17th ‘Nagas in Cambodia’ meet held at Phnom Penh

Imphal: The 17th Nagas in Cambodia (NaCam) meet, 2023, was held from April 14 to April 16 at Phnom Penh, Cambodia under the motto Connected for His purpose, according to a press statement made available to Newmai News Network today by NaCam president Wibonbou Abonmai.

The Nagas in Cambodia (NaCam) was founded in the year 2007 and the name ‘NaCam’ was coined by Wati Longkumer, a Naga pioneering missionary, according to Wibonbou.

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NaCam meet is held every year during the Khmer New Year holidays.

“There are about 75 Nagas in Cambodia. We are mostly missionaries, teachers, NGO workers, students etc.,” the statement said.

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“NaCam is very secular in nature, but it functions like a fellowship. It has its own ministry of reaching out to fellow Naga friends in times of suffering and difficulty. Worshiping, interaction, fun, games and eating Naga dishes are some activities during the meet,” Wibonbou further said.

Every Naga coming to Cambodia is encouraged to enroll himself or herself to NaCam, because it is a home far away from home, it further added.


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