The charity is the latest to be embroiled in claims aid workers paid for sex in crisis-hit countries. Government-funded charity World Vision has denied allegations its staff sexually exploited Haiti earthquake survivors. Paid employees of the evangelical Christian charity were accused of forcing Haitians in 2010 to have sex or pay money for World Food Programme aid, according to a report in the Mail on Sunday. Meghan Markle was a global ambassador for the children’s charity from 2016 to 2017. A statement from World Vision said the allegation “misrepresents our actions and omits key findings from our investigations which we described publicly… several years ago”. “Evaluations” carried out by World Vision “highlighted a number of issues…