Since 1957, Niketu Iralu has been an honory worker with Initiatives of Change in India an various countries of Asia, the Pacific region, Europe, North and South America. He also helped the Naga Mothers Association and the Kripa Foundation in Mumbai to establish Mt. Gilead Home in 1989. Mt Gilead Home is the region’s first center for counseling and rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction.
Today, Niketu Iralu is a social worker involved in the search for healing and restoration of relationships among the ethnic tribes/nationalities and the majority communities in Northeast India and Northwest Myanmar.
Niketu Iralu lives with his wife Christine in Zubza village near Kohima, Nagaland, Northeast India. Their son Vipulie is a computer engineer working in Melbourne, Australia.