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The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

 

 

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 

The Minister of Environment and Tourism (MET), Honourable Pohamba Shifeta, in partnership with the Botswana High Commissioner, the Zambian High Commissioner, the Ambassador of Zimbabwe and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Resident Representative launched a promotional video of the KAZA Excellency Tour on 23 April 2018.

In November 2017, a delegation of 7 Ambassadors accredited to Namibia, Charges from Angola and Libya the UN Resident Coordinator and UNDP Resident Representative to Namibia Ms. Kiki Gbeho and the Deputy Minister of International Relations Maureen Hinda participated in the six day KAZA Excellency Tour. The purpose of this trip was to promote partnership for tourism, a cross border initiative, to promote the Kavango Zambezi Transfrontier Conservation Area (KAZA TFCA).

The KAZA TFCA is an initiative of the governments of Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The KAZA TFCA is situated in the Okavango and Zambezi river basins where the borders of the five countries converge.

Covering nearly 520,000 km2, the KAZA TFCA is the largest conservation area in the world comprising of 20 National Parks, 85 Forest Reserves, 22 Conservancies, 11 Sanctuaries, and 103 Wildlife Management Areas. It is home to a quarter of a million animals, including to 44 percent of Africa's elephants.

The delegation visited the Popa Falls of Namibia, Chobe National Park of Botswana, and the Victoria Falls in Both Zambia and Zimbabwe, amongst many other exciting activities in the respective countries from 10-15 November 2017.

The KAZA Tour is so much more than just an exciting, memorable experience for the whole family. The tour will contribute to reduce poverty, promote environmental conservation and promote prosperity, in line with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

The tour will contribute to creating opportunities in marginalized areas in southern Africa and thereby also contribute to development, specifically in line with SDG Goal 1 ‘No Poverty’, 8 ‘Decent Work and Economic Growth’ and 10 ‘Reduced Inequalities’.

Additionally, the tour route shines a light on conservation land and the importance of saving the environment, in line with Goals 13 ‘Climate Action’ and 15 ‘Life on Land’. Finally, this cross-border initiative supports SDG Goal 17 ‘Partnerships for the Goals’. As tourism can help promote economic growth, the public is encouraged to take this tour and contribute towards sustainable development across southern Africa!

 
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