Typhoon Yolanda Survivors's List and Person Finder

Google Person Finder 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.

If you are looking for somebody, click "I am looking for someone" and input the name and pertinent details of the person you are looking for. If there is a match with anybody in the list, the system will list matching names.

If you have information on a person who might be in the list, click "I have information about someone" and follow instructions in the form that pops-up.  

The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), which sent its IT team to Tacloban City to map the extent of the damage, also came up with the list of survivors below:

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, 6:00 a.m. The page is updated as official reports are issued.

The spreadsheet below shows casualties listed by the DSWD:

List of Casualties from Eastern Samar collated by the DSWD:

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