A sign is seen above a branch of Oxfam, in London, Britain February 12, 2018. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
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Scandal-hit British charity Oxfam was reeling Tuesday after fresh claims of sexual assault and rape, this time between aid workers in South Sudan.Evans told Channel 4 News of a survey conducted during her 2012-2015 tenure which exposed a "culture of sexual abuse" in some Oxfam offices.The survey of 120 staff across three countries found between 11 and 14 percent said they witnessed or experienced sexual assault.Oxfam has been battling accusations it covered up a scandal involving its aid workers in Haiti, which has put government funding at risk and threatens its global reputation.
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