President János Áder visited a school, a hospital and a farm in Kenya funded by Hungary on Tuesday. As part of his eight-day visit to the region, the president visited the St. Joseph training center in a poor district of Nairobi, which has received 280,000 US dollars in funding from the Hungary Helps government program to build and equip a wing for vocational training. The school trains 200 young people with disadvantaged backgrounds. It is planning to raise student numbers to 500. The president also visited a hospital specialising in spinal surgery which has received medical equipment worth 188,000 dollars under joint Hungarian-Slovenian aid. President Áder also inspected a farm using and distributing VizŐr, a Hungarian soil additive designed to reduce the water demand of plants.
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