2016U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton jokes with her staff wearing Halloween masks on her campaign plane in Erlanger, Kentucky, U.S. October 31, 2016. Reuters/Brian Snyder

WikiLeaks has released more than 30,000 hacked emails that put Hillary Clinton into controversy, but some of them have revealed the good side of the US presidential candidate.

The Huffington Post has unearthed five emails that showed Clinton's empathy on issues about child trafficking, earthquake, abused boys and the Yemeni girl who got herself a divorce at the age of 10.

Clinton addressed the importance on her email in January 2010 with a subject line Haiti - Child Trafficking.

"That is important. I will work on it--there's a very long and sobering list. Does Jillian have specific ideas?"

In WikiLeak's list, Clinton received an email from Mark Hyman, an emergency doctor, asking for assistance for the earthquake victims in Haiti. "We arrived at the general hospital last night with 1500 people sick or dying with 40 percent needing surgery. It has no water electricity or food and very limited surgical suites or supplies It the largest and most well known public hospital in the city and according to NH and paul farmer needs to be supported and it's infrastucture needs to be rebuilt," Hyman said in the email.

"Right now we have surgeons but not enough operating rooms set up. We desperately need to get a generator and fuel and surgical lights and surgery supplies not just first aid. There are hundreds including children with festering wounds needing amputation and emergency surgical care. The doctors nurses and patients have no food or water," according to Hayman's email.

In response to Hayman's request, she forwarded the email to her 2008 presidential campaign senior adviser and counsel Cherry Mills. "Mark, emergency room doc, is w Paul Farmer; Pier is his orthopedic surgeon wife. Is there any way to help asap? This should be the highest priority. Coulc one of the medical teams already there move over to help? Could Gen Keen or UN get the supplies and generators they need to them at first light?" Clinton replied in the email.

Clinton did not forget the request about the food and water as she sent a message in same email thread to Mills,"Also food and water?"

When it comes to the closing down of the Jamal's Place TLP program that helped abused and neglected young boys Clinton was unhappy about it. "What a sad commentary about our values today. I sound more curmudgeonly everyday but it is hard to see the clock being turned back on so much that matters, especially poor kids. Oh well, I can only hope the tide turns soon," Clinton replied on the email.

In one of her emails, it showed that she wanted to help a 10-year-old Yemeni girl that was reported in CNN. Clinton mispelled the girl's name, although it's likely she was talking about Nujood Ali, a central figure in her country's movement against child marriage.

"Do you recall Noon i Ali(?), the ten year. old Yemeni girl who got herself divorced? I met her at the Glamour awards last year. There was a CNN story last few days about how unhappy she is, still living at home, not attending school and quite angry that her life is not better. Is there any way we can help her? Could we get her to the US for counselling and education?"

Clinton is the Democratic Party's nominee for the coming presidential election on Nov. 8. She is running against Republican candidate Donald Trump.