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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs


As a community engager, OHA works collaboratively with the Native Hawaiian community and general public by sharing information through multiple communication channels that connect the organization with beneficiaries, communities and networks.

The needs of the Hawaiian people are many, and OHA cannot achieve its vision of raising a beloved lāhui alone. OHA seeks to work with specific community collaborators to impact positive change in the areas of education, health, housing and economics and strives to connect all organizations and entities that serve the lāhui. Here are just a few of our partners that we are working with.

Kamehameha Schools
Queen Liliʻuokalani Trust
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Sovereign Council of Hawaiian Homestead Associations
Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument
Native Hawaiian Chamber oCommerce
Hui Oihana Chamber
Native Hawaiian Chamber of Commerce


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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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