Prisoner/bank manger counting cash in Peruvian prison bank
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Peruvian prison bank run by prisoners for inmates savings

Peru's largest prison, San Pedro in Lima, has a bank for prisoners' savings - with a difference.

It is run entirely by serving inmates and a prisoner convicted of drug trafficking is the bank's manager.

The main concept is about establishing savings for their release and re-establishing trust.

The BBC's Anbarasan Ethirajan reports.

  • 21 Sep 2014
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