In Ghana 2500 witch-hunt victims suffer from isolation, trauma, seasonal hunger and water-born diseases. 8 known settlements have no organisation that works continuously with them. Simon Ngota, who has more than 15 years of experience working with witch-hunt victims in Gambaga, is working now at Gushiegu for over 200 elderly women and 15 children. We urgently need money to cure contagious or chronic diseases (parasites, TB and others) in the camps, to tackle malnutrition and to bring water to Gushiegu and Nabuli-Camp. We want to enroll all the children at the camps at school. 3 ha of land had been donated but we need more to boost nutrition and to reduce hard labour for the women and children.