The notoriously pro-Third World UK “charity” Oxfam has revealed to be a nest of sex and paedophile perverts living it up on public donations by having sex with prostitutes and children in at least two locations in Haiti and Chad, it has emerged.
According to a new report in the UK’s failing extreme left Guardian newspaper, Oxfam has been “hit with new allegations of staff involvement with prostitution” after it was earlier revealed that employees in Haiti had used their postings and the organization’s resources to have sex with locals and children.
The report said that former staff who worked for the charity in Chad revealed that “women believed to be prostitutes were repeatedly invited to the Oxfam team house there, with one adding that a senior member of staff had been fired for his behaviour in 2006.”
The report said that one Roland van Hauwermeiren, who has since been “embroiled in a sexual misconduct scandal in Haiti,” was head of Oxfam in Chad at the time.
Van Hauwermeiren resigned from Oxfam in 2011, after admitting that prostitutes had visited his villa in Haiti. One former Chad aid worker said on Saturday: “They would invite the women for parties, we knew they weren’t just friends but something else.
“I have so much respect for Oxfam, they do great work, but this is a sector-wide problem,” the former staffer said.
Oxfam’s beleaguered chief executive, Mark Goldring, denied suggestions the charity had covered up revelations that staff had hired prostitutes in Haiti during a 2011 relief effort on the earthquake-hit island.
The UK’s charity regulator said Oxfam had failed to mention allegations of abuse of aid beneficiaries in Haiti and potential sexual crimes involving minors in a report to it in 2011. It took no further action at the time.
The scandal broke on Friday when the UK’s Times revealed that senior Oxfam staff had paid earthquake survivors for sex and that a confidential Oxfam report had referred to a “culture of impunity” among aid workers in Haiti.
The Times on Saturday said Oxfam did not tell other aid agencies about the behavior of staff involved after they had left to work elsewhere.
The Times went on to reveal that at least 120 Oxfam workers had been accused of sexual abuse in last year alone, and that Priti Patel, an Indian who is the UK’s former international development secretary, warned “predatory paedophiles” had been allowed to exploit the aid sector.