Bill Clinton marked the fourth anniversary of the 2010 Haiti earthquake on Sunday with the following statement.

“Today marks four years since the devastating earthquake in Haiti. With the support of the international community, the Haitian people and its government have been rebuilding and revitalizing important sectors like economic development, education, energy, health, and agriculture. Despite their progress, much remains to be done, so we must continue to work with the Haitian people.

“Our Foundation is now focusing on sustainable projects and investments that will create jobs, grow small businesses and protect the environment. As we remember this solemn anniversary, we also recognize that Haiti has the opportunity for a bright and prosperous future — one that its people and children deeply deserve."

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