When the Catholic Bishops of Tanzania decided to extend the Church?s services to the provision of higher education they envisioned a training that would not only impart academic and professional skills but also that would inculcate values of civic and social learning and ethics, such as acquisition of national identity, cultural norms, political growth and responsible citizenship. Thus the Church?s vision is the holistic development of a person and respect for human dignity.
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