Sahara places a high importance on our social license to operate. We care about being a responsible corporate citizen, which is why we continue to embark on philanthropic activities in the regions where we operate.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy monitors and ensures our active compliance with the spirit of the law, ethical standards, national and international norms. A large percentage of our personnel are local, experienced workers and suppliers.
We also aim to make a positive impact on the environment and partner with globally accredited experts in ensuring the highest level of health, safety and security for all our personnel and equipment.
Clean up the World Campaign
In September 2016, Sahara embarked on a Beach Clean-up exercise at the Sakumono beach, located in Accra–Ghana. This programme was rolled out in close collaboration with the Australian High Commission (Ghana), Embassy of the United States of America (Ghana), and NshoreNa. The exercise saw over 200 participants join the local community members to rid the beach of filth.
Sahara has also given educational sponsorships to some brilliant but needy students to be able to pursue their tertiary education. The company pays their school and accommodation fees, as well as support them with monthly stipend for the purchase of educational materials and for their upkeep. One of such students is currently studying Biomedical Engineering at the University of Ghana, Legon.
Sahara Natural Resources is an internationally recognised contracting company delivering turn-key solutions to the mining industry through our on-the-ground local talent, highly specialised fleet of equipment, and most respected and sought-after consultants.