QRCS not only relieves disaster-stricken communities, but also continues to work after the crisis is over to repair all the damage and help the population restore their normal life.
These efforts include:
- Health services: Such as establishing, equipping, operating, and rehabilitating hospitals and health centers; launching vaccination and health education campaigns; setting up surgical camps; and dispatching medical specialists.
- Rehabilitation of damaged infrastructure: Such as electricity, water, and sewage systems; roads and bridges; schools; hospitals; and public facilities.
- Food Security: Through distributing food packages for reasonable periods to the poorest families to protect them against hunger.
- Permanent housing projects in line with the local environment and help for families to rebuild their damaged houses.
- Startup of productive projects/enterprises to secure livelihoods and help local community reestablish itself.
- Support of education by providing schools with stationery, textbooks, desks, and libraries, as well as improvement of the schooling environment.
- Promotion of a culture of peace and coexistence: Through educational and informative courses for social integration, cooperation, and social harmony.