Students working at the newly opened bakery receive salaries and are supervised by a group of teachers and coaches. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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students serve up baked goods in TyreA new bakery at a center for people with special needs in the southern coastal city of Tyre is attracting customers from across the country, including locals and UNIFIL forces stationed nearby. Sonbola Bakery serves fresh bread, desserts and more. Attached to the Mosan Center for Special Needs, the bakery is managed by a group of students with special needs who bake and manage the business.The students, among them Lebanese, Egyptian, Syrian and Palestinian children, are aged between 3 and 20, with 69 girls and women and 101 boys and men.Twelve students work at the newly opened bakery for approximately three hours a day and receive salaries, supervised by a group of teachers and coaches.
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