• Inter-Nation Cultural Foundation

  • The program initiates all peoples including native Hawaiian children in learning cultural values and providing cultural skills and practices.

    Please contact Kaimi Hermosura

  • Na keiki koa 4 Haloa

    It is the year 2010, we the children of the rainbow, look towards our ancestors and elders to move forward as we protect the earth, create peace and harmony for universal prosperity and dedicate our lives towards the divine light.

    Please see also HALE ALOHA AINA project.

    What is Na keiki koa 4 Haloa?

    Na keiki koa 4 Haloa is a grass roots non–profit organization (ca-501c-3) that provides native Hawaiian cultural education, experiences, protocol, cultural awareness, community involvement and services, restoration projects, health and well being, self confidence building, and serves as a center for positive energy programs.

    Na keiki koa means the warrior children. The number 4 is an initiative of change for balance, haloa is the elder brother of the ancient Hawaiian native people who was born of the gods Papa and Wakea (earth and sky) then became the kalo or taro plant which was the first human in this cosmology. The Kalo is viewed as the staple food for the native Hawaians today and links to the realms of the divine light.

    What will Na keiki koa 4 Haloa be doing?

    Na keiki koa 4 Haloa is involved in many cultural and educational activities. We will be providing native Hawaiian education such as: Hawaiian/Polynesian language, survival and sustainable living, cultivation of foods, food preparation and gathering, native Hawaiian astronomy and Celestial Navigation, Hawaiian protocols, canoe activities, fishing, hunting, farming, traditional medicine, Hawaiian crafts, ancient ceremony, Restorations and protection of ancient Hawaiian cultural sites, Ahupua'a and community building.

    Who is Na keiki koa 4 Haloa?

    Na keiki koa 4 Haloa is located on the north shore of Kauai in the district of Halele'a. The coordinator and director of Na keiki koa 4 Haloa is Kaimi Hermosura, a Customary Chief, Native Hawaiian Navigator, Konohiki, and a Native Hawaiian traditional religious practitioner for Kauai and Hawaii.

    Kaimi has been involved in many cultural exchanges and experiences that allowed him to practice our skills and share throughout the world and provide sacred teachings to everyone on the path to divine light.