Firefighters are the people trained to be the first to respond in this natural catastrophe. Ravenous fire causes more than 10,000 houses to be evacuated and more than 100,000 people to leave the area as a security measure to prevent further loss of life.
The firemen, rescuers, and volunteers in disaster zones are the first in the zero zone. They are brave people prepared and trained to help in the worst circumstances, often putting their lives at risk to save other people and make them safe.
While beyond their daily work in addressing societal ills, the Volunteer Ministers are among the first to arrive when disaster strikes. Trained to respond to emergency situations, they provide whatever is needed to immediately alleviate suffering and bring order quickly. And because the technology they apply is simple and effective, they quickly train others so they too can provide help.
With their organizational skills and ability to bring order, as well as their effective help to victims and emergency personnel, thousands have joined their ranks and Volunteer Ministers have emerged as one of the largest independent relief forces on Earth.
They have also become a global force delivering effective solutions in disaster zones. "Something can be done about it." L. Ron Hubbard