Dr Asrat Atsedeweyn Andargie
Dr Asrat Atsedeweyn Andargie is an Ethiopian and Assistant Professor of Statistics, professionally engaged in teaching, research and community services. He held various responsibilities and positions in the University of Gondar in his capacity as Research and publication directorate Director, Dean of the College of Natural and Computational Sciences, Head of the Department of Statistics, and involved in a number of academic and extracurricular activities. Currently he is the Academic Vice President of the university.
Enduring Multiple Challenges: The Survival and Triumph of African Women in the Diaspora
The achievements that African diaspora women have registered is mainly represented in the narratives of the successes of few select individuals. In the discourse on African diaspora women there is far too much focus on the professional, educated ‘elite’ women. The day-to-day survival and endurance of each woman in the diaspora is by itself a success story that should be celebrated. The discourse on African women in the diaspora has to highlight the multiple challenges they have to endure for being women, coloured and immigrant.