New office

Permanent home for Samoa National Provident Fund in Saleleoga

Since 1963, the Fund have been renting space on the Big Island to maintain services Savaii contributors. And 16 years later, SNPF’s permanent residency status is about to become a reality.

In the pipeline is the new SNPF two storey headquarters to be constructed in Salelologa about 50 meters from the Market.

And tentatively, ground-breaking is scheduled for later this month.

New Office for the Samoa High Commission in Wellington

The building is funded by the Unit Trust of Samoa at a cost of $25 million.

The building currently housed by the Samoa's High Commission Office is over 85 years old and was bought by our Government from Britain's High Commission in 1977.

A feasible study by the CCM Architects in 2015 recommended a new home for the High Commissioner, according to a release from the Ministry of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.