OHA: Office of Hawaiian Affairs

Research

OHA prepares reports and conducts surveys intended to help guide strategic direction and policy decisions.

For example, OHA’s research fueled the efforts of a Native Hawaiian Justice Task Force, which was created by the Hawaiʻi Legislature to identify and support comprehensive solutions to concerns about the disproportionate number of Native Hawaiians who are in prison in Hawaiʻi and the U.S. Mainland. OHA’s research also informed the agency’s strategic priorities, which are initiatives aimed at improving the health, education, housing and economic well-being of Native Hawaiians.

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Waʻa Sailing into Honolulu

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  • Kipuka Database

  • Kipuka: An Oasis of Geographically Linked 'Ike

  • Papakilo Database

  • Papakilo Database: Kukulu ka 'ike i ka 'opua

  • Native Hawaiian Data Book

  • Native Hawaiian Data Book: Mohala i ka wai ka maka o ka pua

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