NLM People Finder for Typhoon Sendong
The National Library of Medicine provides a People Finder to help locate your loved ones after a disaster. You can now add people and search for people affected by the Typhoon Sendong. You can also report and search for people surviving the Turkey earthquake and the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
From the NLM People Finder About Us:
All data contained on this Web site are available to the public and are searchable by all visitors to the Web site. Data are received from multiple sources: direct submissions to NLM using the “ReUnite” application or email, from the Google Person Finder, and from other organizations, as indicated on individual records. The site may not be moderated, and NLM and other contributing organizations do not review or verify the accuracy of any of the data presented on this Web site. Note that data received by direct submission to NLM may be disseminated to other agencies, institutions, and organizations assisting the effort to locate missing people,including the Google Person Finder.
Ways You Can Search:
Once you have performed a search, you may also limit your results by status, gender, and age. Status choices are missing (blue), alive and well (green), injured (red), deceased (black), found (brown) or unknown (gray). Gender choices are male, female, and other/unknown.
Age choices are 0-17, 18+, or unknown.
Please spread the word about the NLM People Finder, to help family and friends find eachother in times of natural disasters.