Sunday, August 14, 2022

Miraculum Society launched in Kohima

Correspondent

With an objective to nurture and build the young minds and educate the youth, “Miraculum society” was launched along with Project Creativity Centre for Children (CCC) at Crescent International Hotel, here, on Friday.
Launching the NGO, National People’s Party (NPP) Nagaland President, Dr. Andrew Ahoto Sema lauded the dynamic philanthropist, former Miss Nagaland 2019, Vikuonuo Sachu, and acknowledged her initiative.
Dr. Andrew said it took courage and patience to bring reformation into a society where several NGOs exists but only a few actually worked for causes they stood for. He encouraged the crowd to sow seeds of hope, love and opportunity and not to be selfish in propagating these virtues.
Citing the example of a young bonsai, which can be bend during the tender stage, he urged upon the gathering to shape young minds at their initial stage.
Meanwhile, advisor for Task Force for Music & Arts (TAFMA), Theja Meru lauded the initiative and advised the gathering to dream big. Citing the examples of the Naga youth who have been receiving national and worldwide recognition, Meru advised the gathered youth to “go forward” and bring laurels.
In her speech, Vikuonuo Sachu said the main purpose of the NGO was to provide opportunities for study, research for anyone by arranging educational seminars and meetings.
The organisation also envisages offering cooperation and assistance to schemes which work in accordance with the objective of the society, irrespective of schemes which were states or central government, public or government agencies, she informed.
She informed that it would actively engage with educational institutions and promote cultural understandings among people while offering assistance and support to such trusts or societies and respond to their invitation for somebody in dire need of help.
Stating that quality education was inaccessible to most people in rural areas, Project CCC, Noklak district, general secretary, Agnis Ngullie presented an overview of the project and informed that the NGO was striving to provide access to learning materials to the people in the border areas.
Ngullie said its prime role was to establish a library and that film shows, fancy dress, dramas and recitation would be organised in order to nurture the young minds.
The programme was chaired by Kevinunyu Mere, invocation by CRC Bayavu, assistant pastor, Sedekhriezo and welcome address was delivered by Lovi Jidoji.
Later, vote of thanks was proposed by advisor to the Miraculum society, Dode Nakhro. It may be mentioned that the CCC project is partnered with TAFMA.

SourceNPN

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