Past Projects

  • He Huewai Ola

    He Huewai Ola, the living water gourd, symbolically referring to the man as a vessel of life that is guided by the god Kāne. He Huewai Ola project is based on a community-identified need for cultural education activities to prevent domestic and family violence during the Hawaii State stay-at-home order due to the COVID-19 pandemic....

  • Ho‘okahua

    The Ho‘okahua Project is a newest ʻAha Kāne events create in 2018 and is a 12-month initiative that utilizes Hawaiian thought processes to address the physical, economic and social well-being of Native Hawaiian men....

  • Kapahikaua

    Kapahikaua is a federal grant-funded project that is developing future generations of Haku Ho‘oponopono (Lead instructors of ho‘oponopono) in four Native Hawaiian communities: West Moloka‘i, Wai‘anae on O‘ahu, Hāna on Maui, Kekaha on Kaua‘i....

  • Mana ‘Ōlelo

    Mana ‘Ōlelo is a federal grant-funded project that is bringing academic language into a cultural setting in three Native Hawaiian communities on O‘ahu, Maui, and Kaua‘i...

  • Hale Mua Initiative

    The Hale Mua Initiative addresses the issues of socio-cultural disconnectedness and increased health risks among Native Hawaiian kāne by establishing Hale Mua (men's houses) in three Native Hawaiian communities--Keaukaha, Papakōlea, and Wai‘anae. ...



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