LONDON – The Oxfam director in Great Britain, Mark Goldring, will at the end of the year blow-off in the organisation. He was criticized for his handling of a scandal over the alleged use of prostitutes in Haiti in 2011 by employees of Oxfam.
Goldring hurries in a car (archive photo).
“After the very public disclosures of Oxfams shortcomings in the past, we have put our efforts doubled to make sure that Oxfam, a safe and respectful place for everyone who contacted us,” said Goldring in a statement.
“We are putting now a solid basis for recovery, I am personally fully committed to this phase to make sense to me.”