|Welcome to the Papakilo Database|
Important note: The Papakilo Database no longer requires mandatory login in order to search and browse documents. However, login is still required in order to use features such as favorites or the ability to add notes to documents.
There are three ways to access the information in the database.
Click Here to learn how to use Papakilo
Click Here to check out the Papakilo Training Tutorial
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For more online OHA Resources, click on the following:
- Kamakako'i - a cutting edge tool that leverages technology to engage, inform, activate and rally the Hawaiʻi community around voices on the cutting edge of community issues.
- Kipuka Database - a geographical information system (GIS) that utilizes the latest mapping technologies to provide a window into native Hawaiian land, culture and history. Kipuka links historic data sets to geographic locations reinforcing the concept of information embedded in the ‘aina (land), encoded in the wahi inoa (place name).
- OHA Native Hawaiian Databook - produced as a response to OHA’s fiduciary obligation of compiling “basic demographic data on native Hawaiians and Hawaiians” and identify “the physical, sociological, psychological, and economic needs of native Hawaiians and Hawaiians” [Hawai‘i Revised Statute, Chapter 10, Section 10–6(1)]. The objective of the data book at the time was to serve as a resource for information about the Native Hawaiian population to the Native Hawaiian community and general public.
- OHA Website - To mālama (protect) Hawai'i's people and environmental resources and OHA's assets, toward ensuring the perpetuation of the culture, the enhancement of lifestyle and the protection of entitlements of Native Hawaiians, while enabling the building of a strong and healthy Hawaiian people and nation, recognized nationally and internationally.