Myki is a Transformative Livelihood Intervention (TLI) Project, initiated and facilitated by the Women Resource Development Department, Govt. of Nagaland in 2010. It was later privatized in 2014, but the department continues to partially aid it. Based in Kohima, Myki has managed to spread its popularity not only in the State, but also outside like Shillong and Guwahati. Their dried wild apple, gooseberry, soyabean chutney, popped rice, kholar, dried bamboo shoot, English gall, Roselle, dried king chilli, dried pineapple etc. are among their processed food items.