About OHAI Incorporated

Our projects focus on advancing knowledge about the impact of climate change in Tonga and the Pacific, promoting food security, working with youth groups to address climate change related issues, responding to natural disasters, and celebrating Tonga's treasured culture and art. Since our inception in July 2018, we have established vital domestic and international partnerships. We invite you to join us on a shared mission to make a difference in Tonga and around the globe.

Paula Ma'u, CEO of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communications (MEIDECC) in Tonga (L), Dr. David Sattler, and Uili Lousi (R), 2022

Uili Lousi, United Nations Climate Change Conference, Scotland, 2021

Uili Lousi, United Nations Climate Change Conference, Poland, 2018

Uili Lousi with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Tonga, 2018

Australian High Commissioner to Tonga Rachael Moore, Rhys Logan, Uili Lousi, and Dr. David Sattler discuss climate change in Tonga, 2022

British High Commissioner to Tonga Lucy Joyce and Uili Lousi discuss climate change in Tonga, 2022

OHAI Tonga Board of Directors
Uili Lousi (President), Debra Allan (Senior Administrative Officer)

Uili Lousi (R) and Dr. David Sattler (L) with Hoesung Lee, Chair of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change at the United Nations Climate Change Conference.

Uili Lousi, an internationally renown artist, exhibits his celebrated artistry that pays homage to the Tongan royal motif and depicts the unification of energies that represent interconnectedness of peoples in Tonga and around the globe. 

Uili Lousi at the United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Scotland, 2021.

Tonga is an archipelago located 500 miles southeast of the Fiji Islands and has a population of approximately 108,000 persons. Nearly three-quarters live on the main island of Tongatapu, and about one-quarter live on 35 other islands.