Often, QRCS personnel are the first to reach disaster-hit areas to help the families at risk, and they work nonstop to meet the urgent needs of those distressed in the following aspects:
- Food assistance: Including the basic food items necessary for families, chosen based on the common kinds of food in the target region.
- Nonfood assistance: Such as cooking tools, tarpaulins, heaters, heating oil, blankets, mattresses, mosquito nets, and other household needs.
- Urgent sheltering: In the form of tents and caravans that protect the dignity of the family and meet global standards.
- Emergency health care: In the form of mobile clinics, medical and ambulance teams, emergency health centers and camps, distribution of medicines, and free vaccinations for children.
- Water and sanitation services: To provide clean drinking water, garbage collection facilities, and sewerage networks to prevent contamination, epidemics, and water-borne diseases.
- Supportive services: Such as leveling and paving muddy passageways with gravel, repairing damaged camps and sheltering units, and installing solar water heaters.
- Psychological support: to boost the morale of the affected populations and help them withstand their calamities.
- Restoring family links: to find lost relatives and unite family members.