The purpose of this on-going project is to contribute towards sustainable development through the effective utilisation of gas from household biogas plants (which were built in a decentralised manner by NGO members and partners of INSEDA) and switch over from biomass like firewood to clean renewable energy generated from utilizing animal wastes and other organic wastes in the rural areas of Kerala and Madhya Pradesh. (ii) The project activity is generation and utilisation of clean and environmental friendly gas from the household (family size) bio-digesters (plants) from domestic farm animals and other locally available organic wastes. This will improve hygienic conditions in the rural areas and would also lead to reduction in greenhouse gas (GHS) emission by displacing conventionally used firewood for cooking, and thus contributing to the mitigation of Climate Change. In addition, these household biogas plants (bio-digesters) would also remove drudgery of rural women in the collection of fire wood and cooking, reduction of indoor pollution as well as, Socio-Economic impact: The replacement of traditional fuel with gas from bio-digesters from domestic farm animals and other wastes remove drudgery of rural women in the collection of fire wood and cooking, reduction of indoor pollution The residues (slurry) is a valuable plant nutrient and soil enricher Environment impacts: Reduces greenhouse gas (GHS) emissions by displacing unsustainable firewood for cooking, reduces uncontrolled methane emissions and eliminates black carbon from households. The residues (biogas digested manure in the slurry-form) discharged after giving the environmentfriendly and non-polluting gas from the bio digesters would be used as enriched organic fertilizer, increasing water holding capacity of the soil and improve the soil conditions for the crop production.