In order to achieve our stated goals of protecting the environment and improving individual and community health, we participate in the following activities.
- Researching, developing, and implementing a curriculum for teaching keiki about the importance of preserving our limited water resources on Oahu and Maui.
- Identifying, researching, and alerting the public about environmental and community health risks.
- Working to improve the fitness of children in Hawai‘i by supporting increased physical activity and healthier diets.
Teaching Our Keiki to Protect the Watersheds
Beginning in 2002, Healthy Hawai‘i Coalition worked with grants awarded from the Kailua Bay Advisory Council on O’ahu, and the State Department of Health Clean Water Branch, to research, develop, and implement a curriculum for teaching our keiki about the importance of preserving our limited water resources.