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2022 'Imi Pono Survey

By: Kelly Simek | LIVING808

It’s that time of the year again, time to take part in the 'Imi Pono survey. The first ever was last year, and it continues with a mission to empower Native Hawaiians to thrive here in the islands and continue to build resilient communities.

Dr. Pālama Lee, Director of Research, Evaluation, and Strategy at Liliʻuokalani Trust and Wendy Kay-kah-hio, Strategy Consultant at Kamehameha Schools

The ʻImi Pono survey, which refers to wholeness and balance, is an annual, statewide survey of Hawaii residents. The survey seeks to provide a more complete picture of wellbeing among Native Hawaiians and Hawaii residents. It was conducted for the first time in 2021 and has just reopened in 2022. This year, the survey asks about community engagement, cultural beliefs and practices, leadership, and family practices.

Read the full article and watch the LIVING808 segment here.

The survey is available to take here.