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Welcome to DINNødhjælp!

We are a voluntary association that are fighting for children’s rights.
Our primary purpose is saving the so-called witch children in Nigeria, where the belief  in witches is a big problem. At the same time as we give the rescued children a good future, we fight against the superstition, so we in the future can prevent more children being tortured, and at worst killed.

 

Support DINNoedhjaelp with a one – off donation to a specific project or to our general work, and read the stories about what your contribution means to us. Support us today – your contribution is already helping us tomorrow!

Members are important to DINNoedhjaelp, and we are so proud and grateful for the many people who are following us and our work as well as contributing to our relief work through their membership.

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Meet some of the children from the orphanage

Glory

Glory

12 years old

Glory was found in an abandoned house in July, 2013. Tortured and abandoned by her own family, who accused her of being a witch - Glory now goes to school and feels very comfortable, as you can see on her always smiling face. A strong girl who loves to help out with the cooking in DINNoedhjaelp's orphanage.

Savior

Savior

9 years old

Savior and his little brother Samuel, both live in DINNoedhjaelp's orphanage. Both were accused by their grandmother to be witches. Their younger brother, who had also been accused of being a witch, didn’t survive the torture, they all three were exposed. Savior and Samuel are both in school and doing very well.

Prince

Prince

9 years old

Prince was accused of being a witch by his own father, who tortured him. Prince ran away from his father and was found by the police on the street. Today Prince is well. He was the best in class in the last exams and I celebrated it with him and the other children from DINNoedhjaelp's orphanage. As a reward for his good services, we bought him a school bag. Prince is a very hardworking and intelligent boy.

Nsikak

Nsikak

15 years old

Nsikak was tortured by his own father for 3 days, in which his hands and feet was bound and didn’t get food. Nsikak ran away from his father and now his wrists and ankles have scars from the ropes with which he was bound. His whole body have big scars from the torture. Nsikak is doing very well today. He is an excellent student. He helps to take good care of the younger children in the orphanage.

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News from our snail farm

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Hope, one year after

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On the 30 of January 2016 I went on a rescue mission with David Emmanuel Umem, Nsidibe Orok and our Nigerian team. A rescue mission that went viral, and today it’s exactly 1 year ago the world came to know a young little boy called Hope 👦🏿💚 🇳🇬 This week Hope will…

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