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Moloka'i, Hawai'i

Moloka'i, an island in the Hawaiian chain and part of the state of Hawai'i (USA), is approximately 38 miles by 10 miles, and has three volcanoes. The population is 7,000, mainly Hawaiians with some Filipinos and Caucasians. Most of the land is privately owned and there are some large-scale foreign land owners. Moloka'i is known for its dominant Hawaiian cultural heritage, its unspoiled rural character, and its natural beauty and resources. The Moloka'i Enterprise Community has been assisting other islands with community visioning initiatives within the framework of Small Islands Voice.

Click here to read about Small Islands Voice in Moloka'i

To get involved, contact:

Mr Abbey Seth Mayer
Executive Director
MOLOKAIEC Enterprise Community,
Ke Aupuni Lokahi,
P.O.Box 1634,
Kaunakakai, Hawai'i 96748
Tel: 1 808 553 8188
Fax: 1 808 553 8333


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To get involved, contact :


National Co-ordinator
Mr Joe Chilton
Palau Community College
PO Box 9
Koror, 96940
Republic of Palau
T: + 680 488 2470
F: + 680 488 6563

Ms. Tiare Holm
Palau Conservation Society
P.O. Box 1811,
Koror, 96940
Republic of Palau
T: ++ 680 488 3993
F: ++ 680 488 3990

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