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Welcome to SAASIA!

Tatou ave le faamua I le Atua, o le e ona mea uma lava.  Faamalo le folau manuia I le mamalu o le tatou faalapotopotoga, faamalo le galue, faamalo le onosai.  Faafetai I le mamalu o le aufaigamalaga I le tatou fono lona 31 a le SAASIA na faataunuuina ma le manuia mai I le Atua, I Samoa 2015.  Ua atoa le 38 tausaga o le SAASIA I le 2015.

Tofamamao o le SAASIA  (Philosophy)

O SAASIA e mautu i le atia’e ma le siitia atili o le a’oa’oina i A’oga Amata i le taualoa o le gagana ma aganuu Samoa ma le faaKerisiano.

SAASIA promotes learning and teaching of Samoan language, culture and Christian beliefs in A’oga Amata.

Otootoga o le Talafaasolopito o le SAASIA (Brief history of SAASIA)

  • SAASIA was founded in 1987 in Wellington with full participation from the communities in NZ.  With over 20 years since its inception it is clear that SAASIA has had a solid foundation in its philosophy of promoting the use of Samoan culture and language with Christian beliefs in Aoga Amata.  This is evident in the strong usage of the Samoan language in Aoga Amata across the country.
  • SAASIA is a national organisation which provides guidance, support and advice to Aoga Amata across Aotearoa. 
  • SAASIA Board Members are from different parts of the country.  This allows for full participation across the country, allowing for other voices to be heard and avoiding territorial biasedness.
  • SAASIA Board is elected by the AGM delegates every four years.  The selection of the board members rely heavily on the expertise offered by those nominated.  For example, SAASIA board members are not only for ECE expertise, but also other fields such as health, business, legal advisors, carpenters and so forth.  This meant that the board will be multi-purpose to ensure overall operation of the SAASIA organisation.

LAULAUAFONO A LE SAASIA (SAASIA Board Executives)

Taitaifono – Salā Faasaulala Tagoilelagi-Leota (Aukilani)
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Failautusi – Fou Alapati (Ueligitone)
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Teutupe – Sofaea Penn (Aukilani)
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Le’autuli’ilagi Taotua M.F.Sauvao (Ueligitone)
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Ruta McKenzie (Kalaiesetete)
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May Crichton  (Aukilani)
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Tiana Fauolo
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Mulipola Omai
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Karen Taulapapa Su’a
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Faatinā o le SAASIA

Fereni Ete
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Iolesina Tagoilelagi
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Faatamā o le SAASIA

Afioga le Faipule Su’a William Sio