A boy stands next to an Oxfam sign on a kiosk that was used to distribute water in Corail, a camp for people displaced after 2010 earthquake, on the outskirts of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, February 16, 2018. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares
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British charity Oxfam unveiled an action plan Friday to tackle sexual misconduct following the "stain" of a prostitution scandal but the man at the center of the allegations denied organizing orgies.The new plan comes a week after revelations that Oxfam staff used prostitutes while working in Haiti following a devastating 2010 earthquake and a wave of subsequent allegations of sexual misconduct.Oxfam fired four staff members for gross misconduct and allowed three others to resign following an internal inquiry into what happened in Haiti in 2011 .But Roland van Hauwermeiren, who was Oxfam's director in Haiti at the time and one of the three who resigned from the charity, dismissed the allegations.Oxfam has come under fire for failing to inform other aid organizations of the allegations made against its staff including Van Hauwermeiren, who went on to work for French charity Action Against Hunger in Bangladesh.
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