Mouhiddine HAMMA
Agenda 2063, African Union Youth Division

Fellowship Programme

My name is Mouhiddine Hamma, a Moroccan. I am a graphic designer, a social worker and a pan- Africanist at heart. I have worked with rural communities for the past three years in Morocco, Malawi and Rwanda as a CorpsAfrica international volunteer where I oversaw the implementation of projects aimed at elevating rural livelihoods. In my rural placement, I founded a youth club in a refugee camp in Malawi with the aim of sharing information, entrepreneurship, youth involvement, peace building, and conflict resolution with displaced youth. Through dance, music, and drama, these young people encourage a sense of mutual understanding among refugees from different nationalities. I use my photographic and graphic designing skills to pass on the message of peaceful coexistence among the refugees while also providing entertainment, and encouraging discussions among the targeted groups. For instance, Salama Africa, a dance group from the youth club is currently getting national recognition in Malawi, and opportunities to perform in neighboring countries like South Africa and Zambia, spreading the message of coexistence. I like working with these young people because they represent sustainability of various interventions, and they are an innovative group that always comes up with better ways of solving the challenges in their communities when given a chance.


UNAOC Pillar

  • youth
  • education
  • media

Areas of Focus

  • Intercultural Dialogue
  • Peacebuilding and Conflict Resolution
  • Preventing Violent Extremism
  • Sports for Social Change


  • Graphic Design
  • Photography
  • Video
  • Monitoring
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Networking
  • Social Media

go to home page