IST-Africa 2019 Conference

Nairobi, Kenya, 08 - 10 May 2019

IST-Africa 2019 Agenda



Updated: 2019-03-11 15:05:01

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Day 1: 08 May 2019

08:00
Registration : Registration
09:00
09:00
Opening Plenary 1a: Opening Plenary
10:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break & Networking
11:00
11:00
Plenary Session 2a: High-Level Roundtable focused on Role of Co-Design and Innovation, Science and Technology in Achieving Sustainable Socio-Economic Development in Africa
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
Roundtable Panelists include:

Dr. Jemimah Onsare, Ag. CEO, National Research Fund, Kenya

Dr Gilbert B. Mugeni, Ag Assistant Director, Innovation & Research, Communications Authority of Kenya

Prof. Meoli Kashorda, Executive Director, Kenya Education Network (KENET)

Dr. Moses Rugutt, Director General, National Commission for Science Technology and Innovation (NACOSTI), Kenya

Dr. Maxwell Otim Onapa, Director Science, Research and Innovation, Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation, Uganda

Boniface Akuku, Director, Information and Communication Technology, Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization

12:30
Lunch : Lunch & Networking
14:00
14:00
Workshop 3a: WS: IST-Africa - Research Capacities and Priorities I
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
IST-Africa Initiative & African Engagement in Horizon 2020
Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Kenya
Jacob Njagih, Ministry of Education, Kenya
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Ethiopia
Miriam Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Burundi
Augustin Nsabiyumva, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Burundi
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Tanzania
Mauridi Abubakari, COSTECH, Tanzania
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Uganda
Loi Namugenyi, Uganda National Council for Science & Technology, Uganda
14:00
Session 3b: eHealth Issues & Application 1
Chair: Mohamed Jmaiel, Ministere de l'Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche Scientifique, Tunisia
mHealth Apps and Services for Maternal Healthcare in Developing Countries
Gloria Iyawa, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
Smart-bot Technology: Conversational Agents Role in Maternal Healthcare Support
Kevin Mugoye, Maseno University, Kenya
Automated Diagnosis and Classification of Cervical Cancer from pap-smear Images
William Wasswa, Mbarara University of Science and Technology, Uganda
14:00
Workshop 3c: WS: Innovation in STEM Education using Technology-enhanced Learning: the GO-GA Experience
Chair: Célia Gavaud, MITO Technology, Italy
Introduction
Célia Gavaud, MITO Technology, Italy
The Go-Lab Ecosystem
Denis Gillet, EPFL, Switzerland
Inquiry Based Learning in the Context of Technology Enhanced Learning and Teacher Training
Rosa Doran, NUCLIO - Núcleo Interativo de Astronomia, Portugal
Ongoing GO-GA Pilots
Fer Coenders, University of Twente, Netherlands
Interim Pilot Results, Kenya
Isaac Kinyanjui, eLimu eLearning Company, Kenya
Interim Pilot Results, Nigeria
Olatunbosun Tijani, Co-creation Hub, Nigeria
Wrap Up & Discussion
Célia Gavaud, MITO Technology, Italy
14:00
Session 3d: Content Technology Applications 1
Chair: Gift Kadzamira, National Commission for Science and Technology, Malawi
DBI : A Model for Drive-By Intelligence
Laurie Butgereit, Nelson Mandela University, South Africa
FileLinker: Simple Peer-to-Peer File Sharing Using Wi-Fi Direct and NFC
Brian Greaves, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
Ontology-driven Open Data Enrichment Framework for Value Optimisation: The Case of National Performance Indicators for Botswana
Oarabile Sebubi, BIUST, Botswana
14:00
Session 3e: eGovernment I
Chair: Njei Check, National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC), Cameroon
Improving capacity for knowledge management in county governments: Perspectives from selected counties in Kenya
Joshua Ndiege, United States International University-Africa, Kenya
An e-Government Assessment Framework for Service Delivery in South Africa’s Municipalities: Rational Choice Theory Approach
Muthoni Masinde, Central University of Technology, South Africa
Analysis of the adoption and use of ICT for e-government services: The case of Mozambique
Domingos Luis Rhongo, Catholic University of Mozambique(FGTI), Mozambique
Adoption of Virtualization by Government Organizations in Kenya
Tabitha Kihara, Moi University, Kenya
15:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break & Networking
16:00
16:00
Workshop 4a: WS: IST-Africa - Research Capacities and Priorities II
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Cameroon
Njei Check, National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC), Cameroon
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Egypt
Haitham Hamza, ITIDA, Egypt
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Senegal
Toumane Doumbouya, Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche, Senegal
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Tunisia
Mohamed Jmaiel, Ministere de l'Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche Scientifique, Tunisia
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Lesotho
Lieketseng Tjokotsi, Department of Science and Technology, Lesotho
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Namibia
Ebenhezer Kauhonina, National Commission on Research,Science and Technology, Namibia
16:00
Session 4b: eHealth Applications & Case Studies 2
Chair: Augusto Nunes, INTIC, Mozambique
Re-visiting National eHealth Strategies in the IoT and Big Data Era
Anthony Maina, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya
Developing a Mobile Application to Simulate Surgeries without the Use of a Cadaver
Suama Hamunyela, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
Standards for Sensor Technologies that Support Mobile Patient Health Monitoring in Resource Constrained Settings
Andrew Alunyu Egwar, BUSITEMA UNIVERSITY, Uganda
IoT based Appliances Identification Techniques with Fog Computing for e-Health
Amleset Kelati, Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden
16:00
Session 4c: Technology-enhanced Learning I
Chair: Lefa Thamae, Department of Science and Technology, Lesotho
A Learner Model for Adaptive e-Leaning Based on Learning Theories
Selina atwani Ochukut, University of Nairobi, Kenya
Contributions and Shortcomings of Classical Learning Theories as Applied to E-Learning: A Literature Review
Rachael Kibuku , KCA University , Kenya
Perceptions on Using E-learning in Preserving Knowledge on Namibia's Indigenous Medicinal Plants
Katazo Amunkete, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
16:00
Session 4d: Content Technology Applications 2
Chair: Zacheous Kantchowa, NCST, Malawi
Mobile Technology as an Enabler of Innovation in Kenya’s Micro, Small and Medium Establishments
Eliud Moyi, Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis (KIPPRA), Kenya
An Extensible Framework for Developing Android Image Processing Applications.
Bulelani Gunu, University of Fort Hare, South Africa
A Noticeboard Application Using Context Aware Services: Case of Strathmore University, Kenya
Bernard Shibwabo, Strathmore University, Kenya
16:00
Session 4e: eGovernment II
Chair: Joshua Ndiege, United States International University-Africa, Kenya
Empirical Assessment of the Effectiveness of Business Intelligence Tools: Case of Free State Government Departments
Tanki Eusebia Masekoala Moloabi, Central University of Technology, South Africa
Development of Extension Procedures to enhance web based e-Government System with SMS Mobile based Service.
Aklan M. Majaliwa, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Proposed Model for Visual and Intuitive Crime Investigation Based on Associative Rule Mining Technique (VICIBARM): A Case Study of Kenya
Edigar Adero, Technical University of kenya(TUK), Kenya
17:30
End of Parallel Sessions

Day 2: 09 May 2019

09:00
09:00
Workshop 5a: WS: IST-Africa - Research Capacities and Priorities III
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Mozambique
Augusto Nunes, INTIC, Mozambique
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Malawi
Gift Kadzamira, National Commission for Science and Technology, Malawi
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Botswana
Phodiso Potesh Phole, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Botswana
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Eswatini
Lwandle Simelane, Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Swaziland
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in South Africa
Zamokwakhe Dlamini, Department of Science and Technology, South Africa
ICT Initiatives and Research Capacity in Mauritius
Ashwin Seegolam, National Computer Board, Mauritius
09:00
Session 5b: eHealth Applications 3
Chair: Charmayne Hughes, San Francisco State University, United States
Development of an Upper Extremity Stroke Rehabilitation mHealth Application for sub-Saharan Africa: A Usability Study
Charmayne Hughes, San Francisco State University, United States
Enabling Semantic Interoperability of Crowdsourced Disease Surveillance Data for Namibia through a Health-Standards-Based Approach
Nikodemus Angula, Durban University of Technology, South Africa
Application of Data Visualization for Improved Health Care Insurance Management using QlikView
Mwirigi Kiula, JKUAT, Kenya
eHealth in Hospital Information Management
Mateus Padoca Calado, Universidade Agostinho Neto, Angola
09:00
Session 5c: Technology Enhanced Learning Issues 2
Chair: Lieketseng Tjokotsi, Department of Science and Technology, Lesotho
A Generic Framework for eLearning adoption
Zebiba Abegaz, Wollo University, Ethiopia
A Gamification Model for eLearning Platforms
Samuel Kamunya, South eastern University , Kenya
A Review of Mobile Learning Considerations in Open Distance Learning and Access to Higher Education
Elizaphan Maina, Kenyatta University, Kenya
09:00
Session 5d: Societal Implications of Technology - Innovation
Chair: Mauridi Abubakari, COSTECH, Tanzania
Contextualising Innovation in Africa: Knowledge Modes and Actors in Local Innovation Development
Antero Järvi, University of Turku, Finland
Creation of CERID: Challenge, Education, Research, Innovation, and Deployment “In the Context of Smart MicroGrid”
Masoumeh Ebrahimi, KTH, Sweden
09:00
Session 5e
10:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break & Networking
11:00
11:00
Session 6a: Cyber Security Issues 1
Chair: Haitham Hamza, ITIDA, Egypt
Fostering the Culture of Cyber Security
Alfredo M. Ronchi, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
A Review of Security Techniques against Black hole Attacks in Mobile Ad hoc Networks
Ephantus Gichuki Mwangi, Kirinyaga University, Kenya
Verifying Literal and Conceptual Consistency for Anti-Phishing
Nureni Azeez, North-West University, South Africa
11:00
Workshop 6b: WS: mHealth4frika
Chair: Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
mHealth4Afrika Initiative
Paul Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
mHealth4Afrika System
Miriam Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
Results from mHealth4Afrika pilot sites in Ethiopia
Binyam Tilahun, University of Gondar, Ethiopia
Results from mHealth4Afrika pilot sites in Kenya
Emmanuel Kweyu, Strathmore University, Kenya
Results from mHealth4Afrika pilot sites in Malawi
Chipo Kanjo, University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Malawi
11:00
Session 6c: Technology Enhanced Learning Applications 1
Chair: Lwandle Simelane, Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Swaziland
Glove Based Sign Interpreter for Medical Emergencies
Sheila Mugala, Makerere University, Uganda
WhatsApp as Part of Blended Learning Model to Help Programming Novices
Tlou Ramabu, Tshwane University of Technology, South Africa
CS Challenger: Gamifying the Learning of Computer Science Concepts through a Mobile Application Platform
Collins Oduor Ondiek, United States International University- Africa, Kenya
Cloud Based Tutorial Management System to Enhance Student Participation in Learning
John K. Thuku, Kenyatta University, Kenya
11:00
Session 6d: Societal Implications of Technology
Chair: Ebenhezer Kauhonina, National Commission on Research,Science and Technology, Namibia
Television White Space Opportunities and Challenges: What Next for the Developing Countries?
Moses Ismail, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Performance Monitoring of Mobile Broadband in a Developing Country
Folasade Dahunsi, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
Investigating Software Development Methodologies and Practices in Software Industry in Tanzania
Moses Ismail, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
The Role of Leadership in Building the Foundations for Data Analytics, Visualization and Business Intelligence
Mwirigi Kiula, JKUAT, Kenya
11:00
Session 6e
12:30
Lunch : Lunch & Networking
14:00
14:00
Session 7a: Cyber Security Issues 2
Chair: Njei Check, National Agency for Information and Communication Technologies (ANTIC), Cameroon
The Effect of Africa’s Adoption of the EU Notion of Personal Data: the Case of Examination Results
Alunge Rogers, University of Turin, Italy
Review: Sensitive data leakage through Android Applications in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Workplace
Mamoqenelo Morolong, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
An assessment of BYOD control in Higher Learning Institutions: A Namibian Perspective
Fungai Bhunu Shava, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
The Role of Blockchain in Development
Catrina Sheridan, NAFASI, Ireland
14:00
Workshop 7b: IEEE Humanitarian Activities Committee Participatory Workshop
14:00
Session 7c: Technology Enhanced Learning Applications 2
Chair: Augustin Nsabiyumva, Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, Burundi
Behavior prediction in a Learning Management System
CHARLES OMONDI LWANDE, UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI, Kenya
Towards a Personalized Adaptive Remedial e-Learning Model
George Musumba, University of the Free State, South Africa
A Conceptual Model for Measuring and Supporting Self-Regulated Learning using Educational Data Mining on Learning Management Systems
Eric Araka, Technical University of Kenya, Kenya
Exploring the Adoption of Virtual and Augmented Reality in Enhancing Interactive Learning in Tanzania
Angelina Misso, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
14:00
Session 7d: Societal Implications of Technology - Case Studies
Chair: Toumane Doumbouya, Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche, Senegal
Annotation Framework for Hate Speech Identification in Tweets: Case Study of Tweets during Kenyan Elections
Edward Ombui, Africa Nazarene University, Kenya
Situation Analysis and Technology Value Proposition for Geriatric Care for Philanthropic Social Homes in Kenya.
Njeri Ngaruiya, University of Nairobi, Kenya
Role of Mobile Apps in Absorptive Capabilities of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Nigeria
Adedamola Tolani, University of South Africa, South Africa
A Pilot E-literacy Environmental Scan in the Northern Cape Province of South Africa
Antoinette Lombard, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa
14:00
Session 7e
15:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break & Networking
16:00
16:00
Session 8a: Cyber Security 3
Chair: Mohamed Jmaiel, Ministere de l'Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche Scientifique, Tunisia
Botnet’s Obfuscated C&C Infrastructure Take-down Approaches based on Monitoring Centralized Zeus Bot (ZBot) Variant’s Propagation Model
Likhwa Mlotshwa, University of Pretoria, South Africa
Analysis of BitTorrent P2P network as a strategy for survivability of networks using NS-3
Bongisa Dyosoba, University of Fort Hare, South Africa
Scenario-Based Digital Forensic Investigation of Compromised MySQL Database
Taurai Hungwe, Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University, South Africa
16:00
Workshop 8b: WS: IoT – From idea to reality (WAZIUP/WAZIHUB
Chair: Abdur Rahim, FBK, Italy
WAZIUP cost-effective and open IoT solutions
Abdur Rahim, FBK, Italy
WAZIHUB IoT Innovation Program
Emmanuel Kweyu, Strathmore University, Kenya
WAZIHUB IoT start-ups in iLabs
Margaret Njenga, Strathmore University, Kenya
ACEIoT and WAZIUP collaboration
Santhi Kumaran, University of Rwanda, Rwanda
16:00
Session 8c: Technology Enhanced Learning Case Studies 1
Chair: Madoda Mdziniso, Ministry of Information Communication Technology, Swaziland
MPhil in IT Governance - a postgraduate qualification for all
Rossouw Von Solms, Nelson Mandela university, South Africa
The Role of Technology in Monitoring Inter-institutional Lecturers’ Teaching Workload in Kenya
Evans Ombati, Kabarak University, Kenya
ICT support environment in developing countries: The multiple cases of school teachers in rural South Africa
Samwel Mwapwele, UNISA, South Africa
16:00
Session 8d: ICT & Financial Services
Chair: Amancio Ubisse, INTIC, Mozambique
An Enquiry into Digital Inequality Implications for Central Bank Digital Currency
Thabo J. Gopane, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
IT governance frameworks and their impact on strategic alignment in the South African banking industry
Mpho Raborife, University of Johannesburg, South Africa
The Determinants of Mobile Phone Users’ Intention to Use mobile Phone Money Services: A Qualitative Understanding
Odoyo Collins, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kenya
16:00
Session 8e
17:30
End of Parallel Sessions

Day 3: 10 May 2019

09:00
09:00
Session 9a: eAgriculture
Chair: Phodiso Potesh Phole, Ministry of Transport and Communications, Botswana
Long Range Low Power Sensor Networks for Agricultural Monitoring - A Case Study in Kenya
Jared Makario, Dedan Kimathi University of Technology, Kenya
e-Pest Surveillance: Large Scale Crop Pest Surveillance and Control
Mzee Awuor, Kisii University, Kenya
Design and Implementation of a Smart Bee Hiving & Monitoring System
Santhi Kumaran, University of Rwanda, Rwanda
09:00
Session 9b: Next Generation Computing
Chair: Zamokwakhe Dlamini, Department of Science and Technology, South Africa
Edge Computing for Emerging Markets Addressing African Needs
Mxolisi Mtshali, Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, South Africa
A Novel Integrated Conceptual Smart Cities Framework Leveraging on Open Data towards UN SDGs.
Obwaya Mogire, South Eastern Kenya University, Kenya, Kenya
High performance computing (HPC) in Africa – A status mapping and potential hybridization
Francis Xavier Ochieng, United States International University - Africa, Kenya
Institutional Pressures and Cloud Computing Adoption: The Moderating Effect of Organizational Mindfulness
John Oredo, University of Nairobi, Kenya
09:00
Session 9c: Technology Enhanced Learning Case Studies 2
Chair: Loi Namugenyi, Uganda National Council for Science & Technology, Uganda
The Reality of Library E-resources Acceptance by Postgraduate students of Digital School of virtual and Open Learning, Kenyatta University, Kenya
Michael Maua, Pwani University, Kenya
Use and Acceptance of E-Books among Undergraduate Students
Martin Ujakpa, International University of Management, Namibia
Enabling Quality Education In Namibia Through Mobile Learning Technologies. The High School Teachers’ Perspective
Jude Osakwe, Namibia University of Science and Technology, Namibia
09:00
Session 9d: WS: Nairobi INSPIRE Hackathon 2019 Results
Chair: Bente Bye, Plan4All, Norway
What is the INSPIRE Hackathon
Bente Bye, Plan4All, Norway
The Results from the Nairobi INSPIRE Hackathon 2019

Food Security in Relation to Earth Observation (GEOSS and COPERNICUS Relevance)
Karel Charvat, Club of Ossiach, Austria
Climatic Services for Africa
Karel Jedlička, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Open Land Use for Africa (OLU4Africa)
Karel Charvat, Club of Ossiach, Austria
IoT Technologies for Africa
Michal Kepka, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Agriculture Innovation Hub for Africa
Karel Charvat, Club of Ossiach, Austria
Open Data and Data Sharing in Agri-Food Chains in Africa, Runar Bergheim, Avinet

Smart Points of Interest - Publication of Open Data in Africa as 5-star Linked Open
Miriam Cunningham, IIMC / IST-Africa Institute, Ireland
Citizen Science in Africa to Ground Truth & Exploit Earth Observation data
Otakar Cerba, Plan4all z.s., Czech Republic
Open Transport Map (OTM) Applications for Africa
Daniel Beran, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
Summary/Conclusions
Karel Charvat, Club of Ossiach, Austria
10:30
Coffee Break : Coffee Break & Networking
11:00
11:00
Session 10a: Environmental Sustainability
Chair: Maxwell Otim Onapa, Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation , Uganda
Leveraging Data Analytics for Sustainable Agriculture
Isaac Chann, Oakar Services Ltd , Kenya
The Role of ICT Tools in the Access of Climate Information in Rural Communities
Michaelina Yohannis, University of Nairobi, Kenya
Exploitation of calculated local temperature topography variations - a case study in Kenya
Karel Jedlička, University of West Bohemia, Czech Republic
11:00
Session 10b: Global Development Case Studies
Chair: Chipo Kanjo, University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Malawi
Women and ICT in South Africa: Mental Models on Gender and ICT in Marginalised Communities
Carlynn Pokpas, CoLab for eInclusion and Social Innovation - University of the Western Cape, South Africa
Unravelling Development Capabilities Enhanced by ICT in Informal Micro-finance Settings. Case of Women Village Banks in Blantyre, Malawi.
Martin Bright Msendema, University of Malawi, Malawi
Using Social Media to Support Community Development: A Case Study of E-Inclusion Intermediaries in Underprivileged Communities of South Africa
Natasha Katunga, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
11:00
Session 10c: Technology Enhanced Learning Case Studies 3
Chair: Frederic Bangirinama, Ministere de l’Enseignement Superieur et de la Recherche Scientifique, Burundi
Framework for Technology Enriched Active Class Learning of Physics in Secondary Schools in Kenya
Elijah Okono, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kenya
Effectiveness of using WhatsApp for Grade 12 Learners in Teaching Mathematics in South Africa
Jose Manappattukunnel Lukose, Walter Sisulu University, South Africa
Sports Coaching in Impoverished Communities Through the use of Virtual Reality
Riedwaan Fakier, University of the Western Cape, South Africa
11:00
Session 10d: Technology Enhanced Learning Case Studies 4
Chair: Jacob Njagih, Ministry of Education, Kenya
Adoption of Self-Directed Learning: A Case Study of Kenya Jua Kali Sector
Elizabeth Muli, Technical University of Kenya, Kenya
An Overview of the Eastern Cape eSkills Colab Training and Awareness Programmes
Mnoneleli Nogwina, Eastern Cape eSkills Colab, Walter Sisulu University, South Africa
Modelling TVET College’s as Alternative Centres To Deliver eSkills Training in Rural Communities of Eastern Cape
Ndiyakholwa Ngqulu, NEMISA-Walter Sisulu University, South Africa
12:30
Lunch : Lunch & Networking
13:30
13:30
Closing Plenary 11a: Strategic and Multi-stakeholder Partnerships
Confirmed Participants include:

Dr Katherine Getao, CEO, ICT Authority of Kenya

Megan Bettilyon, Director, Renewable Energy and Special Projects, Global Good, US

Dr. Salome Guchu, Ag. CEO, Kenya National Innovation Agency (KENIA)

Dr Charity Wayua, Senior Manager, IBM Research Africa


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