Why the world needs to be a child’s world

Children can become a global financial juggernaut, and this is just one of the many ways that they can do so.

The world has never had more children than now.

This means the world’s economies need to be designed to take in a higher share of children.

The economic and political consequences are staggering.

And they are not going to be addressed by children themselves.

The financial consequences will be on their parents.

Child care is a crucial component of the economy of every country.

It will require investment and investment is hard to come by.

The economy of the world is built around child care, and child care is the core of the child’s life.

The children of today are the children of tomorrow.

Children are the future of the global economy.

And if we want to see that future, we need to start investing in child care today.

The global child care market is worth $7.4 trillion, according to the International Labour Organization (ILO).

This represents the value of the annual income of nearly 1.3 billion children.

That’s more than the entire world’s gross domestic product.

Children have the power to create wealth and transform the world, and their financial investment is a critical element of the economic success of our world.

It’s also the core reason why so many of us care about the future.

That means we must start investing now in childcare.

But the child care sector is underfunded, and it is time to address this.

This is the first of three articles in this series.