Charity organisation World Vision, which has long been supported by Meghan Markle has admitted its workers traded food and cash for sex with survivors of the 2010 earthquake on Haiti.
According to Mail Online, survivors of the earthquake were “forced” by paid employees of World Vision – which received £17 million from the UK Government in funding last year – to have sex or pay money for World Food Programme aid.
An investigation confirmed people receiving aid were “subject to a level of sexual and financial exploitation”.
The charity admits some of those leaders were paid “temporarily” but says none were formal employees.
It comes after a report was published, revealing that aid workers traded wheat and life-saving medicines for sex with children in crisis zones, since 2001.
According to the Mail Online Aid Workers traded “oil, bulgur wheat, tarpaulin or plastic sheeting, medicines, transport, ration cards, loans, education courses and skills training” with girls aged 13 to 18.