Posted on April 7, 2010 at 9:49pm
Viphoma is a little village perched on a hill top in Nagaland, Northeastern India. It has 80 households with a population of almost 800. The 17th generation of the village is presently making a living out of the land of the village. Like all other villages of Nagaland leaders are democratically selected, not elected. Very few government schemes reach the village because of remoteness and bad road connectivity.
The ACP team from Kekhrie Foundation visit to the village was a dream come… Continue