Western Samoa Web Directory. Top / regional / Pacific Islands / (western) samoa Pacific GenWebsamoa Genealogy and local history for (western) samoa and American samoa. http://www.reference.com/Dir/Regional/Pacific_Islands/Western_Samoa/
Samoa - Bibliography exploration of the regional development Racial attitudes of New Zealand officials in (western) samoa 1987 New Zealand journal of history http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Niue History, Niue US Department of StateBackground Notes (western) samoa, June 1996Bureau of East The South Pacific regional Environment Program (SPREP) has existed for http://creekin.net/k16039-n138-niue-history-niue.html
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History Of The National University Of Samoa Seventeen years later, (western) samoa became the first Pacific Island nation to up of its regional College of Tropical Agriculture in samoa at Alafua. http://www.nus.edu.ws/birthday/history.php
Extractions: The end of the Second World War in 1945 started the process of de-colonisation world-wide. Seventeen years later, Western Samoa became the first Pacific Island nation to gain independence. Nation building required more access to post secondary training than that which had already been made available to them in the home countries by their former colonial masters. Against this backdrop, The University of the South Pacific (USP) was established in 1968 to cater for the needs of the south Pacific region. However, along with the wave of de-colonisation came the realisation among some of the Pacific Island countries that in order to be true to the democratic principle of self determination, each country must have its own institution of higher learning. It would be the function of such institutions to cater for the identified needs of their respective countries. Western Samoa was among the first Pacific Island countries to entertain that dream. The idea had always been around since independence in 1962. It was given more meaning following the establishment of The University of the South Pacific, and especially with the setting up of its Regional College of Tropical Agriculture in Samoa at Alafua. It was another two decades before Western Samoa tried to make her dream a reality.
Samoa Country Profile on Independent ((western)) samoa history of Independent ((western))samoa For more regional information on samoa, go to http://www.pacificislandtravel.com/samoa/samoa.html
Extractions: About us Send me a Brochure Tripbuilder (Shopping Cart) Send me a Quotation ... Pacific News member of Samoa (Introduction) Although Savai'i is the largest island of the Samoan archipelago, the capital Apia is on the more populated island of Upolu, which is also the seat of government and centre of commerce. Savai'i is considerably less developed than Upolu, dotted with secluded beaches and crowned in the centre by the 609ft Mt Matavanu, whose eruptions in 1905 caused the people to migrate to neighboring Upolu. For information on American Samoa, go to Tutuila For more general information on samoa, go to About the Country or use the buttons at the top. You find also buttons to the products we offer in samoa, eg. hotels, rental cars, excursions and flights. For more general information on Samoa, go to: Country Profile on Independent (Western) Samoa Country Profile on American Samoa Culture of Samoa Culture of Tokelau ... Visitors Info For more regional information on Samoa, go to:
SPC - Our History One of the oldest regional organisations in the world, SPC celebrated its 50thanniversary When New Zealand granted (western) samoa independence in 1962, http://www.spc.int/ac/history.htm
Extractions: September 23, 2005 Serving Pacific island communities One of the oldest regional organisations in the world, SPC celebrated its 50th anniversary on 6 February 1997. It is a non-political, technical assistance and research body, fills a consultative and advisory role. SPC has constantly evolved, both reflecting and shaping the island regionalism that has built today's Pacific. Its capacity to adapt to the changing needs of both territories and independent island countries has enabled SPC to survive for more than half a century and will ensure its continuing role in the social and economic development of the Pacific Island region. all 22 Island countries and territories are full members , along with the five remaining founding powers (the Netherlands is no longer a member; the United Kingdom, which had earlier resigned, rejoined in 1998). Each member can exercise one vote at the Conference of the Pacific Community, although debates are usually resolved by the Pacific way of consensus (general agreement) rather than a vote.
WESTERN SAMOA -- Encyclopædia Britannica (western) samoa A constitutional monarchy and member of the Commonwealth, Provides information on regional attractions, culture, history, events, http://www.britannica.com/eb/article?tocId=9113938
SPC History One of the oldest regional organisations in the world, SPC celebrated its (western) samoa became a full voting member of the Commission on 17 July 1965, http://www.spc.org.nc/history.htm
History Of Samoa - MavicaNET regional Australia and Oceania samoa (Independent) Path to the top Independent State of (western) samoa Culture and history English http://www.mavicanet.com/directory/eng/24225.html
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FIRA-AER Website - History In 1994 Cameroun, Monaco, Armenia are affiliated and the (western) samoa reinstated . A truly European approval, all regional areas being represented, http://www.fira-aer-rugby.com/article_detail.php?article=33