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Children's development khazana project

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VISION

The Children’s Development Khazana envisages to be a lifeline to poor, marginalized children and adolescents, where they get opportunities to save and withdraw money and where the adolescents can take advance for their economic empowerment and personal development.

Conceptualized and initiated by Butterflies in the year 2001, Children’s Development Khazana (CDK) is a life skills education programme, educating children and adolescents, democratic values and financial management. Hamara Foundation started CDK in March 2011 with support of a group of professionals from ABN AMRO Private Banking, Netherlands.

The primary objective of CDK is to impart life skills education to children teach them to be responsible, priorities their needs, budget and save. Children between the age group of 9-18 years are the members, volunteer managers and promoters of CDK. Particularly any child who is associated with Hamara Foundation can be a member of Khazana, which is their own and is run by children themselves under the guidance of adult facilitators.

In CDK, members organize general body meetings, nominate their own child volunteer managers (for six months) and members for the advance committee, who are then provided training to handle their responsibilities of basic book-keeping & accountancy, communication skills and to work in a team. As part of practicum children manage their own Khazanas on cooperative principles at set timings and members focus on becoming entrepreneurs or learning a professional skill and overcoming their situation of poverty and insecurity.

The core objective of CDK is to promote life skills education through democratic participation, and inculcate knowledge of cooperative and financial management, fundamentals of management, accountancy & banking principles and promoting entrepreneurship.

CDK is a Life Skills Education which -

  • Enables children to meet their survival needs
  • Increases children’s life skills
  • Helps children develop financial management skills
  • Equips children with vocational and entrepreneurial skills
  • Facilitates children’s participation in decision-making processes
  • Educates children on democratic values

Objectives
of Children’s Development Khazana

CDK’s primary objective is to impart life skills education, teach responsibility, prioritization of needs, budgeting and the inculcating the habit of saving. Children between the age group of 9-18 years are the members, volunteer managers and promoters of CDK. Any poor marginalized street child can be a member of Khazana, which is their own and is run by children themselves, under the guidance of adult facilitators. In CDK, members nominate their own child volunteer managers (for six months) and members for the advance committee, who are then provided trainings to handle their responsibilities, in communication skills, and to work in a team.

Children’s
Development Khazana Process

CDK’s primary objective is to impart life skills education, teach responsibility, prioritization of needs, budgeting and the inculcating the habit of saving. Children between the age group of 9-18 years are the members, volunteer managers and promoters of CDK. Any poor marginalized street child can be a member of Khazana, which is their own and is run by children themselves, under the guidance of adult facilitators. In CDK, members nominate their own child volunteer managers (for six months) and members for the advance committee, who are then provided trainings to handle their responsibilities, in communication skills, and to work in a team.