Tag Archives: Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi

School children from Malifa, Ah Mu Academy and Samoa Primary Schools were warned by the Prime Minister, Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi, against eating sweets at this morning’s launch of the Sugar Crush Week. The nutrition programme was initiated by Nobesity Samoa, in collaboration with the Nutrition department of the Ministry of Health. The programme, funded by […]

STATEMENT BY THE HON PRIME MINISTER TUILAEPA SAILELE MALIELEGAOI AT THE HIGH LEVEL MEETING OF COP 22 MARRAKECH 15 November 2016   Mr President, Excellencies, Distinguished delegates, Ladies and Gentlemen; Over the past year, we collectively contributed to the achievement of a historic turning point in the global fight against climate change. Our solidarity to […]

“Water is life! Its importance to economic, social and environment resilience is limitless, but we continue to see unsustainable development activities that impact and undermine the sustainability of this limited resource not only globally but nationally as well.”

‘Healthy Environment, Healthy People’ is the theme for Environment week 2016. For over twenty years, government has promoted environmental awareness and conservation measures in Samoa with campaigns encouraging community participation and engagement. This year’s theme emphasizes the important link between health and environment. “Through the Ministry of Environment, government has continuously conducted programmes and activities […]

The Governments of the Independent State of Samoa and the People’s Republic of China signed the Economic and Technical Cooperation Agreement this morning which will facilitate the implementation of prioritised projects submitted under China’s grant aid.

        MEDIA RELEASE  23 JUNE 2016    Last week Prime Minister Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi was in Stockholm, Sweden, to attend the annual EAT Forum where he delivered Samoa’s perspective as a nation on the frontlines of climate change; facing the public health burden of Non-Communicable Diseases; and the changes instituted and strategies […]