Oxfam boss, hit by Haiti scandal, to stand down at the end of 2018

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LONDON (Reuters) – Oxfam Great Britain chief executive Mark Goldring, who was criticized for his handling of a scandal over the alleged use of prostitutes in Haiti in 2011 by Oxfam staff, will stand down at the end of the year, the organization said on Wednesday.

“Following the very public exposure of Oxfam’s past failings, we have redoubled our efforts to ensure that Oxfam is a safe and respectful place for all who have contact with us,” Goldring said in a statement.

“We are now laying strong foundations for recovery. I am personally totally committed to seeing this phase through.”

Reporting by Alistair Smout; Writing by William Schomberg

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