Hassan Ndugwa has over seven years’ experience in community development and peace promotion, specifically in preventing violent extremism in Uganda and East Africa. After surviving the July 11, 2010 Al-Shabaab bombings at the FIFA world cup in Kampala, Hassan co-founded the Uganda Muslim Youth Development Forum. His work involves managing programs, idea generation, conceptualization of projects, implementation of activities, monitoring the impact and outcomes of activities. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Makerere University, Kampala where he focused on Political Science and Public Administration. Hassan is among the 10 global advocates selected by the Kofi Annan Foundation and One Young World to counter violent extremism in the world through their “Extremely Together” initiative.