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We believe that in bringing a single change we will inspire a chain of changes to see us through a lifetime.
CECS will be a driving force and a movement in itself to fight against child labour.
We will strive towards our unshakable commitment towards educating and improving the lives of children and to give our community our resourcefulness.


Community Educational Centre Society was founded in 2005 to help marginalized children through formal and informal education, since then the organization has evolved and has broadened its work from education, to health care, to advocating of child rights, women empowerment and an overall community development. CECS with the strength of 116 staff has now reached out to more than 50 rural villages benefiting more than 2000 households and touching 9000 lives.

Community Educational Centre Society is an organization with a vision to see positive changes in the Naga society and has been trying to mark its presence felt not in name but through its deeds. The Hans Foundation is playing a pivotal role in pushing the work of CECS as a forceful and impactful element in the Naga society, helping us make a difference in the lives of people who need the changes and also help them to overcome the social evils.

With the mission to reach every child through education; spreading Child Rights Awareness; to empower women and helping community to reach its full potential. We aim to work towards the change we want to see and of bringing possibilities for change in the lives of those who need it.

The organizational responsibilities and work grows every day, but the goal to act as ‘Agent of change’ in our society remains the same. People in deprived and needy communities, the rural poor and other unfortunate people in society: with particular attention to the women & child CECS works together with different agencies both governmental & nongovernmental organizations.


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