The teacher who delivers homework by hand to rural students | Golden Hearts Award 2020

Published on 22 Nov 2020 8:00:38 PM

Muhammad Nazmi Rosli, 27, teaches English and Art at SK Long Sukang, a school located in a rural village in interior northern Sarawak.

When the government announced the lockdown in March due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he delivered learning materials to his students who lacked Internet access for online classes to ensure they don’t fall behind in their schoolwork.

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