Decent Work Agenda of Bahia
Secretary of Labor, Employment, Income and Sports in Bahia

A. Problem Analysis

 1. What was the problem before the implementation of the initiative?
Decent work deficits were observed in the state of Bahia, in several areas. The state owned worrying indicators of child labor, labor analogous to slavery, discrimination in the labor market for Afro descendants, women and people with disabilities, poor access and permanence of youth in the labor market and other problems of the working world. While monitoring progress in working conditions across the country, the state also faces the challenges that remained and were an obstacle to the working world actually fair and promotes social justice: high unemployment, informality, low levels of social protection, accidents at work and precarious employment. Addition to this observation , it was noticed that there were many isolated initiatives of various institutions , aimed to overcome these deficits , but scattered and isolated , which reduced the potentiality of these actions . The effort of every existing institution, as it was not articulated, gave room for gaps, overlaps and weakened the results, since there was a wide view from the contribution of different actors. Thus, the world of work was recognized as central to the rule of decent work strategy, but it was not enough any work but quality work, ensuring more and better jobs with adequate pay, freedom, equality, health and safety. Among the nine priorities chosen through social dialogue are the themes : promoting equality in the workplace gender , race and people with disability , health and safety at work , eradication of child labor and slave labor , valuing work domestic, the latter formed in the state of Bahia for over 80 % Afro descendants women and yet the theme and youth work. In practice, other topics such as the homeless population, Afro descendants entrepreneurs, young people in fulfillment of socio- educational measure, prisoners and women victims of violence are also addressed with specific actions of Bahia Decent Work agenda. Moreover, by demand of the social groups, other public already started to be addressed, such as gays, lesbians, transvestites and transsexuals.

B. Strategic Approach

 2. What was the solution?
The Bahia Government, understanding that promoting decent work is central to the state to build a new trajectory of development with social inclusion, took the initiative to launch a proposal to build a participative manner, an Agenda decent Work for the State, adopting the concept formulated by the International Labour Organization - ILO in 1999: "Decent work is properly remunerated work, performed under conditions of freedom, equity, security and, able to guarantee a dignified life." It is a concept that includes not only the formal work, but wage employment, the work subcontracted , outsourced , autonomous or self-employed , work at home, the wide range of activities in the informal economy and the economy of care. To deploy the Bahia Decent Work agenda - ABTD, the Government convened and conducted a process of social dialogue expanded with the goal of establishing priorities and lines of action of the DDA. In this strategy, beyond the tripartite consultation - workers, employers and government - there is the involvement of several institutions of the working world, as well as social movements. The Decent Work is a key to overcoming poverty, the reduction of social inequalities, ensuring democratic governance and sustainable development condition. The ABTD is a collective commitment to promoting the centrality of work and its recovery in the State of Bahia, including the encouragement of policies and actions to corroborate with the strategy of putting the work as a vehicle for social inclusion and development. Aims to promote decent work in Bahia, through partnerships with public agencies, private institutions and representatives of workers and employers to contribute to their incorporation into public policy of Labor, in the practices of public and private management and society . Bahia Decent Work Agenda , has nine priorities: Eradication of Child Labor ; Eradication of Slave Labor , Health and Safety , Promotion of Equality of People with Disabilities; Promotion of Gender and Race , Domestic Labor, Youth , Public Service , and Green Jobs . The advancement of this proposal entailed extrapolating sector boundaries, broaden the debate and involve other actors who have developed actions in this field. Designing a schedule of commitments to promote decent work is a formulation that aims to integrate policies, provide information and establish the environment necessary for the formation of partnerships. The meeting of joint commitments, the articulation between the various representatives and socialization of information between the involved entities allowed to identify the most relevant problems to be addressed, to identify gaps, overlaps, cooperation possibilities and potential for joint action, and provide a broad overview of both the problems and the actions undertaken for coping. Visa also include fundamental issues such as achieving better working conditions, the agenda of society. Considering the breadth and complexity of the subject and the heterogeneity of actors and interests involved, we chose a participatory strategy for the construction of this Agenda. Instances of deliberation and consultation were created, resulting in the realization of a state conference, the creation of a Steering Committee and deployment of specialized thematic chambers to discuss the topic. The expansion of social dialogue also promoted closer segments of society with the theme of work and with the conception of decent work. Shares of PBTD are based on transversal and will be developed prioritizing cooperation, joint and interagency operations in partnership, aligning goals and skills and directing them towards a common goal.

 3. How did the initiative solve the problem and improve people’s lives?
The major advantage of the Bahia Decent Work agenda caused an improvement in public participation in the decisions of government policies on labor and income through innovative mechanisms for social dialogue. This is a new approach for implementing a fully cross- Government program, dominated by the consensus decision of the various actors. This form of conduct to guarantee the legitimacy of all legal regulations and public policies under the Agenda, as the partners feel respected and included in their demands. Furthermore, involvement in the decision-making process also increases the interest in ensuring the effectiveness. Moreover , the spaces of social dialogue with the assurance of appropriate spaces for each specific audience, with emphasis on those most discriminated against in the labor market (Afro descendants , women , disabled , youth ) allows the most diverse public to express their demands , participate and influence in decision making. And by regularly secure open spaces for public consultation promotes inclusion of the views and opinions of the various segments of citizens in the preparation, implementation and monitoring of its program, ensuring better communication between government and citizens and a more efficient policy.

C. Execution and Implementation

 4. In which ways is the initiative creative and innovative?
The agenda started with a diagnosis of major decent work deficits in the state, based on the four constituent pillars of this proposal: respect for fundamental principles and rights at work, generating more and better jobs, the extension of social protection and promotion social dialogue. The construction of this proposal involved several steps: a policy decision by the Government , the inclusion of this issue in participatory construction of multiannual plan ; 1st State Conference on Decent Work and the creation of an Executive Working Group to coordinate the process , promoting workshops , seminars , debates and technical meetings to socialize the proposal and the concept , the realization , the workers representations , debates on the subject , the articulation of important partnerships involving government agencies , workers , employers , government agencies , non-governmental and organized civil society , bringing together actors who contributed to the debate on the guidelines of a Decent Work Agenda . Thus, it was possible to define the concept of agenda, priorities, entitled “priorities” and the way it operates. At the conference, were signed two important normative for driving this process instruments. The first was a Memorandum of Understanding between the Government of Bahia, and the International Labour Organization, whose object was the establishment of technical cooperation for preparing Agenda. The second was the State Decree 10,314 / 2007que created an Executive Working Group ( GTE ) , in order to draw up the agenda and organize the process of its construction , replaced by the Steering Committee for the Bahia Decent Work Programme , tripartite composition established by Decree No. 11.229/2008 , which came to include other actors in the world of labor and civil society , technical cooperation with the International Labour Organization . Among the actions taken by the Committee include: the systematization of actions performed by different entities for the promotion of decent work ; preparing panoramas on various areas related to the working world , the setting of priorities for the Decent Work Agenda ; and consolidation of the final text . Continuously, this group has the task tracking, monitoring and evaluation of the shares present at the Bahia Decent Work agenda. Based on management model presented, the implementation of the interventions was consolidated in the Action Plans drawn up for each thematic axis. Prioritizing social dialogue, which is one of the pillars of decent work, several activities, seminars, workshops and meetings were held under the Theme Chambers, to ensure that the program contemplated the various demands involving social actors related to each of priorities. The results of state and national conferences related to the topic as well as other sectoral plans, were observed, with the primary purpose of influencing the conduct of public policies and private actions in several areas goal, in order to contribute effectively to the promotion of decent work, plans were consolidated in Bahia Decent Work program, formalized by the Government as part of their official responsibilities, through Decree No. 13,149 / 2011. From the beginning there was an ongoing concern with the institutionalization of the process, with a view to sustainability, which was reflected in the creation and formalization of several legal instruments or the incorporation of the proposed rule on existing legal and regulatory instruments. Another important initiative was the incorporation of the concept of decent work to the debates surrounding the governmental planning, enabling other state actions with the direct or indirect purpose of promoting decent work could be related to that program as a cross-cutting actions, allowing better monitoring general governmental activities for this purpose.

 5. Who implemented the initiative and what is the size of the population affected by this initiative?
The Steering Committee for the Bahia Decent Work , and central deliberative body of the Agenda Program is formed by the Department of Labor, Employment , Income and Sports of the Government of Bahia and 10 other state authorities : the Health , Education , Planning , the administration , Agriculture , Livestock , Irrigation , Agrarian Reform , Fisheries and Aquaculture ; Science , Technology and Innovation , Justice , Citizenship and Human rights , Social Development and Fight Against Poverty ; Promotion of Racial Equality ; Industry , Trade and mining , by the Federal Government : Regional Labour and Employment of Bahia and Jorge Duprat Figueiredo Foundation for Safety and Occupational Medicine, both linked to the Ministry of Labour and Employment , for workers representations ( four central unions : Union Force ; Union general Workers ; Central of Workers , and the Workers Central ) and employers ( four associations : Federation of Industry , Agriculture and Livestock Federation , Federation of Micro and Small Enterprises , and the Trade Federation ) , by other actors such as Ministry of Labour , Regional Labor Court , Court of Justice , Legislative Assembly of Bahia state and civil society through the Association of Judges of Labor. It also includes the ILO technical cooperation. In addition , there are themed Cameras that are instances for which professionals and representations of an area related to each priority , formed to discuss , formulate proposals , coordinate and follow up actions for each of the priorities of Agenda Bahia Labour should be invited decent. Each thematic Board maintains contact with other instances of social dialogue to deal with their issues in the state. There are other strategic partners related to each of the priorities, as the State Youth Councils and the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the National Federation of Domestic Workers.
 6. How was the strategy implemented and what resources were mobilized?
To develop the agenda, the Government of Bahia has the Department of Labor , Employment, Income and Sports - SETRE which offers a team currently with a coordinator , 04 technicians, 03 administrative staff and an intern . The SETRE acts as coordinator and executive secretary of the Agenda and Programme. The Executive Secretary is responsible for: Coordinate , secretary and advise the Steering Committee ; mobilize , coordinate , monitor and support the actions of instances of social dialogue ; prepare drafts of bills , decrees, orders , notices, terms of cooperation , agreements , regulations , work plans , letter of intent , technical notes and other documents that may be necessary to enable the activities related to agenda and the Program ; plan, organize and conduct seminars , workshops , lectures , debates , propose and develop strategies to strengthen decent work as a strategy for development with social inclusion , identify and propose actions to guide the intervention of the State Government in this area . The technical support of the International Labour Organization was instrumental in the development of the initiative , which includes : promoting dialogue among the tripartite constituents ; secure some funding from different sources to help strengthen the work of the Agenda as a whole, the implementation of some important projects of decent work , and give international credibility to the initiative . Furthermore , studies by research institutions or contracted consultants helped to subsidize , especially Labour Centre in the State of Bahia , which has the general objective of developing and deploying instruments for the systematic monitoring and evaluation of the situation of occupation and income and economic activity in the State of Bahia and among the specific objectives support the structuring of a system of Decent Work Indicators of the state of Bahia , support the monitoring of the Labour Market in Bahia due to several social groups especially youth , women , Afro descendants , indigenous peoples and persons with disabilities . For the implementation, development and management of the Bahia Decent Work agenda is no specific prediction capabilities of state government in the Multi-Year Plan - PPA , which establishes the guidelines , objectives and goals of the State Public Administration for expenses. The guidelines are integrated by software and these are composed of actions and is formalized by a state law , and is available online for consultation by any citizen . This prediction is from the beginning of the implementation of Agenda, being in the 2007-2011 PPA and PPA maintained and expanded in 2012-2015, where the resources of the Decent Work Programme is R $ 25,998,000.00. In addition to the program itself, there are other values , also reported in the PPA, transversal programs that result in specific areas of the Agenda. There is a program entitled “Decent Work”, under the theme “Work and Income”, focused on Social Inclusion and Rights Guarantee. Besides the government actions, there are actions with adherence to program each partner institution performs with own resources and advises to integrate the monitoring report, which add to the collective effort to promote decent work in Bahia.

 7. Who were the stakeholders involved in the design of the initiative and in its implementation?
Monitoring: Assembling the actions of government and non-governmental institutions targeted to achieve a common goal: the promotion of decent work. Monitoring and evaluation of implementation of the Program activities through dialogue and social participation. Currently there are about 300 cataloged actions. 2) Institutionalization and formalization: Founded in July 2009, Law 11,479, to encourage the practice of decent work for companies that receive state funding and tax incentives. The rule seeks to ensure decent, safe and healthy working conditions. The Fund for Promoting Decent Work - FUNTRAD, instituted by Law 12,356 of Sep/2011 Fund is an accounting and financial for fundraising that is presented as an additional source of funding. Has received allocation of resources resulting from terms of adjustment of conduct signed by the Ministry of Labor and convictions in labor courts. To enable wide access to resources, notice of a public selection of projects enabling governmental organizations and civil society institutions enable their projects to receive future funding was released. 3 ) Health and Safety Guidance Worker : Formed 64 600 multipliers in safety and health at work in urban and rural areas ( Jan/2007 to Nov/2013 ) , 36 thousand workers were benefited by the actions of the Health Surveillance worker developed under the State Network of Occupational Health. And 2.1 million civil and labor Documentation issued, with 1.8 million portfolios of work and 267,300 identity cards in the capital and countryside. 4 ) Protection of Children and Adolescents : 86,408 children and adolescents followed by System and Monitoring Shares offered by the Socio- Educational Services Program for the Eradication of Child Labor by March 2013 and 65.615 children and adolescents in situations of child labor are being treated and monitored in Living Services and Strengthening Linkages in the municipalities in 2013 . 30.839 youth programs certified by the professional qualification Trail SETRE ( Employment, Arts and Sports ) , Citizenship and Youth Worker Projovem . 5 ) Public Service : Developed recovery actions of public servants , the server You program , which includes initiatives for recovery and improved quality of life and occupational health of the state civil service , professional development , increase education and access to goods cultural and quality of life.

 8. What were the most successful outputs and why was the initiative effective?
A computerized system for monitoring the actions of the program was developed. The system are reported the following items : Action - Responsible - Situation ( normal development within the deadlines - Development Delayed - Next of maturity - Development completed ) - Progress - Audience - Local Expertise - Start date - date end - Date updated. This information is accompanied by the Managing Committee of the Bahia Decent Work Programme , consisting of 28 institutions in the world of work that has come their core competencies to promote monitoring and evaluation of the program , in addition to producing regular reports on the collaboration of the executing agencies their actions . Moreover , with regard to the actions of the Government , there is the responsibility of the Executive Secretariat inform semester at the Civil House , about the implementation of actions under the responsibility of the State Departments . There are still spaces monitoring by social dialogue where experts and institutions and representative entities dealing with the priority agenda Bahia Decent Work themes. And any citizen consults the annual reports generated by the computerized monitoring system. Overcoming fragmentation and segmentation is fundamental to achieve the ideal of the joint, integrated and intersectoral action agenda requirement. This understanding enables institutions, especially the state Secretariat, place shares its specific programs also shares how attending the program. This initiative ensures the convergence of efforts to achieve a common result and enhances the results as well as avoids overlapping activities and facilitates identify where the gaps are. Furthermore, it is essential to observe the dynamics, autonomy, responsibility, role and area of each institution involved. Actions that meet both the goals that are understood in Agenda converge as related and supportive, without it withdraws its identity, particularity or autonomy and the role of the protagonist executing institution. Agenda, so no seizes the actions, but provides aggregate information such shares, enabling monitor which shares common result that many programs can provide. Thus , to monitor the results achieved , we consider not only those actions strictly Program , but is included vastness of initiatives institutions involved to deliberately recognize and assume their responsibility also shares how his actions with adherence to PBTD . This represents progress towards a truly democratic and participatory management, where the transverse and intersectoral cease to be a speech to carry on the reality.

 9. What were the main obstacles encountered and how were they overcome?
It is a challenge the fact that the dynamics of Agenda result in a program where deadlines had to be loosened before the period necessary to articulate and define the strategy of involvement of various institutions to implement the various plans of action, given its own dynamics and to their own schedules. Another obstacle is put in practice the proposed actions in the way set out in the Programme, with the result that such actions are transformed into guidelines to follow. Another obstacle is to consider the expected outcomes that result in a mess ingrained prejudices and historical inequalities and taking reflexes including the proposed economic development model. Considering that these are structural changes, which also involve a change in entrenched prejudices in society, only the medium and long term it will be possible to have a balance on the effectiveness and efficiency of the proposals, however, a space for social dialogue is constant need to give answers to partners, especially those who somehow represent or within one of the target groups of the actions of the Agenda. Another challenge is to monitor the implementation of the Program activities, considering the large number of institutions involved. This challenge is magnified by the complexity of raising and organizing so much information from so many autonomous bodies among themselves. In this regard, several strategies of articulation, mobilization and sensitization of partners, institutional commitment, and all the accompaniments of progress and results need to be in development. Another aspect is to advance the progress reports for implementation of the actions of the Programme of Action Plans now developed through a computerized monitoring system, not aggregate all shares that the institutions involved. Collect and organize so much information, so many sectors of many organs and institutions is an effort that involves continuous awareness and interagency coordination.

D. Impact and Sustainability

 10. What were the key benefits resulting from this initiative?
All decisions of ABTD, this formulation in 2007, are decisions by consensus through a process of social dialogue. And the legal instruments regulating Agenda ensure that format, where the government is not allowed to decide for him what course to follow. This impacted within the government, a need for change in organizational culture, to an advanced practice cross and intersectoral policy. The deployment of ABTD resulted in changes shaping public policy work, in the form of provision of public services related to this fear and also to relationships within the public administration itself, where the theme was inserted Public Service as one of the nine priorities of Agenda. One of the main advantages of developing a Decent Work Agenda is the ability to aggregate the maximum effort to achieve a common goal, and to recognize and support the partner's actions that contribute to this goal, and includes respect for the dynamics of each institution. It is noteworthy that this common goal is of great relevance to all involved. This is because, firstly, ensure decent work is to ensure welfare for all Bahia and consequent human dignity for those who live their work and their family workers. On the other hand, put decent work as a central point of development strategy is providing a favorable institutional and strengthening of sustainable companies, so they can thrive and perform their activities sustainably competitive infrastructure and environment. Anyway it is a very important strategy for sustainable development with social inclusion and social justice. Thus, workers and employers are benefited with the success of the initiative, as well as the whole society. And by coordinating ABTD, public administration operates in full compliance with its purposes, considering that it is understood as a function put into practice the duty of the State to serve the public interest. It is noteworthy that, beyond the immediate to maintain the socio- ethical and legal order, the State has the primary purpose to serve the human person and the common good. It is a fact that many program actions already happen. And it is a merit of Agenda with adding so many partners that remain in the project and to the side of the Government since the launch of Agenda 2007, united towards the common goals of more and better jobs, sustainable development and the creation of conditions for all may have decent working environments without any form of discrimination. The experience of Agenda Bahia Decent Work proves that it is possible a public policy beyond the limits of performance of the state government and develop together with institutions that are not part of the Government. Despite being challenging to ensure that external to government and autonomous institutions towards him put his actions in an initiative where the responsibility of the Government to carry out public policy is obviously crucial , the spaces of social dialogue, collective construction and respect the peculiarities of each partner institution ensure adherence and retention of partners , not only as proponents or inspection of public policy , but as co - responsible for the results to be achieved . By its structure, organization and articulation there is a high probability that the benefits produced by ABTD and the PBTD are sustainable in the long term. From this experience it is proven that it is possible to implement a decent sub-national agenda. The government commitment is essential to ensure the sustainability of the initiative, adopting the strategy of integrating the principles of decent work to its policies and operations.

 11. Did the initiative improve integrity and/or accountability in public service? (If applicable)
The development of the Bahia Decent Work agenda requires a systematic action on several fronts, not just of labor policies strictly. Therefore, a key to its success until the current step factor was being seen as a goal of government and incorporated into its strategic vision. Inter-institutional cooperation also ensures that more enduring sense the policy adopted. The proposed Agenda also requires intense interinstitutional cooperation to harmonize goals and skills, directing them toward a common goal, without neglecting the specificities of each entity, its particular dynamics and its employees. Therefore, it is necessary to strengthen the mainstreaming and cooperation. Although the common perception of interdependence is fundamental, it is not a clear concept for all actors, many of whom have different institutional ties and history of more isolated activity, so the continuous sensitization. Another important element is the funding of a Decent Work Agenda, the Government must ensure in its strategic planning. On the one hand, the need for greater intersectoral coordination and attention to new problems, at first introduces unplanned expenditures. These, however, may be, to some extent, absorbed by the budget structures of each organ of the body and the project coordinator and institutionalized in the next moment. How Bahia is the 1st sub- unit of the world with a Decent Work Agenda. International reference for pioneering and the advances already been presented in the 97th International Labour Conference in Geneva in 2008 and in international events in the following countries: Argentina, Chile and Colombia. Knowing the experience of Bahia agenda brought to the state representatives of the governments of El Salvador and the Dominican Republic, especially to accompany II State Conference on Decent Work. Active participation in the process of creating the International Network of Sub-National Decent Work Agenda, signed in Santa Fe, Argentina, involving Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina. The creation of the Network is an initiative of the International Labour Organization from the experience of Bahia and began in International Meeting held in 2013 in Salvador / BA , which brought together representatives from Argentina , Chile , Paraguay , Uruguay and the Brazilian state Bahia , Mato Grosso , São Paulo , Paraná , Minas Gerais , Pernambuco , Espírito Santo and Tocantins and the Federal District , and the cities of Cuiabá ( MT ) , Curitiba ( PR ) and São Paulo ( SP ) . The Bahia Government is coordinating the process of creating Agendas Municipal in 20 municipalities of the state through technical support , approximation of these municipalities in Bahia with the various partners of Agenda municipals and training of managers . This strategy enables even closer to the concept of decent work and their actions to local realities. The Summit Sauipe , Bahia was signed the Deed of Commitment to Promoting Decent Work , signed during the Plenary Meeting of the Advisory Forum of Municipalities , Federated States , Provinces and Department of Mercosur 27 states , provinces , departments and municipalities in Brazil , Argentina , Uruguay and Paraguay . Presentation of ABTD for delegation of African Portuguese-speaking countries, brought by the ILO.

 12. Were special measures put in place to ensure that the initiative benefits women and girls and improves the situation of the poorest and most vulnerable? (If applicable)
The participatory construction enabled the Bahia Decent Work Program - PBTD reflect anxieties comprehensive and contain the experiences of institutions already involved with stocks, which participated in the entire construction process. Program is also expressed in the multidisciplinary and transversal, besides the sharing of responsibilities, concepts inherent to the Decent Work Agenda. With these elements and a planned institutions , enabled this initiative is consolidating itself as a state policy , corporate strategic plans , including decent work among the macro objectives of the government , in conjunction with its incorporation in the practice of public management and private . Besides the training program and the process that entails many activities were developed through this large joint. The convergence of efforts and institutional goals has provided operational and strategic gain greater efficiency activities. It is essential to observe the dynamics, autonomy, responsibility, role and area of each institution involved. It is also worth noting the discontinuity in the direction of several institutions, which may represent involvement in the priority order in which the agenda is different schedules. Actions that meet both the goals that are understood in Agenda converge as related and supportive, without it withdraw its identity, particularity or autonomy and the role of the protagonist executing institution. Agenda, so no seizes the actions, but provides aggregate information such shares , enabling monitor which shares common result that many programs can provide. Thus , to monitor the results achieved , we consider not only those actions strictly Program , but is included vastness of initiatives institutions involved to deliberately recognize and assume their responsibility also shares how his actions with adherence to PBTD . This represents progress towards a truly democratic and participatory management, where the transverse and intersectoral cease to be a speech to carry on the reality. The proposed work from consensus is also crucial , considering that different views will always appear when you bring different institutions ( workers , employers , governments , regulatory agencies , enforcement agencies , civil society , judges ) . However, defining points of convergence on key issues allows joint work, the perennial membership and advancement of the proposal. Awareness is also a continuous and strategic point as well as the understanding of the dynamics and tempo of each partner institution, which may possibly be more or less active in the process, without thereby invalidating their participation nor disqualified, and without it paralyzes agenda, which remains under development with institutions and partners available at that time. Space Development Agenda is open and democratic respect for reality and time of each institution and incorporate available whenever their contributions.

Contact Information

Institution Name:   Secretary of Labor, Employment, Income and Sports in Bahia
Institution Type:   Government Agency  
Contact Person:   Patricia Lacerda Trindade de Lima
Title:   Special Advisor  
Telephone/ Fax:   +55 (71) 3115-1616/ 55 (71) 3115-1529
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Address:   Luis Viana Filho Avenue, # 200, 2nd Avenue, Administrative Center of Bahia – CAB
Postal Code:   41.745-003
City:   Salvador
State/Province:   Bahia

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