Celebrating Peace Corps Samoa’s 50th Anniversary

50th Anniversary of Peace Corps Samoa July 20, 2017 Press Release On July 28th at the US Embassy Residence in Vailima, guests gathered to enjoy a celebration of Peace Corps Samoa’s 50th Anniversary.  The celebration included songs by the FiaFia Trio who first performed together in the 1970s.  Galumalemana Al Hunkin was there as an ...
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U.S. Embassy Apia Public Diplomacy Small Grants Scheme – up to $5000USD

The U.S. Embassy Apia Small Grants Scheme is a small competitive program offering grants of up to USD $5,000 to indigenous non-government organizations to strengthen democracy, engage youth, promote U.S.-Samoa links, address environmental and health issues, advance science and technology, increase respect for civil society and the rule of law, advance human rights and women’s ...
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88th Group of Peace Corps Volunteers Arrive in Samoa

U.S. Embassy Apia media release. Twenty one Americans arrived in Samoa on Tuesday, joining a select group of citizens who have come to Samoa to serve as Peace Corps Volunteers.   More than 2000 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Samoa since 1967, providing small scale technical assistance and building cross-cultural ties.  The new Volunteers were welcomed ...
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Container Load of Books Arrive From the U.S. – Donated to MESC

A shipping container with over 400 boxes of reading, math, and science books has arrived in Apia, all the way from Pittsburgh, PA, with support from Brother’s Brother Foundation in Pittsburgh and the Rotary Club of Apia . The textbooks are a donation to the Samoan Ministry of Education, Sports, and Culture (MESC).  
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