Oxfam accused of 'containing sexual allegations' against ANOTHER senior worker in Haiti | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Oxfam accused of 'containing sexual allegations' against ANOTHER senior worker in Haiti

The charity attempted to "contain" sexual harassment allegations involving Raphael Mutiku, a Kenyan aid worker in his 40s who led Oxfam's installation of water supplies in Haiti after the earthquake, according to an internal report seen by The Times.

The documents claim to show a final written warning was issued to Mr Mutiku in June 2010 following allegations of sexual harassment from female colleagues.

But six months later when it was alleged Mr Mutiku was paying young women for sex at his Oxfam accommodation, his manager at the charity's headquarters in Oxford is reported to have said he hoped the charity could "contain this".

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