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The purpose of the trust is to provide educational assistance to the young people of Nagaland, India.

As the veterans planned their final reunion in 2004, they resolved to found the Kohima Educational Trust (KET) as a debt of honour to the Naga people. The trust is seen by its founders both as a means of sustaining the memory of the courage and sacrifice of those who fought and died in the battle, and of honouring the Nagas who were their allies in the war through assisting the education of succeeding generations of Naga children.

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Among the Headhunters: The story of a Naga village - online event
Tuesday 10th August at 8pm: Dr Robert Lyman in discussion with Robert and Sylvia May recounting the story…
The Sergeant Harry May Award - July 2021
The Sergeant Harry May (MID) Award for Leadership by a 2 Signal Regiment Senior Non-Commissioned Officer.
Kohima Day Service of Commemoration - 1st July 2021
1st July 2021 at 11am Dean's Park, York Minster. The 77th anniversary commemoration of the Battle of…

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Latest Projects

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UK book publication of "The Road to Kohima" by Charles Chasie & Harry Fecitt MBE, TD

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02.

KES Chairman Dr P Ngully conducted another programme of workshops in a remote area of Nagaland called Kiphire District.

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03.

Part of the work we support, and which is arranged by our sister organisation in Kohima is the new venture of writers' workshops.

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