Hui Nohona

The Hui Nohona culture team at Partners in Development Foundation strives to bring Native Hawaiian meaning and practice to our everyday lives.

Their work ranges widely from sessions with our Ka Paʻalana program families teaching cooking and fishing practices, to traveling out to our Neighbor Islands for place-based learning and instruction. Our Hui Nohona team works diligently with all programs of our organization to develop and implement comprehensive Native Hawaiian education, grounded in our values and mission.

VIDEO RESOURCES

VIDEO RESOURCES

Nā Huaʻōlelo o Ka Malama

Every week, Hawaiian Cultural Specialist Aaron Mahi presents a word of the week in ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi. This "Hawaiian Words of the Month" series shares Hawaiian vocabulary and grammar, and ʻAnakala Aaron puts each word in the context of a useful phrase.

Mahina Minute

Hawaiian Cultural Specialist Malia Scanlan leads us through the lunar phases with moʻolelo and traditional Hawaiian activities. Through her regular series, Anakē Malia provides historical knowledge, useful practice, and ʻōlelo Hawaiʻi.