MESC Headquarters The Government of Sāmoa recognizes the central role of education, sports and culture in its vision for the social and economic development of Sāmoa. The vision focuses on the achievement of:

"Improved focus on Access to education, training and learning outcomes”

The Ministry’s Vision

In light of the Government’s vision, the Ministry has developed a vision that reflects all areas pertaining to its work in developing education, sports and culture:

“A quality holistic education system that recognizes and realizes the spiritual, cultural, intellectual and physical potential of all participants, enabling them to make fulfilling life choices.”

The Ministry’s Mission

To achieve the Government and Ministry’s vision, a mission statement has been adopted that illustrates the importance of education, sports and culture to the individual, the nation and embraces the idea of personal development.

"Promote quality and sustainable development in all aspects of Education, Sports and Culture to ensure improved opportunities for all”


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