MANDATE

 

  1. Formulate measures, develop plans and strategies, provide technical assistance, and ensure the delivery of basic services and provision of adequate facilities relative to social welfare and development services.
  2. Identify the basic needs of the needy and disadvantaged and develop and implement appropriate measures to alleviate their problems and improve their living conditions.
  3. Provide relief and appropriate crisis intervention for victims of abuse and exploitation and recommend appropriate measures to deter further abuse and exploitation.
  4. Facilitate the implementation of social welfare and development programs for children and youth, women, disabled, elderly, and disadvantaged families/groups/ communities.
  5. Be in the frontline of service delivery, particularly those which have to do with the immediate relief during and assistance in the aftermath of man-made and natural disaster and natural calamities.
  6. Coordinate with government agencies and non-governmental organization for the promotion and protection of all needy, disadvantaged groups, or individuals, families and communities.
  7. Implement Special Protection Projects/Programs of the DSWD.
  8. Exercise such other powers and perform other functions and duties as may be prescribed by law or ordinance.

VISION  

God loving, self-reliant, empowered, and culturally enriched Solanoans

MISSION    

To responsibly deliver basic social welfare and development services to disadvantaged individuals, families and communities that will enhance their social functioning and well-being instilling the values of volunteerism, ethics and competence.

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  • To alleviate poverty among marginalized sectors of society
  • To provide access on all social welfare and development programs and services in all sectors

CORE VALUES

 

Volunteerism: Lending a helping hand to make a meaningful contribution to a better community

Ethics: The discipline dealing with what is good and bad and with moral duty and obligation

Competence: Characteristics and skills that enable effective and efficient performance

THE STAFF

 

THE STAFF:

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW Municipal Social Welfare and Officer  
YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW Social Welfare Officer II  
RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW Social Welfare Officer I  
KEREN JOY P. MARIGONDON Local Youth Development Officer  
GRACE M. NANALE, LPT Day Care Worker II  
JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT Social Welfare Officer I  
RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO Admin. Aide III (J.O.)  

 

CITIZENS CHARTER

 

OUR SERVICES

PROVISION OF ASSISTANCE TO INDIVIDUALS IN CRISIS SITUATION (AICS) 

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

Provision of timely and appropriate aid to individuals/ families who are in crisis situation to avail financial assistance in order to cope up with present problems brought about by dysfunctional situations that may be caused by poor health conditions, natural and manmade calamities.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Verification of requirements

A.     Certificate of Indigency

B.      Photocopy of 2 valid ID’s

C.    Referral Slip from SWAD (optional)

 

Additional Requirements:

*MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

-Certificate of Confinement/ Medical Certificate

 -Hospital Bill and/or Promissory Note

-Clinical Abstract

-Medical Treatment Protocol

-Laboratory Request

-Charge Slip/Price Quotation

-Official Receipt of medicines and prescription

 

*BURIAL ASSISTANCE

-Death Certificate

 -Funeral Contract

 

*FIRE VICTIMS

-Spot report

-Pictures

 

*CEDC/CICL/VAWC/WEDC/Balik Probinsya

-Request letter

-Police Report

 

*Drug Surrenderees

-Request letter

-Court Order

-Referral

4 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

3. Assessment and Endorsement

Validated Documents

5 minutes

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW
MSWDO

4. Proceed to Mayor’s Office for recommendation

Validated Documents

5 minutes

TANYALYN E. SALVADOR
Admin. Aide VI-MMO

5. Intake interview and preparation of vouchers

 

10 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

6. Release of vouchers

 

2 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

7. Processing of vouchers

Validated Documents

30 minutes

NYMPHA M. LOPEZ
Admin. Officer II-MBO

MARCIAL L. RAMOS, CPA
MBO

FLORDELIZA F. BERNABE
Admin. Assistant II-MACCO

JACQUELINE M. MALIJAN
Admin Officer V- MACCO

MA. LINA C. SUGUITAN, CPA
Municipal Accountant

TANYALYN E. SALVADOR
Admin. Aide VI-MMO

JENITA G. VELASCO
Municipal Treasurer

8. Release of Financial Assistance

 

2 minutes

CLAUDINE S. BANCIFRA, CPA
Admin. Officer II

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 1 HOUR

 

ISSUANCE OF REFERRAL LETTER AND CERTIFICATION

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

A referral letter to a partner or identified agency is given to clients who are seeking assistance beyond the services of the office.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Verification of documents

A.  Certificate of Indigency

B.   Photocopy of 2 valid ID’s

C.  Referral Slip from SWAD (optional)

 

*MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

-Certificate of Indigency

-Certificate of Confinement/ Medical Certificate

 -Hospital Bill/ Promissory Note

-Clinical Abstract

-Medical Protocol

-Laboratory Requests

-Charge Slip/Price Quotation

-Official Receipt of medicines and prescriptions

 

*BURIAL ASSISTANCE

– Certificate of Indigency

 -Death Certificate

 -Funeral Contract

 

*FIRE VICTIMS

-Spot report

-Pictures

 

*CEDC/CICL/VAWC/WEDC/Balik Probinsya

-Request letter

-Valid ID’s

-Police Report

4 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

3. Intake Interview and preparation of referral letter/ certification

 

10 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

4. Issuance of referral letter/ certification

 

2 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO
Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN
SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW
SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW
SWO II

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 18 minutes

 

SECURING OF SOCIAL CASE STUDY REPORT (SCSR)

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

Social Case Study Reports are required by government and non-government organizations that provide social/health services to clients and patients.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Present required documents

A.     Certificate of Indigency

B.      Proof of Request

C.     Medical Records and other pertinent documents

4 minutes

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

3. Interview and Assessment

 

15 minutes

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

4. Preparation of Social Case Study Report

 

1 week

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

5. Issuance of Social Case Study Report

 

2 minutes

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 1 week

 

SECURING OF PERSONS WITH DISABILITY (PWD) IDENTIFICATION CARD 

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

A PWD ID is a valid identification card issued to persons with disabilities. This card serves as a proof for availing of the benefits and privileges for PWDs. 

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Present required documents

Filled-up Application Form

7 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

3. Preparation of PWD ID

 

3 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

4. Issuance of PWD ID

 

2 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 14 minutes

 

SECURING OF SOLO PARENT ID

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

The MSWDO is the lead agency in the implementation of R.A. 8972 or the Solo Parent Act and is tasked to issue the Solo Parent ID. Holders of a solo parent ID card are entitled to programs and services offered by various government entities.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Verification of documents

A.     Filled-up Application Form

B.      Barangay Certificate – that applicant is a solo parent

C.     Death Certificate of spouse, if widowed

D.     CENOMAR, if not married

E.       Birth Certificate of children 18 years old and below

F.       Latest income tax, if employed/ tax exemption if unemployed

7 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

3. Data gathering, Assessment, and Validation

 

(within 30 days)

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

4. Issuance of Solo Parent ID card

 

2 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 1 month

 

MARRIAGE EXPECTATION INVENTORY

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

Before proceeding to Pre-Marriage Counseling (PMC), would-be couples should undergo Pre-Marriage Examination.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Present required documents

Application for Marriage License

2 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

3. Fill-out PMC Application Form and take the exam

 

30 minutes

 

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 34 minutes

 

PRE-MARRIAGE COUNSELING

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

Pre-Marriage Counseling (PMC) seminar to would-be couples is mandated by law under PD 965 and Article 16 of the New Family Code of 1991. Pre-Marriage Counseling is a pre-requisite in securing a marriage license.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Attend PMC seminar

Application for Marriage License

4 hours

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

3. Preparation of Pre-Marriage Counseling Certificate

 

6 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

4.Issuance of Pre-Marriage Certificate

 

2 minutes

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

TOTAL RESPONSE TIME: 4 hours, 10 minutes

 

CASE MANAGEMENT FOR VICTIMS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN AND CHILDREN (VAWC)

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

To provide comprehensive program for victim-survivors of violence to ensure their safety and well-being.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Present yourself for an intake interview by a social worker

A. Case Folder (PNP/Barangay Blotter, Medico Legal, Psychological Evaluation)

B. Certificate of Indigency/ Residency

C. Marriage Contract

1 hour

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

3. Case Conferencing/ Referral to appropriate agencies/offices (PNP, MHO, R2TMC, RTC, BLGU)

Case Folder

15 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

5. After Care and Follow-up

Case Folder

Scheduled fieldwork

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

 

CASE MANAGEMENT FOR CHILDREN IN NEED OF SPECIAL PROTECTION (CNSP)

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

To provide assistance to all persons below 18 years of age, or those 18 years old and over but are unable to take care of themselves because of physical or mental disability condition; who are vulnerable to or are victims of abuse, neglect, exploitation, cruelty, discrimination and violence (armed conflict, domestic violence and other analogous conditions prejudicial to their development).

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Present yourself for an intake interview by a social worker

A. Case Folder (PNP/Barangay Blotter, Medico Legal)

B. Certificate of Indigency/ Residency

C. Birth Certificate

1 hour

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

3. Case Conferencing/ Referral to appropriate agencies/offices (PNP, MHO, R2TMC, RTC, BLGU)

Case Folder

15 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

5. After Care and Follow-up

Case Folder

Scheduled fieldwork

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

 

CASE MANAGEMENT FOR CHILDREN IN CONFLICT WITH THE LAW (CICL) and children at risk

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

To provide assistance to children who are alleged as, accused of, or adjudged as, having committed an offense under Philippine laws.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Information and data gathering from the CICL and relatives

A. Birth Certificate

B. Case Folder/ Endorsement from the Police Station or Barangay with corresponding blotter or records

C. Certificate of Indigency/ Residency

30 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

3.  Accompany CICL in Inquest proceedings at the prosecutor’s office whenever necessary

Case Folder

2 hours

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

4. Assessment of Discernment using Discernment Tool and Preparation of Certificate of Discernment

 

2 hours

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

5. Court Hearing on the motion of ROR for the processing of CICL’s Release on Recognizance

Case Folder

30 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

6. Preparation of Diversion Contract/ Intervention Plan

Case Folder

 

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

BCPC

8. Community-Based Intervention/ Diversion Program

Case Folder

1 hour

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

BCPC

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

Refers to the full range of health, nutrition, early education and social services programs that provide for the basic holistic needs of young children from 0 to 4 years old to promote their optimum growth and development. The MSWD manages 32 Day Care Centers in the 22 Barangays. At present, 1, 426 children are enrolled under the supervision of 29 Day Care Teacher/Workers.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Admission

A. Birth Certificate

B. Health Record

C. Marriage Contract of parents

10 minutes

Day Care Teacher/Worker

2. Conduct sessions for Infant and Toddler Early Development (ITED), Pre-kinder 1 and Pre-kinder 2

A. Curriculum Guide

B. Learning Resource Packages

C. Activity Sheets

2-3 hours

Day Care Teacher/Worker

3. Supplemental feeding

 

30 minutes

Day Care Teacher/Worker

Parents’ Group

4. Parent mentoring and meeting

Learning Resource Packages

1 hour

Day Care Teacher/Worker

MSWDO Staff

5. Prepare and consolidate reports/records of master lists, monthly/quarterly and weight monitoring for submission to concerned offices/ agencies

Records

 

 

 

Day Care Teacher/Worker

6. Monitoring and Consolidation of Monthly and Quarterly Reports

 

 

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

GRACE M. NANALE, LPT

Day Care Worker II

 

PROVISION OF DISASTER RELIEF ASSISTANCE

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

The Municipal Social Welfare and Development Office is the first responder during disaster response to natural or manmade calamities such as typhoons, fires, and earthquakes. It provides food and non-food assistance and referrals to other concerned agencies.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Interview

A.  Certificate of Residency

B. Barangay Certification of being a victim of calamity

10 minutes

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

3. Relief Distribution/Assistance

 

15 minutes

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

4. Conduct of Recovery and Rehabilitation

 

 

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

MELVA MARIE S. LABASAN

SWA

JEZREEL ANN D. DE PEDRO, LPT

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

RACQUEL JUDEE R. LADIAO

Admin. Aide III (J.O.)

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

 

ASSISTANCE TO DRUG SURRENDEREES 

ABOUT THE SERVICE:

To provide assistance and holistic care to drug surrenderees to develop/enhance their drug recovery skills and life skills thru preventive education, health promotion/ basic health services, screening, basic support, skills training/livelihood opportunities.

STEPS

YOU NEED TO PRESENT

IT WILL TAKE YOU

PLEASE APPROACH

1. Sign client logbook

 

2 minutes

 

2. Intake Interview and Preparation of Certificate of Appearance

A.     Court Order

B.      Barangay Indigency

10 minutes

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

3. Report to PNP Solano

A.     Court Order

B.      Certificate of Appearance

10 minutes

Information Desk

4. Report to Punong Barangay

Court Order

5 minutes

Punong Barangay

5. Undergo Community-based/Center-based Psychosocial Rehabilitation

Case Folder

Depends on the length stated in the Court Order

LYN F. LAPITAN, RSW

MSWDO

YVONNE D. BULAYO, RSW

SWO II

RIENA FAYE B. LITAWAN, RSW

SWO I

ACCOMPLISH CLIENT FEEDBACK FORM AND DROP AT DESIGNATED SUGGESTION BOX

OFFICE DIRECTORY

321-2561 /
0953 233 8542


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