Current Projects

  • Na Leo Keola O Na Kupuna

    Preserving the Healing and Living Voices of Our Elders" features Dennis Kauahi and Earl Kawaʻa as they revive, preserve, and protect the delicate practice of Hoʻoponopono through ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. ...

  • Iwi Kupuna (Ka Imi Naʻau Ao Kaeo & Iwi Kuamoʻo)

    The goal of this is to increase the care and protection of ancestral burial sites and ancestral skeletal remains through traditional and contemporary repatriation practices and whose project objective is that by the end of 36 months...

  • ‘Aha ‘Ohana

    ʻAha ʻOhana recognizes the universal core of society: the family unit. The ‘Aha ‘Ohana movement is composed of kāne, wahine, māhū, kupuna, ʻōpio, and keiki. Together we acknowledge the foundation of a thriving family to be healthy communication, strong relationships, and a sense of identity that positively influences the social determinants of health and well-being among all family members....



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