Chipo Hungwe

Chipo Hungwe teaches Sociology at the Midlands State University. She has a keen interest in women's experiences and has published extensively on women, ageing and migration. She has provided consultancy services to international organisations including the UN Women. Chipo is a member of the International Sociological Association, the International Labour and Employment Relations Association (ILERA), and the European Association of Development Research and Training Institutes (EADI).


African Womanhood and the Feminist Agenda
Maxwell Constantine Chando Musingafi, Chipo Hungwe. © 2024. 280 pages.
Within academic circles, there is a longstanding issue concerning the portrayal and understanding of African womanhood. Frequently, these narratives are crafted by outsiders...
Women Empowerment and the Feminist Agenda in Africa
Maxwell Constantine Chando Musingafi, Chipo Hungwe. © 2023. 356 pages.
This book argues that African women's lived experiences are often spoken about authoritatively by people who are not included within this demographic, relegating these women...