Minister of Labor was the president of the “For All Coffee”, at Ministry of Labor, with the support of the Office of the Permanent Secretary for Labor, Department of Employment, Department of Skill Development, Boncafe (Thailand) Co., Ltd., and Thai Autism Foundation at the dinning area of the Ministry of Labor, Dindaeng District, Bangkok, provided the disabled (autistic) who trained and can make coffee and other beverages with mentors as consultants and supervised during work at the shop. It creates opportunity for people with disabilities to learn from real experiences, to build up their own career in the future and to make people with disabilities have a career and income that can be self-reliant. It leads to good quality of life.
Police General Adul Sangsingkeo, Minister of Labor, said that the “Fort Coffee Company” was created by cooperation between the Office of the Permanent Secretary for Labor, Department of Employment, Department of Skill Development, Boncafe (Thailand) Co., Ltd., and Thai Autism Foundation The concept of setting up a coffee shop in the Ministry of Labor is used by the ministry in the cafeteria as a place of operation to reduce disparity, generate income, create jobs, create jobs for the disabled to follow the guidelines of the government to focus on the development of human capital in pall target groups, which must go together “STRONGER TOGETHER” Throughout the years, the Ministry of Labor has integrated with the private sector, civil society, disability organizations, and other networks to support people with disabilities in their career, income and self-reliance. It leads to good quality of life. At the same time, the Thai Autism Foundation organizes career development programs such as the Autism Program, which helps to get people to work successfully. The Thai Autism Foundation provides training support and Boncafe (Thailand) Co., Ltd. supports the “Forte Coffee Company, Ministry of Labor”. Encourage entrepreneurs to learn about the promotion and support of autistic people. This creates confidence for autistic people and parents to live together in a normal society. It also complies with the Act on the Promotion and Development of the Quality of Life of People with Disabilities, BE 2550 (2007) and Amendments (No. 2) 2013, Section 35 (Product or Service Area). In other public or private sectors that must comply with the law to create a way of operating in the form of “public” concrete. For the management of the shop, the Thai Autism Foundation, Boncafe Thailand Co., Ltd., and the Thai Autism Parents Association will manage the shop by providing the disabled people with the training and can make coffee and other beverages at the Ministry of Labor 3 – 5 people with mentors and consultants during the sale by switching to other disabilities, the opportunity to try to sell coffee and beverages to create opportunities for people with disabilities to learn from real experiences and to be able to work in the future. The restaurant offers hot and cold beverages such as tea, lemon tea, green tea, cocoa, cold milk, coffee beans, red lime, lemon honey and fresh coffee such as espresso, Cappuccinos, and latte, etc., by skilled individuals and individuals with special needs said Minister of Labor.