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Prema Thiyagu

Prema is a passionate advocate for eliminating poverty, backed by 26 years of dedicated experience as an inspirational social worker. She has had the privilege of making a meaningful impact on the lives of countless individuals. Her journey has been characterized by a steadfast commitment to rescuing and empowering trafficked and abused women and girls, offering them the support and resources necessary to rebuild their lives.

As a Certified Corporate Trainer, Prema has seamlessly integrated her skills in empowering youths and women from underprivileged groups into her work in social services. Her extensive knowledge in the field not only encompasses addressing the immediate needs of those facing social struggles and challenges but also involves providing comprehensive training and guidance to women and youth. This training equips them with the tools and knowledge needed to overcome obstacles, pursue their goals, and become active contributors to their communities.

Throughout her career, Prema has borne witness to the transformation of countless lives. She has seen individuals, who have confronted adversity, rise above their circumstances with resilience and strength, becoming thriving members of society. Her work extends beyond mere advocacy; it embodies a mission to foster empowerment and self-sufficiency among the marginalized and vulnerable. It is an ongoing journey of compassion, dedication, and unwavering support for those who need it most.

Prema remains unwavering in her commitment to making a positive impact on society. She firmly believes that through collective efforts, everyone can contribute to creating a more just and compassionate world for all.

Making an impact in the field of social work is not solely about the number of lives we touch, but also about the depth and lasting nature of that impact. It’s very aligned to our theme, ‘Touching one life at a time’. Making an impact necessitates a blend of empathy, advocacy, collaboration, and a steadfast commitment to continuous improvement.

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