The study is an analytical investigation on morality decline with the youth at Higher Education Institutions in Swaziland. The contribution which this article has made with regard to the issues of morality is to share on how morals can be formed with the Youth at Higher Education Institutions. The study addressed the cultural and religious factors which contribute to the tendency of the youth to act in ways that are congruent with their own well-being and the welfare of others. The main objectives of the study were to analyze the extent to which tertiary institutions see the need for Pastoral care at higher education institutions. It was also to formulate a methodology for pastoral care that will be appropriate to the life situation of students in Tertiary institutions. This would prepare young people to be able to nature the next generation. Morals were shared with the recognition of religion and culture, of course without neglecting the value of education as the means of developing appropriate behavior with the youth more especially in Higher Education Institutions. Morals were also discussed looking at justice. Such that how to behave when the national laws are against human rights and the holy biblical mandate. Pastoral care was identified as the basic task of fostering the development of young people who respect themselves and others. This was the core concern for moral judgments and consequent actions in the content of moral development of young people.
Dissertation (MA(Theol))--University of Pretoria, 2013.