Greetings to the whole family at DFM, I hope you all are in good healt. I’m feeling well thanks to God.

Name: Celestina António Esmael, daughter of António Esmael Bacar and Laquista Pita, Mozambican nationality, born in Canxixe, Marringue district, Sofala province, born on December 16, 2001.

The first year of medicine was very complicated, because of the situation we are facing so far. The measures that were implemented in the college made it very difficult for me to learn, specifically the method of online classes.

This method didn’t give me success because I didn’t have the necessary resources to access the online classes, such as megabits and the phone I used didn’t allow me to do much.

For the reading process, I had a lot of difficulties because at first we girls had two computers, and sharing was very complicated, as we all had the same tasks and needed to study at the same time, with two computers it was impossible. The situation got worse at the end of the first year because we had one of the computers stolen, and now we only have one computer.

I’m thankful to God that even with these difficulties I managed to successfully pass the first year.

Now I find myself in the second block of the second year, so far everything is fine, although the lack and some materials to aid reading.

am Celestina António Esmael, António Esmael Bacar and Laquista Pita´s daughther, I was born in Sofala province, Marringué district, in 16/12/2001.

In 2019, I was doing Prop.year, I got good experience about it, although I faced with a lot of difficulties. In first semester, things were too difficult because of introduction of news methods which were different with secondary ones, but during the learning I was adapting slowly, also the IDAI natural disaster affected too much in learning but All Mighty God I passed.

In second and last semester, I applied a total power because there was a lot of subjects, accumulated materials because of shortness of semester. But finally I passed all difficulties and I passed in normal exams and all things in general were well.