Three hijabi women and two men are working in the kitchen of a deaf restaurant in Gaza. They are signing to each other.

In one Deaf restaurant in the Gaza strip, people can use sign language to order their meals. At the Atfaluna restaurant, most of the cooks and waiters are deaf. They serve both deaf and hearing customers. Atfaluna Society for Deaf Children established the deaf restaurant in Gaza in 2012.

Reuters published this news article in 2012. The web page is partly accessible for people using screen reading software. But images do not use alternative tags to describe them.

There are a few other deaf restaurants around the world where most staff are deaf and sign. For example, there is the Signs restaurant in Toronto, Canada.

Also learn about a coffee shop in Jamaica in which most staff are deaf. Or also explore other resources on employment and entrepreneurship.

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