In September 2017, Kula No Nā Po‘e Hawai‘i (KULA) initiated the Papakōlea Kūpuna Community Care Network (KCCN) Project, creating a one-stop shop for kūpuna and their caregivers. The purpose of KCCN is to serve Papakōlea kūpuna and their caregivers through the establishment and operation of a community health care network. To date, 95 kūpuna and caregivers, received programmatic services, through participation in a huaka‘i (excursion), workshops, or receipt of direct health care services.
Studies shows that we are able to lower high blood pressure by utilizing one of our native methods of Hula.
Kuapapa a Uakaniko'o is the name of our community-school garden located between R. L. Stevenson Middle School and Abraham Lincoln Elementary School in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The longest running, self sustaining program Kula no na Po'e Hawai'i has is our Na Lomilomi O Papakolea.