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Our Programs

Over the years, our organization has served in many capacities in partnerships with various organizations. Through these experiences, we have refined our operations through a holistic and dynamic approach to community, curricula and project development. Our projects are founded on collaboration, integration and sustainability with the purpose to Inspire, Innovate and Reconnect.  

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2022 'Ike 'Āina Pacific Exchange Conference

Koa 'Ike Foundation in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife presents the first annual 'IKE 'ĀINA Pacific Exchange Conference . The program consist of a 10-day cultural exchange hosted in Makaha Valley and culminating in a 2-day conference at the Moana Surfrider Our mission is to integrate Indigenous perspectives in conservation and preservation through service learning and cultural exchange. you can find the exchange program packet below. The conference Agenda and registration will open up on October 23rd 2022.

*Please return completed registration form to

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2022 'Ike 'Aina Pacific Exchange Program

Connect with conservation professionals and cultural practitioners through service learning and international exchange. We are currently recruiting college students for the 2022 spring semester. For more details and the program description, click on the link below

Malae Ha'akoa Cultural Learning Center

Marae Ha'akoa is currently restructuring our services to better service the needs of our community. Our re-launch date is set for March 2022. Sign up for our newsletter to keep updated on the latest news. Click on the link below to stay up-to-date with the latest information.


Curriculum  Development

We are excited to announce that Koa Ike has teamed up with various organizations to cultivate a dynamic home grown set of curricula, that encourages place-based learning initiatives that bridge cultural and scientific perspectives.

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