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'Amanave (Samoan: 'Āmanave) is a village on the coast of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. It is located close to the island's western tip, Cape Taputapu, and to the south of the village of Poloa. It is located in Lealataua County. The village is in an area which is renowned for its rugged volcanic coastline. After its confluence with its tributaries near central parts of the village, discharges into the Pacific from 'Amanave Bay.

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  • 'Amanave (Samoan: 'Āmanave) is a village on the coast of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. It is located close to the island's western tip, Cape Taputapu, and to the south of the village of Poloa. It is located in Lealataua County. The village is in an area which is renowned for its rugged volcanic coastline. After its confluence with its tributaries near central parts of the village, discharges into the Pacific from 'Amanave Bay.
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  • 'Amanave (Samoan: 'Āmanave) is a village on the coast of Tutuila Island, American Samoa. It is located close to the island's western tip, Cape Taputapu, and to the south of the village of Poloa. It is located in Lealataua County. 'Amanave was severely damaged by the 2009 tsunami. However, of a population of about 500 residents, no deaths were recorded. When the tsunami approached, emergency information was sent by radio and a bell rang in the village. After the tsunami, some residents followed the advice of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and moved into houses on a higher elevation. Its mayor Aveao Faausu Fonoti received the Community Resiliency Leadership Award at the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center in 2010, due to his handling of the 2009 tsunami. The executive director of the center told reporters: "In spite of the fact that something like eighty percent of his village was destroyed, there were no casualties. And based on our research we found that many lives were saved because of his bravery, his leadership, his knowledge." The village is in an area which is renowned for its rugged volcanic coastline. After its confluence with its tributaries near central parts of the village, discharges into the Pacific from 'Amanave Bay.
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