Oxfam aid workers accused of sexual misconduct

Oxfam aid workers accused of sexual misconduct

Bosses at anti-poverty charity Oxfam are due to meet Government officials today to discuss allegations of sexual misconduct by some of its aid workers.

The staff members have been accused of using prostitutes in Haiti following the earthquake which devastated the country in 2010. Paying for sex is illegal in Haiti and against Oxfam’s code of conduct.

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