A REPORT into Oxfam's handling of sexual abuse allegations is due to be released today.

The Charity Commission has been looking at how the Oxford-based charity dealt with claims that its staff were exploiting women in earthquake-hit Haiti.

The commission launched the inquiry in February last year after The Times reported that three employees were sacked for gross misconduct in 2011.

Although the behaviour was reported to the commission at the time, the regulator said it had concerns that Oxfam might not have disclosed all the details and about its handling of the crisis.

The scandal led to the resignation of the charity’s deputy chief executive, Penny Lawrence, and chief executive Mark Goldring. 

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More than 7,000 people cancelled their regular donations, leading to Oxfam having to make large cuts to its services. 

A spokesperson told Sky News: "We are committed to improving our safeguarding and culture, and have taken action to address our past failings, including tripling our investment in safeguarding and ensuring that all staff participated in code of conduct and safeguarding training.

"We have appealed for people who have any concerns to come forward."

The report will be released at 1pm, according to the Third Sector website.