My name is Isabellah (name changed) and I am the G1 class teacher at EPP Ankotapike. Currently, I have sixty one students in my class including Marinah. Marinah is a good student and she does everything she is asked to do. In the last exam she was the class valedictorian. What I have noticed as a change in the community is that now parents are motivated to send their children to school. Even when it is not yet time to go to school, they encourage their children to get ready and wash. Before, the school was made of straw and the children were not motivated to go to school at all. Before, I was a teacher at Feza school, and there was not much follow-up and we did as we wanted. Sometimes you teach and sometimes you don't come to school at all. Even the director is never at school because he is always in Morombe and I was the only one left at school. But when I started working here in Ankotapike I changed a lot. Now with the new school and the regular follow up of the mobilisers I am motivated to do my job properly. I like working with UWS because they provide the school with materials and supplies for the students and this allows us to do our work properly because when I was at another school, the children had no notebooks or pens.
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