Tijuana, Mexico, Dec 6 (Notimex).- The National Chamber of the Food and Restaurant Industry in Tijuana (Canirac, for its acronym in Spanish) will promote the transcription of Braille menus to strengthen inclusion in this border city.
The System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF, for its acronym in Spanish) municipal and Canirac, through the collaboration agreement "DIFunding Inclusive Spaces", seek to favor the inclusion and care of people with disabilities in the gastronomic sector of the city.
The president of the DIF Tijuana Board, Dolores Rivera de Gastélum, said: "We want to make Tijuana an equal, equitable and inclusive city, where people have the same opportunities, regardless of their condition."
Among the actions that stand out in the agreement, is the willingness of the Canirac members, led by Miguel Angel Badiola Montaño, to transcribe menus in Braille restaurants, which will make Tijuana an inclusive city.
It also highlights in the agreement, participation in literacy workshop of the same system that gives the paramunicipal to promote these transcriptions and promote care for people with visual disabilities.