This week, experts from aid and relief organizations across the globe are responding to an "earthquake" in South Carolina.
It's a not a real disaster, but a simulated one created to train aid workers to respond to real-life emergencies.
The six days of hands-on training is a graduate-level course designed by the Christian international relief agency, Samaritan's Purse.
What's the most important thing someone responding to a disaster can do to help someone survive? Ken Isaacs, who oversees training and development for Samaritan's Purse's disaster response teams, addressed that question and more on the CBN News Channel Morning News, April 26.