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Gai Aadharit Unnati, G. A .U
[Cow Based Development]

Revitalizing the agrarian economy with the STFS model

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Harnessing potential

Effective destitute(stray) cattle management and STFS model can save India 55B USD in foreign exchange.

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With proper management, 2-3 destitute(stray) cows can produce enough biogas to cook daily meals for a family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children).

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Introducing Social-Technical-Financial System (STFS) – an enabler for ESG

An ecosystem carefully crafted through consultations with experts in animal husbandry, agriculture, bio-energy, and the Indian economy. STFS aims to address the challenges of destitute cattle and reintegrate them into the mainstream.

How does STFS work?

  1. Donors contribute funds transparently through the GAU platform.
  2. Donors can track their specific cow’s progress
  3. Funds are used to provide fodder to Gaushalas through collaboration with a dedicated company
  4. The Gaushala reciprocates by providing dung to the company for biogas generation
  5. The NGO oversees and evaluates the entire process.

With G.A.U.’s efforts and the STFS approach, we ensure the well-being of stray cows and a meaningful existence

Empower your giving with tracking!

Our advanced technology ensures precision and transparency in your contributions leading to even real time tracking soon. Simply log in to our portal to easily monitor the gaushalas and individual cows you’ve supported with your donation. Stay informed

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Surbhi Gaushala has about 200 cows and calves who are happily residing here. They have also arranged shelter to native breeds like Gir, Sahewal, and Gangatiri.


Currently, Muni Seva Ashram manages three Gaushalas (cow sheds) and one heifer rearing center. Our Gaushalas include Gir and Kankrej cows, both indigenous breeds of India.


Akhil Karnataka Prani Daya Sangh® in Kormangala, Bangalore has been developed in an environment surrounded by large trees and currently houses over 1300+ cows, cattle, other animals, of the different species, and thousands of Pigeons.


Kanha Upvan Gaushala is Asia’s largest government-managed gaushala with 10000+ cows. It is situated at the Kanha Upvan block inside the capital city of Lucknow.


Rashtrotthana Goshala in Doddaballapur Bazaar, Bangalore is a top player in the category Animal Shelters in the Bangalore. This well-known establishment acts as a one-stop destination servicing customers both local and from other parts of Bangalore

Sustainable Development Goal

The cow-based economy has the potential to help the country achieve the Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations. Some prominent SDGs that can be achieved through the GAU ecosystem are:

SDG 2 - Zero Hunger

A cow-centred economy pays attention to animal care, which ensures that the cows are well fed and taken good care of.

SDG 5-Gender Equality

GAU provides opportunities to bridge the gender gap and achieve gender equality. Aids rural women and girls in becoming financially and socially self-sufficient.

SDG 8 -Decent Work and Economic Growth

SDG 8 focuses on promoting sustained and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employees, and decent work for all.

SDG 11-Sustainable Cities and Communities

SDG 11 focuses on making cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable.

SDG 17 -Partnership for the Goals

A sustainable development agenda requires an effective partnership between the government, private sector, and civil society.


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