Tisa is a local land, business & ocean owner located on Tutuila, American Samoa. She's a strong advocate for the preservation of her local marine life. Tisa runs a business called "Tisa's Barefoot Bar" where you can experience a local island style luau with Tisa & her family that help her run the business.
Chapman Digital Presents Taukatea Tukuaoga singing FAAVAE LE ATUA SAMOA. This song pays homage to the Samoan Islands. This video is a guerilla style two man show.
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PAGO, PAGO, American Samoa - U.S. Coast Guard personnel identify, assess and respond to damage and pollution reports associated with the earthquake and tsunami that hit American Samoa, Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2009. Numerous Coast Guard units and responders are in American Samoa providing essential relief support and damage assessment on waterways, facilities and aids to navigation.
U.S. Coast Guard video by Petty Officer 3rd Class Luke Clayton
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short clip on the damage done to the Western capitol of American Samoa. The western shoreline wiped out. Houses and buildings in shambles, due to a tsunami caused by a 8.0 earthquake that struck the morning of September 29, 2009. Tulaga reporting.
Footage of the September 29, 2009 tsunami striking (1:48) the parking lot of the building housing the FBI office in American Samoa tsunami FBI American Samoa Hawaii
FBI video Samoa Tsunami wave just before it hits a parking lot full of park cars and people panic and run for there life's
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Tsunami in American Samoa - Tsunami Wave Coming Ashore (BRAND NEW FOOTAGE)
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APIA, Samoa, 2 November 2009 UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO) are giving full support to a nationwide measles and vitamin A immunization campaign by the Samoan Government. The campaign aims to protect more than 32,000 children in the wake of the recent tsunami here.
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The six-week campaign started on 26 October in the tsunami-affected districts of Lalomanu and Poutasi. It aims to immunize the most at-risk group of children those between the ages of six months and five years.
UNICEF is providing essential equipment for the campaign, including vaccines, vitamin A supplements, syringes and safety boxes, as well as cold-chain equipment that is needed to keep vaccines at a constant temperature in the tropical heat. The Samoan National Health Service is conducting the campaign in conjunction with the Ministry of Health and providing trained health workers to administer the vaccinations.