We have been recognised for the positive impact we make on communities as well as on social-economical development and growth.
Maroi African Hunting Safaris supports the Limpopo Provincial Government- Department of Health.
Doctors without Borders/ Medecins Sans Frontiers started ‘The Musina Model of Care’ project in 2007. In 2013 the Musina Project was handed over to the Department of Health in the Limpopo Province.
The Musina Model of Care is a proven strategy for agricultural workers based on distant farms. This integrated mobile approach provides core services to farm workers, such as:
Maroi African Hunting Safaris employs Community Health Workers on a permanent basis to assist the Department of Health, as well as the Mobile Clinic, which visits Maroi African Hunting Safaris on a weekly basis to provide care for the farm workers. We also take an active role in supporting the medical needs of our workers and are currently bsy building a permanent clinic on our premises.