Conventional methods of cooking add tremendous pressure on natural resources with recurring demand for dry vegetative matter as fuel. In addition to that waste generated by livestock owned by locals is not put to the post efficient use. Burning biomass for purposes of cooking also imposes an additional pressure of air pollution, having adverse effects on the health of women and children.
The Deenbandhu Biogas Model has been constructed in India and Africa through capacity building of multiple stakeholders. The Deenbandhu Biogas Model developed by AFPRO has been approved by the Ministry of Non Conventional Sources.