After the crisis is over, we work to support recovery. We establish long-term relationships in the communities where we work. We train and educate clinical research staff both in the US and in communities worldwide to help protect and prepare those who will be on the front lines. We employ social and anthropological experts to ensure we are culturally sensitive to the norms of the communities where we work. Even after our operations conclude, we support survivor networks, providing training and job opportunities for those whose lives have been affected by the outbreaks. We do this not only as a humanitarian effort but in recognition that these relationships will enable a better positioning when we need to return.