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Philippines: Putting people back in touch after Typhoon Haiyan

22-11-2013 Interview

Many days after the typhoon that devastated swathes of the Philippines, thousands of people still have no news about missing friends and relatives. ICRC protection coordinator Nancy Fournier explains how the ICRC and the Philippine Red Cross are tracing people reported missing and providing satellite phones so that people can reassure worried relatives "I'm alive!"

Lost touch with someone? Want to tell people you're OK? Visit our restoring family links page for Typhoon Haiyan/Yolanda.