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The vision and Mission statement for Ngwane Teachers College
VISION
To provide a diversified curriculum for the development of highly skilled and resourceful teachers who will contribute effectively and efficiently to the development of the nation and the SADC region
MISSION STATEMENT
To be an excellent teacher education institution renowned for producing competent teachers and providing quality service by engaging experienced professionals using modern systems that prospective teachers and other significant stakeholders aspire to associate with in the deliverance of quality education in Eswatini and beyond.
1. To what extent does it reflect your understanding of sustainable development?
Ngwane Teachers College reflects sustainable development because empowers teachers with skills through the diversified curriculum provided which leads to quality education
2. To what extent does it reflect the definition of sustainable development that reads “Sustainable Development is development which meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs”? Do you think this is needed or not
The vision and mission statement of the institution has covered the definition of sustainable development since teachers are empowered with skills that are sustainable. This is through some of the practical courses that are offered such as Arts and Craft, Agriculture which makes quality education. the practical courses empower the teachers to be self-employed by starting projects using the skills they have acquired and reducing poverty and hunger.
3. To what extent does your institution’s Vision and Mission statement reflect the objectives of ESD and the GAP?
Ngwane College reflects on the objectives of the ESD & GAP to both teacher educators and teachers since the vision and mission statement have a clear learning transformation and it fosters lifelong teaching skills

4. How would you reframe/restate your institution’s Vision and Mission statement to more substantively reflect SD and ESD (based on your understandings of these concepts and your context)?
For now there is no need to reframe