In this article, Madeleine Schachter of the Weill Cornell School of Medicine and the New York Presbyterian Hospital discusses the special ethical duties of healthcare providers in global health settings. She advocates for increased attention to ethical conduct when working with vulnerable populations. Her article presents a case study about Concern Worldwide, a global health nonprofit, and their Innovations for Maternal, Newborn & Child Health Program, an exemplar of good ethical conduct in global health. This is an excellent read and an important resource for all working in global health. We are proud to bring this article to the global health community.