Social Workers and Rescue Forces in Disaster
Mohammad Reza Iravani; Hossein Ghazanfarpour; and Mohsen Pourkhosravani
Journal Title:International Journal of Basic and Applied Science (IJBAS)
We worked tirelessly to save lives. Completely overshadowed in the immediate reconstruction. Given the scale of destruction, it is a big job. Currently, demand for rehabilitation of earthquake-stricken people is low, We need to rebuild schools and hospitals, and rebuild our public infrastructure, We deserve to rebuild and repair homes. We have announced a series of programs for economic reconstruction and livelihood restoration. The social workers in these programs and services to help people in earthquake-stricken areas are reviewed. Earthquakes, tsunamis and other natural forms and Man-made disasters seem to be increasing in frequency. This can lead people to experience anger, loss, fear, grief and a host other emotions. Event, the earthquake that devastated Iranian city of Bam on December 26, 2003, shattered thousands of Lives, helping professionals, including social workers, joined the rescue in an attempt was made. We discovered this article in its interventions and that social workers identify the skills needed to help those survive a catastrophic situation.