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Working with communities to solve complex problems with intelligence, sensitivity, and planning.

To be a helping hand for them

Emergency Rapid Relief Squad

Emergency Rapid Relief Squad (ERRS) is an independent vertical under the umbrella of the Humanity Welfare Council. ERRS values the interests of impoverished people worst hit by both natural and unnatural disasters.

We observed that India needs a well-built disaster management system. Therefore, we came up with the idea of a highly advanced rapid relief system catering to all the needs in the shortest possible time in a disaster-hit area.

We are currently reaching out to the most vulnerable areas adapting to strategies as per the needs of the geography of India.

Emergency Rapid Relief Squad

ERRS stands for Emergency Rapid Relief Squad

To cater to all the needs of the poverty-stricken and disadvantaged people in disaster-hit areas across India in the briefest possible time with a modern approach.

We envision developing a reliable and rapid response system that can foretell the occurrence of natural disasters that can avoid loss of life and natural flora and fauna.

If you are willing to serve society and support us in fulfilling this dream of ours, you can be a member of us as an individual or an organization. Your support is appreciated and much required for the success of our projects and programs. For more information, visit

You can also make a donation at Your support is appreciated and much required for the success of our project.

Also, volunteers and any sort of technological help and spreading of awareness would be appreciated.

If the donor is donating Rs.500 or more, then the donor would benefit 50% tax exemption under Section 80G of the Income Tax Act.

Becoming a disaster relief social worker typically requires a degree. Some programs allow students to specialize in areas like disaster crisis and intervention, emergency management, collective trauma, hands-on fieldwork or placement opportunities and other related disciplines. Such programs provide the advanced training, knowledge, and skills necessary to advocate for and support victims of disasters.

One of the key aspects in disaster mitigation is to take into account all aspects of a disaster - and not just human relief and rehabilitation. Economic, social and environmental impacts need to be anticipated and appropriate measures taken. The entire disaster cycle of prevention, preparedness, assessment, mitigation and response should be part of any disaster mitigation plans.

Natural disasters include floods, droughts, earthquakes, cyclones, hurricanes, tornadoes, typhoons, landslides, volcanic eruptions etc. Man-made disasters can include chemical accidents, oil spills, radiological accidents, conflicts/wars, mass population displacement or refugee emigration, forest fires etc.