This program is about 1 hour long
(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) Haiti's tax on emergency relief supplies brought in by CNN featured; details given about how customs held up Doctors Without Borders aid trucks.
(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) The plight of Haiti's homeless examined; scenes shown from a tent city camp run by actor Sean Penn. [PENN - worries about the camp & the problems of getting people back to their neighborhoods that are still in the dark; explains the lack of relief coordination.]
(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Penn about Haiti. [PENN - outlines what needs to be done to care for the people; comments on the airport tax on relief agencies, the medical information problems for NGOs, the decisive action by his agency.]
(Port-au-Prince: Sanjay Gupta) The medical crisis with the lack of intermediate care examined; scenes shown of patients in a hospital; details given of the financial crisis that could close hospitals, the current lack of volunteers & resources. [Project Medishare/Bernard Mevs Hospital Dr. Jerry BIRTAR, Marlon BITAR- ask where is the money; says a lot of patients will die if we shut down.] [American Red Cross-Haiti Matt MAREK- talks about money, resources, what can be supported.] The medical situation in Haiti where the distribution system is clobbered & how aid groups are not working together discussed.
(Port-au-Prince & US: Gary Tuchman) The story of two-year old Haitian refugee Jenna updated; scenes shown from the orphanage in Port-au-Prince where the children lived outside after the earthquake & of Jenna in America; details given about the adoption process. [Adoptive mom Elizabeth DOWLING- talks about Jenna, her angry behavior & how this is uncharted territory for her.]
(Port-au-Prince: Anderson Cooper, Gary Tuchman) The tough situation for Jenna & her mother discussed.
(New Orleans: Randi Kaye) The process to slowly close the new cap reviewed, BP's position on the procedure & the Coast Guard's revised position on a 65-foot limit on media access discussed; video & diagram of the operation shown.
(Studio: Joe Johns) Three terrorism bombings in Uganda; The Swiss government's freeing of film director Roman Polanski & the bidding war for Hugh Hefner's "Playboy" reported.