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A Heroine for all Humanity
The 2004 Boxing Day tsunami launched Ms Selly Amalina Muzammil’s (Arts and Social Sciences ’09) lifelong mission to fight hunger globally. The NUS Alumni Awards 2019 winner talks about her passion to save and transform lives.
Driving Progress Via Innovation
Through his work in supporting tech start-ups and innovation in his native Vietnam, Mr Dang Tan Duc (Design and Environment ’11) has been uplifting lives and communities.
Levelling The Playing Field
Why success to Mr Pranama Moorthy (Engineering ’08) — a champion for the causes of vulnerable women and domestic workers — means more than just doing well for himself.
Championing Conscious Consumerism
Ms Bianca Tham (Arts and Social Sciences ’17) isn’t naive about the impact she can make on the environment — but that doesn’t curb her enthusiasm one bit.
The Comfort of a Call Home
How empathy drove Mr David Chia (Yale-NUS ’17) to find a solution for a problem he had never experienced himself.
Putting Patients at Ease
How Ms Guadalupe Lazaro (Yale-NUS ’20) is using the Internet to widen access to reproductive and sexual health services.
A Voice for the Silenced
A gap year during her undergraduate days equipped Ms Charmaine Yap (Law ’18) with
the confidence in her own ability to make a difference to the lives of migrant workers here.
Healing the Mind Through Music
Ms Eileen Chai (Science ’01) drew from her own struggles to create a unique movement that seeks to bring about greater empathy and understanding of mental health concerns.
Taking Farming into the Future
Ms Danielle Chan (Arts and Social Sciences ’17) is at the forefront of Singapore’s move towards local food production and stronger food security.
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