her little hand, Rachel is more motivated to persevere for the realization of her dreams, especially when she graduated at the top of her class as the valedictorian of Sgt. Prospero G. Bello High School.

“Kahit mahirap po kami, masaya po ako sa takbo ng buhay namin. May mga taong handa naman pong tumulong samin. Parang sa mga pelikula po, may mga tumutulong dun sa bida. Kami yung bida, ako yung bida. Tapos andiyan yung DSWD, yung Pantawid Pamilya na kasama namin tungo sa kaunlaran”, she said. She also stressed that Pantawid gives her a bigger chance of having a brighter future.

“Gusto ko pong maging guro, para ang bawat bata ay maturuan ko. Pero higit po sa mga impormasyon tungkol sa mga iba’t-ibang asignatura, gusto ko pong maikintal sa isipan nila na hindi sila dapat malungkot kung naghihirap sila,” Rachel gushed, with her eyes that shine with hope, “Kasi may mga talento at utak tayong binigay ng Diyos. Yun yung mga gagamitin natin para mas may magandang bukas na nakangiti satin,” she continued.

Because of her talents and wit that inspire her contemporaries to continue to dream, continue to believe, continue to live despite life’s intricacies and challenges, Rachel Joyce Tattao is truly an exemplary Pantawid Pamilya child. And needless to say, her star now shines the brightest. ###By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Pantawid Information Officer II

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FO2 stages series of CSO-Led Fora, highlights success stories of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries

With the aim to showcase and strengthen its partnership with the Civil Society Organizations, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 conducted strings of CSO-Led Fora this March.

The first activity kicked-off in the Province of Cagayan which was held at the K Servico Function Room in Tuguegarao City on March 6, 2015. The Rotary Club of Tuguegarao Rainbow spearheaded the event which was attended by the Parent Leaders beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, scholars of the Students’ Grants in-aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (SGP-PA) and partners from the CSOs and media.

Meanwhile, the second round of the fora was conducted in the City Hall of Cauyan in the Province of Isabela which was led by the Cauayan City Green Ladies Organization or the CCGLO on March 13, 2015.

Both event highlighted on the sharing of testimonies of the beneficiaries regarding the impacts of DSWD’s programs in their lives and in their families especially the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and the Sustainable Livelihood Program. Some student grantees under the SGP-PA also talked about how the scholarship has helped in the realization of their dreams.

SHARING OF ‘PAGBABAGO’ STORIES

One of the Parent Leaders who shared her story of transformation was Jonalyn Tamayo, a Pantawid beneficiary from Ballesteros, Cagayan.

“Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya, may pambaon na sa paaralan ang aking mga anak at naaagapan na rin namin kung sila ay nagkakasakit,” Jonalyn said.

She also mentioned that through the Family Development Sessions, she became more active and a responsible member of their community.

Also, Rochelle Ignacio, an SGP-PA scholar from Amulung, Cagayan said that she is now close in reaching her dreams as she pursue her studies at Isabela State University-Cabagan Campus taking up Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

The SGP-PA is a tie-up college scholarship program of DSWD and the Commission on Higher Education for the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamila wherein a student grantee is entitled to a maximum of P30, 000 pesos per semester.

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DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan also stressed on the importance of collaborating with the different sectors like the CSOs in the implementation of social protection programs and services. Partner CSOs take part in the department’s four areas of engagement namely Gabay, Tulay, Bantay and Kaagapay.

Tapispisan also emphasized the DSWD’s continuous commitment in uplifting the lives of the poor and the vulnerable.

“Kami sa DSWD ay ipagpapatuloy ang magiliw, mahusay at matapat na paglilingkod. Kami ay nalulugod na marinig ang inyong mga kuwento ng pagbabago at sana patuloy ang magandang pagbabago na ‘yan upang tuluyan ang inyong pagtawid tungo sa kaunlaran,” Tapispisan said.

The Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development program of the national government that invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old. Cash grants are provided to families in exchange of compliance to health and education conditionalities. Parents must also attend the Family Development Sessions. ### By MARICEL B.ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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FO2 stages series of CSO-Led Fora, highlights success stories of Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries

With the aim to showcase and strengthen its partnership with the Civil Society Organizations, the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office 02 conducted strings of CSO-Led Fora this March.

The first activity kicked-off in the Province of Cagayan which was held at the K Servico Function Room in Tuguegarao City on March 6, 2015. The Rotary Club of Tuguegarao Rainbow spearheaded the event which was attended by the Parent Leaders beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program, scholars of the Students’ Grants in-aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (SGP-PA) and partners from the CSOs and media.

Meanwhile, the second round of the fora was conducted in the City Hall of Cauyan in the Province of Isabela which was led by the Cauayan City Green Ladies Organization or the CCGLO on March 13, 2015.

Both event highlighted on the sharing of testimonies of the beneficiaries regarding the impacts of DSWD’s programs in their lives and in their families especially the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program and the Sustainable Livelihood Program. Some student grantees under the SGP-PA also talked about how the scholarship has helped in the realization of their dreams.

SHARING OF ‘PAGBABAGO’ STORIES

One of the Parent Leaders who shared her story of transformation was Jonalyn Tamayo, a Pantawid beneficiary from Ballesteros, Cagayan.

“Dahil sa Pantawid Pamilya, may pambaon na sa paaralan ang aking mga anak at naaagapan na rin namin kung sila ay nagkakasakit,” Jonalyn said.

She also mentioned that through the Family Development Sessions, she became more active and a responsible member of their community.

Also, Rochelle Ignacio, an SGP-PA scholar from Amulung, Cagayan said that she is now close in reaching her dreams as she pursue her studies at Isabela State University-Cabagan Campus taking up Bachelor of Science in Information Technology.

The SGP-PA is a tie-up college scholarship program of DSWD and the Commission on Higher Education for the beneficiaries of Pantawid Pamila wherein a student grantee is entitled to a maximum of P30, 000 pesos per semester.

IN THE SPIRIT OF CONVERGENCE   

DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan also stressed on the importance of collaborating with the different sectors like the CSOs in the implementation of social protection programs and services. Partner CSOs take part in the department’s four areas of engagement, namely: Gabay, Tulay, Bantay and Kaagapay.

Tapispisan also emphasized the DSWD’s continuous commitment in uplifting the lives of the poor and the vulnerable.

“Kami sa DSWD ay ipagpapatuloy ang magiliw, mahusay at matapat na paglilingkod. Kami ay nalulugod na marinig ang inyong mga kuwento ng pagbabago at sana patuloy ang magandang pagbabago na ‘yan upang tuluyan ang inyong pagtawid tungo sa kaunlaran,” Tapispisan said.

The Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development program of the national government that invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old. Cash grants are provided to families in exchange of compliance to health and education conditionalities. Parents must also attend the Family Development Sessions. ### By MARICEL B.ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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SM’s “Share a Toy” program gives joy to Pantawid Pamilya IP children beneficiaries

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These children are all smiles as they strike a pose with their new toys.

Smiles were painted at the faces of children beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program as they receive toys from SM Foundation through their “Share a Toy” program.

About 683 children who belong to Indigenous People (IP) group namely Agta, Ibanag, Ayangan, Bugkalot, Kalanguya and Ibaloi from the municipalities of Baggao and Aparri in the province of Cagayan; San Pablo and Sta. Maria in Isabela; Maddela and Nagtipunan in Quirino; and the municipalities of Ambaguio and Alfonso Castañeda in the province of Nueva Vizcaya were given assorted toys ranging from dolls, puzzles, LEGO, cars and musical instruments.

“Tuwang-tuwa ako sa doll na natanggap ko. Salamat po sa SM at sa DSWD!,” said Marian Alonzo, five years old, and a children beneficiary in the municipality of Baggao, Cagayan.

The toys came from SM City-Cauayan and were turned-over to the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II on January 15, 2015.

“These toys will surely give the children joy and laughter,” DSWD Regional Director Remia T. Tapispisan said.
Tapispisan also emphasized on the importance of converging with the stakeholders in serving the vulnerable and the disadvantaged.

“This program which is dedicated to our children beneficiaries is a perfect example of convergence, as we join our hands to put a smile on their faces,” she added.

The Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development program of the national government that invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old. Cash grants are provided to families in exchange of compliance to health and education conditionalities. Parents must also attend the Family Development Sessions.

Presently, there are a total of 98, 059 household beneficiaries in the region, 20, 537 of these households belong to IP group. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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USLTAA’s Medical Mission serves Pantawid Pamilya beneficiaries

A health professional examines one of the Pantawid beneficiaries during the Medical Mission.

A health professional examines one of the Pantawid beneficiaries during the Medical Mission.

About 397 beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program from the Province of Cagayan flocked at the gymnasium of the University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao (USLT) for the free medical and dental services relative to the celebration of their 50th Founding Anniversary on February 15, 2015.

A battery of health professionals catered to the medical needs of the beneficiaries from the municipalities of Amulung, Iguig, Solana, Piat, Tuao, Tuguegarao and Sta.Ana.

“Nagpapasalamat ako at napasama ako upang makinabang sa serbisyong ito”, said Mercedes Canapi, a beneficiary from Amulung, Cagayan.

The medical and dental mission was a project of the University of Saint Louis Tuguegarao Alumni Association Inc. (USLTAA) which aimed at providing community services especially to those who are in need.

The USLT is one of the many academic institutions in the region which has an active partnership with the Department of Social Welfare and Development Field Office II that gives fulfillment to the agency’s thrust of converging with the different sectors for a more effective and efficient implementation of social protection programs and services.

Meanwhile, the Pantawid Pamilya is a human-development program of the national government that invests in the health and education of poor Filipino children aged 0-18 years old. Cash grants are provided to families in exchange of compliance to health and education conditionalities. Parents must also attend the Family Development Sessions.

Presently, there are a total of 98, 059 households beneficiaries in the region. ### By MARICEL B. ASEJO, Information Officer II- Pantawid Pamilya

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I’m a 4Ps Scholar

They call us the lower class, the twerps, a burden to the government. They dub us dependents, supposedly merely after government doles. They call us the poorest of the poor, the beneficiaries of the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps).

Let me tell you people, we are less fortunate but we are not stupid. Yes, we are receiving a certain amount from the government, to alleviate our current situation, which is the program’s primary objective. But, is it really a basis for social discrimination and bullying?

I am a 4Ps scholar, one of the beneficiaries of the Expanded Students’ Grant-In-Aid Program for Poverty Alleviation (ESGP-PA), to be particular about it. So, what do you think? I am giving you the freedom to say something about it. Are you one of those judgmental persons or among the rational ones?

When I first heard about the opportunity to avail myself of the ESGP-PA, I thought of my dreams becoming possible. It was as if chance had found a deserving student who desired to make a difference in her life, in her family, and in her society. Eventually, I became a lucky grantee. I consider that a significant gift that drew me closer to achieving my aspirations.

For me, tuition and other school fees, academic and extracurricular expenses, the purchase of textbooks, the lack of stipend and transportation fare ceased to be constant worries in the pursuit of a college degree. Each grantee is entitled to P30,000 per semester, and that has been making a difference.

But, the difference includes social discrimination and bullying. Some fellow students say something to this effect: “Those 4Ps scholars, they already have the scholarship, and they’re also given special treatment.” Those students who belong to well-off families look down on us when they learn that we are ESGP-PA grantees, as though we were unsightly.

The worst thing was when, in class, a professor presented his opinion on the program’s “dependency” on the government and how our expenses as grantees were being shouldered by taxpayers including himself, all because of irresponsible parenthood. His opinion just seemed so biased. It appeared that he did not realize: What could this mean, how could this affect, an ESGP-PA grantee in his class?

These have happened, not just to me, but also to my fellow 4Ps scholars. It’s like being a 4Ps scholar is a sin, that being less fortunate is a sin.

We are not the proponents of this program; we are merely the chosen recipients. I’ve come to think: What if everyone is a 4Ps beneficiary? Will their views still be the same? Will the treatment be just and fair? Why does social hierarchy matter a lot in building a community? Irrationality will never unite a country.

This is not all about irresponsible parenthood; this is reality. Poverty is present in the country. We are not building a poverty society. In fact, we strongly want to get out of that status. We strive to lift our families out of poverty and eventually give back to the economy.

I feel that I should just shut my mouth whenever they throw gibberish at us and degrade the ESGP-PA. Yet my open mind cannot fathom the fact that those words come from supposedly educated people who should know better than us. It is just a manifestation that someone can be educated but not learned.

Still, I extend my thanks to the government for providing a great opportunity for deserving students to complete tertiary-level education. I will focus on the positive goals. We’ll eradicate poverty; we don’t need irrationality. We are less fortunate, but we are not stupid.

Written by: Rose J. Bongon, 20, is a third-year IT student at Camarines Sur Polytechnic Colleges. She is associate editor of The Spark (the official CSPC school–community publication) and blogs at https://miraqrose.wordpress.com/.

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