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Oxfam CEO steps down

Oxfam chief Goldring on a trip to Jordan in 2013
Oxfam chief Goldring on a trip to Jordan in 2013
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After allegations of sexual misconduct by some Oxfam workers, Mark Goldring said someone else should rebuild the aid organisation


The charity Oxfam has said its chief executive Mark Goldring is to step down following the alleged sexual misconduct by staff in Haiti.

Goldring said that someone else should rebuild the aid organisation.

He had come under fire for his handling of claims that aid workers used prostitutes in 2011. The charity was accused of covering up findings of an inquiry into the allegations.

Oxfam said Goldring's resignation was not to do with his handling of the humanitarian crisis in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.

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