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  • By Joyce McClure

After school program in Yap supports working mothers

Waqab After-School Program

The new Waqab After-School Program for children in grades 2 to 5 officially opened on Jan. 11 with a ribbon cutting by Francis Itimai, director, Department of Youth and Civic Affairs for the state. The project is Yap Fusion’s new initiative to address the challenges that after school care presents. Shown in the photo are, from left, Linda Teteth, Allynna Gilmanna Fithingmew, Derek Yuwun Teteth, Francis Itimai and Tinngig Waayngin officially open the Waqab After-School Program. See full story in the February 2019 issue of the Pacific Island Times.

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