Frank Barnaba has saved the people from human trafficking situations decades and received an award from President Ronald Reagan for his work. Now retired, he began the Barnaba Institute continue its humanitarian mission. As the President, Frank will provide the direct services to victims of trafficking, often involved in dangerous urban environments in the Northeast. The Barnaba Institute offers not only necessities, such as clothing, for the victims, but also education and training Abou … Read more »

Frank Barnaba has saved the people from human trafficking situations decades and received an award from President Ronald Reagan for his work. Now retired, he began the Barnaba Institute continue its humanitarian mission. As the President, Frank will provide the direct services to victims of trafficking, often involved in dangerous urban environments in the Northeast. The Barnaba Institute offers not only necessities, such as clothing, for the victims, but also education and training about the scope and dangers of trafficking to other organizations and the general public. Contacts with many organizations such as Covenant House, the largest non-profit child agency in the U.S., outreach and rescue techniques made available a forum for Frank. However Barnaba Institute executive director, is concerned not only with the fulfillment of the mission of the organization, but the search for appropriate means. After the “seed” funding used in the first three years, the CEO must now review its decisions to continue into the future.
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Marie Stone,
John A. Seeger
Source: North American Case Research Association (NACRA)
18 pages.
Release Date: 1 December 2012. Prod #: NA0127-PDF-ENG
The Barnaba Institute: combating human trafficking and build a presence HBR case solution

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