Research and Evaluation
As Liliʻuokalani Trust (LT) focuses on ending the cycle of poverty and promotes thriving for Native Hawaiian kamaliʻi (children), our Research and Evaluation department is generating reports to highlight some of the social conditions of our kamaliʻi and ways to improve them.
We launch this portal with our first report, the proceedings of Kūkulu Kumuhana: Creating Radical and New Knowledge to Improve Native Hawaiian Wellbeing. The 2017 convening was co-sponsored by Kamehameha Schools, the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, the Consuelo Foundation, Culturally Responsive Evaluation and Assessment Hawaiʻi, the Department of Native Hawaiian Health-John A. Burns School of Medicine, and the Kualoa-Heʻeia Ecumenical Youth (KEY) Project.
Coming soon to our website are LT's first education brief, Disparate Impact of Exclusionary Discipline on Native Hawaiian and other (Pacific Islander) Students, and the Vulnerablilities Profiles of our Hawaiian youth.
| Kūkulu Kumuhana |
| Community Profile Data |
This second report is a set of statistical Community Profiles of the geographic areas LT serves. The statistical data are organized under the domains or “petals” of LT's wellbeing framework, the Pua Liliʻu.