A confidence crisis spread through the international aid community Tuesday amid accusations that the charity Oxfam had buried reports that its workers had prostituted survivors of the Darfur genocide, a catastrophic earthquake in Haiti and possibly disasters beyond those. Haitian President Jovenel Moise condemned those involved in the scandal, saying on Twitter that “there is nothing more outrageous and dishonest than a sexual […]


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