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For all of last year, the total number of allegations of sexual abuse and exploitation against members of all UN peacekeeping missions was 51, down from 66 the year before, according to the secretary-general's latest annual report on the issue.
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'Only seven interviewees knew about the United Nations policy prohibiting sexual exploitation and abuse.' None knew about the mission's hotline to report it.
Each of those instances of transactional sex, the report continues, would be considered prohibited conduct, 'thus demonstrating significant underreporting.' It was not clear how many peacekeepers were involved.
Mark Goldring, the chief executive of Oxfam GB, claimed critics were 'gunning' for his organisation and suggested no-one had 'murdered babies in their cots'.
A woman employed by Oxfam has described how she was physically abused and assaulted on two occasions whilst working for the charity.
It was earlier announced Oxfam would withdraw from bidding for funding from the Department for International Development until the Government is satisfied it can meet the 'high standards' expected.
But one of the charity's senior officials has claimed the sex scandal engulfing the organisation is 'out of proportion to the level of culpability'.
Mikelange Gabo alleges Roland Van Hauwermeiren was in an Oxfam vehicle when he spotted her in the street while she was eight months pregnant and told her: 'I find you very sexy, how can I help you?
Van Hauwermeiren left his job at the medical charity Merlin in 2004 after a colleague claimed he hosted sex parties.
Despite this, he was recruited by Oxfam to lead a team in Chad, where he was accused of cavorting with prostitutes in 2006.
Members of such missions have engaged in 'transactional sex' with 225 women'For rural women, hunger, lack of shelter, baby care items, medication and household items were frequently cited as the "triggering need",' the report says.
Urban and suburban women received 'church shoes,' cell phones, laptops and perfume, as well as money.'In cases of non-payment, some women withheld the badges of peacekeepers and threatened to reveal their infidelity via social media,' the report says.