Clinton Foundation Raised USD14M for Haiti

    The Clinton Foundation Haiti Fund raised approximately USD14 million for Haiti reconstruction, recovery and relief operations since its creation in January 2010. To date, it has allocated USD3 million to more than 13 U.N. agencies and nongovernmental organizations working on the ground in Haiti.

    It also supported the shipment and delivery of equipment, agricultural products, tents, medicines and other critical supplies, some of which were donated by private organizations and businesses, according to a press release from the Clinton Foundation.

    Among the organizations that received money from the fund are ACTED, CARE, Concern Worldwide USA, the Food and Agricultural Organization, International Organization for Migration, International Rescue Committee, Medecins du Monde, Medecins sans Frontieres, Oxfam, Partners in Health, Save the Children USA, UNICEF, and the World Food Program.

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