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Update September 2, 2017
Prayer is a primary weapon in the battles that lie ahead. "The main idea is to pray for the grandmothers, because many of them don't know the Lord. They need to know the Lord and they need His help in raising these children."

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  • Pray for our 93 orphans students going back to school this September with their school fees paid. Pray for them as they face many difficult challenges in their lives just to be able go to school and stay in school.
  • Pray for our 88 caregivers as school begins again who teach the young children in all our 22 sponsored Community Based Childcare Centers. Pray they will strive for excellance and continue to grow in their own faith and love for Jesus and dedication to the children.
  • Pray for the followup in the Kawiya villages with the 25 chiefs, most of them Muslim, who viewed the Magdelena Film. They regard women as second class people in the community, and it was awesome for our Lameck our SAFE staff member to hear the chiefs praying a confessional prayer when he invited them to do so. One Chief commented, "What we saw in the film is what is happening in our communities... so we would love if you would show the film to all the people we are looking after so they would turn from this behavior just as we have now decided to do."
  • Pray for the discipleship training of 45 pastors at SAFE's Training Center in Kondanani Village.
  • Pray for the Rancho Baptist Church mission team of 9 preparing to go to Malawi in September 14- 29. This is an intergenerational team complete with youth and women from the Gogo group -- just like the people in the villages we assist.
  • Pray for a GOOD Memorandum of Understanding with the City of Zomba -- still being written by the city! There was a breakthough when the leader of our July mission team, with expertise in development, met with the city. He has drawn up plans to help develop the park where our successful ministry to peri-urban children at the SAFE Haven operates. 
  • Pray for our Gogo One-Day Retreat October 7 at Mariners Church in Irvine, CA.. Pray that those who God wants to be there will be able to come, and that His will and purposes will be accomplished!
  • Pray for SAFE Haven Supervisor, Aaron Gondwe, as he directs the wonderful programs at the SAFE Haven for peri-urban children. Also pray for his interns Tamanda, Timothy and Rachael that help with the programs.
  • Pray for Lameck and the pastors around the Kawiya Songani who are praying together, and have an intention to reach out to the Chiefs around the Kawiya Communities. Pray! forunity in Christ! The enemy does not want this to happen!
  • Pray for the SAFE staff women -- Brenda, Mary and Charlotte as they spend time mentoring and encouraging the caregivers in our CBCCs (preschools)
  • Pray for Cathy Cheonga as she leads the youth in our SAFE Life Youth Clubs. Pray for her wisdom as she addresses the problem of incest and other problems the youth have experienced. Pray God will meet her needs as a widow and mother of 2 children.
  • Pray for the many teachers in Malawi who have been trained to teach the Why Wait? curriculum and for Philip who encourages and trains them. Pray for the students they are teaching -- that they will form a solid Biblical worldview through these lessons.
  • Pray for our many gogo groups in Malawi to grow in their love and knowledge of the Lord and their love for one another. Pray that their leadership would be faithful, effective, wise and teach sound doctrine so they and the children will not be led astray.
  •  Pray for a good start for the new Gogo Group beginning to meet at Valley Christian Fellowship in Menifee, CA.
  • Pray for Lameck as he is having the opportunity to show the Jesus FilmWalking With Jesus and The Bible films in many primary and secondary schools nearly everyday! Pray too for the Mailbox Clubs beginning in these schools where Christian discipleship happens.
  • Pray for Kaulembwe SAFE Life Youth Club in Chipayika. They have asked for prayers for good progress!
  • Pray for our Leaders of Gogo Groups here in the US who need God's wisdom and strength to persevere in the good work they are doing!
  • Pray for each of our SAFE staff:
    Executive Director, Prof Moira Chimombo
    Director of Finance and Administration, Benjamin Khoswe
    SAFE International Coordinator, Prof Dick Day
    SAFE International ECD and Gogo Grandmothers Coordinator, Mrs Charlotte Day
    National Education Coordinator, Philip Mwenegamb
    Jesus Film Coordinator, Lameck
    Regional Education Coordinator, Mrs Catherine Cheonga
    Director of ECD & Gogo Grandmothers, Mrs Mary Phiri
    Community Supervisor-Zomba, Mrs Brenda Lisimb
    Community Supervisor-Kachindamoto, Michael Mvundula Khumalo
    SAFE Haven Supervisor, Aaron Gondwe
    Accounts Assistant, Mrs Timaleni Biswick
  • Pray for the new Gogo Group at Our Savior's Church in Louisiana that met for the first time in October.
  • Pray for the new Gogo Group forming in Julian, California at Hillside Church. They need a leader and an open door to sponsor SAFE's work at a village in the Lower Shire area of Malawi
  • Pray for the caregivers, youth, gogos and village leaders impacted by the ministry of the Shoreline Church mission team last month in Thowolo and Chipayika villages. Pray for them to put into practice the things that they learned. 
  • Pray for Mrs Museveni, the First Lady of Uganda who is now the Minister of Education, that she will be open to introducing the Why Wait?
    curriculum into Grades 9-12 in the seconadary schools. She was the First Lady when Dick Day spoke at the 
    first 2 Youth Congresses in Kampala, Uganda in 1992 and later at the 10 year anniversary in 2002.


  • Pray for a Nigerian former parliamentarian, who is going to do his best to get WHY WAIT? into the schools across Nigeria. Moira gave him a set of the Why Wait? books to give to the appropriate person in the Federal Government.

  • Pray that the City Council in Zomba will agree to a fair contract with SAFE concerning the Park where our SAFE Haven (ARK) building is located.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
  • Pray for the 68 newly trained preschool caregivers in the north and southern districts to implement the new monthly themed curriculum this year. Pray the children will learn and develop a deep love for God, and also learn the skills they need to prepare for primary school. Pray for our other caregivers to soon receive the new materials for their Community Based Childcare Centers. 
  • Pray for the medical clinic in Chipayika village to be finished and equipped, and for a doctor and nurse to be assigned to live there. Pray they will be followers of Christ who can help heal bodies and hearts and minds!
  • Pray for the government's approval of our WHY WAIT?'s form 3 and 4 texts for secondary school (high school)! They are currently being evaluated. This is so important for Malawi!
  • Pray for the 68 newly trained preschool caregivers in the north and southern districts to implement the new monthly themed curriculum this year. Pray the children will learn and develop a deep love for God, and also learn the skills they need to prepare for primary school. Pray for our other caregivers to soon receive the new materials for their Community Based Childcare Centers.
  • Pray that Moira's contact with the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) might result in the Why Wait? curriculum being widely used all over Africa
  • Pray that the discipleship program we use for students called, The Mailbox Club, can be brought to students in Kachindamoto.
  • Pray for the teachers from secondary schools and primary schools who are being trained in our sponsored communities in how to implement the Biblically based life skills Why Wait? curriculum in classes. Pray the teachers will use the resources given to them and that many student's lives will be changed.

  • Pray for wisdom in addressing the rise in HIV/AIDS infections among young women 15-18 in the Zomba District.

  • Pray for the women faculty, faculty wives, and new women graduate students to take seriously their walk and witness for Christ.

  • Pray for the 30 women chiefs who were ministered to by Patricia Niednagel -- especially the Muslim chiefs who do not know the Lord yet. 
  • Pray for a grant we have submitted to buy solar driers and other equipment to dry fruit and vegetables so they can be stored long term by people. These would be used for training people at the SAFE Training Center we recently built in Kondanani village.

  • Pray for Lameck as he trains village pastors in how to disciple those who have just come to faith in Christ from the Jesus Film showings.

  • Continue to pray for the 12 Muslim families who have become followers of Christ and are attending some village Christian churches after our showing of the Jesus film and meeting for discipleship followup
  • Pray for Drew as he works to finish the Early Childhood Development film for SAFE. 
  • Pray for the newly trained caregivers (preschool teachers) in Kachindamoto. Pray they can organize and teach well the hundreds of children in their care.  
  • Pray for Paul Lewis who is finishing a new website for Gogo Grandmothers. Pray that it will be a useful tool. 
  • Pray for the printing and publishing of Dick Day's book, Africa, the Great Omission (A Call to Disciple Nations) 
  • Pray for our new Gogo Treasurer, Jacque Entzminger and her assistant Lynn. They are such and important part of this ministry!
  • The partnership with Opportunity International that is beginning with SAFE in the villages. Pray for the "opportunity" this can be for a few people to lift themselves out of poverty and provide income and hope for their families and communities. 
  • A person in each village who will understand and work with the Sabors we left for their preschools and youth groups.  (These are digital players that don't need electricity and play songs that teach scripture in Chechewa and English)
  • The chiefs in Kachindamoto who have asked Jesus into their hearts and are meeting for Bible study.
  • Girls introduced to the Washable Menstrual Pad Project will use them, stay in school and inspire others to do the same!
  • Charlotte's bead project with the gogos... to empower women in the villages and produce a bit of income.
  • Pray for Smart! Dick Day led him to Jesus. He is the son of their illiterate, Muslim gardener and they are providing school fees for him to go to Livingstonia University in Malawi. Smart is "smart" and now he knows the Lord!
  • Pray for Rose Kennedy, a girl who comes from Kachindamoto. Rose is our newest single orphan who is receiving school fees because of her dire circumstances. Rose's ambition is to become a primary teacher in her home area so that she can help promote girl child education in her area.

Thank God for . . .

  • The way we saw the Holy Spirit work in the hearts of the 25 mostly Muslim chiefs when they were shown the Magdalena Film. This was an outreach to the chiefs in Kawiya that many of you prayed about -- but we didn't know the film was going to be shown and how God would use it to open more doors and bring about not only the spread of the Gospel but a change in attitudes towards women.

  • Dick Day Jr. who was able to spend 7 days and nights working with our SAFE staff on a review of their strategy and operations. Dick plays a critical role as a member of our U.S. board. We are so thankful for his contributions to this ministry!
  • For the donated solar lights that will be given in September to our secondary school sponsored students so they can study at night.
  • The Opportunity given by Debbie Kippley for Mary Phiri, Betty Day and Leslie Lewis to speak and network at the Malawi Mission Network Conference. Praying these new connections will advance God's work in many places in Malawi. 
  •  The wonderful gatherings of people In Angel's Camp and Alamo, CA where Mary Phiri (Director of Early Childhood Development and Gogo Grandmothers) was given a chance to meet new friends and share about SAFE's work in Malawi!
  • The people and plans God is bringing together for the Gogo one-day retreat October 7 at Mariners Church in Irvine, CA.
  • The Gaius mission team of 9 people from Calvary Vista Church who were in Malawi July 2-18. They had so many opportunities open up that some of this team will return this Fall to continue what they saw God begin!
  • The door opened with the city of Zomba when the Gaius mission team came to possibly further develop the property and our work with children there!
  • The 2nd half of the mission team that arrived safely in Malawi July 8 with ALL their 18 fifty-pound duffle bags and totes full of supplies for the gogos, preschools and youth! Both arrivals of the teams at the airport in Malawi had "God at work" stories of how all those bags got safely and quickly through customs!
  • The opportunity the 2 young women, Alexa and Rebekah that went on mission team, had to connect with and minister to the youth in Kondanani village. Many spoke enough English that it made connecting far easier.
  • That in all of our Zomba CBCCs long boards with hooks to hang the Bible banners, educstional postors and children's work work put in place by the mission team of men. This will help keep the clay, brick walls from being damaged.
  • The spiritualal, physical and relational impact made in the villages by the blanket distribution last month. Over 2,000 gogos received this special gift and best of all some received the gift of Jesus into their hearts.
  • The APPROVAL of SAFE's National Aids Commission proposal! This will make possible training and equipping more public school teachers in the Why Wait? Life Skills Curriculm to teach thousands of children in Malawian schools.
  • The hundreds of items made and donated for our 2 mission teams to take to Malawi for the gogos, preschools and youth in July and in September
  • The prison inmates who were trained to teach the Why Wait? Biblical Life Skills Curriculum in the Zomba Central Prison. Praying as their lives are changed by Christ they will see God use them to bring others to follow Jesus.
  • The rain that came to Luzi village after they had almost given up and decided to call for a night of prayer... the rains came that night and their harvest, although late, was a good one! How they thanked the Lord. Their faith also grew!
  • That Dick and Charlotte Day will be able to stay in the 100+ year-old college home they love and have rented for 20 years. The college has made an exception for them and Dick and Charlotte will help renovate another home for staff at the college. This is an "amazing grace" answer to prayer!
  • The provision of a source for good blankets and the funds to buy them for over 2000 gogos before the cold months in June and July. We have already started distributing them and there is such joy in the recieving!
  • The two mission teams going to Malawi in July and in Septmeber to give and minister to and with our SAFE staff.
  • The wonderful digital divices containing over 200 of his messages, given by Josh McDowell, to be used in Malawi for discipleship and evangelism.
  • The successful trip of Tara Wright the Coordinator of SAFE UK -- Malawi May 2-23. She saw God use her time there to assess the work in her sponored village area of Kachere and it's various programs -- as well as be an encouagement to many of our SAFE staff.
  • The wonderful, needed CBCC at Lake Chilwa called, Chisomo CBCC! It is nearing completion and will soon be full of children!
  • The opportunity Mary Phiri, Leslie Lewis and Betty Day have to share about the work of SAFE and Gogo Grandmothers at the Malawi Mission Network Conference in August.
  • The faithful service and support of our donors and sponosors of gogos and the Gogo leaders and churches who assist this ministry!
  • The beautiful harvest in most of our sponsored villages and for The Joseph Project maize that sustained over 2,000 gogo families for the last 2 years. Now there is a great giving back of maize from the gogos to the CBCCs (preschools).
  • The new Valley Christian Fellowship Gogo Group in Menifee CA that is sponsoring Luzi Village that has waited so long for a sponsoring group!
  • The Mariners Gogo Group's Sweet Repeats fundraiser April 1, and the Burke Gogos fundraiser April 7 that brought in funds for some special projects, and to build a new community based childcare center in Kawyia Tikondane village!
  • Rain finally coming to Luzi Village where they had to plant late. Normally, they receive rain mid-November to the end of March or mid-April. This year it didn't rain in Luzi because of a rain shadow. At the end of January when the villagers had some patchy rains they became hopeful and planted their maize, but the rains stopped again. The chief with his elders were very concerned and they had no solution apart from calling Christian clergy and all the Christians to come to the Luzi CBCC to pray and ask God to send rain. Surprisingly, the very same day, the 4th of February, 2017, in the evening the rains came. From that day onwards, there have been patchy rains and the maize is late but still growing.
  • 4 New Gogo groups in different stages of beginning, Hillside Church in Julian CA, Shoreline Church in San Clemente, Our Savior's Church in Louisiana, and Valley Christian Fellowship in Menifee, CA.
  • The beautiful life and ministry of Mary Escamilla, our San Diego Inland Gogo Leader who went to be with the Lord February 25. 
  • The provision of a Christian driver/mechanic for SAFE to replace Mr. Maganga who recently died. 
  • Our SAFE staff member Brenda Sanama's giving birth to a healthy baby boy. He will soon be on her back visiting our sponsored CBCCs!
  • The spiritual and practical needs our SAFE Life Youth Clubs are providing for the young men and women in the villages. 
  • The spiritual and practical needs our SAFE Life Youth Clubs are providing for the young men and women in the villages. 
  • The blessing our first 3 day youth camp was for 40 youth... for those who received Christ and made Him Lord -- digging deep into applying God's word to their lives and building relationships.
  • Aaron Gondwe, our Coordinator for the SAFE Haven, is going back to begin the programs with the kids again in Feb. after healing from injuries he sustained in an automobile accident. 
  • The 90 newly trained teachers in SAFE's Why Wait? Life Skills Curriculum and the 44 new schools that are introducing it to their students. 
  • The many poor gogos in Kachindamoto that are being visited, prayed for and given supplies like soap because of the motorcycle Michael Mvundula Khumalo, our Community Supervisor for Kachindamoto has been given.
  • Providing the discount coupons and funds for 2,169 gogos to buy their fertilizer and seed in time for planting.
  • The gogos who received their maize who are sharing generosity with others who are hungry as a witness of Jesus' love.
  • The successful deliveries, just before Christmas of 60lb of maize to all the needy gogo families in our sponsored villages in the Central and Southern Districts.
  • The extra efforts of our SAFE staff to get the maize out. I know Mary Phiri and probably others worked right up until Christmas Eve!
  • A year of drought and hunger that continues, but a spiritual harvest of love and hope that has been poured out!
  • The unexpected need for maize for the 3 northern village and the unexpected provision of $25,000 to meet that need at the last minute!
  • The 105 students who are receiving school fees for secondary school, college or trade schools. 
  • Mary and Vuwa Phiri's first grandchild born in December.
  • The wonderful 65th wedding anniversary of Dick and Charlotte Day on December 22 with all their children in Malawi!
  • The love of people in the US, Australia and the UK who make this ministry possible!
  • Three NEW Gogo groups in different stages of beginning, Hillside Church in Julian CA, Shoreline Church in San Clemente and Our Savior's Church in Louisiana and Valley Christian Fellowship in Menifee, CA.
  • The 3,600 bags of maize we were able to purchase and store until the hungry-time distribution to needy gogos December - April.
  • Funds continuing to come in to replace what was spent for maize so we can provide the fertilizer and seed now in December
  • The opportunity we had to have Mary Phiri and Chief Kachindamoto come to the US to visit many of our Gogo groups and churches. The chief has terminated more than 1,650 child unions. She is getting those young girls back in school. Thanks also for the plane ticket provided for the Chief to return home in time for her meetings!
  • The funds that were given for the bore hole (well) and latrines (toilets without toilets) that were needed for the children at Kachindamoto's CBCC (preschool).
  • Our SAFE-Life Youth clubs that are filled with youth growing in Christ and being given hope in many areas of their lives. 
  • The funding for 6 months to hire a director for the SAFE Haven and funds to run the program for the first 6 months while we look for sponsors. 
  • The new projectors, screens, and speakers being use by Lameck and Philip to show the Jesus Film, the Walking with Jesus, and Magdelena films. They are being used in different villages and schools almost every day and many are receiving Jesus as their Savior and Lord. 
  • The Gogo group leaders and prayer leaders in the U.S., U.K., and Australia who bring us together to pray and raise funds in ways that bring hope to the gogos and orphans in Malawi!
  • Our Savior's Church Gogo Group in Louisiana that just met for the first time for prayer last Saturday October 29! 
  • Burke Gogos in Virginia who were given the opportunity to show our short "Love In Action" video in all 3 Sunday services and the harvest God brought for the Joseph Project.
  • The safe return of Cathy Cheonga, one of our SAFE staff, who found and visited her mother's family in Zimbabwe. She and her twin brother were kidnapped at 8 months old -- over 48 years ago! She got to meet her grandmother who was still alive and had never stopped praying for her!
  • For the successful writing of the monthly, Bible themed curriculum needed for our preschools, and the very successful training Shari Yamamoto and Carol Lloyd provided for 48 caregivers and their village coordinators.
  • The 60 women faculty and faculty wives, young women graduates, and influential women in Zomba who attended our tea at Chancellor College to hear Patricia Niednagel share about Jesus and His encounter with the Samaritan woman -- and how to know Jesus as their Savior. 
  • The 30 women chiefs who spent a whole day being taught the Word of God by Patricia Niednagel and our staff. Many had muslim backgrounds and they also heard testimonies of chiefs who had been forgiven by Jesus and saved!
  • A new 4 minute video about the Gogos and vulnerable children in Malawi that can be shown in churches.
  • The safe travel and effective ministry of the Shoreline Church mission team who just returned from Malawi!
  • The delivery of over 200 headscarves made by women in Arizona and California for the gogos to keep their heads warm.
  • The home that has been provided as new office space for SAFE in Zomba. Thanking God for the location, room to grow, and storage for materials for the staff.
  • Jr. Gogos who sewed with grandmothers to make 285, felt Wordless Books for our sponsored preschools to share the Gospel story with colors -- and for the Gogo Group that printed and laminated the teacher's Wordless Books!
  • Thowolo Village's CBCC to be finished in time for the Shoreline team coming to dedicate it and do training with the caregivers in July. 
  • The Clinic in the village of Chipayika that is almost finished for the people who had no medical service.
  • The 56 caregivers (pre-school teachers) in our Community Bases Childcare Centers (preschools) who Mary and Brenda trained in Zomba April 4-15. The villages trained this time were the 3 Kawiyas (Tikondane, Tadziwana and Chiyambi), Makungula, Simiyoni, Kondanani, Mwaiwandigwela, Lake Chilwa Mposa, and Kachere.
  • All the lives have been saved physically and spiritually in the last 5 months!
  • The Gogo group leaders in the U.S., U.K., and Australia who work hard to inspire us and show us how to engage and bring hope to the gogos and orphans in so many creative ways!
  • Mangani Katundu, PhD. who will be able to work with SAFE during his sabbatical beginning in Sept. 2016. His MA is in Nutrition and PhD in Food Product Development for developing countries. 
  • The generosity of gogos who shared the little maize they had been given with other neighbors in need
  • Lameck's healing from Malaria and a severe abdominal blockage.
  • The opportunity we had to purchase 2 projectors and Jesus films in other languages for showing them in the villages and schools
  • Mr. Francis Kathamalo who is providing new creative oversight to Mwaiwandigwela's CBCC year after the director died and left a great need to be filled. 
  • The 2 projectors and screens, to show the Jesus Film and the Walking with Jesus films arrived safely in Malawi! They worked perfectly and saved the day when the old projector system failed right before a showing in Thowolo village with the mission team!
  • Lameck Kananji who is showing the Jesus film in villages with a 5 part follow-up called, Walking with Jesus. And for the hundreds of people who are making decisions to follow Jesus. Also, thanking the Lord for Philip who shows TJF in the local schools to hundreds of students.
  • For the very successful surgeries for two of our Gogo group leaders!!! Suzi Hamilton who had a hip replacement and Penny Stastny, who had some delicate neck surgery.
  • HUGE congratulations to the Gogo Maw Maws who are completing their bike ride across the US to raise awareness about the needs of the gogos and children in Malawi. 
  • The youth who lead their SAFE-Youth club programs in our sponsored villages. 
  • For the 900 bags of maize we were able to buy and distribute in April for the gogos in need in our sponsored villages.
  • The provision of funds...over $31,000, for the fertilizer and seed for 2,098 gogos plus child-headed households and caregivers. It was delivered the  week before Christmas bringing the message of Christ's love.
  • The 56 caregivers (pre-school teachers) in our Community Bases Childcare Centers (preschools) who Mary and Brenda trained in Zomba April 4-15. The villages trained this time were the 3 Kawiyas (Tikondane, Tadziwana and Chiyambi), Makungula, Simiyoni, Kondanani, Mwaiwandigwela, Lake Chilwa Mposa, and Kachere.
  • The rebuilding of the 37 gogos and caregivers homes that were destroyed in the cyclone.
  • Mary Phiri and Brenda Sanama's very successful two week caregiver (teacher) training in Kachindamoto for the Community Based Childcare Centers. Good spiritual and practical learning for teaching the 600 preschoolers in Kachindamoto in the coming years.
  • The Clinic in the village of Chipayika that is almost finished for the people who had no medical service.
  • Jacque Entzminger who has taken over the Gogo Grandmothers Treasurer's job. Also, for Lyn, another wonderful volunteer that has come along side Jacque!
  • The 15 minute film telling the Gogo story that has been completed and 3 more short films are almost done. We are thanking the Lord for Sarah and Drew and their long days of hard work that made this possible!
  • The gogos who brought their maize to the preschools even though their harvest was poor. Most of the CBCCs have maize supplied by this widow's mite.
  • The wheel chairs that Charlotte had made at the prison in Zomba to exactly fit the disabled children in a mother/gogo group formed to help these children. Twin girls from UK, working on their PhDs in Zomba, had a fun run 10k to raise these funds.
  • The completion of the large Kachindamoto Community Based Childcare Center and for all who helped here and in Malawi to provide this wonderful building for the children.
  • The provision of Mariners Church for our 2015 Gogo Retreat Oct.17 celebrating Gogo Grandmothers 10th year anniversary. 
  • The four new board members who will help govern and serve the SAFE and Gogo ministries.
  • The funds that were given to rebuild the gogos and caregivers homes destroyed in the cyclone that is  enabling all the homes to be rebuilt in collaboration with village help.
  • The successful recording of children's songs by Songs For Saplings, in Chichewa, at Global Recording Network onto the Sabor digital players for our CBCCs.
  • The life and gift of Bobbie Johnson who went to be with the Lord August 30. Bobbie was our Gogo Grandmothers' Treasurer who volunteered thousands of hours to make sure our books and donors were carefully handled.         
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