The Lokahi Program is a service-learning peer education program provided by the University Health Services-Manoa, Office of Health Promotion.
Our program is based on the Hawaiian concept of Lokahi, which speaks of balance, harmony and unity for the self in relationship to the body, the mind, the spirit and the rest of the world.
The program teaches students about healthy lifestyles and principles of health promotion. It also trains students to develop and participate in health promotion presentations and activities on campus. For more information about our service-learning events click here.
The Lokahi Program provides classroom presentations on important college health issues tailored to meet your needs. The presentations offered are: Sexual Health, Health and Wellness, Healthy Body Image, W.I.S.H (Why is Smoking Harmful), P.A.R.T.Y. (Presentation of Alcohol and Other Drugs in the College Community), and Safe Date. Each presentation consists of an information update piece followed by interactive activities that promote skill building. Click here for more information about our presentations.