Cooking School For Hearing Impaired Chefs Opens In The Gaza Strip

Cooking School For Hearing Impaired Chefs Opens In The Gaza Strip
Innovation

A new program in the Middle East is offering deaf students a way to follow through on their passion for cooking.

Lamya Hussain
  • 9 april 2012

Al Jazeera reports on a new venture in the Gaza strip , a training restaurant where teachers are using their hands and not words to train twelve students with hearing impairments. These students are passionate about cooking and are determined to open their own restaurant, which would be the first to be run by deaf chefs in Gaza. For the past two months the students have been receiving stellar training by their teacher who is well versed in sign language, teaching these young aspiring chefs traditional Middle Eastern cuisine.

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