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Aid workers had paid for sex orgies while on a mission in Haiti

London England: Oxfam, one of the largest charities in Britain, Australia and other parts of the planet, has condemned the actions of some former staff members after a news report stated aid workers had paid for sex orgies whilst on a mission in Haiti to help those people affected by the devastating 2010 earthquake.

“The behaviour of some members of Oxfam staff uncovered in Haiti in 2011 was totally innapropriate, against our values and the high standards we expect of our staff,” Oxfam said when asked to comment on a report in The Times of London that aid workers had paid prostitutes for sex.-*

“As soon as we became informed of the allegations we immediately started an internal investigation. Allegations that underage girls may possibly have been involved were not proven,” Oxfam said, adding that four members of staff were dismissed as a result of the investigation and three resigned before finalising the investigation.

The Times report said workers paid for “full-on Caligula orgies” with survivors of the devastating earthquake, including some who could have been underage.

One unidentified source was quoted as saying that Oxfam workers had invited groups of young prostitutes to their guesthouse in Delmas, near Port-au-Prince, for sex parties with some of the sex workers wearing Oxfam T-shirts.

The report accused Oxfam of covering up the scandal by allowing those involved to immediately resign or leave quietly after being sacked. It said one of the men who was allowed to resign was given a “phased and dignified exit” for fear of damaging the charity’s reputation.

The report stated that prostitution is illegal in Haiti but Oxfam didn’t report it to Haitian authorities because “it was extremely unlikely that any action would be taken.”

Oxfam neither confirmed nor denied the Times newspaper report but said its misconduct findings had “related to offences including bullying, harassment, intimidation and failure to protect staff as well as sexual misconduct”.

The 2010 earthquake in Haiti killed 220,000 people and left millions more homeless.

The UK Charity Commission said such allegations risked undermining public trust in charities.

“The public expects charities to be safe and trusted environments that safeguard those who come into contact with them,” a Charity Commission spokeswoman said. “Allegations such as those involving Oxfam staff risk diluting public trust.”

“One would expect the charity to provide us with assurance that it has learnt lessons from past inappropriate behaviour and is taking all necessary steps to safeguard all who come into contact with it.”

Reuters, Fairfax Media


Henry Sapiecha

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