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OHA board approves revisions to trustee protocol allowance

HONOLULU (May 2, 2019) – The OHA Board today approved substantial revisions to its Trustee Protocol Allowance that reduce each trustee’s allowance; limit what the funds can be used for; and establish accountability safeguards, thereby addressing the state auditor’s concerns…

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OHA releases ʻĀina Summit Report and Call to Action

HONOLULU (April 26, 2019) – Coinciding with Earth Day earlier this week, OHA has released a community-driven report that details the current challenges of protecting our ʻāina and offers recommendations to improve the sustainable management of Hawaiʻi’s natural and cultural…

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OHA hosts “Maolipreneur” small business workshops on Molokaʻi

KAUNAKAKAI (April 23, 2019) – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) is hosting a series of free small business strategy workshops on Molokaʻi, with the next one scheduled for April 30. The “Maolipreneur” Community Workshop Series will consist of five…

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OHA to host suicide prevention trainings on Kauaʻi

LĪHUʻE (April 17, 2019) – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs is partnering with community-based organizations to host a series of free suicide prevention trainings called “safeTALK” beginning April 18. The trainings are in response to Kauaʻi community’s request for help…

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OHA recognizes four Hawaiian language immersion students at the state science fair

HONOLULU (April 10, 2019) – The Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) today recognized four students whose Hawaiian language science projects qualified for this year’s state science fair, which is being held this week at the Hawaiʻi Convention Center. OHA officials…

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OHA loan programs move to new office

OHA’s Native Hawaiian Revolving Loan Fund (NHRLF) program and Consumer Micro-Loan Program (CMLP) will be moving to new office space at Nā Lama Kukui this week. The move will create a storefront presence for NHRLF and CMLP, which will increase…

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