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“We visualize a society where people are self reliant in an environment of equal opportunities ensuring human dignity and security”.


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“Our Mission is to empower the marginalized for building Sustainable Community by Means of People’s Organization”.


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Promote good governance through village level organization (CBOs). Improve the quality of life of the marginalized people.

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Seva Kendra Silchar, came into existence in the year 1988 at the initiative of Most. Rev. Lt. Bishop Denzil ‘D Souza, the then Bishop of Silchar Diocese covering the present Diocese of Aizawl, Agartala and Parts of Diphu Diocese or the North Cachar Hills. The then Visionary Bishop had travelled extensively in both the urban and rural areas of the Diocese to familiarize himself of the situation among the urban and rural classes. He was deeply moved by the pathetic conditions of the people in rural areas especially among the tribal communities of the diocese. He had seen that the tribals who inhabit the rural and far flung areas were deprived of all benefits from the government. The areas are not easily accessible and one has to walk kilometers to get to those villages. He was also deeply concern with the pathetic conditions of the tea tribes who are working in the tea gardens of Barak Valley, now in the present diocese of Aizawl.

His concern for such deprived people had compelled him to convene a meeting among his religious congregation to start an organization in order to help the deprived people of the diocese. As a result Seva Kendra Silchar came into existence on April 1988. A full fledged Director was appointed to be assisted by office assistants and Coordinators to oversee and monitor social developmental works in the diocese. The help of MISEREOR-Germany was resorted and the agency enthusiastically responded by financing the office building of Seva Kendra Silchar and a Project Title “ Integrated Development among the Tribals in the Barak valley” of Assam. Since then a movement of Self Help Groups among the tribals and other backward communities was initiated whereby the people were thoroughly sensitized on the concept of savings and micro – finance.