Facts & Figures


Collaboration with Kagyu Monlam Animal Camp Vets and School Education.

Plastic Recycling & Plastic Block Making

  • India's First 2 Plastic Compression Machines built in Bodhgaya.
  • Plastic Recycling operation started in Bodhgaya, making plastic compressed blocks.
  • 300+ Blocks made using 750kg of Plastic Waste - Phase 1 test.

10 Schools given Environmental Education workshops

  • Development of Eco Clubs in schools.
  • Zero Waste workshops.

Healthy Food Program

  • 558 Trees planted.
  • 2000 Organic Seedlings provided to raise Health & Nutrition awareness.

Outreach Projects

  • Design & Landscape permaculture project, Himalayan Terraced Garden in Nepal.

Indian & International Organisation partnerships forged.



Fundraising & developing the new
Bodhgaya Plastic Recycling & Eco Training Centre.

Letters of Support from

New Projects for local and outreach areas.

  • Public Talks about work with SET….fireflies conference Bangalore
  • Permaculture Design for land at remote Ashram, Himachal Pradesh.

Leadership Training

  • 10 International and 6 Locals Trained with full internationally recognised certification on the 7 Stages of Sustainability and Permaculture Design Course in Bodhgaya.
  • Training for teachers from 12 schools around Bodhgaya on a Creative Learning & Peace Workshop.
  • Zero Waste site management for Kagyu Monlam
    Set up and training, waste water systems development, solution development: enzyme and compost making.



Saraswati Village Project

  • 45,000 Cloth Bags supplied to the Mahabodhi Temple for Buddha robes by the women's sewing enterprise.
  • 80 Local Village Women given Health & Hygiene workshops.

Plastic Pollution Reduction Campaign
and Enviro Education for locals and international visitors during largest Buddhist gatherings, Kagyu Monlam and Nyingma monlam reaching 40,000 visitors to Bodhgaya

1896 Fruit Trees planted in 16 Schools and surrounding villages in Bodhgaya 

Collaboration on the development and implementation of the Waste Water System in Bodhgaya - including grey, black water and constructed wetlands with 6 local water plant species.

Training Leaders

  • 11 International and 8 Local participants trained with full certification and scholarships provided on the Permaculture Design Course.

Environmental Education & Creative Learning

  • 70 BEd Students trained on environmental education at the Magadh University.
  • 42 Teachers from 16 Schools underwent Teacher Training for practical eco solutions.

Outreach Projects

  • 40 Local Students and youths engaged in environmental clean-up in Tashiding, Sikkim.
  • 20 Monks trained on practical compost and waste management in Shechen & Terger monasteries, Nepal.
  • Environmental Education Training for students at Ganyap school, Sikkim.
  • Tree planting & design of the Permaculture Education CentreArk Eden, Hong Kong.  
  • Plastic research & data collation in pearl river delta with scientists from Hong Kong.
  • Research and maintaining waste water systems- collating data



300+ volunteers over 4 days on the streets of Bodh Gaya and Naranjana river area, Village area, Kalachakra Ground.

Clean up activities engaging local , international and monastics of H H Karmapas environmental committee; Khoryug and government support.

16 schools and 36 teachers trained for the Green Schools Teacher Training Program.

Public awareness in collaboration with Nyingma Monlam on Environmental awareness and reducing plastic pollution with Environmental solutions

36,000 INR fund for tree planting from Mingyur Dorje Rinpoche

250+ Students given workshops - Sikkim March.
Engaging communities around Sacred Sites in Tashiding, and Gangyap school .

Plastic Ban in Bodhgaya - April 2011.
Agreed and passed by the Nagar Panchyat committee..

108 Trees Planted in Kalachakra grounds.
Working with Green Bodh Gaya and Bodh Gaya Temple Management Committee.

40+ Women's Groups + 3 schools in villages and communities in Mexico - July.
Video making, making enzyme and water solutions; slow sand filter.

Delivering environmental awareness through Art Science and technology School projects, Cine En La Campo, Baja California Sur, UNESCO links and Zero waste workshops:


  • 70+ Village Women sewing 80,000 cloth bags
  • Zero waste workshops for women, youths and monastics
  • Environmental information table and Youth training



2010 Saraswati Village Project:
  • Health, Hygiene and Nutrition
  • Reducing plastic pollution
  • Reducing domestic carbon emissions

79 Women & 2 villages- sewing project; training opportunities, sustainable income and a product

Training Sessions
Workshops and training sessions for youths and women on:

  • Solar power
  • Sustainability
  • Health, hygiene and nutrition
  • Zero waste
  • Water issues

International Cooperation:

300+ volunteers participated in the winter clean up activities in Bodhgaya at the Kalachakra ground and surrounding area, main market areas, riverside, and main road areas.

Reducing plastic pollution in Bodhgaya.....

52,500 cloth bags made and this many plastic bags reduced from being dumped and polluting the land.

40,000R Start of the Tree planting fund donated to Tergar Monastery and 500 trees planted at the Gaya airport.



120 trees planted involving 2 schools and a monastery

7000+ signatures collected in support for banning plastic in Bodhgaya

11 days Clean up of landfill, involving all of the tractors of Bodhgaya, local government cooperation, providing local employment, 100 of HH Karmapa's monks, and international volunteers. The clean up operation was supported by Administrative Office of HH Gyalwang Karmapa.

The formation of Sacred Earth Trust [SET].

SET & UN Millenium Development Goals

SET Millennium Development Goal written by Rachel Nagin


Sacred Earth Trust (SET) is a charitable trust set up in 2009. Our aim is to support and encourage the sustainable development of Bodhgaya, Bihar, India. Bodhgaya, home to where the Buddha attained enlightenment, is now a site frequented by many international Buddhist pilgrims. In this small city, the international community mixes with the local population, predominantly comprised of Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and Hari Krishnas. The local population sees a huge influx of pilgrims from November to February when the Bihar environment cools off and is far more tolerable. In the time of the Buddha, Bihar was forested and green. Today, much of the forestation is gone and Bihar is increasingly experiencing consecutive drought years. Bodhgaya’s main sources of pollution are locally based and controllable, consisting of non-biodegradable polyethylene products waste (plastic bags, food packaging, etc) and air pollution (rickshaws, cars, and tourist buses). Sacred Earth Trust works to tackle the environmental issues plaguing Bodhgaya with local and international organizations. Our goals are to identify and develop sustainable solutions, empower the local community through knowledge and transference of skills, and to engage the local community in implementing practical solutions to solve Bodhgaya’s ecological problems.


In the short time since our inception, SET has completed and started a number of noteworthy projects embodying many of the Millennium Development Goals. Our projects center around five themes: Waste, Water, Biodiversity, Energy, and Transportation. The projects provide educational programs, employment opportunities, and socially and ecologically just community development. Most of our goals line up with MDG 7 on a local scale, specifically sections A and B on Sustainable Development.


During our first project in Bodhgaya in December 2009, we worked with  youths and community members to clean up the main market’s surrounding areas, the Naranjuna riverside, the Kalachakra ground in the center of town, and surrounding village areas. SET collaborated with Khoryug, the monastic environmental committee, (www.khoryug.com)  as well as 250 local and international volunteers during this project. The recyclable plastics were collected and diverted to recycling stations already set up around the town. We aim to have a functional recycling processing center in the near future.


In January 2010, SET worked to collect 7000 signatures from community members to put a ban on plastic bags. Since the collection of signatures, the Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee has agreed to enforce the ban particularly on the grounds of the Mahabodhi Temple. To help Bodhgaya transition to being Plastic Bag free at retailers, the SET sponsored Women’s Co-operative produces reusable cloth bags made from recycled materials, including paper. As chai is sold and immediately consumed all around Bodhgaya, SET will be embarking on a project to encourage and introduce the use of alternative solutions,  using clay cups to replace the plastic cups currently used. The cooperative provides programs increasing environmental awareness, identifying local issues, and providing training to empower the women to make a substantial (environmental) difference in their community. The women are encouraged to play proactive roles in reducing Bodhgaya’s plastic waste pollution.


Combining the recyclables collection and the women’s enthusiasm, SET developed an employment program. The plastic wrapper waste is cleaned and turned into bags and other handicrafts for sale. This project started with 25 women with 2 donated sewing machines and has grown to 79 women with 12 machines. Orders for these recycled bags have surpassed 50,000 already. This program provides the women a steady job in the formal employment sector. The cooperative surpasses MDG 1A and B, increasing the number of people productively employed in decent jobs, earning at least $3 a day. It also empowers local women (Beyond target 3A), providing educational opportunities (Priority 1) and formal employment (Priorities 3 and 5). In addition, the project seems to have the potential to continuously grow and provide more positions while cleaning up Bodhgaya’s environment (in line with MDG 7A).


Bodhgaya and the state of Bihar, once completely forested, is dealing with increasing year of drought due to the drastic environmental change and global climate change in recent decades. Bodhgaya and the Mahabodhi Temple were declared UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 2002. Part of the plan for Bodhgaya is to create a green belt with indigenous trees and medicinal plants around the city. With UNESCO’s ambitious project in mind and as part of SET’s Climate Change Preparedness Program, SET raised awareness about carbon emissions in both the Buddhist pilgrim community and the Bodhgaya local community. In 2010, SET raised approximately 45,000 Rs (1000 USD) and 1500 indigenous trees to offset nearly 125 tons of carbon. Land near the airport was allocated by local government and Tergar Institute students (part of the Tergar Monastery) and monks have started to reforested the land. HH Karmapa inaugurated the project by planting an Ashok tree on the site. Funds left over from this project will go towards community garden projects, specifically focused on planting indigenous species. This project is just one step to further realize UNESCO’s plan for the area and reach MDG 7B in this area.


Other currently operating eco-awareness projects include hosting Environmental Leadership Training sessions for interested Bodhgaya youths, and running “Green” Certification and Environmental Training programs. The women’s co-operative urban garden provides yet another way to combat hunger and malnutrition (MDGs 1C and 4A) while sustainably developing Bodhgaya (MDG 7AB). The leadership training, though currently only working with a previously formed boys group, develops the skill set of Bodhgaya youth, increasing their ability to be stably and formally employed. This training could also facilitate locally run environmental work (MDG 1B and potentially 7AB). The “Green” Certification and Environmental Training program is a three-pronged effort focusing on schools, hotels, and monasteries. The programs take shape as workshops and activities geared towards the audiences. The topics range from waste management, water conservation, biodiversity, energy use and alternative energies, and, soon, transportation developments. In schools, SET works to raise environmental awareness with the students using a cross-curriculum drawing from science/technology and art (MDG 7AB). SET will be embarking on a Nutrition Education program as well in villages and working with landowners  (MDG 2A).


With hotels, SET works with individual hotels to develop their environmental policies and improve their “eco-friendliness.” We’ve developed a point system for evaluating their practices and standards. We also try to encourage the hotels to advertise their environmental practices, bringing them into the Eco-tourism industry. Monasteries provide a very interesting venue for environmental action. SET collaborates with individual monasteries as well as the monastic environmental committee to further develop a waste management system and practical implementation of other environmental projects (MDG 7AB).


Future projects SET hopes to embark on include a Youth Education and Career Counseling Program, Renewable Energy Production (Solar), Sustainable Human Waste Management, Organic Agriculture Training and Workshops, and expansion of the Climate Change Preparedness Program. The Youth Education and Career Counseling program is to  expand on the Youth Environmental Leadership Training program, providing skill set training and environmental activism training. SET will recruit both boys and girls and develop their computer skills, and community organizing skills (MDG 1B and Beyond 3A). Recently, SET sponsored workshops on Solar Power, Zero waste, Sustainabilty and Community Engagement, Raising Awarenss on plastic pollution for the local Bodhgaya community. SET is looking into the viability of Solar Energy powering villages surrounding Bodhgaya as well as hotels, monasteries, schools, and other businesses in Bodhgaya (MDG 7AB).


The next major project SET would like to implement is an Eco centre, demonstrating sustainable solutions and eco-technologies. SET is collaborating with monasteries and other community organizations to develop a plan for reducing and managing waste water and other human waste in the area. Not only will this project help to sustainably develop the city (MDG 7AB), it will also provide a system to manage water and sanitation (MDG 7C). Raising awareness and improving sewage system in Bodhgaya will reduce the spread of typhoid and other diseases (MDGs 4A, 6C, and 7C). Eliminating and cleaning the standing water pools in surrounding villages will reduce the spread of malaria, in addition to making Bodhgaya more livable (MDGs 4A, 6C, and 7C).


Organic Agriculture and Climate Change Preparedness (CCP) are two of SET’s longterm efforts. SET will be sponsoring workshops on the benefits of and conversion to organic agriculture to area farmers. Transitioning to organic agriculture has been proven time and time again to pull farmers out of the cycle of debt related to high-input, energy intensive chemical agriculture (MDG 1A). In addition, SET will be setting up an organic seed bank, to help preserve indigenous farming knowledge and species (MDG 7A and, most dramatically, B). As part of CCP program, SET wants to help make Bodhgaya food secure by enhancing the local economy and encouraging farmers to sell their biodiverse products to the local community. This will help increase farmer/producer incomes and lowering food prices for consumers (by eliminating the middle men). It will also reduce the food economy’s carbon emission impact by keeping it local. Having locally available foods and higher incomes/lower food prices will help reduce hunger, especially among Bodhgaya children (MDGs 1C and 4A). SET wants to also expand the CCP program to include a wide scale rainwater-harvesting project to reduce the effect of the drought in Bihar on Bodhgaya.



SET Project

Corresponding MDG

Women’s Co-operative

-  Recycled Materials Products

-  Urban Organic Garden

1A. Income Poverty

1B. Decent Work for All

1C. Hunger

Beyond 3A. Other Rights of women and girls

4A. Reduce Child Mortality

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

Trash Collection and Recycling Program

-  Sites around Bodhgaya

-  Future Recycling Processing Center

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

Youth Education & Career Counseling Program

1B. Decent Work for All

Beyond 3A. Other Rights of women and girls

Youth Environmental Leadership Training

1B. Decent Work for All


Renewable Energy Production (Solar)

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

Organic Agriculture Training and Workshops

-  Seed Bank

-  Community Gardens

-  Area Farmers

1A. Income Poverty

1C. Hunger

4A. Reduce Child Mortality

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

“Green” Certification and Environmental Training for hotels, schools, and monasteries

- Nutritional Education program in schools

2A Primary Schooling

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

4A. Reduce Child Mortality

6C. Malaria, other diseases and the right to health

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

7C. Water and Sanitation

Climate Change Preparedness Program

-  Rainwater Collection

-  Tree Planting Campaign (community land owners and public space)

-  Organic and Local Food Economy support

7A. and B. Sustainable Development

7C. Water and Sanitation

Ban on Disposable Plastics

-  Plastic Bag Replacement Program (Reusable Cloth Bag)

-  Plastic Cup Replacement Program (Clay Chai Cups)

7A. and B. Sustainable Development


UNESCO World Heritage Site Advocation

-  Will help plant Green Belt w/Indigenous trees, fruits, and medicinal plants  like in Climate Change Preparedness Program (Tree Planting Campaign).

7A. and B. Sustainable Development



Millenium Development Goal

Corresponding SET Program

1. Eradicating Extreme Poverty and Hunger

1A. Income Poverty

-  Women’s Recycled Materials Production Project

-  Organic Agriculture: Training and Transition

1B. Decent Work for All

-  Youth Education and Career Counseling

-  Youth Environmental Leadership Training

-  Women’s Recycled Materials Production Project

1C. Hunger

-  Women’s Co-operative Urban Garden

-  Organic Agriculture: Community Gardens and Seed Bank

-  “Green” Ceritfication and Environmental Training Programs: Nutritional Education Program in Schools

-  Climate Change Preparedness Program: Rainwater Collection

2. Achieve Universal Primary Education

2A. Primary Schooling

-  “Green” Ceritfication and Environmental Training Programs: Nutritional Education Program in Schools

3. Promote Gender Equality and Empower Women

3A. Girl’s Education


Beyond 3A: Other Rights of Women and Girls (Priorities 1, 3, and 5)

-  Priority 1: Youth Education & Career Counseling Program

-  Priorities 3 and 5: Women’s Co-operative

4. Reduce Child Mortality

4A. Infant Mortality and Children’s Rights

-  Organic Agriculture: Community Gardens and Seed Bank

-  Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

5. Improve Maternal Health

5A. Reduce Maternal Mortality Ratio


5B. Reproductive Health


6. Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria, and Other Diseases

6A-B. Halt and Reverse HIV/AIDS


6C. Malaria, Other Diseases and the Right to Health

-  Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

7. Ensure Environmental Sustainability

7A-B. Sustainable Development

7A. Sustainable Development and Reverse Loss of Environmental Resources

-  Women’s Co-operative (Recycled Materials Products, and Urban Organic Garden)

-  Trash Collection and Recycling Program

-  Renewable Energy Production (Solar)

-  Organic Agriculture Training and Workshops

-  “Green” Certification and Environmental Training for hotels, schools, and monasteries

-  Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

-  Climate Change Preparedness Program

-  Ban on DisposabPlastics

-  UNESCO World Heritage Site Advocation

7B. Reduce Biodiversity Loss

-  Women’s Co-operative (Recycled Materials Products, and Urban Organic Garden)

-  Trash Collection and Recycling Program

-  Renewable Energy Production (Solar)

-  Organic Agriculture Training and Workshops

-  “Green” Certification and Environmental Training for hotels, schools, and monasteries

-  Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

-  Climate Change Preparedness Program

-  Ban on Plastics

-  UNESCO World Heritage Site Advocation

7C. Water and Sanitation

-  Sustainable (Human) Waste Management

-  Climate Change Preparedness Program

7D. Slum Upgrading and the Right to Housing


8.  Develop a Global Partnership For Development



8F. New Technologies and Human Rights

-  Youth Education & Career Counseling Program



Sacred Earth Trust is proud to work in partnership and collaboration with many great organisations. We couldn't do our work without their help and we are very grateful for their support.




Partnership for developing plastic up-cycling and eco-learning centre in Bodhgaya.






Foundation for Gaia, UK

The Foundation for Gaia supported SET through its initial stages of set-up, mainly through research and networking.

Public Event: Spirituality and the Environment, Geneva Buddhism Conference Center, Switzerland

During 11th Session of the Human Rights Council, attendance at side-event on Environment and economic, social and cultural rights

Attendance at 11th Session Human Rights Council, UN, Geneva, Switzerland

Website: www.foundation-for-gaia.org



Cine en el Campo, Mexico

The partnership is to develop the network for workshops in rural and urban communities in Mexico and to distribute the environmental information to the small towns via media and video resources.

Cine en El Campo Festival 2011

Website: www.cinecampo.org



Khoryug, India

Monastic environmental committee belonging under the Kagyu sect of 17th Gyalwang Karmapa. Co-operation in town clean ups and environmental education in Bodhgaya during winter seasons.

Website: www.khoryug.com


Chakthar Rinpoche Foundation, Sikkim

Organisation based in Sikkim working on local rural  and tribal development for youths, and lepcha groups.

Outreach workshops started from March 2011 and continue.



Living Mandala, California USA

The mission of Living Mandala is to increase awareness, to create educational opportunities, and to catalyze project activities that implement ecologically and socially regenerative practices of human beings living in harmony with each other and their environment.

Living Mandala designs, facilitates and produces courses, workshops and events as well as offers consultation services that implement ecologically and socially regenerative practices within a diverse set of fields.

Website: www.livingmandala.com



Metatron Evolution

Vision: Evolution of happiness.
Mission: We are connecting unique actions with unique people.

We are a non-profit organisation that fundraises for, donates to, and promotes altruistic initiatives. We focus on key projects that relate to the fields of spiritual development, reduction of suffering and the preservation of ancient knowledge and related culture.   

Website: www.metatronevolution.net



Green Bodhgaya

Green Bodhgaya is an international initiative for reforestation, preservation of bio-diversity and ecological sustainable development. Tree planting project to plant trees in Bodhgaya. Sacred Earth Trust is collaborating with GB to maintain their projects on the ground.

Website : www.greenbodhgaya.org 



The Drop Inn, Derbyshire UK

Youth development program on environmental awareness and practical action and solutions- engaging in arts, science and technologies for delivering environmental awareness- giving youths a voice, connecting them to youths around the globe.

August 2010 pollution awareness and clean up campaign

Website: www.thedropinn.org



Bluefabric Multimedia Ltd

Bluefabric has been supporting Sacred Earth Trust since its inception and provides all the IT services and technical support needed to function in the digital environment.

Specialising in graphic design, web and computer software, and with over 18 years experience, Bluefabric Multimedia is committed to the production of high quality software services.

Website: www.bluefabric.net



Liberation Arts, USA

Liberation Arts mission is to preserve and create traditional Himalayan art, to educate people about Himalayan arts and culture and to preserve the environment.

Website : liberation-arts.org



Association for Biological *Cultural Diversity  -ABCD- Geneva

Support with justice, diversity, and global climate change policies. Assistance with implementation of projects through funds and eco-technology.








There are a number of organisations who continue to support Sacred Earth Trust for which we are very grateful.


Antioch University

Antioch group provides support to us  through their students visits to Bodhgaya each year.

Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.

Website : www.antioch.edu



Kagyu Monlam

Nyingma Monlam

Light of Buddha Dharma Foundation

Website: www.kagyumonlam.org Website: on facebook  

Kagya Monlam, Nyinigma Monlam, Light of Buddha Dharma Foundation have provide support to reduce plastic pollution by buying made to order cloth bags from village women for reducing their plastic consumption during their events in Bodhgaya.




Root Institute

Website: www.karuna.org Website: www.rootinstitute.com

Karuna and Root Institute have provided support for our plastic up-cycling project.



Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee

The Bodhgaya Temple Management Committee. have given their generous long term support since the beginning of the reducing palstic pollution by working towards banning disposable plastic within the temple grounds and local village women's sewing project by making bags to order which are used by the visiting pilgrims.

Website : www.mahabodhi.com



Terger International

The mission of the Tergar Meditation Community is to make the ancient practice of meditation accessible to the modern world. For centuries, the practice of meditation has been used by countless individuals to transform suffering into joy and confusion into wisdom.

Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche has been hugely supportive of environmental projects and offered funds for tree planting within the Bodhgaya community.

Website : terger.org



Buddhist Door

Sharing and promoting Buddhist teachings, cultural exchange, and personal growth.

Regular news articles of Sacred Earth Trust projects on website.

Website : www.buddhistdoor.com



Tsurphu Bookstore

Website : facebook


Echo Asia

Echo Asia provides us with free seeds from their seed bank.

Website : www.echocommunity.org



International Advisory Board

Under construction, please come back soon.

About Us

Sacred Earth Trust has branches based in UK and India. It is a not for profit organisation set up since 2009 to support and to encourage the sustainable development and environmental protection of Sacred sites and UNESCO world heritage sites around the world, through working in co-operation with the local, indigenous people and international groups.

  • To find practical solutions on environmental issues, working within the diverse communities and connecting with the wider network.
  •  Together, working towards the transformation of consciousness to enable the maximum potential and growth for human development. 
  • Using the environmental awareness and our relation to the planet as a tool for reflection.

Aims and objectives:

  • Working together with local and international organisations to tackle environmental issues
  • Identifying and developing sustainable solutions
  • Implementing practical solutions through engaging local community participation
  • Empowerment through knowledge and transference of skills
  • A platform for dialogue and support from the wider context.
  • Demonstrating initiatives, co-operation and successful ways of working together
  • Exhibit richness of humanity and culture, through social, economic and environmental change. 
  • Working together with government bodies and local management committees.
  • To develop a practical, ecological and sustainable methodology that can be replicated in other states/ districts.

Supportive of projects in the areas of:

Sustainable development in developing countries-

  • Zero/ Neutral Waste Initiatives
  • Water management/ solutions
  • Energy- renewable energy and micro- generation systems
  • Carbon zero transport
  • Land regeneration and protection

Forging cultural links:

These can be concerning-

  • Open dialogues on topics, concerning the global and regional environmental issues.
  • Voice of the children/ youth of the world
  • Forging links between rural communities 
  • Bio diversity, information and seed exchange 
  • Environmental education projects using/ exploring Arts, science and technology.

Advice in:

  • Setting up social enterprise
  • Social corporate responsibility
  • Sustainable solutions


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