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Save the Children Terms of Reference

Disability Mainstreaming Project Final Evaluation
1. Context

Turkana County with a population of 1,011,235 in 2014 is one of Kenya’s Arid and Semi-Arid Land (ASAL) counties situated in the northwest part of Kenya. The county’s livelihood zones are pastoralism (62%), agro-pastoralism (14%), fishing (8%), urban/peri-urban (16%) 
{County livestock development plan for Turkana, West Pokot, Samburu and Baringo 2013-2017}.
 
Agro-pastoralists are found mostly along rivers Turkwel and Kerio, while formal employments/casual waged are found in towns mainly Lokichoggio, Kakuma and Lodwar. 

Turkana is a drought prone area that experiences frequent, successive and prolonged spells of drought and malnutrition rates in the county are among the highest in the country.
Traditional unsound beliefs have greatly impacted negatively on health seeking behavior of the people: most hold beliefs that disability is caused by evil spirits or curse from the gods. 

Children and adults with disability are enclosed in their homes and thus prone to missed opportunities such as schooling and health due to social stigma against people living with disability. 

Many people living with disabilities in Kenya in general and in Turkana County in particular live in poverty and have limited opportunities to access education, health, suitable housing and employment opportunities {Inclusion of People with Disabilities in Kenya Fact Sheet, 2009}.

In addition, conflicts and insecurity has led to needless loss of lives, displacement of households, and loss of livelihoods, trauma and physical disabilities.

The project to be evaluated is a disability mainstreaming project that started in January 2014 and that is a continuation of similar projects that have been implemented in Turkana County since May 2012 with funding from Christian Blind Mission (CBM). 

This project that aimed at improving the lives of people living with disabilities in Turkana County, Kenya, by leveraging on Save the Children on going health and nutrition projects is coming to an end on February 28 2015.

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to improvements in the quality of life of people with disabilities in Turkana County while the specific objective is to ultimately increase access of people with disabilities to interventions that can improve their quality of life by:
  1. Sub-objective 1: Prevention of physical impairments arising from avoidable and vaccine preventable childhood diseases, through facilitation of health education, nutrition and immunization programs.
  2. Sub-objective 2: Provision of direct support and referral services to children living with disabilities.
  3. Sub-objective 3: Developing awareness among health care providers within the project areas on the unique needs of PWDs and how to effectively address these needs.
  4. Sub-objective 4: Increasing the capacity of the MOH and DPOs to address the needs of people with disabilities
  5. Sub-objective 5: Increasing awareness levels on disability issues aimed at creating an inclusive society.
  6. Sub-objective 6: DPOs are engaged in disability-specific initiatives that build their resilience and reduce vulnerability of PWDs                                                                     
  7. Sub-objective 7: Establishing and promoting child friendly environments for children living with disabilities in schools and health facilities
2. Scope of the evaluation

The evaluation will cover Save the Children interventions in the disability mainstreaming project in in four sub-counties of Turkana County.  

The specific project sites within Turkana to be covered during the field phase of this evaluation will be proposed and selected during the planning meetings with the consultant but a sample of key sites from the 4 sub-counties where the project was implemented will be selected.  

The selection criteria will be agreed upon with the field teams.

3. Purpose of the evaluation

The primary purpose of this evaluation is to analyze the results obtained by the project compared to the goal and purpose that were defined for it and assess the relevance, impact, sustainability, effectiveness and efficiency of the project that will be important for informing future similar interventions in Turkana County. 

The results of the study will facilitate decision making regarding improvements to be made in future actions and to establish lessons learnt to be shared with partners and health authorities.

4. Outputs


The outputs of the evaluation are:
  • A completed report in hard and soft copies
  • Providing feedback/debrief to the project team at Turkana office once the exercise is completed at the field level.
  • Meeting with country management team prior to drafting the evaluation report to discuss preliminary findings and recommendations;
5. Key questions for the evaluation

5.1. Specific Questions for the Evaluation
  • To what extent has the project addressed the needs of people with disabilities (PWDs), disabled people organizations (DPOs)
  • What is the level of mainstreaming of the project and linkages with other programmes implemented by Save the Children in supported health facilities in Save the Children operation area?
  • What is the level of sustainability for the project results? What is the capacity of health facilities to incorporate support to people with disabilities into their routine work? What linkages have been created and / or exploited by the project to sustainably address disability and rehabilitation needs among the target communities?
  • What lessons have been learnt through the implementation of the project?
  • What challenges were met during the implementation for the project and how did the project adapt? The consultant shall also be required to give recommendation of addressing the challenges.
5.2.  Core Evaluation Content 

In addition to the evaluation questions above, the following aspects will also be assessed:
 
A. Output to Purpose review (OPR)
 
A review of the reported and observed outputs of the project against the planned and stated purpose to assess the efficiency and effectiveness with which Save the Children has implemented project activities

B. Assessment against OECD-DAC criteria
 
An analysis of the project against the following OECD-DAC evaluation criteria will be necessary:
  • Relevance / Appropriateness
  • Connectedness of interventions
  • Coherence of the project and its components
  • Coverage both in beneficiary numbers, technical aspects and geographically
  • Efficiency of programme operations
  • Effectiveness of interventions
  • Impact (intended and unintended)
Refer to the ALNAP’s guide for humanitarian agencies ‘Evaluating humanitarian action using the OECD-DAC criteria’

C. Assessment against agreed standards and policies (internal and external)
  • CBM inclusion made easy
  • Save the Children Kenya Country Strategic framework
D. Assessment of cross-cutting themes
  • Participation of primary stakeholders/beneficiaries
  • Beneficiary accountability and feedback
  • Gender equality
  • Protection and child rights
  • People in Aid standards
6. Methodology

Save the Children and the selected consultant shall refine and agree on the tools, techniques, selection of project sites and approaches that this evaluation will use but primarily they will include the following:
  • Consultative meetings with staff, management and key stakeholders
  • key informant Interviews
  • Focus group Discussions especially with beneficiaries and community stakeholders
  • Documents/literature review
  • Data/Records review and analysis
  • Unless otherwise stated or because of mitigating circumstances (security), the evaluation will be conducted with participation of all relevant stakeholders enabling the evaluation purpose to be communicated in an accessible way assuring the communication of the reporting and follow-up protocol.
7. Report

The Evaluation will be reported in a format with clear recommendations and action points highlighted and at the minimum it should include the following sections:
  • Cover page
  • Table of contents
  • List of key terms and acronyms
  • Executive Summary
  • Context
  • Findings
  • Conclusions and Recommendations
  • Annexed ToR
  • Annexed Costs and Effectiveness Analysis data
  • Annexed Recommendation Action Plan
  • Annexed List of People Consulted
8. Profile of the Consultant
  • The consultant should preferably be a holder of a post graduate degree in public health, sociology, anthropology and/or related discipline.
  • A reputable consultant with documented experience implementing disability mainstreaming projects in developing countries is not a requirement but can be an asset
  • Strong analytical and report writing skills
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Knowledge/understanding of the national (Kenya) and local (Turkana) context
  • Knowledge of Christian Blind Mission [CBM] regulations/policies (preferable)
  • Ability to undertake extensive travelling and work with minimum supervision
  • Ability to work in an area with harsh climatic conditions and of varying security levels
9. Time Frame
 
The evaluation exercise will take a maximum of 15 days to complete and time frames for activities will be based on mutual agreement following discussions and negotiations between Save the Children and the consultant. 

Key Reference Documents
  1. ALNAP Guide for evaluation
  2. Project Documents (Proposal; Workplan, Budget; etc.)
  3. Project Reports (Quarterly reports, biannual report, field trip reports, project progress review meetings reports,  Rapid assessment reports, Monthly updates, reports; Financial Reports)
  4. People in Aid standards
  5. Save the Children Kenya Country Strategy
  6. CBM inclusion made easy: A quick program guide for disability development
  7. National Health Strategy
All interested Individuals/firms are requested to express interest following the attached EOI format ONLY (CLICK HERE to download) by email to: Kenya.jobapplications@savethechildren.org with a copy to Abraham.afeworki@savethechildren.org by 16th February 2015. 

Save the Children Terms of Reference

Evaluation of project: “Support to non-state actors and local authorities in Turkana County to deliver quality reproductive health and nutrition services”

1. Organisation Background 
 
Save the Children has been operational in Kenya since the 1950s, providing support to children through developmental and humanitarian relief programmes delivered both directly and through local partners. 

Current programming focuses on child protection, child rights governance, education, health, HIV/AIDS, livelihoods, nutrition and WASH. 

In 2012, as part of a global reorganization process, Save the Children combined the programmes of SC UK, SC Canada and SC Finland to create a single operation in Kenya. 

In Feb 2014, we completed a second transition, which saw us join forces with the British INGO, Merlin, and merge their health and nutrition programmes with our own. 

Save the Children now has an operational presence in Bungoma, Dadaab Refugee Camp, Garissa, Mandera, Nairobi, Turkana and Wajir and we work through partners in many other parts of the country.

2. Context
 
Turkana County with a population of 1,011,235 in 2014 is one of Kenya’s Arid and Semi-Arid Land (ASAL) counties situated in the northwest part of Kenya. 

The county’s livelihood zones are pastoralism (62%), agro-pastoralism (14%), fishing (8%), urban/peri-urban (16%) {County livestock development plan for Turkana, West Pokot, Samburu and Baringo 2013-2017}.
 
Agro-pastoralists are found mostly along rivers Turkwel and Kerio, while formal employments/casual waged are found in towns mainly Lokichoggio, Kakuma and Lodwar. 

Turkana is a drought prone area that experiences frequent, successive and prolonged spells of drought and malnutrition rates in the county are among the highest in the country. 

Essential health services are inadequate not only because many pastoralist families in Turkana County are scattered across vast distances, but also because the County suffers from chronic under-investment and lack of proper infrastructure.

3. Background
 
Since March 2013, Save the Children has been implementing a EC funded MNCH, nutrition and family planning project in partnership with national NGOs targeting pastoral women of child bearing age, children under five years and neonates as final beneficiaries. 

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to improved  maternal and child health status through strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations and Ministry of Health to provide integrated health services to marginalized communities of Turkana County whilst facilitating interaction and collaboration with local health authorities with the aim of attaining MDG4 and MDG 5 targets. 

The specific objective of the project is to support civil society organisations (CSOs) and local health authorities in increasing access to and enhancing coverage of quality maternal, neonatal and child health (MNCH), nutrition and family planning services in four sub-counties of Turkana County of Kenya. Project partners are the Turkana County Ministry of Health, African Inland Church (AIC), Pentecostal Assembly of God (PAG), Reformed Church of East Africa (RCEA) and Turkana Pastoralist Development Organization (TUPADO). 

The Diocese of Lodwar (DOL) is also implementing the project as an associate.

The expected results from the project are:
  1. Improved access to maternal, neonatal and child health care services
  2. Enhanced nutritional status of mothers, newborns and under five children
  3. Improved uptake of modern family planning methods
  4. Improved capacity of Turkana district health-care delivery system
4. Purpose of the evaluation

The primary purpose of this evaluation is to analyze the results obtained by the project compared to the goal and purpose that were defined for it and assess the relevance, impact, sustainability, effectiveness and efficiency of the project that will be important for informing future similar interventions in Turkana County. 

The results of the evaluation will facilitate decision making regarding improvements to be made in future actions and to establish lessons learnt to be shared with partners and health authorities.

6. Scope of work
  1. Verbal briefing with Save the Children Country office Technical Staff to discuss background and key issues for the evaluation.
  2. Background desk review of all relevant project documents including, and not limited to, the project proposal, baseline survey report, monitoring and evaluation plans, project log frames, work plans, budget, progress monitoring reports and financial reports.
  3. Develop a detailed evaluation inception report that should present the approach, methodology, detailed planning and logistics support requirements and data collection tools to be used. The inception report should be developed within 3 days after the meeting with the Country Office Technical staff.
  4. Hold a briefing meeting with the field office technical and implementation staff.
  5. Undertake field work exercise at the project sites in Turkana County.
  6. Prepare and share draft report based on the field work findings.
  7. Present 3 copies of the final report and a soft copy within 5 days of receipt of comments.
  8. Consultant will further be expected to prepare a PowerPoint presentation of the final report highlighting the findings and using a template that will be provided by Save the Children.
  9. The final report should not exceed 30 pages, excluding annexes, and should conform to the following format; Executive Summary (including main findings and recommendations), Introduction, Methodology, Results/Findings presented per each project result area and evaluation objectives set out in a results matrix against each indicator, conclusions and recommendations, annexes (including data collection tools, list of evaluation team, target group interviewed and consulted and reference to the documents reviewed
  10. Submit all data sets including transcribed qualitative data/information
4. Deliverables for the call for proposals for the consultancy
  1. A technical proposal outlining the methodology with mention of the data collection tools and approaches to be used for the evaluation. The technical proposal should also include a detailed implementing plan outlining key timelines within a 16 day period.
  2. Financial proposal (which should only include the fees payable (in Kenya Shillings) to the consultant(s) as all other fees (travel and accommodation) related to the evaluation will be taken care of by Save the Children within its policy guidelines. 
Save the Children shall provide resources required including identification and remuneration of the research assistants for the data collection and data entry.

5. Core Evaluation Content 
 
The evaluation will assess the following aspects:
 
A. Output to Purpose review (OPR)
 
A review of the reported and observed outputs of the project against the planned and stated purpose to assess the efficiency and effectiveness with which Save the Children has implemented project activities

B. Assessment against OECD-DAC criteria
 
An analysis of the project against the following OECD-DAC evaluation criteria will be necessary:
  • Relevance / Appropriateness
  • Connectedness of interventions
  • Coherence of the project and its components
  • Coverage both in beneficiary numbers, technical aspects and geographically
  • Efficiency of programme operations
  • Effectiveness of interventions
  • Impact (intended and unintended)
Refer to the ALNAP’s guide for humanitarian agencies ‘Evaluating humanitarian action using the OECD-DAC criteria’
 
C. Assessment against agreed standards and policies (internal and external)
  • IMCI/safe motherhood  strategies and guidelines
  • MOH/WHO/UNICEF  protocols/guidelines
  • Save the Children Kenya Country Strategic framework
D. Assessment of cross-cutting themes
  • Participation of primary stakeholders/beneficiaries
  • Beneficiary accountability and feedback
  • Gender equality
  • Protection and child rights
  • People in Aid standards
6. Qualification and Experience

The consultant(s) will be expected to be specialized in evaluating or implementing Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) programmes, through the community health strategy. 

The consultant(s) will have the primary responsibility for conducting the evaluation and writing of the evaluation report.  

Specifically, the consultant will possess:
  1. Advanced university degree in public health/ health systems management or related health field.
  2. At least 10 years’ experience in the area of maternal, newborn and child health and public health.
  3. Sound knowledge and experience working in the counties of Northern Kenya, and familiarity with their health systems.
  4. Be well informed in gender and rights based programming in the development sector.
  5. Demonstrated knowledge of project evaluations and possess strong research skills.
  6. Experience in the formulation, monitoring and evaluation of MNCH projects.
  7. A demonstrated high level of professionalism and ability to work within tight deadlines.
  8. Strong interpersonal and communication skills
  9. Excellent spoken and written English.
  10. Good computing skills.
Prior experience with Save the Children health programming in the counties of northern Kenya will be an advantage.

7. Intellectual property rights  

All products developed under this consultancy belong to the project exclusively, guided by the rules of the grant contract between EU and Save the Children. 

Under no circumstances will the consultant use the information of this evaluation for publication or dissemination without official prior permission (in writing) from Save the Children.

8. Submission of Proposals
 
All interested Individuals/firms are requested to express interest following the attached EOI format ONLY (CLICK HERE to download) by email to: Kenya.jobapplications@savethechildren.org with a copy to abraham.afeworki@savethechildren.org by 16th February 2015. 

Please indicate ‘EC RH Project End Evaluation’ on the subject line.

9. Evaluation and award of consultancy  

Save the Children will evaluate the proposals and award the assignment based on technical and financial feasibility criteria guided by this ToRs. 

Save the Children reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal received without giving reasons and is not bound to accept the lowest, the highest or any bidder. 

The consultancy is subject to Save the Children policies.

Save the Children Terms of Reference

Role: 
Production of Testimonial Documentary on Persons with Disability 

Duration: 13 days

Venue: Turkana Central, Turkana North, Turkana South and Loima sub counties of Turkana County

a) Organizational Background
 
Save the Children is the world’s leading independent organization for children, fighting to improve the lives of Children in 120 countries around the World. Together with children we are helping to build a better world for present and future generations by making a reality of children’s rights.

Save the Children has been operational in Kenya since the 1950s, providing support to children through developmental and humanitarian relief programmes delivered both directly and through local partners.

Current programming focuses on child protection, child rights governance, education, health, HIV/AIDS, livelihoods, nutrition and WASH. 
 
In 2012, as part of a global reorganization process, Save the Children combined the programmes of Save the Children UK, Save the Children Canada and Save the Children Finland to create a single operation in Kenya.

In Feb 2014, we completed a second transition, which saw us join forces with the British INGO, Merlin, and merge their health and nutrition programmes with our own. 

Save the Children now has an operational presence in Bungoma, Dadaab Refugee Camp,  Garissa,  Mandera, Turkana  and  Wajir  and  we  work  through  partners  in  many  other  parts of  the  country.  

We  employ  more  than  300  staff  and  have  an  operating  annual  budget  in  2014  of approximately US$25 Million.

b) Area Background

Turkana County with a population of 1,011,235 in 2014 is one of Kenya’s Arid and Semi-Arid Land (ASAL) counties situated in the northwest part of Kenya. The county’s livelihood zones are pastoralism (62%), agro-pastoralism (14%), fishing (8%), urban/peri-urban (16%).

Agro-pastoralists are found mostly along rivers Turkwel and Kerio, while formal employments/casual waged are found in towns mainly Lokichogio, Kakuma and Lodwar. 

Turkana is a drought prone area that experiences frequent, successive and prolonged spells of drought and malnutrition rates in the county are among the highest in the country.
 
Traditional unsound beliefs have greatly impacted negatively on health seeking behavior of the people: most hold beliefs that disability is caused by evil spirits or curse from the gods. 

Children and adults with disability are enclosed in their homes and thus prone to missed opportunities such as schooling and health due to social stigma against people living with disability. 

Many people living with disabilities in Kenya in general and in Turkana County in particular live in poverty and have limited opportunities to access education, health, suitable housing and employment opportunities. 

In addition, conflicts and insecurity has led to needless loss of lives, displacement of households, and loss of livelihoods, trauma and physical disabilities.

c) Project Background

The project to be documented is a disability mainstreaming project that started in January 2014 and that is a continuation of similar projects that have been implemented in Turkana County since May 2012 with funding from Christian Blind Mission (CBM). 

This project that aimed at improving the lives of people living with disabilities in Turkana County, Kenya, by leveraging on Save the Children on going health and nutrition projects is coming to an end on February 28 2015.

The overall objective of the project is to contribute to improvements in the quality of life of people with disabilities in Turkana County while the specific objective is to ultimately increase access of people with disabilities to interventions that can improve their quality of life by:
  1. Sub-objective 1: Prevention of physical impairments arising from avoidable and vaccine preventable childhood diseases, through facilitation of health education, nutrition and immunization programs.
  2. Sub-objective 2: Provision of direct support and referral services to children living with disabilities.
  3. Sub-objective 3: Developing awareness among health care providers within the project areas on the unique needs of PWDs and how to effectively address these needs.
  4. Sub-objective 4: Increasing the capacity of the MOH and DPOs to address the needs of people with disabilities
  5. Sub-objective 5: Increasing awareness levels on disability issues aimed at creating an inclusive society.
  6. Sub-objective 6: DPOs are engaged in disability-specific initiatives that build their resilience and reduce vulnerability of PWDs                                                                    
  7. Sub-objective 7: Establishing and promoting child friendly environments for children living with disabilities in schools and health facilities
d) Objectives of the consultancy
  1. To tell human interest stories from the disability project with a focus on Persons with Disabilities (PWDs), especially children, whose quality of life has dramatically improved as a result of the project
  2. To highlight the challenges encountered by PWDs in Turkana County
  3. To serve as a live monitoring document to complement existing M&E system of documenting case studies and human interest stories, which is based on words and numbers
  4. To promote the approaches applied by Save the Children on the project.
e) Target Audience
  1. Beneficiaries
  2. Development partners including donors, NGOs and organizations working in the field of disability in general
  3. Other partners/stakeholders such as business communities and government agencies including public service delivery and public administration agencies
  4. Save the Children staff.
f) Scope of work 

a) Tell human interest stories: 
 
Selected human interest stories will be identified and captured, in which the following should be mentioned/answered but not limited to:
  1. A brief background of Turkana’s expanse landscape depicting the harsh environment and the distances involved while seeking for social services.
  2. A beneficiary account of how the project has improved the quality of their life. This will involve filming in the community/household level and can be integrated to capture work at hospital level.
  3. An account from a health worker at Lodwar County and Referral Hospital and John Paul Home for Children with Physical Disabilities on the benefits of the project - Filming at the hospital level and health worker’s views on the social cultural and economic factors which impact on PWDs.
  4. Ministry of Health, Ministry of Social services and Turkana Disability Network views on the benefits of the project
b) Monitoring document: 
 
The documentary should serve as a lively monitoring documentary that:
  1. Captures the different/difficult steps faced by PWDs
  2. Shows the audience how the project brings positive change to PWDs
c) Promote approaches of Save the Children:
 
The documentary should be able to engage the audience through interesting stories and at the same time highlight the approaches applied by Save the Children on this project, making it convincing enough to be an advocacy tool to other stakeholders, either for replication or policy improvement purposes. 

g) Principles
  1. Working in close collaboration with Save the Children, CBM, Ministry of health, and Ministry of Social Services from the planning stage to ensure that messages for and from the documentary are well understood, taken and implemented properly and on the right track.
  2. Liaise with Save the Children staff on all contents in order to ensure accuracy and endorsement.
  3. The documentary has to be based on interviews with major stakeholders on the project implementation: beneficiaries, co-operating partners, and Save the Children.
  4. The documentary will be produced in line with Save the Children’s organizational standards and other Save the Children operational documents
h) Deliverables
  1. Detailed production and post-production schedule for filming process
  2. Draft scripts, including proposed interview questions for the documentary films for comments by Save the Children. 
  3. First cut of the documentary for comments by Save the Children and its implementing partners.
  4. Finalized draft documentary for Save the Children clearance, at most 2 working days from receipt of initial Save the Children comments.
  5. The documentary available in English (with sub-titles for Turkana language) in broadcast quality DVD and in other appropriate formats that enables the documentary to be uploaded to Save the Children and implementing partners’ websites, YouTube, flickers, etc in two (2) working days from receipt of final Save the Children comments and clearance
  6. Provide 20 copies of the documentary on professional labelled and packed DVD. The label design must be approved by Save the Children.
  7. Submit all raw materials collected during the filming for any possible future production initiated by Save the Children
i) Qualifications and competencies required 

The Consultant (individual(s), organization, or a TV production company) should have:
  1. Extensive experience in producing public information video films or TV programs, relating to the social and economic matters.
  2. Experience working with international organizations and/or international donors as well as in working with state institutions, NGOs and local authorities in Kenya
  3. Awareness of the international development programs in Kenya with a focus on disability.
  4. Excellent technical capacities to ensure smooth and high quality production (video production staff, owner of its own video production studio or a documentary proof of an access to a rented video studio, etc.)
  5. Excellent planning and organizational skills
  6. Excellent ability to meet deadlines
j) Tentative schedule and duty station 

The Disability project started on 1st January, 2014 and will end by 28th February 2015. 

The documentary will be produced anytime in the month of February or immediately after the end of the project.  Exact number of field trip for filming should be proposed by the Consultant. 

The project is implemented in Turkana Central, Turkana North, Turkana South and Loima sub-counties in Turkana County. 

These will form the location sites for filming and the consultant should be prepared to stay in remote and harsh environment during the filming of the documentary.

k) Ownership 
 
The edited documentary films as well as all footage filmed for this assignment is the sole property of Save the Children. 

The selected Consultant’s name and logo shall only be acknowledged in the closing credit.

l) Guidelines for submission of proposals

Interested Consultants should submit proposals that include:
  1. A short concept on how you go about to achieve the given multi-objectives in the context of the Disability project
  2. Time for filming and
  3. Financial proposals
All interested Individuals/firms are requested to express interest following the attached EOI format ONLY (CLICK HERE to download) by email to: Kenya.jobapplications@savethechildren.org with a copy to abraham.afeworki@savethechildren.org by 16th February 2015. 


Please indicate ‘Disability Project Documentary Film’ on the subject line.

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