The sixth chapter draws on the perspectives of all the study participants and addresses the fourth research objective. While avoiding repeating what has already been discussed in the previous chapters, this chapter illustrates differences and similarities in perceptions from macro to micro level, while locating the findings within broader debates on quality. Although acknowledging the valued capabilities and functionings identified by the participants in terms of human capital and human development, the chapter focuses on my theorisation of quality as human development through the two selected ideal-theoretical indicators, namely, the capability for work and critical being. It provides an in-depth analysis of the operationalisation of human development through these indicators as well as their applicability and limitations in a developing country context, necessitating a rethinking of the indicators to focus on critical thinking and the capability for economic opportunities.