Oxfam's chief executive at the time, Dame Barbara Stocking, offered Hauwermeiren a phased and dignified exit because of concern that sacking him risked potentially serious implications for the charitys work and reputation.
A spokesman for the Department for International Development (dfid) which provided Oxfam with 32 million worth of funding last financial year said that the manner in which the "appalling abuse of vulnerable people" was handled showed a serious lack of judgement at the senior level.
12 Speaking on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show, the international development secretary, Penny Mordaunt, said Oxfam had failed in its "moral leadership" over the "scandal".Oxfam said some people may have falsified references or asked individual staff members to provide references, but said it couldn't prevent such actions.However, he said that the internal report at the time only referred to "serious misconduct" without going into details of the allegations.corrects number of Oxfam staffers from six to seven."La prostitution en Haïti : le cas d'un bordel du centre-ville- Par Dareus Erné".
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"Oxfam has not and would not provide a positive reference for any of those that were dismissed or resigned as a result of the case the charity said.
In light of the information revealed by The Times, a spokesperson for the Commission commented that: "We will expect the charity to provide us with assurance that it has learnt lessons from past incidents".
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11 The UN has a zero-tolerance policy towards its personnel visiting the local sex trade, but this is virtually unenforceable.
3, unaids estimate there to be 70,000 prostitutes in the country.Retrieved Wallace, Hunter (23 February 2014).United States Department of State Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor.Similar sentences may be imposed on those obtaining, or attempting to obtain, sexual services from a victim of trafficking.The charity said it investigated the allegations in 2011 and perpetrators were all sacked or resigned.Oxfam chief executive Mark Goldring apologised on Saturday, saying he was "deeply ashamed of Oxfam's behaviour"."But I'm not apologising for the fact that Oxfam continued its work in Haiti.".Two other staff members have resigned, while four others were dismissed by the charity.Image: Millions of Haitians were affected by the 2010 earthquake."UN Peacekeeping Economies and Local Sex Industries: Connections and Implications" (PDF).1 2, the country used to be a premier destination in the 1970s for sex tourism for adults, including gay men.13 In response to the revelations, Liz Truss, the chief secretary to the Treasury, described the reports as shocking, sickening and depressing.