Malawi – Attacks On Albinos Is Resurging, Local Rights Group Tries To End Violence

Albino boy by JJ Hoefnagel

Attacks on people with albinism are resurging in Malawi after a six-month lull last year, when the government and a local rights group campaigned to end the violence. Albinos are targeted because of the false belief that their body parts have powers to increase wealth Now an Albino welfare body is asking the government to institute…

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