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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

OHA 2021 Annual Report

Each year the Office of Hawaiian Affairs shares its annual report providing details on OHA’s priorities, community impact and organizational spending. As mandated by law, each year our annual report is provided to the Governor and the Legislature. The Governor and Legislature ultimately approve OHA’s biennium budget bill, which provides matching state General Funds to a portion of OHA’s trust funds to help support critical programs and services to the Native Hawaiian community.

In addition, for full transparency and increased public awareness about OHA’s priorities, impact and spending, OHA provides the full annual report as a printed insert in the Ka Wai Ola News, which has a print distribution of approximately 60,000 and 20,000 electronic subscriptions. The annual report is also made available on the Financial Transparency section of the OHA website along with annual reports from previous years.

This year we are proud to share the OHA Fiscal Year 2021 Annual Report. We invite you to view the annual report below.




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OHA Board Chair Statement on Missing and Murdered Native Hawaiian Women and Girls Day

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Scottish museum returns iwi kupuna to Hawaiʻi


OHA Board Chair statement on Public Land Trust Bill clearing the House and Senate floor votes

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OHA Board Chair statement on Public Land Trust bill approved by state legislature

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Statement from OHA Board Chair on $600 million legislative appropriation to DHHL

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