Implementation of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)

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Evaluation Plan:
2008-2013, RBAP
Evaluation Type:
Final Project
Planned End Date:
11/2012
Completion Date:
11/2012
Status:
Completed
Management Response:
Yes
Evaluation Budget(US $):
80,000

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Title Implementation of the Sustainable Development Strategy for the Seas of East Asia (PEMSEA)
Atlas Project Number:
Evaluation Plan: 2008-2013, RBAP
Evaluation Type: Final Project
Status: Completed
Completion Date: 11/2012
Planned End Date: 11/2012
Management Response: Yes
Focus Area:
  • 1. Environment & Sustainable Development
Corporate Outcome and Output (UNDP Strategic Plan 2014-2017)
  • 1. Development plans and programmes integrate environmentally sustainable solutions in a manner that promotes poverty reduction, MDG achievement and low-emission climate-resilient development
Evaluation Budget(US $): 80,000
Source of Funding:
Joint Programme: No
Joint Evaluation: No
Evaluation Team members:
Name Title Email Nationality
David A. LaRoche Team leader
Clive Wilkinson Evaluation specialist
GEF Evaluation: Yes
Evaluation Type:
Focal Area: International Waters
Project Type: FSP
GEF Phase: GEF-4
PIMS Number: 3469
Key Stakeholders:
Lessons
Findings
Recommendations
1 PEMSEA Programmatic Approach - It is recommended that PEMSEA, given its geographic coverage and experience in the region, the overall respect that it has generated among the participating countries, and its legal status achieved during implementation of the current project, through the PRF be given the ongoing responsibility for, and the funding necessary to, assure a programmatic approach for regionally based activities in the Seas of East Asia region.
2 PEMSEA's Bottom-up Approach - It is recommended that the PEMSEA continue to emphasize its "bottom up" approach, i.e. its focus on local level, on-the-ground actions, as a principal means of meeting its expressed Development and Immediate Objectives, and its Outcomes and Outputs.
3 Local Level and National Linkages - It is recommended that PEMSEA increase its attention to serving as an effective and necessary link between locally driven efforts and policy level personnel in the respective central governments of the participating countries.
4 Danger of a Funding Break between Phase 3 and Phase 4 - In anticipation of a possible gap in funding between Phase three (the transitional/transformation phase) and Phase four (sustainable operation period) of the PEMSEA, it is recommended that the UNDP, as the Implementing Agency, and the PEMSEA jointly undertake contingency planning to assure that PEMSEA finance to sustain core staff and critical programme functions is maintained. It is recognized that the UNDP does not foresee such a gap. However, the evaluators believe that prudence dictates formulation of a "what if" contingency.
5 Use of Core Funding - As PEMSEA is currently operating on a no-cost extension, and remaining funds are dwindling, it is recommended that salaries of remaining PEMSEA employees be covered through project activity funds, rather than through core funding currently being provided by China, Japan and the Republic of Korea.
6 PEMSEA Programme Sustainability - It is recommended that the UNDP, as the Implementing Agency, work cooperatively with the PEMSEA in the next Project Phase to systematically work with the participating countries, potential donors, and other entities as necessary to successfully achieve full and regionally driven sustainability to the ongoing mission of the PEMSEA.
7 Future Donor Conference - It is further recommended that the UNDP, as the IA, work with PEMSEA, and other bi-lateral and multi-lateral donors as appropriate, to convene a donor conference to assist in the recruitment of donors that will help ensure the long-term sustainability of the PEMSEA.
8 IA Implementation/EA Execution - The evaluators recommend, as a priority matter, that the PEMSEA, UNDP and the UNOPS address the 15 "challenges" identified by the PEMSEA Resource Facility as issues that to varying degrees inhibit project progress.
9 Improvements in M&E, Stakeholder Consultation, and Training Tracking Procedures - It is recommended that the PEMSEA Resource Center improve current M&E, stakeholder consultation, and training methodologies to more accurately capture GEF IW indicators, numbers of stakeholders involved in PEMSEA related activities, and numbers of people trained as a result of PEMSEA activities, all of which seem to be currently under-reported.
10 State of the Coast Reporting - It is recommended to the PEMSEA and to the participating countries that this activity become a permanent feature of PEMSEA activity, not only during the next phase of the programme but as on ongoing activity even after sustainability has been achieved.
11 Future PEMSEA Programme Emphasis - It is recommended that the focus of the further, planned GEF intervention be on reinforcing and building upon the considerable number of successful, major initiatives that have characterized past interventions. The best example is PEMSEA focus on development and implementation of ICM to all levels of government within the participating countries.
1. Recommendation: PEMSEA Programmatic Approach - It is recommended that PEMSEA, given its geographic coverage and experience in the region, the overall respect that it has generated among the participating countries, and its legal status achieved during implementation of the current project, through the PRF be given the ongoing responsibility for, and the funding necessary to, assure a programmatic approach for regionally based activities in the Seas of East Asia region.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

The PFD of the GEF/UNDP Project on Reducing Pollution and Rebuilding Degraded Marine Resources in the East Asian Seas through Implementation of Intergovernmental Agreements and Catalyzed Investments, which included a project entitled Scaling up the Implementation of the SDS-SEA for the next phase of PEMSEA, was endorsed by seven participating countries and approved for inclusion in the work program of GEF during the GEF Council in November 2012. The PIF for the PEMSEA project was completed and disseminated by UNDP to all participating countries. The project will be executed by the PEMSEA Resource Facility, and will be co-financed by the participating countries, local governments, donors, and other concerned stakeholders in the region. In support of an agreed policy to sustain PEMSEA operations through voluntary contributions, high-level meetings were initiated between the Executive Committee and PEMSEA National Focal Agencies in October 2012. The initial meetings were very constructive, with consensus on the need and benefit of a country-owned regional mechanism and agreements in principle to seek government approval. A meeting between the Executive Committee and all participating countries is scheduled for April 2013, at which time the results of the in-country approval processes will be presented. The PEMSEA Resource Facility is developing other projects in support of SDS-SEA implementation, including: GEF/WB/PEMSEA Medium-sized Project on Applying Knowledge Management to Scale up Partnership Investments for Sustainable Development of LMEs of East Asia and their Coasts; the ASEAN/PEMSEA LifeWeb Project on Strengthening the Effectiveness of MPAs in Key Biodiversity Areas in the Seas of East Asia through ICM; and a KOEM project concept paper on improving marine water quality monitoring and reporting in the Seas of East Asia in support of Climate Change Adaptation. Opportunities for the development of proposals to meet the needs of underfunded or unfunded priority projects in SDS-SEA implementation at the subregional, national and local levels will be identified through collaborative planning processes scheduled in 2013 with Country and Non-Country Partners and collaborators.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
1.1 Secure endorsement and approval of the GEF/UNDP/PEMSEA Project on Scaling Up the Implementation of the SDS-SEA (2014-2019)
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PEMSEA Resource Facility(PRF),UNDP 2013/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
The PIF is expected to be approved by 2nd quarter of 2013, and ProDoc completed and endorsed by end of 2013 History
1.2 Conduct meetings/consultations and secure support from the participating countries for the PRF Core Group operations
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF 2012/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
Regional ownership of PEMSEA is a priority target in the PEMSEA Sustainable Financing Plan, which was adopted by countries in October 2011. A target date of December 2013 has been agreed to by countries for sustaining a 5-person PRF Core Group, responsible for PEMSEA management and secretariat support to the EAS Partnership Council, through voluntary contributions. History
1.3 Secure approval and initiation of the GEF/WB/PEMSEA Medium-sized Project on Applying Knowledge Management to Scale up Partnership Investments for Sustainable Development of LMEs of East Asia and Their Coasts
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF, WB 2013/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
The project document has been submitted and is expected to be approved in the 1st quarter of 2013 History
1.4 Conduct national consultations and secure endorsement of the ASEAN/PEMSEA LifeWeb Project on Strengthening the Effectiveness of MPAs in Key Biodiversity Areas in the Seas of East Asia through ICM.
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity (ACB) 2014/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
A concept paper has been prepared. Meetings/consultations with potential donors and country partners are underway. History
1.5 Secure approval of the KOEM project concept paper on improving water quality monitoring and reporting in the Seas of East Asia
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF Korea Environment Management Corporation (KOEM) 2013/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
A project concept paper has been prepared and submitted to KOEM for review and approval History
2. Recommendation: PEMSEA's Bottom-up Approach - It is recommended that the PEMSEA continue to emphasize its "bottom up" approach, i.e. its focus on local level, on-the-ground actions, as a principal means of meeting its expressed Development and Immediate Objectives, and its Outcomes and Outputs.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

Through the implementation of SDS-SEA and ICM, PEMSEA has facilitated coordination at the regional, national and local levels. The implementation of ICM in particular at the local level has shown concrete actions and results on the ground and increasing support and buy in from the local level as manifested in the growing number of local governments adopting ICM programs, and the increasing participation in the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments. The focus at the local level has and will continue to be a key pillar in SDS-SEA and ICM implementation, particularly in the efforts of the region to meet its target of covering 20 percent of the region?s coastline with ICM programs by 2015. It is also important to emphasize that PEMSEA also continues to work in striking a balance of top-down and bottom up approach. The combination of both approaches has enabled PEMSEA to link the commitments and coordination from the regional and national level with the local level implementation.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
2.1. Scale up implementation of ICM programs contributing to reaching the 20 percent target (45,000km) of ICM coverage of the region?s coastline
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF Participating national governments Participating local governments 2019/12 Completed This action has been initiated in the current phase and will be a major target in the implementation of PEMSEA's 4th phase History
3. Recommendation: Local Level and National Linkages - It is recommended that PEMSEA increase its attention to serving as an effective and necessary link between locally driven efforts and policy level personnel in the respective central governments of the participating countries.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA agrees with this recommendation. As indicated above, PEMSEA works at various levels and combines top down and bottom up approach in order to effectively promote integration of SDS-SEA and ICM principles into regional and national policy frameworks/plans/strategies with local frameworks/plans/strategies. In line with this, the 5-Year Implementation Plan of the SDS-SEA 2012-2016 includes in its target actions the adoption and implementation of national policy for coastal and ocean governance in 70 percent of participating countries, as well as the adoption and implementation of national policies, legislation and programs to direct and guide local governments in ICM development and implementation.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
3.1 Adopt and initiate national coastal and ocean policy and institutional arrangements for sustainable management of priority coastal and marine areas, surrounding watershed and resources and blue economy development in at least 70 percent of participating countries by 2015
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF Participating national governments 2012/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
This action has been initiated under the current phase of PEMSEA, and is included as a major target in the implementation of PEMSEA's 4th phase History
4. Recommendation: Danger of a Funding Break between Phase 3 and Phase 4 - In anticipation of a possible gap in funding between Phase three (the transitional/transformation phase) and Phase four (sustainable operation period) of the PEMSEA, it is recommended that the UNDP, as the Implementing Agency, and the PEMSEA jointly undertake contingency planning to assure that PEMSEA finance to sustain core staff and critical programme functions is maintained. It is recognized that the UNDP does not foresee such a gap. However, the evaluators believe that prudence dictates formulation of a "what if" contingency.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA agrees with the recommendation and is committed to working closely with the UNDP to ensure the smooth transition into the next phase. As part of the preparation, PEMSEA with the guidance of the EAS Partnership Council has initiated the implementation of the PRF Re-Engineering Plan, PEMSEA Sustainable Financing Plan and Communication Plan. In terms of financing, the project budget was reprofiled and has been confirmed sufficient to support the project operation requirements up to December 2013. The support to the PEMSEA Core Staff on the other hand will be sourced from the support from the donor countries (China, Japan and RO Korea). In view of the estimated shortfall in the country funds for the PRF Core staff, efforts are now underway to secure additional and long-term commitment and support from the Country Partners for the staffing and operations of the PRF Core Staff.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
4.1 Extend the Project to December 2013 and allocate remaining funds to ensure that all deliverables are completed and budget expended by close of project
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP, UNOPS 2013/12 Completed In accordance with the recommendation of UNDP and UNOPS, the project extension to December 2013 was approved by the EAS Partnership Council. AWP and Budget for 2013 approved by UNDP and submitted to UNOPS History
4.2 Recruit PRF Core staff in line with the approved PRF Re-Engineering Plan. PRF Core staff recruitment and Core Group operations to be supported by countries
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP 2014/12 Completed The recruitment of PRF Core Staff is targeted to commence in 3rd or 4th quarter of 2013. The funding will be sourced from the Cost Sharing Agreement with countries. High level discussions with countries have been initiated to secure country ownership and support for the staffing and operations of the PRF Core Group History
4.3 Complete a comprehensive financial assessment of available funding, forecast expenditures and expected sources of new funding, for discussion with UNDP and the EAS Partnership Council, with a view to identifying possible shortfalls and contingencies
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP,EAS Partnership Council 2013/12 Completed The financial assessment will be presented and discussed during the Executive Committee meeting of the EAS Partnership Council (April 2013). History
5. Recommendation: Use of Core Funding - As PEMSEA is currently operating on a no-cost extension, and remaining funds are dwindling, it is recommended that salaries of remaining PEMSEA employees be covered through project activity funds, rather than through core funding currently being provided by China, Japan and the Republic of Korea.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA would like to provide the following clarifications:  The current funding coming from China, Japan and RO Korea are in support of the PRF Secretariat Services staff and operations. This fund is being managed by UNDP under the Cost-Sharing Agreement with the three countries. The same fund is being considered as the key source of fund that will support the PRF Core Staff (5 staff including the Executive Director post). Efforts/high level discussions with the PEMSEA Country Partners are currently being undertaken in order to secure stronger support and commitment from the countries to support and sustain the PRF Core Staff operations in the coming years.  The staff under the Technical Services as well as Administrative and Finance staff is currently supported by the GEF funds. The project budget/GEF fund has been realigned to support the operations up to December 2013. The GEF support for the next phase is expected to commence in 2014.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
5.1 Extend the Project to December 2013 and allocate remaining funds to ensure that all deliverables are completed and budget expended by close of project
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP,UNOPS 2013/12 Completed In accordance with the recommendation of UNDP and UNOPS, the project extension to December 2013 was approved by the EAS Partnership Council. AWP and Budget for 2013 approved by UNDP and submitted to UNOPS History
5.2 Recruit PRF Core staff in line with the approved PRF Re-Engineering Plan. PRF Core staff recruitment and Core Group operations to be supported by countries
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP 2014/12 Completed The recruitment of PRF Core Staff is targeted to commence in 3rd or 4th quarter of 2013. The funding will be sourced from the Cost Sharing Agreement with countries. High level discussions with countries have been initiated to secure country ownership and support for the staffing and operations of the PRF Core Group History
5.3 Complete a comprehensive financial assessment of available funding, forecast expenditures and expected sources of new funding, for discussion with UNDP and the EAS Partnership Council, with a view to identifying possible shortfalls and contingencies
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP,EAS Partnership Council 2013/12 Completed The financial assessment will be presented and discussed during the Executive Committee meeting of the EAS Partnership Council (April 2013). History
6. Recommendation: PEMSEA Programme Sustainability - It is recommended that the UNDP, as the Implementing Agency, work cooperatively with the PEMSEA in the next Project Phase to systematically work with the participating countries, potential donors, and other entities as necessary to successfully achieve full and regionally driven sustainability to the ongoing mission of the PEMSEA.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA is committed to work closely with UNDP in this endeavor. The PRF has in fact met with UNDP Manila's new Country Director and briefed him on PEMSEA and its transformation initiative.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
6.2 UNDP recognize PEMSEA as an Implementing Partner, and executing agency for the next phase of GEF support
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF,UNDP 2013/12 Completed PEMSEA is undergoing an external financial audit, with a view of confirming its conformance to international fiduciary standards. Following certification, PEMSEA will request UNDP consideration as an Implementing Partner, by June 2013. History
6.1 PEMSEA and UNDP Country Offices to coordinate consultations with participating countries and donors operating in participating countries to build awareness and partnerships in the implementation of the SDS-SEA objectives, targets and action plans.
[Added: 2013/03/07]
PRF,UNDP No due date No deadline established As indicated in preceding sections, efforts are ongoing to secure the support of donors and countries for the 4th phase of PEMSEA as well as for the future of PEMSEA
7. Recommendation: Future Donor Conference - It is further recommended that the UNDP, as the IA, work with PEMSEA, and other bi-lateral and multi-lateral donors as appropriate, to convene a donor conference to assist in the recruitment of donors that will help ensure the long-term sustainability of the PEMSEA.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

The possibility of organizing a Donor Meeting as well as meeting with countries and their respective embassies was initially discussed.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
7.1 With support from UNDP, organize a Donor's Conference/Meeting that will facilitate entry of additional support to PEMSEA and in funding some projects in the region or at the country level.
[Added: 2013/03/07]
PRF,UNDP No due date No deadline established Further discussion and planning will need to be conducted by PRF and UNDP to prepare for a Donor's meeting or series of meeting in each participating country.
8. Recommendation: IA Implementation/EA Execution - The evaluators recommend, as a priority matter, that the PEMSEA, UNDP and the UNOPS address the 15 "challenges" identified by the PEMSEA Resource Facility as issues that to varying degrees inhibit project progress.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA is prepared to meet and work with UNDP and UNOPS in order to address the challenges encountered in the management and execution of the project.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
8.1 PEMSEA, UNDP and UNOPS to coordinate closely to ensure that matters affecting project management and operations are addressed properly and on time.
[Added: 2013/03/07]
PRF,UNDP,UNOPS No due date No deadline established
9. Recommendation: Improvements in M&E, Stakeholder Consultation, and Training Tracking Procedures - It is recommended that the PEMSEA Resource Center improve current M&E, stakeholder consultation, and training methodologies to more accurately capture GEF IW indicators, numbers of stakeholders involved in PEMSEA related activities, and numbers of people trained as a result of PEMSEA activities, all of which seem to be currently under-reported.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA concurs with the findings that a number of activities (country or site-initiated) related to the SDS-SEA and ICM implementation as well as studies/results that are relevant to GEF IW indicators that are not fully captured or documented by the PRF. In this regard, PEMSEA is promoting the following monitoring, reporting and evaluation targets in line with the 5-Year Implementation Plan of the SDS-SEA 2012-2016:  Implementation of integrated environmental monitoring to strengthen knowledge and understanding of ecosystems and their management  Applying the State of the Coasts (SOC) reporting system and Integrated Information Management System (IIMS) and incorporating the same into national ICM scaling up programs to help in reviewing, assessing and investing in governance and management of coastal and marine areas  Building of a knowledge platform and support network to facilitate scientifically sound decisions and investments in sustaining ecosystem services.  Regular reporting of progress, achievements and challenges in ICM implementation as well as implementation of the Dongying Declaration by the members of the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments  Enhancing information sharing through the various PEMSEA information and media facilities (website, electronnic updates, social media, etc.)

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
9.1 Improve Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism to better capture and document on-the-ground actions and impacts of PEMSEA
[Added: 2013/03/07]
PRF No due date No deadline established Monitoring, evaluation, reporting and knowledge management aspects have been identified as a major component of the GEF/UNDP and GEF/World Bank PDF for the region. PEMSEA has been identified as a key agency in developing and facilitating improved knowledge management at a regional level in both programs.
10. Recommendation: State of the Coast Reporting - It is recommended to the PEMSEA and to the participating countries that this activity become a permanent feature of PEMSEA activity, not only during the next phase of the programme but as on ongoing activity even after sustainability has been achieved.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA concurs with the recommendation. The State of the Coasts Reporting is a key monitoring, reporting and evaluation tool that is continuously promoted and applied by PEMSEA and its various ICM sites. The Changwon Declaration adopted by the PEMSEA Country Partners in 2012 committed the countries in "adopting and implementing the SOC reporting system to provide baseline information, and over time information needed for monitoring progress, necessary for achieving the different global and regional targets"; the Dongying Declaration signed by the members of the PEMSEA Network of Local Governments in 2011 also confirmed their commitment to "apply the SOC reporting system across 100 percent of PNLG local government membership by 2015".

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
10.1 Publish and disseminate State of Coasts reports
[Added: 2013/03/07]
PRF Participating countries/sites No due date No deadline established SOC reporting is a continuous effort and a key activity of PEMSEA Capacity development in SOC preparation and application has been identified in the GEF/UNDP and GEF/World Bank PFDs for the region. PEMSEA has been tasked with scaling up the application of SOC in both programs.
11. Recommendation: Future PEMSEA Programme Emphasis - It is recommended that the focus of the further, planned GEF intervention be on reinforcing and building upon the considerable number of successful, major initiatives that have characterized past interventions. The best example is PEMSEA focus on development and implementation of ICM to all levels of government within the participating countries.
Management Response: [Added: 2013/03/07]

PEMSEA's work program for the next 5 years is guided by the results of the regional review of progress, achievements and gaps in the implementation of the SDS-SEA from 2003-2011, which was completed in 2012. The review helped to identify key achievements, gaps, challenges, and emerging issues in the participating countries and across the region. 5-year national ICM implementation plans have been prepared in the PEMSEA participating countries, and these plans formed the foundation and framework of the 5-year regional SDS-SEA Implementation Plan, which was adopted by Ministers and Senior Government Officials from PEMSEA Countries during the 4th Ministerial Forum in July 2012. As noted above, GEF support is being requested to assist participating countries address priority gaps and needs for scaling up of SDS-SEA implementation. The project also includes the final transformation of PEMSEA into a self-sustaining, country-owned regional mechanism, responsible for coordinating the implementation of the SDS-SEA over the longer-term. The next phase of PEMSEA is scheduled to start-up in 2014.

Key Actions:

Key Action Responsible DueDate Status Comments Documents
11.1 Completion of country/regional consultations and submission of the GEF Project Document for the next phase of PEMSEA, with a focus on ICM scaling up to achieve 20 percent of the region?s coastline during the project.
[Added: 2013/03/07] [Last Updated: 2017/12/27]
PRF UNDP Participating countries 2013/12 No Longer Applicable [Justification: Project ended]
The PIF approval is expected in June 2013. Target date for submission of the Project Document, co-financing commitments and CEO Endorsement Application is 15 August 2013. History

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