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Land of Hope

Org #36027
Vetted since 2016
2012
year founded
$53,536
raised on GlobalGiving
5
years fundraising
1
projects funded
* Amounts in US Dollars

Mission

We save innocent children, accused of witchcraft, from exclusion, torture and death. With care, protection and education for the children and by educating their surrounding communities, we lay the foundation for a future, where children grow up to be independent, active and social individuals who contribute to the development of their community. INFORMATION CAMPAIGNS AS THE CATALYSTS OF DEVELOPMENT During the last decade, accusations of witchcraft made against Nigerian children have risen alarmingly, especially in the state of Akwa Ibom, where Land of Hope's children's centre is located. The cause of the rise in belief in witchcraft and black magic is a complex mixture of social, ... read more

Projects (2)

Help us buy a new rescue car
Nigeria / Education
 
Project Leaders
Tina Ringgren Loven
Tina Ringgren Loven
Mette Thomsen
Mette Thomsen
Organization Information
Vintervej 111 St.
Aarhus, Jutland 8210
Denmark
+4529269634
Organization Information
Vintervej 111 St.
Aarhus, Jutland 8210
Denmark
+4529269634

Project Reports

Each of GlobalGiving’s nonprofit partners is required to send quarterly donor reports detailing the impact of their work. Here are some of their recent updates:

Jul 17, 2022
Rainy summer update from Land of Hope
Dear donor, It's now the rainy season in Nigeria, which is challenging and dangerous due to massive floods and lightning strikes. Luckily, we have our very own school bus at Land of Hope,...
Mar 18, 2022
The long road to healing and change
Dear donor, As the pandemic continues to affect our lives, witchcraft accusations against children continue to increase significantly. Many priests claim that the "witch children" have brought the...
Nov 18, 2021
Freedom to just be children
Dear donor In Nigerian public schools, most students are responsible for bringing their own desks and chairs because there are simply not enough to cover the huge number of students....
 
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