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Thumbnail 21 July 2015: A new research has found that the system of traditional village government in Samoa further proves significant barriers that limit women’s access to and participation in decision-making forums. Without significant participation in leadership decision-making at the village level, it is...
Thumbnail The National University of Samoa (NUS) community will now enjoy a more advanced and manageable information and communication technology network for the years to come. This was made possible through a technical assistance of about 40 manageable CISCO switches and a server that were fully funded and...
Thumbnail The second round of VEX Robotics Samoa competition is taking place at the National University of Samoa (NUS) this week. The competition aims at drawing interests of local college students to trial out robotic projects that showcase their knowledge, skills and attitudes through science and maths...
Thumbnail A newly formed group of Pacific media educators have joined together under the MEP (Media Educators Pacific), with a vision to make a difference in media training and education.  Representing members are currently educators at the Technical, Vocational and Education Training (TVET) Media Institutes from...
Thumbnail   Digital and social media have changed the face of quality journalism over the last decade that media educators in the Pacific must adapt to in the delivery of the new Innovative Teaching Guide. Media educators from the four Technical, Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) in the Pacific...
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