Thousands of children go missing every year but thanks to the Notfound.org project, websites/ blogs like this can easily help to make a difference and raise awareness of the problem. By installing their application on a website/blog a picture of a missing child automatically gets published on every ‘404 - page not found’ of the website. As shown in the example below, each time a 404 page appears it randomly displays a missing child's details.
The example below is of a well known child missing in Kos, Greece.
It is evident that the more websites that support the Notfound.org project, by donating their 404 page for this use, the more a missing child's picture and details will be displayed. Hopefully someone, somewhere, will recognise one of these children, know their whereabouts, and help the authorities to find them.
Website owners, webmasters and web designers can find out how to support the Notfound.org at http://www.notfound.org. Anyone without a website can also help by telling those who do about the project.
The picture and details of older people (adults) may also appear as they may have been missing for a long time and/or still have parents and family who are still seeking information about them. eg.
If you don't have a website but know someone who has, copy this e-mail and send it to your friend, your CEO or your company webmaster.
Thousands of children go missing every year across the Europe. Some of them run away from a situation of conflict or abuse at home or from care, some are abducted by a parent or by a third party, and some go missing after being placed in a shelter having travelled unaccompanied. But there is a way you can help: installing the Notfound application, a picture of a missing child will be posted on every 404 page of your website. This will allow Child Focus to distribute the maximum number of photos, and help all missing children find their way home.
Discover the application on www.notfound.org.