Åsa’s story “Witchcamp” was published in the weekend magazine of the Swedish Newspaper Sydsvenskan. According to Unicef, women all around the world are still being accused of using witchcraft. Åsa visited the alleged witchcamp of Gnani in northern Ghana, which is home to more than 200 women and even more children.

The women accused of using withcraft, are being chased out from their villages, sometimes tortured and killed. Family and friends blame innocent women for murdering people, when someone is sick, an accident occurs, or if a person makes people jealous or angry. You can be accused for witchcraft for almost anything.

See the whole story in Moment’s archive.