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CaMinus is a project that tests the Camino de Santiago Francés in an electric wheelchair.
The main objective of CaMinus de Santiago is to identify the points that for reasons of orography, natural barriers and architectural barriers have to be adapted so that people in wheelchairs make the Camino de Santiago without barriers.
CaMinus communicates to the municipalities that the black points or the difficulty in localized sections correspond with the objective that the entities and organizations can coordinate and execute the necessary indications and improvements: an adapted signaling, localized repairs and enabling alternative routes that save the sections that for their orography they are not adaptable.
CaMinus de Santiago offers you this simple guide where we mark the Way for those who come behind. It is a first data collection, expandable and in need of continuous surveillance.
CaMinus is a long-term solidarity project with a broad plan of actions in order to reaffirm the values ​​of improvement for all people and those with special needs or with some kind of functional diversity.
CaMinus aims to be an ambassador of accessibility. CaMinus seeks a social benefit for people with mobility problems by visualizing the difficulties that this group faces every day.
This project is an intense human experience starring a team with great capacity for overcoming and emotionally connecting with thousands of people along the Way.
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Oct 15, 2019

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CaMinus es un proyecto que testea el Camino de Santiago Francés en silla de ruedas eléctrica.

El objetivo principal de CaMinus de Santiago es identificar los puntos que por razones de orografía, barreras naturales y barreras arquitectónicas han de ser adaptadas para que las personas en silla de ruedas realicen el Camino de Santiago sin barreras.