Former US president Bill Clinton is urging the aid groups serving Haiti`s devastated communities to help rebuild the country`s government and ultimately put themselves out of business by fostering a self-sufficient nation.
One restored a Haitian president to power; the other flew him back out again. Former US presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush are visiting Haiti on Monday, reminding the country of its tumultuous recent past.
Two months after a devastating earthquake hit Haiti, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is visiting the country for a second time on Sunday, to assess the situation on the ground and to prepare for the upcoming donors conference.
The US troops are withdrawing from the shattered capital, leaving many Haitians anxious that the most visible portion of international is ending even as the city is still mired in misery and vulnerable to unrest.
Terming the destruction in Haiti as "unprecedented", a senior UN official has said it is the most serious challenge posed to the world body so far and methods of providing relief have exceeded their capacity.