Asian Disaster Response: Missing Persons Helpline dedicate part ofwebsite

The National Missing Persons Helpline is to dedicate part of its website to people missing following the tsunami. From the end of January, the site will display photos of UK holidaymakers and local people still unaccounted for, at their families' request. The charity has applied to grant-making trusts for funding for a new member of staff and to the Home Office for money to cover the cost of the extra calls.

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