Episode#6 Pranitha Timothy - Being the voice for the voiceless
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Pranitha Timothy is a social worker and the  co-founder of Justice and Hope, an India based organization established in 2013. She was diagnosed with brain tumor while pursuing her Masters in Social work about 2 decades ago. Following brain surgery she lost her voice for two years. That didn't dissuade her from working for the helpless and the voiceless. 

Over the years, Pranitha  has worked with prisoners, met those on a life sentence, worked with their families, joined a team that pioneered the fight against bonded labour and rescues victims of trafficking. 

Tune in to hear Pranitha share her inspiring story and what she thinks you and I can do to help our society. 

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