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Using a strategy of local-level and regional studies, the Centre aims to impact policies and perceptions at all levels to help build a more equitable society. C-NES is involved in programmes in the following areas:

  • Health, education and environment
  • Governance
  • Livelihood generation
  • Conflict
  • Participatory planning
  • Gender sensitization and status of women
  • Infrastructure and transport
  • Studies of migration, internal displacement and refugee flow
  • Reviews of social projects and policies through local team
  • Media exchanges and communication


Regional Perspective

The communities of this region need to develop their own unique answers to their problems instead of depending on others. But this cannot happen in isolation.The states of the North East need to look to each other and to their neighbors in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Myanmar, Tibet and Nepal for they must grow together. The markets, skills, natural resources and other advantages need to knit together if the region, one of the poorest in the world, is to progress.


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