I found another article about Haiti. http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/rwb.nsf/db900sid/MUMA-7ZV29H?OpenDoc**e...
Personally I do not see anything specifically related to women themselves.
"As the world paused today to remember the victims of the earthquake in
Haiti, we are reminded of the sacrifices made by people from around the
world in the wake of this disaster. Together with our condolences, we
offer our support for the men and women of the UN who are working to
bring relief to the people of Haiti."
"Immediately after the earthquake, the United Nations' Central Emergency
Response Fund (CERF) dispersed $25 million to kick-start urgent Haiti
relief efforts. The UN's leadership is vital to helping Haiti today, and
in the weeks and months to come. The UN is providing help with search
and rescue, emergency response, medical treatment, food distribution,
Again, it explains how the UN is trying to help. The article didn't talk about women directly, but what they did definitely helped women in Haiti for a great deal.