Here, preserving our natural heritage is a way of life. Suppliers and producers are encouraged to get involved in protecting the environment through innovative ways.
Jaisal & Anjali Singh have personally designed & created each of the exclusive destination experiences out of sheer passion and an overwhelming commitment to protecting and preserving India’s wildlife, heritage and culture for future generations. Together along with the team they have built around them, Jaisal and Anjali Singh, are hugely passionate about implementing well-regulated eco-tourism practices to protect India’s wildernesses.
SUJÁN raises awareness among their suppliers about using natural, traditional and organic farming methods and a ‘no plastic’ policy. Indigenous plants are nurtured and grown throughout the grounds.
Prolific afforestation, particularly pre–monsoon, the use of local materials in low impact construction such as mud walls and grass banks, and a careful use of fuel are just some of the ways in which we help reduce the carbon footprint around JAWAI. The organic farm and dairy help preserve gene strains of indigenous poultry and cattle while providing homegrown produce, tended by our team of gardeners and farmers.
For every guest who visits a SUJÁN property a conservation contribution is directly fed into a fund with which SUJÁN provides financial support and resources to their own projects and local conservation partners.
SUJAN’s conservation initiatives run across several districts of Rajasthan and focus on:
a. The protection and preservation of wild animals and their habitat
b. Giving land back to wildlife
b. Wholistic Community development - Key areas: Health, Education, Employment
c. Monitoring, anti-poaching and research
SUJAN has adopted 11 schools around JAWAI, across 5 villages. This includes teacher training, imparting computer skills, supplementing mid-day meal schemes, providing infrastructural support to school buildings through repair and construction and repair of toilets.
12 teachers have been inducted into our Teacher Training Programme from 5 villages around JAWAI. This allows teachers access to better training tools including vocational training including proficiency in teaching methodology.
Computer Training Centre has been donated at the village of Bisalpur which imparts training to 325 students from multiple villages around JAWAI 1474 students impacted through the school adoption programme, allowing them better and more hygienic access to learning areas. 8 sanitation workers employed on a regular salary to service sanitation requirements of 1250 households in the JAWAI area.
Over 102 acres of agricultural land has been returned to wildlife and ecological use at JAWAI by land-lease and other agreements with local farmers which ensures they are financially protected while land is simultaneously returned to wildlife, allowing biodiversity and space.