A year ago, a little boy accused of being a witch was left to die on the streets of Nigeria.
The jarring photo was unforgettable.
The boy, about 2 at the time, stands on a dirt road, holding a piece of cracker in one hand, as Anja Ringgren Lovén, a Danish aid worker, gives him a sip of water from a plastic bottle. The boy had been homeless for months, skeletal, naked and nearly dead.
Loven, who was on a mission to rescue abandoned children accused of being  witches, posted the picture, immediately prompting thousands of dollars in donations — and a global outcry.
Today, the toddler is no longer alone on the streets.
[Shocking photos of starving ‘witch’ toddler inspire massive donations]
Last week, exactly a year after she met the boy she called Hope, Lovén posted a new picture to her Facebook page — a re-creation of the first one.
The boy stands on a dirt road, holding …