The driver from the director is all sexually exploited | UK report against United Nations and international charities

The driver from the director is all sexually exploitedThe UK report against United Nations and international charities

The driver from the director is all sexually exploited
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The epidemic of international relief aid firms has led to sexual harassment.

The world's first aid relief companies, such as Oxfam and Save the Children, involved in sexual harassment. United Nations officials and employees of the world's largest organization involved. From these guards to guards to drivers, complaints from the groundworkers to the director have complained against everyone.

They are trapped in helpless women and girls in the name of relief aid. One day, not two days, it's a tragedy that has happened for two decades. Misconceptions and impunity culture are getting away due to the miscreants. A British government report reveals this horror of sexual harassment. The investigation report of the House of Commons International Development Committee was released on Tuesday.

On Tuesday, CNN reported. In the report, all the stories of sexual violence in refugee camps in countries such as Liberia, Guinea, Syria and Sierra Leone in Africa have emerged. 13 to 18 year-olds are victims of sexual harassment.

Many victims of harassment have been subjected to sexually transmitted diseases and unexpected pregnancies. A homeless girl in Haiti (name not mentioned) In 2010, a senior Oxfam official from the United Kingdom-based non-governmental relief aid agency raped her in exchange for only one dollar aid. Another teenage girl said that a relief worker by having sexual intercourse with the help of a relief aid. She became pregnant.

In February this year, a decision was taken to investigate fresh allegations of sexual harassment against workers of the companies. The report was published after about six months of investigation. It has been said in the report that no action has been taken by the agencies to resolve such cases for many years.

Committee Chief, MP Stephen Twig, said the figures of the failure of at least 17 years of longtime were highlighted in the report. Supporting companies have tried to hide their time-bound events to keep their reputation.

It is also reported in the report that in 2001, the employees of the United Nations and other aid agencies carried out sexual acts against girls aged 13 to 18 in refugee camps in Liberia, Ghana, Syria, and Sierra Leon.

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