Second chance at life

  • Family
  • Wednesday, 02 Dec 2020

Nor Fadilah seeks to empower victims of domestic violence and also help professional women give back to the community. Photo: The Star

If you were to meet Nor Fadilah Mohamed Nizar, you might not realise that she was once a victim of domestic violence and a single mother.

The founder of social enterprise Johor Empowerment of Intellectual Women Association (Jeiwa) resonates with life and positivity, is now happily married and has a six-year-old son. But in 2013, during her first marriage, Nor Fadilah was a victim of domestic violence.

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