Anja Ringgren Loven, a Danish aid worker, is celebrating the incredible transformation of a young Nigerian girl who her team rescued 10 years ago. Charity was found by Loven’s team in an abandoned house, where she had been left to fend for herself after being branded a witch by her community.
Loven, the founder of Land of Hope, shared before and after photos of Charity on her Facebook page, alongside a heartfelt message detailing her journey to recovery. The aid worker recounted how she and her team found Charity in a fragile state, severely malnourished and abused.
However, thanks to the support of Loven’s organization and its donors, Charity has gone from strength to strength in the past decade. Loven revealed that Charity is now a strong and independent young woman, who is set to start university next year.
The news of Charity’s progress has been met with widespread praise and admiration, with many social media users commending Loven and her team for their life-changing work in Nigeria. Loven’s organization, Land of Hope, has been dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating children accused of witchcraft in the country, providing them with a safe space to heal and grow.
The rescue and transformation of Charity serve as a powerful reminder of the importance of aid work and the life-changing impact it can have on individuals and communities in need. As Loven and her team continue to work towards a brighter future for vulnerable children in Nigeria, their efforts are sure to inspire others to join in the fight for a more just and equitable world.