Early Childhood Information by State

  • Child Care in Alabama:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 26,800
    Amount of Federal Funds- $80,047,118
    Funds Spent on Quality- $12,063,210
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-2,802
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 1

    Head Start in Alabama:
    Number of Children Served– 17,639
    Amount of Federal Funds- $118,538,454
    Number of Grantees in the State-31
    Number of Staff in the State– 3,853

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Alabama (PDF)
  • Child Care in Alaska:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 4,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $11,850,115
    Funds Spent on Quality- $8,254,966
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-1,098
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 29

    Head Start in Alaska:
    Number of Children Served– 3,495
    Amount of Federal Funds- $13,700,404
    Number of Grantees in the State-16
    Number of Staff in the State– 866

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in New Jersey (PDF)
  • Child Care in Arizona:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 30,200
    Amount of Federal Funds- $114,936,927
    Funds Spent on Quality- $10,207,014
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-4,460
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 13

    Head Start in Arizona:
    Number of Children Served– 20,959
    Amount of Federal Funds- $114,920,032
    Number of Grantees in the State-23
    Number of Staff in the State– 4,046

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Arizona (PDF)
  • Child Care in Arkansas:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 14,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $48,192,051
    Funds Spent on Quality- $8,596,248
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-1,471

    Head Start in Arkansas:
    Number of Children Served– 11,123
    Amount of Federal Funds- $71,284,596
    Number of Grantees in the State-22
    Number of Staff in the State– 3,229

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Arkansas (PDF)
  • Child Care in California:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 110,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $537,042,529
    Funds Spent on Quality- $101,853,900
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-74,590
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 36

    Head Start in California:
    Number of Children Served– 111,940
    Amount of Federal Funds- $913,314,091
    Number of Grantees in the State-102
    Number of Staff in the State– 23,783

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in California (PDF)
  • Child Care in Colorado:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 16,700
    Amount of Federal Funds- $64,530,465
    Funds Spent on Quality- $19,221,704
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-3,578
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 2

    Head Start in Colorado:
    Number of Children Served– 11,598
    Amount of Federal Funds- $76,084,025
    Number of Grantees in the State-42
    Number of Staff in the State– 3,561

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Colorado (PDF)
  • Child Care in Connecticut:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 9,000
    Amount of Federal Funds- $51,325,327
    Funds Spent on Quality- $9,407,235
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-8,959
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 1

    Head Start in Connecticut:
    Number of Children Served– 7,153
    Amount of Federal Funds- $56,483,153
    Number of Grantees in the State-18
    Number of Staff in the State– 1,728

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Connecticut (PDF)
  • Child Care in Delaware:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 6,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $14,806,492
    Funds Spent on Quality- $450
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-1,634

    Head Start in Delaware:
    Number of Children Served– 1,298
    Amount of Federal Funds- $14,582,960
    Number of Grantees in the State-3
    Number of Staff in the State– 272

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Delaware (PDF)
  • Child Care in District of Columbia:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 1,800
    Amount of Federal Funds- $9,915,382
    Funds Spent on Quality- $82,675
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-365

    Head Start in District of Columbia:
    Number of Children Served– 3,344
    Amount of Federal Funds- $27,047,852
    Number of Grantees in the District- 7
    Number of Staff in the District– 1,290

    Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in District of Columbia (PDF)
  • Child Care in Florida:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 99,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $246,659,851
    Funds Spent on Quality- $92,118,541
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-11,064
    Number of Tribal Grantees– 1

    Head Start in Florida:
    Number of Children Served– 42,007
    Amount of Federal Funds- $294,050,811
    Number of Grantees in the State– 45
    Number of Staff in the State– 10,469

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Florida (PDF)
  • Child Care in Georgia:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 70,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $182,225,609
    Funds Spent on Quality- $36,942,333
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds-7,096

    Head Start in Georgia:
    Number of Children Served– 25,292
    Amount of Federal Funds- $187,289,495
    Number of Grantees in the State– 30
    Number of Staff in the State– 5,394

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Georgia (PDF)
  • Child Care in Hawaii:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 11,200
    Amount of Federal Funds- $18,358,781
    Funds Spent on Quality- $8,541,227
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 8,792
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in Hawaii:
    Number of Children Served– 3,178
    Amount of Federal Funds- $24,750,678
    Number of Grantees in the State– 6
    Number of Staff in the State-609

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Hawaii (PDF)
  • Child Care in Idaho:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 7,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $15,565,302
    Funds Spent on Quality- $4,651,969
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 1,096
    Number of Tribal Grantees–4

    Head Start in Idaho:
    Number of Children Served– 4,299
    Amount of Federal Funds- $25,538,415
    Number of Grantees in the State– 12
    Number of Staff in the State-1,424

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Idaho (PDF)
  • Child Care in Illinois:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 71,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $207,477,477
    Funds Spent on Quality- $53,684,132
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 76,836

    Head Start in Illinois:
    Number of Children Served– 42,224
    Amount of Federal Funds- $298,559,425
    Number of Grantees in the State– 47
    Number of Staff in the State-8,804

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Illinois (PDF)
  • Child Care in Indiana:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 35,300
    Amount of Federal Funds- $108,786,208
    Funds Spent on Quality- $15,457,380
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 4,270

    Head Start in Indiana:
    Number of Children Served– 14,935
    Amount of Federal Funds- $107,840,984
    Number of Grantees in the State– 40
    Number of Staff in the State-3,175

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Indiana (PDF)
  • Child Care in Iowa:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 15,700
    Amount of Federal Funds- $44,131,123
    Funds Spent on Quality- $12,655,376
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 6,809
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in Iowa:
    Number of Children Served– 8,163
    Amount of Federal Funds- $56,555,143
    Number of Grantees in the State– 18
    Number of Staff in the State-1,918

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Iowa (PDF)
  • Child Care in Kansas:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 20,700
    Amount of Federal Funds- $45,543,234
    Funds Spent on Quality- $15,449,513
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 6,475
    Number of Tribal Grantees–3

    Head Start in Kansas:
    Number of Children Served– 9,550
    Amount of Federal Funds- $56,493,661
    Number of Grantees in the State– 27
    Number of Staff in the State-2,353

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Kansas (PDF)
  • Child Care in Kentucky:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 30,900
    Amount of Federal Funds- $76,774,230
    Funds Spent on Quality- $16,936,455
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 4,389

    Head Start in Kentucky:
    Number of Children Served– 17,276
    Amount of Federal Funds- $119,070,940
    Number of Grantees in the State– 33
    Number of Staff in the State-4,194

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Kentucky (PDF)
  • Child Care in Louisiana:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 42,300
    Amount of Federal Funds- $81,556,649
    Funds Spent on Quality- $24,796,846
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 5,159
    Number of Tribal Grantees–2

    Head Start in Louisiana:
    Number of Children Served– 23,147
    Amount of Federal Funds- $160,185,704
    Number of Grantees in the State– 47
    Number of Staff in the State-4,988

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Louisiana (PDF)
  • Child Care in Maine:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 2,300
    Amount of Federal Funds- $13,944,160
    Funds Spent on Quality- $5,305,280
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 1,079
    Number of Tribal Grantees–5

    Head Start in Maine:
    Number of Children Served– 3,799
    Amount of Federal Funds- $30,187,064
    Number of Grantees in the State– 14
    Number of Staff in the State-1,309

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Maine (PDF)
  • Child Care in Maryland:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 24,900
    Amount of Federal Funds- $79,018,419
    Funds Spent on Quality- $11,708,966
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 9,748

    Head Start in Maryland:
    Number of Children Served– 10,672
    Amount of Federal Funds- $85,450,156
    Number of Grantees in the State– 18
    Number of Staff in the State-2,196

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Maryland (PDF)
  • Child Care in Massachusetts:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 25,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $102,679,542
    Funds Spent on Quality- $25,486,402
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 18,577
    Number of Tribal Grantees–2

    Head Start in Massachusetts:
    Number of Children Served– 13,494
    Amount of Federal Funds- $117,950,785
    Number of Grantees in the State– 31
    Number of Staff in the State-4,210

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Massachusetts (PDF)
  • Child Care in Michigan:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 52,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $145,788,606
    Funds Spent on Quality- $38,321,152
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 35,426
    Number of Tribal Grantees–8

    Head Start in Michigan:
    Number of Children Served– 36,512
    Amount of Federal Funds- $256,329,651
    Number of Grantees in the State– 42
    Number of Staff in the State-7,301

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Michigan (PDF)
  • Child Care in Minnesota:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 28,600
    Amount of Federal Funds- $79,865,931
    Funds Spent on Quality- $13,013,031
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 17,368
    Number of Tribal Grantees–10

    Head Start in Minnesota:
    Number of Children Served– 15,075
    Amount of Federal Funds- $79,494,477
    Number of Grantees in the State– 36
    Number of Staff in the State-3,490

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Minnesota (PDF)
  • Child Care in Mississippi:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 33,900
    Amount of Federal Funds- $56,171,496
    Funds Spent on Quality- $8,649,103
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 8,110
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in Mississippi:
    Number of Children Served– 27,544
    Amount of Federal Funds- $174,610,322
    Number of Grantees in the State– 21
    Number of Staff in the State-6,523

    State Fact Shee: Making a Difference in Mississippi (PDF)
  • Child Care in Missouri:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 38,300
    Amount of Federal Funds- $97,981,936
    Funds Spent on Quality- $68,183,302
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 8,568

    Head Start in Missouri:
    Number of Children Served– 17,880
    Amount of Federal Funds- $131,620,071
    Number of Grantees in the State– 21
    Number of Staff in the State-4,663

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Missouri (PDF)
  • Child Care in Montana:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 4,900
    Amount of Federal Funds- $14,366,993
    Funds Spent on Quality- $2,457,798
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 2,227
    Number of Tribal Grantees–7

    Head Start in Montana:
    Number of Children Served– 4,801
    Amount of Federal Funds- $22,933,414
    Number of Grantees in the State– 22
    Number of Staff in the State-1,429

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Montana (PDF)
  • Child Care in Nebraska:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 12,800
    Amount of Federal Funds- $33,502,496
    Funds Spent on Quality- $9,201,413
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 3,647
    Number of Tribal Grantees–4

    Head Start in Nebraska:
    Number of Children Served– 5,857
    Amount of Federal Funds- $39,923,325
    Number of Grantees in the State– 19
    Number of Staff in the State– 1,687

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Nebraska (PDF)
  • Child Care in Nevada:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 5,100
    Amount of Federal Funds- $33,700,968
    Funds Spent on Quality- $6,557,934
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 1,496
    Number of Tribal Grantees–7

    Head Start in Nevada:
    Number of Children Served– 3,462
    Amount of Federal Funds- $27,655,675
    Number of Grantees in the State– 9
    Number of Staff in the State– 731

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Nevada (PDF)
  • Child Care in New Hampshire:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 5,200
    Amount of Federal Funds- $16,083,358
    Funds Spent on Quality- $2,046,398
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 1,778

    Head Start in New Hampshire:
    Number of Children Served– 1,764
    Amount of Federal Funds- $14,760,808
    Number of Grantees in the State– 5
    Number of Staff in the State– 500

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in New Hampshire (PDF)
  • Child Care in New Jersey:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 38,400
    Amount of Federal Funds- $109,162,542
    Funds Spent on Quality- $26,654,935
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 7,632

    Head Start in New Jersey:
    Number of Children Served– 16,753
    Amount of Federal Funds- $142,163,084
    Number of Grantees in the State– 25
    Number of Staff in the State– 4,543

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in New Jersey (PDF)
  • Child Care in New Mexico:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 23,200
    Amount of Federal Funds- $38,752,929
    Funds Spent on Quality- $8,052,700
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 3,988
    Number of Tribal Grantees–15

    Head Start in New Mexico:
    Number of Children Served– 9,682
    Amount of Federal Funds- $58,583,088
    Number of Grantees in the State– 34
    Number of Staff in the State– 2,405

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in New Mexico (PDF)
  • Child Care in New York:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 129,700
    Amount of Federal Funds- $302,848,261
    Funds Spent on Quality- $86,953,791
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 62,898
    Number of Tribal Grantees–3

    Head Start in New York:
    Number of Children Served– 56,771
    Amount of Federal Funds- $473,230,126
    Number of Grantees in the State– 102
    Number of Staff in the State– 15,209

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in New York (PDF)
  • Child Care in North Carolina:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 86,200
    Amount of Federal Funds- $193,464,498
    Funds Spent on Quality- $26,937,837
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 7,501
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in North Carolina:
    Number of Children Served– 24,880
    Amount of Federal Funds- $159,627,572
    Number of Grantees in the State– 54
    Number of Staff in the State– 6,907

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in North Carolina (PDF)
  • Child Care in North Dakota:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 3,900
    Amount of Federal Funds- $9,664,803
    Funds Spent on Quality- $3,440,042
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 2,162
    Number of Tribal Grantees–5

    Head Start in North Dakota:
    Number of Children Served– 3,426
    Amount of Federal Funds- $18,998,575
    Number of Grantees in the State– 14
    Number of Staff in the State– 966

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in North Dakota (PDF)
  • Child Care in Ohio:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 44,400
    Amount of Federal Funds– $203,331,945
    Funds Spent on Quality- $38,047,551
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 12,606

    Head Start in Ohio:
    Number of Children Served– 39,366
    Amount of Federal Funds- $272,267,158
    Number of Grantees in the State– 54
    Number of Staff in the State– 7,458

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Ohio (PDF)
  • Child Care in Oklahoma:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 26,400
    Amount of Federal Funds– $77,661,646
    Funds Spent on Quality- $11,212,590
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 2,836
    Number of Tribal Grantees–36

    Head Start in Oklahoma:
    Number of Children Served– 17,170
    Amount of Federal Funds- $91,151,052
    Number of Grantees in the State– 34
    Number of Staff in the State– 4,102

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Oklahoma (PDF)
  • Child Care in Oregon:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 22,700
    Amount of Federal Funds– $63,415,026
    Funds Spent on Quality- $18,858,763
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 22,434
    Number of Tribal Grantees–9

    Head Start in Oregon:
    Number of Children Served– 14,885
    Amount of Federal Funds- $66,205,368
    Number of Grantees in the State– 28
    Number of Staff in the State– 5,973

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Oregon (PDF)
  • Child Care in Pennsylvania:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 96,700
    Amount of Federal Funds– $180,793,982
    Funds Spent on Quality- $40,882,704
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 30,543

    Head Start in Pennsylvania:
    Number of Children Served– 37,070
    Amount of Federal Funds- $250,062,285
    Number of Grantees in the State– 62
    Number of Staff in the State– 8,145

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Pennsylvania (PDF)
  • Child Care in Rhode Island:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 5,600
    Amount of Federal Funds– $17,158,163
    Funds Spent on Quality- $2,653,267
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 1,043
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in Rhode Island:
    Number of Children Served– 3,004
    Amount of Federal Funds- $24,019,635
    Number of Grantees in the State– 8
    Number of Staff in the State– 693

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Rhode Island (PDF)
  • Child Care in South Carolina:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 19,600
    Amount of Federal Funds– $72,130,991
    Funds Spent on Quality- $16,454,772
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 3,920
    Number of Tribal Grantees–1

    Head Start in South Carolina:
    Number of Children Served– 13,701
    Amount of Federal Funds- $92,680,645
    Number of Grantees in the State– 21
    Number of Staff in the State– 2,958

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in South Carolina (PDF)
  • Child Care in South Dakota:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 5,800
    Amount of Federal Funds– $12,070,841
    Funds Spent on Quality- $3,175,686
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 2,160
    Number of Tribal Grantees–8

    Head Start in South Dakota:
    Number of Children Served– 4,697
    Amount of Federal Funds- $20,634,052
    Number of Grantees in the State– 15
    Number of Staff in the State– 1,239

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in South Dakota (PDF)
  • Child Care in Tennessee:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 52,900
    Amount of Federal Funds– $120,287,186
    Funds Spent on Quality- $37,552,577
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 6,838

    Head Start in Tennessee:
    Number of Children Served– 17,761
    Amount of Federal Funds- $130,885,676
    Number of Grantees in the State– 22
    Number of Staff in the State– 3,794

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Tennessee (PDF)
  • Child Care in Texas:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 140,700
    Amount of Federal Funds– $447,211,598
    Funds Spent on Quality- $104,688,509
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 14,567
    Number of Tribal Grantees–3

    Head Start in Texas:
    Number of Children Served– 80,456
    Amount of Federal Funds- $529,791,786
    Number of Grantees in the State– 90
    Number of Staff in the State– 19,831

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Texas (PDF)
  • Child Care in Utah:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 12,200
    Amount of Federal Funds– $45,756,965
    Funds Spent on Quality- $12,303,675
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 7,588
    Number of Tribal Grantees–2

    Head Start in Utah:
    Number of Children Served– 6,775
    Amount of Federal Funds- $42,274,915
    Number of Grantees in the State– 12
    Number of Staff in the State– 1,715

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Utah (PDF)
  • Child Care in Vermont:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 4,400
    Amount of Federal Funds– $9,717,495
    Funds Spent on Quality- $5,089,150
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds– 2,443

    Head Start in Vermont:
    Number of Children Served– 1,572
    Amount of Federal Funds- $14,653,846
    Number of Grantees in the State– 11
    Number of Staff in the State– 462

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Vermont (PDF)
  • Child Care in Virginia:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 23,300
    Amount of Federal Funds– $103,582,002
    Funds Spent on Quality- $17,080,264

    Head Start in Virginia:
    Number of Children Served– 13,779
    Amount of Federal Funds- $109,393,196
    Number of Grantees in the State– 51
    Number of Staff in the State– 3,522

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Virginia (PDF)
  • Child Care in Washington:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 51,100
    Amount of Federal Funds– $112,607,559
    Funds Spent on Quality- $20,451,203
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds–19,533
    Number of Tribal Grantees–25

    Head Start in Washington:
    Number of Children Served– 17,543
    Amount of Federal Funds- $111,137,972
    Number of Grantees in the State– 51
    Number of Staff in the State– 5,443

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Washington (PDF)
  • Child Care in West Virginia:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 9,100
    Amount of Federal Funds– $31,191,784
    Funds Spent on Quality- $11,229,323
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds–2,519

    Head Start in West Virginia:
    Number of Children Served– 8,260
    Amount of Federal Funds- $55,548,315
    Number of Grantees in the State– 21
    Number of Staff in the State– 2,426

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in West Virginia (PDF)
  • Child Care in Wisconsin:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 20,100
    Amount of Federal Funds– $86,751,510
    Funds Spent on Quality- $13,314,010
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds–7,105
    Number of Tribal Grantees–11

    Head Start in Wisconsin:
    Number of Children Served– 16,567
    Amount of Federal Funds- $100,050,519
    Number of Grantees in the State– 40
    Number of Staff in the State– 4,337

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Wisconsin (PDF)
  • Child Care in Wyoming:
    Average Monthly Children Served – 5,000
    Amount of Federal Funds– $8,603,239
    Funds Spent on Quality- $4,087,524
    Number of Providers Receiving Funds–1,560
    Number of Tribal Grantees–2

    Head Start in Wyoming:
    Number of Children Served– 2,173
    Amount of Federal Funds- $13,181,559
    Number of Grantees in the State– 10
    Number of Staff in the State– 733

    State Fact Sheet: Making a Difference in Wyoming (PDF)

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    • Region 2
    • Region 3
    • Region 4
    • Region 5
    • Region 6
    • Region 7
    • Region 8
    • Region 9
    • Region 10
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