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Funding Needed for Biogas Plants in India

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Project RISHI (Rural India Social and Health Initiative)

Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address?

Fund request to partner with a NGO that can assist in the construction of a centralized Biogas plant in Anandwan, Maharashtra (India). Anandwan is a small village in South India that was first started as a rehab area for leprosy patients, but has expanded into a village surrounded by satellite villages as a home for orphans, disabled folk, the deaf, dumb and blind as a safe haven with a self-efficient economy and environmentally friendly lifestyle.

With the help of a partner, we can fund a centralized Biogas plant to assist Anandwan in converting food scraps, cow manure and feces into methane gas for cooking, heat and electricity, furthering their independence and setting an example for all the surrounding villages to follow in their footsteps.

What is your project and how will it help?

Funding a Biogas Plant will help the villagers to live with warmth, light and fuel for cooking at a minimal expense in the most eco-friendly way imaginable. By helping with their construction plans, engineering the design and funding the start-up costs, we can help Anandwan to create a self-sufficient method of fueling electricity and gas as a long-term and sustainable solution to their every day needs.

How can other people partner with you on your project?

We need passionate, interested partners to fund this project. More information can be given upon showing interest.

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More information can be given upon showing interest.

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Asia: India

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