Editor's Note: CNN reporters are on the ground in Haiti updating you with the latest developments on the aftermath of the earthquake. Here is a rundown of what we have planned.
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The Situation Room 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. (ET): One week ago today, the 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti. The massive effort to distribute aid continues, but who is in charge? And is President Obama satisfied with how the aid is distributed?
Campbell Brown 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. (ET): Who is making decisions about how volunteers, doctors and supplies are getting into the country of Haiti? What are the lines of authority and who's being held accountable?
Larry King Live 9 p.m. – 10 p.m. (ET): Last night, The American Red Cross and UNICEF's United States Fund raised about $7.3 million in donations from 8 p.m. to midnight, during "Haiti: How You Can Help," a special "Larry King Live." Tonight, more on the rescue efforts and what you can do to help.
AC360° 10 p.m. – 12 a.m. (ET): Tonight, Anderson visits a school in Haiti that collapsed during the earthquake. Hundreds of children are buried in the rubble. He'll also file a reporter's notebook on covering the aftermath of the quake over the past week. Gary Tuchman reports on adoption logistics and how Haitian children already in the adoption process are being united with their parents.
Tonight on 360°, we have the latest developments from Haiti. We have the remarkable story of a baby trapped for 62 hours, who is found alive. Plus, we're tracking the aid, a slow process. What's taking so long to help those in need?
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An International Red Cross spokesman warned that up to 3 million people may have been affected by Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti. Here are some organizations specifically helping Haiti.
Providing Basic Needs:
• American Red Cross
• United Nations Foundation/CERF
• World Vision
• UNICEF USA
• International Relief Teams
• Save the Children
• Catholic Relief Services
• Samaritan's Purse
• American Jewish World Services
• Clinton Foundation
• George W. Bush Center
• Yéle Haiti
• World Concern
• Mercy Corps
Providing Medical Aid:
• Direct Relief International
• International Medical Corps
• Medical Teams International
• Doctors Without Borders
• Operation USA
• MAP International
• World Health Organization
• Project Medishare
• Partners in Health
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Amid the horror and suffering in Haiti, there are amazing stories of survival. Tonight on 360°, live from Port-au-Prince, Anderson will bring you the story of a baby girl found alive in the rubble of her home. She had be trapped for 68 hours with no food or water.
Speaking of living without basic needs, we're tracking the relief effort. Some aid has finally arrived in Haiti, but getting it to those in need is not an easy task. We'll show you what's going on.
Today the U.S. military was asked why it wasn't the first on the ground with supplies. We're keeping them honest.
The USS Carl Vinson arrived off the coast today, carrying 51 hospital beds, three operating rooms and 19 much-needed helicopters. The Carl Vinson can also purify water, thousands of gallons of water per day.
Other U.S. military personnel is already in Haiti and more is on the way.
Help can't come soon enough. Many people in Haiti are losing patience. There were reports of sporadic rioting today.
Despite the tension, despite the deaths, there was also a touching moment of solidarity today. Hundreds of people, mostly women, took to the streets of Port-au-Prince, singing and chanting as they marched around the capital.
Here are some of today's other developments:
- An 11-year-old girl rescued from the rubble of her home Thursday in an
hours-long effort has died, her family said Friday.
- At least 6 American deaths have been reported in Haiti
- There is still no confirmed death toll from the earthquake. Haiti's
prime minister has said that several hundred thousand people may have been
killed, and the Haitian consul general to the United Nations has estimated the
toll could top 100,000
- At least 100 bodies were discovered by a CNN crew in one open pit
outside Port-au-Prince, along with several other pits half filled or completely
covered over with earth, presumably full.
- A few fire trucks and tankers were seen distributing water Friday
- The U.S. Postal Service is holding mail destined for Haiti, a
Join for these developments and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET.