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Stricter requirements to aid organizations after the Oxfam scandal

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LONDON – Britain will support aid agencies to stop that not to a number of conditions. That said minister of development Aid Penny Mordaunt in response to reports about misconduct in Haiti by the staff of the British branch of Oxfam.

Stricter requirements to aid organizations after the Oxfam scandal

Mordaunt said that the aid agencies have a duty to their staff and the people for whom and with whom they work to protect against abuse. The bewindsvrouw wants the aid agencies to explain how they provide protection.

Last week reported to Oxfam that a number of employees of the Uk branch in Haiti she had serious misconduct. That recognized the aid organization after notification by The Times about alleged seksfeesten with young prostitutes after the earthquake in 2010. Oxfam emphasized, however, that there is no evidence that underage girls were involved in possible seksfeesten.

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