•To revitalize unique and fundamental cultural values through developing and promoting cultural values of human society.
•To function all its activities in line with traditional Naga Morung institute model (philanthropic institute concerns in lessons of community living, leadership, discipline, hard work and spirit of services, sports, art, music and health etc.).
•Undertake survey, research and evaluation of socio-economic, culture and religious problems and to publish documentary sources, books, periodical journals, monographs, pamphlets, souvenirs, film, videotapes, audio visual aid and CDs etc. to educate the general public.
•Provide relief and rehabilitation.
•Take up various health programme; family welfare, child welfare and help the destitute, handicapped, victims of unexpected circumstances and calamities, and economically backward people.
•Take up integrated development programme; plantation, poultry, piggery, duckery, cattle, rearing bee keeping, goat, sheep etc. for rural and village upliftment to enhance their income with proper guidance and as per geographically and climatically suitable places
•Run scale industries (small) such as food processing, yarning, dying, and handloom.
•Impart training such as cutting, weaving and knitting, handicrafts, carpentry, computer, mechanical and technical, typing and shorthand, in suitable places i.e. rural, backward and tribal areas.
•Empower women in order to bring them to the level of men-folks and to share equal privilege.
•Take up environment and ecological development activities.
•Promote games and sports among the tribals and others to provide recreational facilities and to bring about social integration.
•Open schools, colleges of different streams, Arts, Agricultural Science, Commerce, Theology and Language and cross-cultural college including adult literacy for the illiterates.
•Open care center and training centers for de-addiction cum rehabilitation, counseling, awareness center, HIV/AIDS, population control, orphan, aged and uncared by providing accommodation for such people.
•Have ecumenical set up in concept and nature in all its endeavors through networking, unity, cooperation, collaboration, and ministry.
•Advocate Human Rights for social justice, through training and motivation of the poor, and to support the cause of the poor before the government and the world community.
•Promote Right of information Act to the masses.
The project begins with a humble beginning. No state or central government nor any private agencies came forward to help neither encouraged. However, with all humility the society began the work. The method adopted for the safeguarding of cultural heritage is fourfold; research, documentation, coding and implementation. This process began with identifying the village community through survey report and analyzing the findings.
Lazami village which is believed to be the first ancestral village of Sümi Naga tribe was then selected for the said project. This village is not only the First Sümi Naga village, but also said to have been where many other Naga tribes ie: Lachepumi and Nethophumi village of Angami tribe, Zülhami and Khutsami village of Chekhasang, Longkumer clan of Ao, Kent clan of Rengma, Lotha, Sangtam, and Yimchungrü tribe are said to be immigrated from this ancestral village.
Their Language spoken is the original unpolluted language of Sümi soil, unlike any immigrant Sümis. Lazami language also has affinity with Chekhasang, Mao, Zeliang, and Rongmei. 80 percent of Sümi Cultural life is still intact, which is comparatively higher and better than any other Sümi villages or Nagas in general. Those integral characters are; language, folksong, folklore, diet, agricultural practices, household items, and furniture etc.
Largest village of Sümi tribe, of 950 household (present 2008 record). Lazami village is rightly a ‘cultural village’. Be it Naga migratory history, village topography, villager’s nature, beauty and scientific art of Sümi language, folksongs, jhum cultivation method, product of agricultural crops and dietary habits of the people, and monument of ritualistic stone platform at Iyinu khel etc. all speaks volume of the same truth. If dreamed of having such an idol Naga cultural village, Lazami village should be the model.
Their cooperation and response to our action plan is immensely contributing a lot. Reciprocal participation is a source of encouragement and growth for our project. Such impact of restoration is even better outside the community people. Their natural goodness instead of being good is the key factor of influencing others to assimilate and restore lost cultural values.