Are you looking for loved ones in affected #Yolandaph areas?
Here are some ways on how to locate your relatives and missing loved one in affected #Yolandaph areas:
1. GOOGLE PERSON FINDER
This tool allows relatives and friends to input names of people they are looking for or post information about themselves or people they know for others to find. Google started a service called “Person Finder” as a way to collect and publish names of missing people as well as those came through the storm.
Please click the image below to use the Google person finder.
2. #TRACINGPH PLATFORM [PHILIPPINE NATIONAL RED CROSS]
The Philippine Red Cross has deployed assessment and rescue teams to the areas affected by the recent typhoon Yolanda to evaluate the damage and to support rescue efforts.
Welfare Desks and tracing services are established in the affected areas. The form allows families without news of their loved ones in affected areas to contact the PRC Social Services Department.
Refer to this link: #TracingPH Platform (Philippine National Red Cross)
3. SURVIVORS LIST
ABS-CBN has put together a list of survivors based on posts on different social media accounts, other news agencies and local government units.
Refer to this link: ABSCBN SURVIVORS LIST
4. OFFICIAL GAZETTE ANNOUNCEMENTS
The Official Gazette has posted a list of casualties based on the annex of a report from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) issued on November 10.
Please refresh this page from time to time as it will be updated when new information comes in.
NDRRMC Site – http://ndrrmc.gov.ph/