Mohamed is a powerful advocate, effective leader, and skillful organizer within his community, with the ability to speak both Arabic and English fluently + (Basic French). He founded the H2O organization in 2011, which has served to support democratic transition and youth empowerment in Libya through the design and implementation of various different civic engagement programs and peace building initiatives.
H2O has also organized advocacy campaigns that push for better policies and laws that will cultivate a democratic, safe, and youth-friendly environment in Libya. One particular campaign that Mohamed has led recently was a ‘’referendum first’’ that calls people’s right to vote in the constitution.
Be The First
The media has allowed Hamuda to reach a greater range of people, which has increased the exposure of his projects and campaigns. Specifically, he has utilized the media during his years of work in the field of democratic development, where he focused on empowering younger generations.
Mohamed Hamuda believes that reconciliation must first begin with the will of members in society and victims of the conflict. Only then, can justice be achieved through the efforts of civil and political institutions, as well as security policies, which take into account geographical, demographic, and cultural dimensions.
On top of participating in myriads of forums and conferences, Mohamed is also a jury member of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung organization’s young leaders’ program in Libya, and a member of the UNDP’s Arab Human Development Report.
Mohamed Hamuda, has always been an individual who has sought change for the greater benefit beyond himself. His vision, bigger than the local world which surrounded him; a mission to advocate and integrate change within a local, regional and global scale.