• AASE, Estonia community celebrate African culture

      The International House Tartu in collaboration with the Association of African Students Estonia, (AASE) on Friday, 23rd October 2020 celebrated African culture and tradition at the Tartu nature house tagged ’African Party’. In a presentation anchored by Grace Muchiri, the Vice president of AASE, a student from Kenya citing the word of Chimamanda Ngozi which stated that there is a danger in telling one side of a story. Muchiri noted that there was more to Africa that many were not aware of. She played a short video clip showing the ’Top 10 most beautiful Cities in Africa’ to further highlight her points. To this end, the audience were amazed…

  • PROJECT HARIDA

    As a project toward human capacity development of African children for the development of the continent, the Association of African Students Estonia will be launching a project tagged: ‘Project Harida (Harida means ‘to educate’ in Estonian). This is aimed at giving the children technical secondary education. For partnership, kindly reach out to us via email at president@aaseesti.com; aaseexcos@gmail.com #auc #aase #eucommission #eesti #education

  • THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE AFRICAN HERITAGE

    Nature has an intrinsically fantastic character called diversity. Diversity is the spice of life.  From variations in DNA compositions to genetic variations, down to species and community differences, each entity has a unique place and is indispensable in its adaptation and reproduction. Thus, each individual performs an irrevocable task significant for the sustainability of life. Although this sounds like some psychological phenomenon or some scientifically oriented, hypothesis, however, it has been carefully selected as a prologue to address a deep reflection that will subsequently follow. There is a danger in judging a book by its cover and a more intense danger in relying on and propagating a single story. Covers…

  • AASE INAUGURATES NEW EXECUTIVES FOR 2020/2021 ACADEMIC YEAR

    The Association of African students, Estonia (AASE), has witnessed change in mantle of leadership in the Baltic state. The AASE, the umbrella body of all students of African heritage studying in the Estonia, its membership, cuts across both undergraduate and graduate students with over 500 active members. Speaking during the handing over ceremony, held on 23rd June 2020, the outgone president, Mr Emeka Chigbogu expressed confidence on the crop of leaders being sworn. He stressed that the diversity of the team which he classified as ‘first of its kind’ was an advantage to the new administration. He further added that, African students have bestowed confidence in the association, while lauding…