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African Women Claim W.H.O Workers Used Ebola Crisis to Rape Them

A report co-produced by The New Humanitarian, a non-profit human rights news agency, and Reuters on Tuesday said that 51 women in the Democratic Republic of Congo have accused World Health Organization (WHO) personnel, along with representatives of several aid agencies and non-governmental organizations, of using the Ebola crisis as an opportunity to sexually exploit them.

Liberia was the country worst hit by a two-year Ebola outbreak that saw 4,800 deaths

Doctors Without Borders Fires 19 Employees for Sexual Harassment and Abuse

International humanitarian group Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF), better known in the United States by the English version of its name “Doctors Without Borders,” issued a statement on Wednesday announcing that it received 146 complaints about sexual harassment and abuse against its staff in 2017. The group took action on 24 cases and fired 19 of its employees.

SIKAMINIAS, GREECE - OCTOBER 16: Recently arrived migrants line up for buses provided by the medical charity Doctors Without Borders after arriving from Turkey onto the island of Lesbos on October 16, 2015 in Sikaminias, Greece.

Government Reviews Oxfam Ties After Sex Abuse Scandal in Haiti

LONDON (AP) — The British government is reviewing its relationship with Oxfam amid a deepening sexual misconduct scandal involving some of the charity’s employees working in Haiti after its devastating 2010 earthquake. The U.K.’s Department for International Development sharply criticized

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