CNN's Gary Tuchman talks to people on the ground in Haiti awaiting the landfall of Tropical Storm Isaac.
Sean Penn's J/P HRO foundation is helping Haitians prepare for Tropical Storm Isaac. He talks to Anderson Cooper.
In a short amount of time the rains from Tropical Storm Isaac will soak Haiti. As I'm writing this rain is starting to fall and clouds now cover what was a bright, sunny sky earlier this morning.
As we made our way through some of the camps yesterday many living there told us they were unaware that the storm was headed their way.
CNN's Gary Tuchman: "I've never gone to a city, and a capitol like Port au Prince, and seen no preparations whatsoever."
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In an area of Port-au-Prince called "Icar", make-shift tents are all that people have for homes. We drove here expecting there to be serious concern about Isaac, but to our surprise, very few people even knew there was a storm coming this way. This is the most serious weather threat since the earthquake of 2010. FULL POST
Two years after the earthquake, Anderson Cooper speaks with President Michel Martelly about his plan for recovery.
In this web exclusive, Sean Penn tells Anderson Cooper about his vision for recovery in Haiti, and the struggles facing aid organizations.
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The morning after the earthquake, Anderson Cooper was on the ground in Haiti reporting on the catastrophic impact.
Anderson Cooper returns to places devastated by the earthquake. He reports on the progress and challenges in Haiti.
Anderson Cooper talks to Sean Penn about his work in Haiti, and the progress and obstacles in the effort to recover from the 2010 earthquake.
Watch more of the interview with Sean Penn in a web exclusive.
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