February 1st, 2010
04:04 PM ET

Tonight: Text 360°

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Tonight we report on how children in Haiti are coping with the challenges they face in the wake of the January 12 earthquake that rocked the country. Who is caring for them and what is happening with the orphans?

A massive two-week food distribution effort aimed at reaching 2 million people has begun in Haiti's quake-ravaged capital.

AC360° Correspondent Joe Johns is on the ground in Haiti where he will be live with an update on the situation in the country. Do you have questions for him? Let us know.

Send us a text message with your question. Text AC360 (or 22360), and you might hear it on air!

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soundoff (8 Responses)
  1. michelle johnston-watson

    Is there a need for toys or books for all the children ?
    If yes,who would you need to contact ?

    February 1, 2010 at 5:23 pm |
  2. Thony EDOUARD

    with the county so corrupted whats the plan on reconstructing haiti?
    Is the Us government gonna make some type of control ?
    are the people gonna have social security # so they can start paying taxes ?
    Is the country gonna open up their doors to companies and investors and not have to deal with any people in the government asking for a cut.

    can we have something or someone in your show tracking where the money goes just like the stimulus package.

    Can CNN have some type of news or small programm station in Haiti/

    February 1, 2010 at 5:11 pm |
  3. Carole

    Hi, I was just thinking about a complaint of many Haitians: the lack of news. Has anyone thought to give out radios so that the people of Haiti can get current information?

    February 1, 2010 at 4:56 pm |
  4. Philippe

    You recently reported on the mass grave issue in Haiti, do you know the ahitian goverment fix the problem

    February 1, 2010 at 4:52 pm |
  5. Sandra MacPherson / Canada

    I read a news report ....UN defends Haiti relief as airlifts resume... in the body of the report were these words..."Diseases such as diarrhea, measles, and tetanus are rising in tent camps, prompting UN agencies and the government to prepare a mass vaccination drive, while survivors also face rising crime with reports... of rape and violence."........makes me ask...UN agencies can 'mass vaccinate' but are having trouble mass feeding these people who are starving???

    February 1, 2010 at 4:42 pm |
  6. Rose Hershberger

    So much money has gone to the Red Cross for Haiti. I'd like to see someone Report on WHAT the Red Cross is actually doing to help the people in Haiti. So little has been reported since they were initially "setting up and getting organized." What are they doing after that was DONE?? THX so much for your excellent reporting and all you do to help the people of Haiti, Anderson & all CNN Reporters!!

    February 1, 2010 at 4:27 pm |
  7. Esther Paul

    Why has the Haitian president been so Not involved in the recovery aspect and recovery of Haiti. Little has been said to his whereabouts. It's a shame that at this enormous time of need, their leader is in hiding. I would love to know what is on his agenda for Haiti and it's recovery. I appreciate so much the great coverage by you and your team Anderson. The Haitian people needed s voice and you gave them that. God bless you.

    February 1, 2010 at 4:26 pm |
  8. Darlene

    What about the other cities that were effected is food and medical aid taking place in those locations? Any word on long term plan for Haiti?
    Please tell me the money being collected for Haiti does not fall into the hands of the Haitian government!

    February 1, 2010 at 4:25 pm |