Papa Ola Lōkahi wants to hear from you!

qr_code_pol_logoPlease take 3-minutes to complete the Community Health Pulse Survey developed by Papa Ola Lōkahi.

This Survey is designed to give insight into the health of our communities.

The survey will be available online from October through November 2016. Your responses are anonymous and confidential.

Please go to the following web site:

 www.surveymonkey.com/r/POLpulse

This is the link to Papa Ola Lōkahiʻs webpage:

http://www.papaolalokahi.org/native-hawaiian-health/371-we-want-to-hear-from-you.html

 

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  • Make Time To Take Care of Yourself

    Make Time To Take Care of Yourself

    I want to share a concept that relates to a responsibility you and I have to ensure that we stay healthy and live healthy. A Hawaiian olelo says, “Puali kalo i ka wai ola. Taro for lack of water grows … Continue »
  • The Value of Giving

    The Value of Giving

    We are approaching that time of year when giving a gift to someone means something special. Because of that, I wanted to share the value of giving. Ha‘awi lokomaika‘i means giving freely, openly; doing something right. Ha‘awi wale means giving … Continue »
  • The Value of Respect

    The Value of Respect

    “Me ka mahalo; me ka pono” “Do it with thanksgiving; do it right” When we consider the value of RESPECT, many different aspects come to mind. Respect means admiration, esteem, consideration of other’s rights, wishes, values, and concepts or even an … Continue »
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Ladiesʻ Night Out ~ September 30, 2016

We'd like to extend a very special Mahalo to the individuals, business and agencies that graciously offered their services, expertise and donations to make our 16th Annual Ladies' Night Out event a huge success!! This women's health and wellness event is held annually in memory of Nancy Everett, RN whose valuable guidance and consultation help Hui Mālama Ola Nā 'Ōiwi provide women and children opportunities for health awareness and quality care.