About the Native Hawaiian Data Portal
The purpose of the Native Hawaiian Data Portal is to facilitate access to data on Native Hawaiian well-being. Research and data for, by, and about Native Hawaiians are critical to inform strategic, programmatic, policy, and resourcing decisions that align with breaking the cycle of poverty, improving well-being through education, and ultimately furthering an abundant Native Hawaiian lāhui. Building from the Native Hawaiian Education Councilʻs Data Systems Mapping Project (see reference below), this portal provides links to datasets and reports that align to seven Native Hawaiian well-being dimensions.
The Native Hawaiian Data Portal is a cross-organization collaborative effort among Liliuʻokalani Trust, Kamehameha Schools, and The Office of Hawaiian Affairs.
We are seeking feedback on the design, organization, and navigation of this portal and additional data sources. To provide feedback and report issues, please click here. You can track outstanding issues here.
Native Hawaiian Education Council. (2018). Native Hawaiian Education Data Systems Mapping Project (Rep.). Honolulu: HI: Native Hawaiian Education Council.