New York, Feb.19 (ANI): The United Nations has launched a record-breaking appeal for nearly 930 million pounds to help Haitians hit by the devastating earthquake.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and his special envoy for Haiti, former US president Bill Clinton, launched the appeal at a meeting with diplomats from many of the 191 other UN member states.
Clinton said the appeal was important to begin long-term rebuilding, but the world must first help millions of Haitians living day by day and facing many health and environmental problems.
"We have to move them from living day-to-day to where people are living month-to-month," he said.
According to The Mirror, donors had already pledged 434 million pounds, as aid. (ANI)