GRADUATES READY TO UNRAVEL AFRICA LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES
MS Training Centre For Development Cooperation (MSTCDC) said goodbye to 15 graduates during the 12th graduation ceremony which took place at MS TCDC campus Usa-River Arusha last week on Friday 26th July 2019. The ceremony which honored by the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology (NM-AIST) vice-chancellor Prof Emmanuel Luoga.
Speaking with the graduates Professor Luoga said that being graduates in good governance is one thing but practicing it is another thing, he also added that “You need to show examples of good governance that being honest and integrity, and much of all we expect you to avoid corruption at all cost"
On another note the MS TCDC Principal while giving his remarks said “The leadership and governance course you have all acquire as graduates in class intended to offer a sound understanding of the theory as well as practical consideration that should guide you in at your work and this is what a good society meant to provide to you”
The graduation ceremony which attended by parents, guardians, MS TCDC neighboring organizations and partners colored by a local dance performances by TCDC Ngoma group.
Speaking on behalf of graduates the Student’s president Abraham Moshi give an advice to his fellow graduates to share with the world what they have earned during their three years of studies. He also added that MS TCDC has to reach more young people who are the best group in need of the knowledge “MS TCDC need more young minds that are thirsty for knowledge”
The graduates have undergone three years program that involved face to face sessions and field practice that aimed at exposing the students to realistic practices in the development world. MS TCDC is now on call for application for 2019 BA in Governance and development.
MS Training Centre for Development Cooperation having been at the forefront in the providing of cutting edge professional development and being a centre of excellence in development training has taken the challenge to provide higher education training in Governance and Development. Studies have proven that governance and accountability are vital ingredients to people centred development.