Dimapur, July 27: The team undertaking the Project Nagafy on Saturday, as part of its fundraising drive, launched T-shirts here at Hiyo Café, Dimapur that would sell for Rs 500 and more each and will be made available in selective outlets besides the team attached with the project.
On the occasion, a ‘children art connect’ was also organized in which 11 participants took part.
Project Nagafy is a non-profit initiative of three Naga urban youths Abeto Shohe (photographer and entrepreneur), Kaheli Chophy (model and entrepreneur), and Betoka Swu (activist & photographer) and was formed in the year 2019 with the objectives of reviving and promoting the Naga culture and tradition globally and also to encourage the young generation on self-employment utilizing their talent and creativity.
The project is to bring in youth community collaborators and entrepreneurs and work towards discovering positive capacity that is in cohesion with the unique Naga story.
Nagafy is a creative project that hopes to document and encapsulate this rapid integration of cultures and project Nagaland’s contemporary culture through mediums that are easily accessible to anyone.
The project seeks to photographically represent the ingenuity of Nagas in creative fields like music, art, dance and other forms of creative expression and also identify Naga entrepreneurs who have excelled in their fields.
(Page News Service)