Oxfam Former worker dismissed by Cafod after the Oxfam abuse claims:
The charity, which denies covering up the behavior of its employees after an earthquake in the country in 2010, is being investigated by the Charity Commission.
The charities regulator said it would announce the scope of its statutory inquiry into Oxfam on Thursday.
Oxfam said it would co-operate with the inquiry and it was in the public interest to become “transparent and accountable” and that lessons have been learned.
It comes as Cafod, an international development charity, said it has sacked a worker implicated in claims s*xually exploitation in Haiti.
The charity said the man had applied for the job in 2014.
References were provided from his previous employers and from somebody that the employee said was a former line manager from Oxfam, Cafod added.
He was dismissed on Wednesday when Oxfam affirmed claims he was one of its ex-workers who had been accused of s*xual misconduct.
Cafod said that it was “committed to a zero-tolerance approach to misconduct” and the worker’s failure to disclose the circumstances of his departure from Oxfam were in breach of its code of behavior.