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Muhammad Nazmi Bin Rosli

Nazmi Rosli is an educator who has held a range of positions, spanning from classroom teaching to overseeing student affairs in the remote regions of Sarawak. Presently, he serves as the Senior Assistant of Student Affairs at Sekolah Kebangsaan Long Sebangan in Lawas.

In his free time, this committed educator actively supports the rural communities, specifically the 13 villages in Kampung Long Sukang. Nazmi demonstrates his resourcefulness by crafting teaching materials from recycled materials for use in his classroom.

Throughout the pandemic, Nazmi spearheaded the groundbreaking FIRST Homework Delivery system in Malaysia, ensuring the delivery of learning modules to 111 students across 13 villages. His innovative approach not only caught the attention of the Ministry of Education but also inspired them to implement an Offsite Learning Mode during the pandemic, setting a precedent that influenced many other rural schools in Malaysia to adopt a similar approach. The initiative was featured in the award-winning docufilm “Malaysia VS Covid-19 #kitajagakita.” It also earned Nazmi the prestigious SEAMEO Innovative Teaching Video Award. The initiative also led to the creation of the telemovie “Cikgu Daniel,” broadcasted on RTM2.

In 2021, Nazmi played a vital role in building a Floating Library in Kampung Luagan to address school closures caused by massive floods in Sarawak.

Currently, Nazmi is involved in Filpen Club, a social-entrepreneurial club that produces short films to fund schools and address social issues in the district. The club has won numerous short film competitions, gained international recognition, and even won the Best Social Entrepreneur award in Malaysia in 2022. In 2023, it represented Malaysia at the T4 World Best School competition and achieved a remarkable Top 5 ranking in the Malaysia Chapter.

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