Oxfam boss says the charity has been 'savaged… out of proportion'

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"What happened in Haiti and afterwards is a stain on Oxfam that will shame us for years, and rightly so", said Winnie Byanyima, executive director of Oxfam International.

Earlier this week at the NME Awards, Eavis' father, Michael, told the Press Association: "We've raised millions through the years with Oxfam - six million quid and everyone's said what a wonderful charity they are and we still support them".

"He took advantage of me and he took advantage of the situation", she told the Daily Mail.

Oxfam has launched a plan of action to improve its safeguarding and its responses to sexual misconduct allegations after a week of damaging revelations about the behaviour of some of its aid workers.

U.K. International Development Secretary Penny Mordaunt has warned that British government funding to the group - some 31.7 million pounds ($43.8 million) in 2016-17 - is at risk unless it comes clean about the allegations.

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Archbishop Desmond Tutu has chose to step down from his post as ambassador for Oxfam in wake of these allegations.

"From the bottom of my heart, forgive us, forgive Oxfam", the Ugandan director said in her native tongue, Luganda.

"He literally just pinned me up against the wall - was groping me, grabbing me, kissing me and I was just trying to shove him off", she said.

She also said van Hauwermeiren helped her by giving her nappies, milk and money for her child. "It was, in my opinion, a mature honourable lady, not an natural disaster victim and no prostitute, whom I met since I supported her young sister and very young mother with diapers and powdered milk".

There is also talk of Oxfam losing some of its funding; the organization has already agreed to stop bidding for government funding within the UK.

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The government has made three demands of Oxfam: that it produce a plan on how to deal with any forthcoming allegations, that it report any staff members involved in the Haiti scandal and that it fully cooperate with the Haitian authorities.

"This review marks the beginning of change for Oxfam as an global organisation - Oxfam Ireland is 100% committed to playing our part and to working with others in government and across the sector to implement urgent reforms that enable us to do more and do better for the world's poorest".

"He would bring back children's clothing for the toddler and he brought things for me", she said.

"He promised me and my cousin that he was going to take us on holiday to the Dominican Republic and that he was going to get us a job in America".

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