Friday night had me going to the grand opening of Paul’s Coffee Shop in Windhoek. One of the volunteers, Claude, has been working to help establish the coffee shop over the last 3 months. What is so special in this case is that the coffee shop is operated entirely by persons with disabilities. The coffee shop will operate as a working school for persons with disabilities to learn about the food and hospitality business in a non-threatening environment. I have to say that the place is amazing and the food I had was wonderful. If I were around Windhoek more often I’d certainly stop in a couple times a week.
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Wondering if you think the same model would work here in the U.S.?