‘Without giving, we can never ask back!’

Supporting Jai Baghesur Trust for paying back to the society!

The difficulties of the poor and deprived ones can never be experienced by sitting comfortably inside air conditioned cabins. To come across the adverse circumstances and situations that the underprivileged section of the society has been facing in remote villages and hamlets, you are required to move out and experience everything yourself.

Our farming community at Bagdara Farms has itself emerged from the ground level by struggling hard and facing the hardships to attain the position that it has achieved today. And hence, we can very well correlate with the tough times that tribal and villagers have to face each day.

We firmly behold a belief that ‘giving back to the society is equally and much more important than always taking away from it’. With the deep feeling of uplifting a deprived section of the society in our hearts and fulfill our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) towards the society, we chose to fund and support Jai Baghesur Trust, which is actively working for uplifting the Baiga Tribe in Madhya Pradesh.

Jai Baghesur Trust is thriving hard to protect and save the Baiga Tribe, which still exists in many parts of Madhya Pradesh, India. The trust ensures that each member of the Baiga community gets an easy access to educational and employment opportunities for a better future tomorrow.

The prime objective of the trust is to provide free of cost classes to implant the seeds of education in each and every Baiga. It also offers women with free art and craft training to sustain and empower themselves independently and entirely on their own. It is because of the trust’s efforts that the lives of Baiga families have seen to be changing for a better tomorroaw, over the period of time.

To raise and support such a noble cause and initiative taken by the Jai Baghesur Trust to bring a change in the lives of Baiga Tribe, we have joined hands with it. From monetary help to physically carrying out social service activities for saving the jungles and existence of Baigas, we are by the trust’s side.

Jointly we have planted 1,000 trees in the area and given employment opportunities to the tribes for striking a balance in restoring wildlife as well as the degrading condition of the Baigas. With our collaborative and continued efforts, we hope to bring smiles across the Baiga Tribes.

Our farming community at Bagdara Farms has itself emerged from the ground level by struggling hard and facing the hardships to attain the position that it has achieved today. And hence, we can very well correlate with the tough times that tribal and villagers have to face each day.