Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Do Children Start Better Banks?

Amanda Warren
Activist Post

Pipe down, William Golding - Children don't often take the path of Lord of the Flies. In fact, they appear to help each other by starting more ethical banks among themselves. As for what they will do when they become adults, we cannot tell.

But in the Fatehpuri neighborhood of Old Delhi, India, street children needed a way to keep their money safe. The Children's Development Khazana [bank] (CDK) was created by, for, and run by children.