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Sep 08, 2020

Hungary Helps program utilized in Kenya

The Tangaza Catholic University will open a new agriculture faculty near Nairobi, while a health center will be built in northern Kenya, using funds from the Hungary Helps program.

 

The Tangaza Catholic University will open a new agriculture faculty near Nairobi, while a health center will be built in northern Kenya, using funds from the Hungary Helps program.

In a letter, Archbishop Anthony Muheira, Gary Mueller, chancellor of the university and Tom Lalampaa, head of the Northern Rangelands Trust, thanked the Hungarian prime minister for the funds totalling some HUF 85 million (EUR 236,000).

Lalampaa said that the health center will directly improve the lives of women and children, the most vulnerable groups of Kenyan society.