The family explained that Anav went out of the family house in Taawun area in Sharjah around 3.00pm, and did not return home since then.
The wooden fishing boat was carrying 89 onboard when it departed for neighbouring Malaysia through an unguarded route. But it sprung a leak soon after departing before being hit by strong waves and sinking.
"They are suffering from malnutrition and severe dehydration, but they are gaining weight, with no risk to their lives," Januario Carneiro da Cunha Neto, an indigenous health official in the northern city of Manaus, told AFP.
One person was missing after the late Sunday avalanche near the Pakistani border, said Najibullah Hanif, who heads Kunar province's information and culture department. The landslide followed a day of heavy snow.
With 35 people still reported missing, fears that the death toll could climb further sent firefighters and volunteers scrambling through the remains of houses washed away in torrents of mud, many of them in impoverished hillside slums.
Around 1.8 million people have been affected in the largely rural, mountainous province — 286,000 of whom have been evacuated to safety while more than 2,700 houses have been damaged or collapsed entirely, Xinhua said.
The pair had traveled by boat to Jaburu lake, in the northern state of Amazonas near Brazil's border with Peru, and were expected to return to the city of Atalaia do Norte by around 9:00 am Sunday, two rights groups said in a statement.
"The child, Holly Clouse, has been located, she is 42 years old and alive and in good health," Texas Assistant Attorney General Brent Webster said at a news conference.
Three of them were rescued and provided with the necessary first aid by the paramedics before transferring them to the hospital for further medical treatment, while the other five are still missing.