Several former female employees at Doctors without Borders (MSF) have alleged that aid workers at the charity widely used “local prostitutes” while working in Africa.
One former aid worker said MSF employees even gave medication in exchange for sex.
The whistle-blowers spoke anonymously to the BBC’s Victoria Derbyshire programme.
In February, MSF said it dismissed 19 staff members over sexual harassment and abuse.
In response to the latest allegations, the medical NGO said it has a strict code of conduct which doe not tolerate “abuse, harassment or exploitation” or the use of prostitutes.
According to the BBC, the allegations were made against MSF logistical staff and not doctors or nurses.