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OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs
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Health Outcomes

Supporting initiatives, leveraging partnerships, engaging in strategies to promote healthy and strong families.

Strategic Outcome: Strengthened ʻŌiwi (Cultural Identity), Ea (Self-Governance), ʻĀina Momona (Healthy Lands and People), Pilina (Relationships), Waiwai (Shared Wealth), Ke Akua Mana (Spirituality)

Strategy 3: Advance policies, programs and practices that strengthen Hawaiian well-being, including physical, spiritual, mental and emotional health.

  • 3.1. Increased availability and access to quality, culturally based, and culturally adapted prevention and treatment interventions in ʻohana, schools, and communities; (E Ola Mau a Mau)
  • 3.2. Establishment of a fully functional, high quality, culturally adapted, primary Native Hawaiian Health System which coordinates effective wellness activities/ programs; (E Ola Mau a Mau)
  • 3.3. Decrease the number / percent of Native Hawaiians in jails and prison; and
  • 3.4. Communities are empowered to take care of iwi kupuna.

Strategy 4: Advance policies, programs and practices that strengthen the health of the ʻāina and moʻomeheu.

  • 4.1 Preservation and perpetuation of Hawaiian language, culture, traditions, identity and sense of lāhui;
  • 4.2 Increased community stewardship of Hawaiʻi’s natural and cultural resources that foster connection to ‘āina, ʻohana, and communities; and
  • 4.3 Increased restoration of Native Hawaiian cultural sites, landscapes, kulāiwi and traditional food systems.

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