• He wahi leo mahalo kēia! Aha Hoolokahi brought advocates, partners, leaders, professionals, and community members together who are committed to uplifting the health and well-being of our lāhui. It was a successful two-day conference filled with ʻike, ʻai pono, kanikapila, and more at the UH West Oʻahu campus.

    Published On: July 12th, 2023Categories: Blog
  • The Native Hawaiian people have a unique relationship with land and culture, deeply rooted in the concept of Kuleana. Kuleana is a Hawaiian word roughly translated as responsibility and privilege. It refers to the idea that each person has both responsibility and privilege to care for and protect the land and the community to which they belong.

    Published On: May 8th, 2023Categories: Blog
  • Papa Ola Lokahi is seeking a full-time Program Specialist who will be working in Hawai'i with the AANHPI Center of Excellence.

    Published On: May 5th, 2023Categories: Blog
  • Congratulations to eleven (11) awardees in the 2022-2023 cohort of the Native Hawaiian Health Scholarship Program (NHHSP). The recipients include two (2) physicians, a master level social worker, a psychologist and a physician’s assistant. This cohort also has six nursing students: three attaining bachelor’s degrees and three working toward their doctorates.

    Published On: January 11th, 2023Categories: Blog
  • December is HIV/AIDS Awareness month. It’s a reminder that tremendous strides have been made, yet there is still much more to be done to end the epidemic. There are actions, supported by Hawaiian values, that we can take every month to monitor our HIV status and partake in activities that strengthen our bodies as well as our relationships with our ʻohana and community members who are living with HIV and AIDS.

    Published On: December 1st, 2022Categories: Blog