There are places in Africa where some children are considered to be sorcerers. They are to blame for bad harvests, illnesses or deaths. Their relatives and neighbours mistreat, marginalise or even kill them. A year ago, Anja Ringgren Lovén, a Danish voluntary worker, aged 38, who works in Nigeria rescuing these children, found a child who was nothing but skin and bones. He could hardly walk and staggered in the streets of his village. Lovén gave him some water and took him to an orphanage she founded in Akwa Ibom, African Children’s Aid Education and Development Foundation (ACAEDF). Just a year later, she has shared this picture on his first day at school.