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KMC is an intervention in which mothers put their premature babies skin-to-skin on their chests and wrap them up in a pouch. Skin-to-skin contact with the mother helps to stabilise the babies’ body temperatures, steadies their heart rate and helps with breathing.  (...) To increase access to high impact essential newborn care interventions, the Government in collaboration with its partners has been implementing several facility- and community-based newborn care interventions.
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Score: 1388123.2 - https://www.unicef.org/ethiopi...bies-chance-healthy-start-life
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As a result, immediate newborn care practices have drastically improved in Cambodia, China, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Viet Nam. In participating health facilities, 72% of newborn infants are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact with mothers. Nearly half remain in skin-to-skin contact through the first breastfeeding, and four out of five are exclusively breastfed in the first days of life. However, only 7% of preterm newborn infants receive Kangaroo Mother Care, which generally includes skin-to-skin contact, feeding with breast milk, and additional support for mother and baby.
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Score: 1384621.9 - https://www.who.int/australia/...stance-and-essential-medicines
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Placing babies in immediate skin-to-skin contact with their mothers keeps babies warm, prevents exposure to surfaces in health facilities that may carry diseases, and helps establish breastfeeding. (...) “As with all confirmed or suspected COVID-19 cases, symptomatic mothers who are breastfeeding or practicing skin-to-skin contact or kangaroo mother care should observe hand hygiene and basic IPC measures. When performing skin-to-skin contact, breastfeeding, and any activities involving touching or being close to the baby, infected mothers must use a medical mask, wash their hands properly before and after contact with the child, and routinely clean and disinfect surfaces which the mother has touched,” said Dr.
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Score: 1384011.6 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...life-saving-babies-philippines
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This death, like many others, might have easily been prevented, and at minimal cost, through a package of simple, low-cost interventions starting with the ‘First Embrace’ – the simple act of ensuring skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby immediately after birth. (...) But there is compelling evidence which shows that sustained skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby straight after birth – the first step in Early Essential Newborn Care – can make the difference between life and death. (...) When a baby is born, he or she first needs to be quickly dried and then passed straight back to the mother, for the essential skin-to-skin contact which transfers love, warmth and protective bacteria.
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Score: 1383393.5 - https://www.who.int/hongkongch...t-of-life-for-a-newborn-infant
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK Pyongyang Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 3.399 Rural population (%) 39 13 Children under five (%) 7,0 6,7 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,8 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 0 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 91 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 95 ICT skills, female (%) 30 57 ICT skills, male (%) 41 70 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 59 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 7 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 100 Full content of antenatal care 88 99 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 100 Home delivery 8 0 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 100 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 98 Skin-to-skin-care 27 44 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 76 Wasting prevalence 2,5 1,4 Stunting prevalence 19,0 10 Minimum dietary diversity 47 80 Minimum acceptable diet 29 54 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 61 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 99 Piped water into dwelling 58 73 Faecal contamination of source water 24 9 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 75 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 99 Piped sewer system 47 83 Correctly managed sanitation 48 85 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 95 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 8 Violent discipline 59 37 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 6 Child labour 5 0 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 3 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 64 Early child development index 88 99 Attendance to early childhood education 73 78 Education Female higher education attainment 20 30 Male higher education attainment 37 44 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 95 Report card received 93 99 Children with foundational reading skills 95 92 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 87 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics Pyongyang province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 1,4 10 0 5 10 15 20 wasting stunting Total Pyongyang 95 82 88 92 87 99 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index PyongyangTotal 29 43 54 61 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding PyongyangTotal 16 59 8 37 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total Pyongyang 88 90 27 99 100 44 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact PyongyangTotal 20 80 69 0 95 91 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession PyongyangTotal 48 61 85 75 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total Pyongyang Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 0 Province classified green (out of 26) 24 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...les/2019-11/3.10-Pyongyang.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK South Hamgyong Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 3.140 Rural population (%) 39 40 Children under five (%) 7,0 6,9 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,9 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 29 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 70 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 80 ICT skills, female (%) 30 27 ICT skills, male (%) 41 47 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 26 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 11 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 94 Full content of antenatal care 88 98 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 86 Home delivery 8 5 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 95 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 100 Skin-to-skin-care 27 48 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 23 Wasting prevalence 2,5 3,2 Stunting prevalence 19,0 19 Minimum dietary diversity 47 54 Minimum acceptable diet 29 41 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 35 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 95 Piped water into dwelling 58 56 Faecal contamination of source water 24 26 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 66 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 85 Piped sewer system 47 36 Correctly managed sanitation 48 39 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 80 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 20,5 Violent discipline 59 71 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 24 Child labour 5 9 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 13 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 48 Early child development index 88 92 Attendance to early childhood education 73 68 Education Female higher education attainment 20 20 Male higher education attainment 37 41 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 95 Report card received 93 96 Children with foundational reading skills 95 100 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 85 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics South Hamgyong province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 3,2 19 0 5 10 15 20 wasting stunting Total South Hamgyong 95 82 88 100 85 92 0 20 40 60 80 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index South HamgyongTotal 29 43 41 35 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding South HamgyongTotal 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total South Hamgyong 88 90 27 98 95 48 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact South HamgyongTotal 20 80 69 29 80 70 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession South HamgyongTotal 48 61 39 66 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total South Hamgyong Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 6 Province classified green (out of 26) 4 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...19-11/3.3-South%20Hamgyong.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK South Pyongan Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 4.147 Rural population (%) 39 34 Children under five (%) 7,0 6,9 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,9 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 10 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 67 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 82 ICT skills, female (%) 30 37 ICT skills, male (%) 41 42 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 33 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 14 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 94 Full content of antenatal care 88 79 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 85 Home delivery 8 12 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 80 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 100 Skin-to-skin-care 27 17 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 39 Wasting prevalence 2,5 2,2 Stunting prevalence 19,0 19 Minimum dietary diversity 47 33 Minimum acceptable diet 29 21 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 49 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 94 Piped water into dwelling 58 46 Faecal contamination of source water 24 19 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 50 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 81 Piped sewer system 47 43 Correctly managed sanitation 48 46 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 72 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 12 Violent discipline 59 67 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 24 Child labour 5 1 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 10 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 48 Early child development index 88 91 Attendance to early childhood education 73 78 Education Female higher education attainment 20 22 Male higher education attainment 37 37 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 97 Report card received 93 88 Children with foundational reading skills 95 98 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 91 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics South Pyongan province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 2,2 19 0 5 10 15 20 wasting stunting Total South Pyongan 95 82 88 98 91 91 70 75 80 85 90 95 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index South PyonganTotal 29 43 21 49 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding South PyonganTotal 16 59 12 67 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total South Pyongan 88 90 27 79 80 17 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor / assistant Skin-to-skin contact South PyonganTotal 20 80 69 10 82 67 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession South PyonganTotal 48 61 46 50 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total South Pyongan Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 6 Province classified green (out of 26) 5 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...019-11/3.7-South%20Pyongan.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK North Hwanghae Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 2.158 Rural population (%) 39 54 Children under five (%) 7,0 7,3 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 2,0 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 9 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 56 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 74 ICT skills, female (%) 30 15 ICT skills, male (%) 41 27 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 21 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 12 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 93 Full content of antenatal care 88 92 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 86 Home delivery 8 7 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 76 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 97 Skin-to-skin-care 27 34 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 29 Wasting prevalence 2,5 2,9 Stunting prevalence 19,0 19 Minimum dietary diversity 47 33 Minimum acceptable diet 29 17 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 43 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 90 Piped water into dwelling 58 49 Faecal contamination of source water 24 34 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 55 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 85 Piped sewer system 47 30 Correctly managed sanitation 48 32 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 78 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 17 Violent discipline 59 55 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 26 Child labour 5 5 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 3 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 47 Early child development index 88 91 Attendance to early childhood education 73 70 Education Female higher education attainment 20 17 Male higher education attainment 37 34 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 92 Report card received 93 95 Children with foundational reading skills 95 96 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 86 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics North Hwanghae province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 2,9 19 0 5 10 15 20 wasting stunting Total North Hwanghae 95 82 88 96 86 91 75 80 85 90 95 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index North HwanghaeTotal 29 43 17 43 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding North HwanghaeTotal 16 59 17 55 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total North Hwanghae 88 90 27 92 76 34 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact North HwanghaeTotal 20 80 69 9 74 56 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession North HwanghaeTotal 48 61 32 55 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total North Hwanghae Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 11 Province classified green (out of 26) 1 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...19-11/3.8-North%20Hwanghae.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK North Hamgyong Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 2.398 Rural population (%) 39 27 Children under five (%) 7,0 6,8 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 1,8 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 17 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 73 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 88 ICT skills, female (%) 30 35 ICT skills, male (%) 41 43 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 28 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 13 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 91 Full content of antenatal care 88 92 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 85 Home delivery 8 6 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 100 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 99 Skin-to-skin-care 27 14 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 31 Wasting prevalence 2,5 2,2 Stunting prevalence 19,0 22 Minimum dietary diversity 47 40 Minimum acceptable diet 29 26 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 40 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 92 Piped water into dwelling 58 68 Faecal contamination of source water 24 16 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 77 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 88 Piped sewer system 47 45 Correctly managed sanitation 48 49 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 82 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 10 Violent discipline 59 58 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 15 Child labour 5 2 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 21 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 62 Early child development index 88 80 Attendance to early childhood education 73 53 Education Female higher education attainment 20 19 Male higher education attainment 37 40 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 98 Report card received 93 99 Children with foundational reading skills 95 90 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 66 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics North Hamgyong province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 2,2 22 0 5 10 15 20 25 wasting stunting Total North Hamgyong 29 43 26 40 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding North HamgyongTotal 95 82 88 90 66 80 0 20 40 60 80 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index North HamgyongTotal 16 59 10 58 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total North Hamgyong 88 90 27 92 100 14 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor/ assistant Skin-to-skin contact North HamgyongTotal 20 80 69 17 88 73 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession North HamgyongTotal 48 61 49 77 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total North Hamgyong Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 5 Province classified green (out of 26) 11 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...19-11/3.2-North%20Hamgyong.pdf
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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK North Pyongan Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 2.812 Rural population (%) 39 47 Children under five (%) 7,0 6,9 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 2,0 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 16 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 65 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 58 ICT skills, female (%) 30 18 ICT skills, male (%) 41 24 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 23 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 10 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 96 Full content of antenatal care 88 69 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 79 Home delivery 8 9 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 89 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 88 Skin-to-skin-care 27 29 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 34 Wasting prevalence 2,5 1,3 Stunting prevalence 19,0 20 Minimum dietary diversity 47 34 Minimum acceptable diet 29 15 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 36 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 91 Piped water into dwelling 58 58 Faecal contamination of source water 24 28 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 61 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 80 Piped sewer system 47 46 Correctly managed sanitation 48 49 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 75 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 24 Violent discipline 59 66 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 22 Child labour 5 11 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 12 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 41 Early child development index 88 78 Attendance to early childhood education 73 78 Education Female higher education attainment 20 14 Male higher education attainment 37 32 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 91 Report card received 93 94 Children with foundational reading skills 95 89 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 68 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics North Pyongan province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 1,3 20 0 5 10 15 20 25 wasting stunting Total North Pyongan 95 82 88 89 68 78 0 20 40 60 80 100 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index North PyonganTotal 29 43 15 36 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding North PyonganTotal 16 59 24 66 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total North Pyongan 88 90 27 69 89 29 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor / assistant Skin-to-skin contact North PyonganTotal 20 80 69 16 58 65 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession North PyonganTotal 48 61 49 61 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total North Pyongan Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 14 Province classified green (out of 26) 0 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...019-11/3.6-North%20Pyongan.pdf
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