Kalauokekahuli supports Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander pregnant, birthing, and postpartum people by providing culturally-based perinatal support and education. Through Ka ʻĀmana Mentorship Program Cohort ʻElua, they seek to continue directly addressing Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander disparities in birth outcomes by sustainably growing a solid foundation of four additional Kalauokekahuli Koʻokua, supplementing their six Cohort ʻEkahi graduates, to serve the pae ʻāina. These new Kalauokekahuli Koʻokua will contribute to the regeneration of a culturally-rooted, extended-ʻohana network by continuing to offer free, high-quality and culturally-competent perinatal care and services accessible for the advancement of the lāhui and Pasifika communities.