[heading_2 type=”divider”]Government Corporations[/heading_2][space px=”1″]

mini-gov-logo Electric Power Corporation

[subheading_5]Established in 1972 as a Corporation, the Electric Power Corporation continually reforms itself to fulfill its core function which is to generate, transmit, distribute and sell electricity. EPC now supplies electricity to over 96% of the Samoan population. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][divider_arrow]

mini-gov-logo Land Transport Authority

[subheading_5]The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is a Public Trading Body established on 1 December 2008.
It brings together the Road Asset Management and Road Use Management functions previously carried out by the Ministry of Works, Transport and Infrastructure and the Transport Control Board. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][divider_arrow]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Life Assurance Corporation

[subheading_5]The Samoa Life Assurance Corporation (Samoa Life) is Samoa’s national life office. As life insurers we offer a full range of policies and services to suite nearly every need in the life insurance field. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][divider_arrow]

mini-gov-logo Samoa National Kidney Foundation

[subheading_5]Welcome to the official website of the National Kidney Foundation of Samoa. Please be advised that we will be updating you on all the different activities and also news about our Charity Organization through this website for your information and comfort. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][divider_arrow]

mini-gov-logo Samoa National Provident Fund

[subheading_5]The Samoa National Provident Fund (SNPF) is a compulsory savings scheme for employees (members) established in 1972 and entrusted with “safekeeping of members’ contributions and to generate from the resources provided by these contributions the greatest achievable benefits for members and their dependents during retirement or in the event of earlier death or incapacitation. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Ports Authority

[subheading_5]Vision Statement: To become a regional hub in the South Pacific.
Mission Statement: To develop and maintain the port infrastructure that will meet Samoa’s economic and social requirements and will provide safe, efficient, reliable and profitable port services for Apia, Mulifanua, Salelologa and Asau Ports. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Public Trust

[subheading_5]In accordance with the Public Trust Office Act 1975, our core/primary functions are as follows:
i. Administration of estates of deceased people;
ii. Provision of trustee functions including the management of affairs of infants and people of unsound mind, etc.;
iii. Provision of a will making service;
iv. Proper management of estate and trust funds. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Qualifications Authority

[subheading_5]SQA is the principal organization mandated to provide policy advice, coordinate, regulate qualifications and quality standards, promote links and learning pathways and quality assure Post School Education and Training (PSET) in Samoa …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Sports Facilities Authority

[subheading_5]The Samoa Sports Facilities Authority (SSFA) was established in 2007 by the Samoa Sports Facilities Authority Act 2007, which would now include all of the facilities that were constructed and managed under the South Pacific Games Authority Act 2007 and the Apia Park and Sports Facilities Board Act 1995. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Tourism Authority

[subheading_5]Talofa Lava and welcome to the Treasured Islands of the South Pacific – Samoa! Here you will find information on events, accommodation, attractions, services …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]

mini-gov-logo Samoa Water Authority

[subheading_5]The Samoa Water Authority (SWA) is the major water service provider in Samoa. We are committed to providing safe and good quality water and waste water services for Samoa as a whole. …Visit Website[/subheading_5][space px=”10″][divider_top]