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Hafiz, a husband and father of four, found his calling – to empower others – upon graduating from NUS. He has helped remote communities in Indonesia, Cambodia and other countries to be self-sustaining through economic empowerment and quality education. Today, as the Executive Director of Emaan Catalyst Community and a Coach, he enjoys helping others achieve their ikigai (life’s purpose).

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Parcsen is a husband, a father and grandfather. As a Relationship Coach, he helps people connect with their significant others. Training is his cup of tea being the head of programmes at the Centre for Fathering. His book The Modern-day Dad provides effective fathering tips catered to the Asian context. He used to play football but now he only watches, especially when Liverpool is playing.

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This podcast is sponsored by:

Emaan Catalyst Community

As a Singapore-based organisation with a regional outreach, Emaan Catalyst Community advocates the elevation of living standards through the provision of education and welfare for underserved communities, building the capacity of social organisations and empowering communities to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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