My name is Rek Luak Moses. I am a student in Year Two at Yei Teacher Training College (YTTC). I come from Bentiu, Unity State in Southern Sudan. I refer to my story as an excellent window because that is what YTTC is to me. When I came back from refugee after the signing of the peace agreement, I was shocked by the changes that had happened to Southern Sudan. I noticed some bad things which could make one lose a long lasting good future but also good ones. Joining YTTC became an opportunity for me to see the world by learning various subjects that I did not know of before. I now feel that I have not lost out on a bright future.One lasting impression of YTTC that will stay with me is the tutors with their excellent teaching methods who motivate the students to always do their best. I was an untrained teacher before coming to the college. When I leave I know I will make a difference in how I teach as I have learnt new skills, attitudes and acquired methods that will aid my delivery of lessons.Another good thing I have benefited from the college is the morning and evening periods of worship. These have given me a positive outlook and now I can confidently stand in front of a large number of people to preach and pray loudly, something I could not do before. I will not leave this spirit in Yei but will take it along with me to Bentiu. My people will say the college has trained Moses in two ways- a teacher and an evangelist. And I like that too because there is no problem of being with having two roles in the community. The usage of English language as the main language for communication has benefited me greatly as I have improved my speaking ability. I would not have had this opportunity if I had others who speak my mother tongue here and also if the college was not using English to teach. Additionally, the college library has enabled me to see far and wide of the outside world. Apart from the course books, the extra reading book and magazines have made me happy and busy as I love reading novels, magazines and newspapers. The visit by the Kyambogo University visitation team was a key highlight in my life this school term. This team which came to assess the college for affiliation status with it boosted my morale for studying more and pursuing my dream up to degree level. I never dreamt of being addressed by professors and individuals with doctorates, but it happened to me while at YTTC. Because of this team’s visit I feel sincerely committed to teach the children of Southern Sudan so that they reach such a level in future. YTTC is indeed an excellent window for Southern Sudan in which one can learn and see their future well.