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MANILA, Philippines (UPDATE 7: November 18, 9:22 a.m.) - Thousands searched for their family members in areas desolated by supertyphoon Yolanda--an effort made difficult by paralyzed communication lines
As a result, local governments and private companies and organizations culled lists of victims and survivors of the devastating calamity alongside relief drives.
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.
The Department of Social Welfare and Development also created document listing more than 750 survivors in Tacloban City:
Malacañang similarly released an official list of casualties.
The following list of survivors in Leyte and Samar was consolidated from various sources, namely those submitted to Philstar.com, television networks, collected by government officials and some non-government organizations.
The following list from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council was recently released, containing names of over 12,500 people injured. (Download the PDF file here)
Various social media campaigns to trace and track victims have been launch. A notable Twitter trending topic on Wednesday is #TracingPH, embedded below.