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“We rescue and we give love and support to the vulnerable children accused of witchcraft in Akwa Ibom.

But to put an end to superstition, exorcism and black magic performed by pastors and the so-called witchdoctors, advocacy work must be carried out,” she said.

“Being rejected by your own family must be the loneliest feeling a child can experience, and I don't believe that anyone can imagine how that must feel like.” The reputation of ACAEDF has grown to the point where, when concerned members of the community saw Hope living on the street, they phoned Ms Lovén up to see if she could help.

She told Huff Po her team arranged a “rescue mission” immediately when they heard how young the child was – but the issue will not be solved in the long term unless there is better education “in the fight against superstition”.