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January 28, 2010 6:59 PM

U.N. envoy: Haiti quake aid mission is falling behind

"Where we are creating 4,000 jobs in cleaning rubble, we must create 40,000 jobs," Paul Farmer, the United Nations deputy special envoy to Haiti, told the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations Thursday. "We must hasten our efforts to get tents, tarpaulins and latrines or composting toilets to Haiti."

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