Velveeta Viban

I'm Human Organization - Founder

Velveeta is a girl education and global peace. A humanitarian award winner , founder of an Organization called “I’m Human Organization” and a young mentor for vulnerable girls in the most hard to reach slum communtities of Kenya and Nigeria. She built in the heart of COVID19 a volunteer network of over 30 + persons and developed a crisis response education project where she compiled two books to help vulnerable families and children access to basic learning. Also provided learning charts , e-learning tools and helped find partnerships that have helped 40 internally displaced women affected by crisis in Cameroon access start up capital and learn business skills . A training she personally dispenses. Through an initiative for combatting Gender based violence dubbed “We Men for Women” ; she has mobilized over 200 voices of men from over 10 countries to speak up against Violence. As a teacher at one of the famous informal settlement in Kenya;Mukuru kwa Njenga where girls continue losing their voices, she came up with a mentorship program that helps the girls who have been victims of violence, assault, abuse to speak up or report without fear. A training called “my voice matters” in Kenya which happens yearly impacting over 1000 girls. Recognized by the United Nations office of the youth envoy as one of the youths creating impact during Covid in 2020 for helping over 800 internally displaced and poor families, she a women’s rights activist who teaches and devotes her time to changing school curriculum to be more inclusive of life skills for girls. She has taught over thousands of students in three different countries, Nigeria, Kenya and Cameroon and doubles as coordinator for the African Women Leadership Forum.