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Maui students promote safer walking and biking

The HEAL Maui, Moloka’i, & Lana’i coalition has been busy working on several great projects these past few months and we would like to highlight the work of the four Bachelors of Science Nursing (BSN) Manoa students who have been working…
2015 Stakeholders Meeting
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Tickets: 2016 Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai‘i Stakeholder Meeting

Please join us for our Annual Tobacco Stakeholder Meeting and Alaka‘i Awards on Friday, November 18th at the Ko‘olau Ballrooms! Registration is now open--the event is $25 for regular admission and $20 for students. The keynote speaker…
HIPHI Staff
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Meet our new staff

We're so excited about the new additions to our staff. On Kaua‘i, we've brought on Bev Brody to coordinate our physical activity and nutrition efforts and Steph Moir to continue the work of our tobacco control coalition. A big mahalo (along…
Wayfinding
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New Pedestrian Wayfinding Signage in Wailuku Town

55 new wayfinding signs promote health by encouraging walking and exploration of Wailuku Town’s hidden and well-known treasures The Wailuku Community Association, in collaboration with the Hawai‘i Public Health Institute (HIPHI) and the…
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Youth Council Retreat Brings 44 Youth Together To Learn, Share & Connect

On August 13th, the Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Hawai‘i (CTFH)  held a Youth Council retreat at Secret Island Beach on Oahu. A total of 44 participants took part in the event representing O‘ahu , Hawai‘i Island, Kaua‘i, Maui, and…
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How an idea becomes law

For many, the process of how an idea becomes a law can be pretty overwhelming.  Especially in Hawai‘i where there are literally thousands of bills introduced each year at the start of the legislative session. If you’ve ever wondered what…
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Kick Butts Day 2016 attended by 77 youth!

On March 24th, CTFH hosted a Kick Butts Day event and rally at the Hawai‘i State Capitol. The theme for this year's Kick Butts Day was the Youth Council’s chosen policy priority: prohibiting smoking, including electronic smoking devices,…
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New laws to tackle tobacco use launch with new year

Historic laws go into effect January 1, 2016. Today, Hawai`i becomes the first state in the nation to raise the legal age to purchase or consume tobacco products to 21. This is a crowning achievement for the our public health community and…