The Humanitarian Emergency Response Unit (HERU) was established in 2007 in SEHER after the devastating floods that created havoc in major agricultural land of Balochistan. SEHER places a high priority on help those affected by a humanitarian emergency. Since 2007, SEHER had intervened to provide immediate relief to the affected people either that is conflict, floods, earth quake or drought. SEHER’s humanitarian work reached to the worst flood affected areas of Jaffarabad, Naseerabad, Barkhan, Chaghi, Kech, Turbat, Gwadar, and Kharan districts. SEHER worked for the people of Ziarat following the devastating Earthquake. A comprehensive relief program was put together to promptly respond to emergencies. SEHER evolved the HERU into Emergency Response Management Program to not only understand the mechanism of preparedness but creating awareness regarding Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) through teaching, training and responding to any natural disaster 24/7. SEHER Emergency Management Program has broad canvass which includes designing and implementing pre and post disaster situation, trained young leadership on Disaster Risk Management, Action and its Reaction Response Management.