Relief workers accused in ‘Caligula-style sex parties’

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Port-au-Prince, Haiti, homes destroyed by the January 2010 earthquake in which 222,570 people were killed, 300,000 injured and 1.3 million displaced. An estimated 97,924 houses were destroyed and 188,383 damaged in Port-au-Prince (Photo:

WASHINGTON – One of the biggest charities in the world is under fire for relief efforts in Haiti in which young local prostitutes were hired for “Caligula-style” sex parties by its workers – then covered up reports of the debauchery, possibly even involving minors.

The U.K.-based Oxfam, with offices in Washington and Boston, maintains a super-“progressive” mission statement that boasts about its work to improve the lives of woman and girls around the world who it maintains suffer disproportionately from poverty, permitted three workers to resign and fired four others after investigating the incidents, but also gave, at least some, positive references.

Its own internal report did not mention the potential of sex crimes

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