Report: UK aid sector 'ignored' sexual exploitation

Since exploitation of women in Haiti was exposed six months ago, a new report by the British parliament says lessons are still not being learned by the aid sector.

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    Humanitarian groups have been aware of, but not acting upon, allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by their own staff for years - that is according to a report by the International Development Committee of the British parliament.

    Recently, the UK-based aid group Oxfam saw several resignations after a scandal involving its staff in Haiti.

    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba reports from London.


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