Jodelin Cadet is 27 and lives in Caracol, Haiti. His dream is to find work in Canada and earn good money some day. He currently earns the equivalent of two Euros a day driving a motorcycle taxi.
UK charity Oxfam has revealed that three staff bullied a witness during a 2011 inquiry into sexual misconduct in Haiti. Its release of a formerly confidential report comes as it tries to rebuild trust after the scandal.
In the wake of sexual abuse allegations, Oxfam has lost another of its ambassadors. Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu spoke of "immorality and possible criminality," as Haiti launches a probe into the incidents.
Following the Oxfam sex scandal, the EU says charities risk losing their funding if they do not meet ethical standards. Oxfam's deputy chief executive has resigned while taking "full responsibility" for the scandal.
Oxfam's head will meet with a British government official to discuss how to move forward following a sexual misconduct scandal. London has threatened to cut off funding to organizations that don't undertake reforms.
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