A LEAI SE AGANU'U, ONA PO AI LEA O LE NU'U

NO CULTURE, NO FUTURE

Culture is an inevitable product of human activity. Without culture, and the relative freedom it implies, society, even when perfect, is but a jungle. A nation with culture is blessed. Our Samoan culture grow on the vine of tradition and elevates our sets of beliefs. Culture sets us apart and opens our sense of belonging; a privilege to exist Without culture, we are lost. 

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LAU AGANU'U

Often working hand-in-hand with Lau  Gagana, it's objective is to introduce the Samoan culture to the young Samoan populace through education, and hands-on participation in traditional arts/crafts/cooking/ceremonies/
oratories to perpetuate the knowledge of cultural practices. 

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  • A'oa'oina o Tu ma Aga a Samoa mo le fa'aolaolaina o le Aganu'u Samoa i Hawai'i.

  • U'una'i Tu ma Aga Fa'asamoa i totonu o Ekalesia ma A'oga a le Malo.

    • Tu ma Aga fa'aaloalo (3-18 tausaga)

    • Folafola meataumafa (9-18 tausga) 

    • Folafola Sua/Taufafo (14-18 tausaga) 

    • Folafola Ava (14-25 tausaga)

    • Lauga Feiloa'i

  • Lauga Usu (14-25 tausaga)

  • Lauga Tali (14-25 tausaga)

    • Lauga Fa'afetai o Meataumafa (14-25 tausaga)​

    • Lauga mo Si'i Alofa (18+ tausaga)

    • Lauga Fa'aipoipoga (18+ tausaga)

    • Lauga o Saofa'i (18+ tausaga)

    • Lauga o Maliu (18+ tausaga)

  • Tofa Saili a Ali'i, Faleupolu/To'oto'o, Aufaigaluega totofi a le Atua (Tagata matutua)