Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton will travel to Haiti next
week as part of their relief efforts for the earthquake-stricken nation.
The two former presidents, who have administered a relief fund for the
country after it suffered a devastating earthquake in January, will go
there on Monday.
Clinton's office said details about the trip are forthcoming, but that the two former presidents would be accompanied by the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund's Board of Directors, which includes former White House chief of staff Josh Bolten and former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.).
President Barack Obama last week donated $200,000 of his Nobel Peace Prize winnings to the fund.