From 2005-2007, Sokola conducted post-disaster program for children and adults in 3 villages in Aceh Jaya district to face the post-tsunami (December 2004) challenges where up to 65% of the community lost their lives. Sokola's volunteers lived with the communities in the refugee camps, assisting them to rebuild their lives. Sokola also facilitated the availability of micro finance, a children centre, vocational training, and delivered school lessons.
In 2009, a 5 on Richter Scale of earthquake hit West Java not only damaged houses but also caused landslides in Cianjur. Sokola sent volunteers to join the emergency response program in there.
The customary village of Dukuh in Garut, West Java was burned by fire in October 2006. Sokola assisted the community to rebuild their traditional mosque and to re-document their written cultural heritage that was destroyed in the fire. The mosque for the Dukuh community is not only a place of worship, but also a centre for cultural activities.
The eruption of Mount Merapi in 2010 devastated the villages around its peak. Sokola raised donations and distributed aid directly to affected villages.
Sokola raised aid, sent volunteers and distributed aid to survivors of the earthquake disaster in Bantul, DI Yogyakarta in May 2006. Sokola also established a shelter where children can play and learn safely while their parents work for rebuilding houses and villages.
Sokola carried out the Sokola Ijo (green school) program and the rebuilding of the Madrasah Ibtidaiyah Muhammadiyah (MIM) School in Karangdowo Klaten, Central Java which was completely destroyed by an earthquake in May 2006. MIM School was architecturally designed and built to anticipate earthquakes and to be environmentally and children friendly .
In early April 2021, flash floods hit Adonara, NTT and claimed many lives and materials. Hakola Humba together with volunteer friends took the initiative to raise funds and distribute them in the form of basic food assistance, supplies, and trauma healing activity for children.