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              • A group of 11 people in front of a café serving counter. Two people at the front of the group are in wheelchairs, the rest are standing and all are smiling towards the camera and waving.

                Fast-growing café chain with a majority of employees with disabilities

                Since 2017, Mitti Café has been providing hospitality training and employment opportunities in accessible cafés established on the premises of educational institutions or private-sector companies. As of 2020 there are 12 Mitti Cafés, which are managed and staffed entirely by adults with disabilities.
                Mitti Cafe, MITTI Café, India

              • Jobs in kindergartens and elder care for persons with intellectual disabilities

                The project organizes supported long-term traineeships for adults with intellectual disabilities in such areas as kindergarten supervision and elder care so these individuals can access the open labour market.The internships last for 14 weeks, during which each trainee must work at least three hours a week.
                Konekt vzw, Belgium

              • This picture shows someone's hands holding a smartphone on which an app is identifying the banknote held in front of the camera.

                Mobile app that identifies banknotes from more than 100 currencies

                Cash Reader, developed by the start-up company Hayaku from the Czech Republic, is an app for smartphones that identifies banknote values for almost every currency globally. Users point their smartphone’s camera at the banknote and the app informs them of the value, either using speech or vibration patterns.
                Hayaku s.r.o., Cash Reader, Czech Republic

              • This image depicts how Beeline Reader makes written digital content more accessbile using eye guiding color gradients flowing from the end of one line to the beginning of the next.

                Colour schemes that make texts on screens easier to read

                BeeLine Reader, a free web-browser extension developed in the United States, makes texts more readable on a screen, with each line starting with one colour and slowly changing to a second colour. The following line then starts with the same colour. This continuity supports visual tracking.
                BeeLine Reader, BeeLine Reader, United States of America

              • A man wearing a below-knee prosthetic. A boy wearing a below-knee prosthetic.

                Providing free adaptations and prosthetics for amputees and persons with mobility issues

                Jaipur Foot Organization provides free prosthetic devices and applications. In 1975, there were 59 prosthetic devices, today about 60,000 people annually receive specially designed prosthetic devices, wheelchairs etc. and even financial support. This is mainly in rural areas of India and in 27 other countries.
                Jaipur Foot Organization (BMVSS), BMVSS, India