Our community development programs are rooted in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs, ensuring a comprehensive approach to uplift individuals in our communities.
At a Hanna Station, we begin by establishing a Soup Kitchen and provide other basic needs on communal vacant land. This serves as the foundation of our engagement with the community, allowing us to understand and address the unique challenges faced by individuals. Importantly, these initiatives also foster the formation of meaningful friendships and connections which leads to empowerment and social development projects.
In South Africa, poverty has become a pressing issue that cannot be overlooked. Across all Hanna Stations we operate, we are faced with the responsibility of supporting a significant number of individuals, making it a challenging mission to provide nourishment to all without any governmental support.