Papa Ola Lōkahi Nānā I Ka Pono Nā Ma
A quick reference to the workof Papa Ola Lōkahi, the Native Hawaiian Health ScholarshipProgram and the five Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems, authorized by Congress through the Native Hawaiian Health Care Act of 1988 “to raise the health status of Native Hawaiians to the highest level possible.”
Strategic Plan 2007 - 2011
This plan is created with the mana'o and support of our community. We are the indigenous people of this land, our mokuloa, which we know as Hawai'i Nei and which our ancestors first settled over tow millennia ago.
POL Newsletter Niu Maka 2014 Makalii
Ke Au Hou. It’s a new era for Hawaiian Health. Papa Ola Lōkahi (POL) is reaching out to our members, health partners and beyond to explore broad, cross-sector partnerships to develop a master plan for improving the health status of Native Hawaiians across the lifespan, from keiki to kupuna.
Niu Maka, POL Newsletter, 2014 Kauwela
Papa Ola Lōkahi recently convened kūpuna councils from all islands to discuss diverse issues related to providing traditional Hawaiian healing modalities through health care delivery systems at the Native Hawaiian Health Care Systems (NHHCSs). It was a good opportunity to freely share their stories with one another.
The following chronology is an attempt to identify major public policy events around which discussion of traditional Native Hawaiian healing practices has occurred. It is not a comprehensive listing of all activities that have occurred during the past two decades around traditional Hawaiian healing practices.
Hawaiian Health Timeline and Events
Mission: To improve the health status and well-being of Native Hawaiians and others by ad vocating for, initiating and maintaining Mission: To improve the health status and well-being of Native Hawaiians and others by advocating for, initiating and maintaining culturally appropriate strategic actions aimed at improving the physical, mental and spiritual health and wellness of Native Hawaiians culturally appropriate strategic actions aimed at improving the physical, mental and spiritual health and wellness of Native Hawaiians and their ohana and em powering them to determine their own destinies. PAPA OLA LÖKAHI powering them to determine their own destinies.
The Hawaii Uninsured Project
Native Hawaiian Work Group Moves Forward The Hawai‘i Uninsured Project’s Native Hawaiian Work Group, formed earlier this year, met to discuss Native Hawaiian health issues and determine goals and objectives.
Pacific Health Dialog: The Health of Native Hawaiians.
Out of print copies may be found in libraries or private collections.
Pacific Health Dialog: E Ola Na Kini E, The Health of the Hawaiians.
Limited copies available at Papa Ola Lōkahi.
Threads in the Human Tapestry
The Disaggregation of the API Identifier, and the Importance of Having the Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander Catagory in Data Collection, Analysis, and Reporting, 2007