What We Do ?

Human Responsibility

We believe that humankind has a mantle of responsibility towards Earth, the only home we have & we are working to fulfil that responsibility.

We are a Section 8 Non-profit Company that works in research, development, consulting, and grassroots action for innovative solutions in sustainable development.

4 Main Pillars



Animal Welfare

Animal Welfare



Environmental Conservation

From confrontation to symbiosis

At eArth Samvarta Foundation, we are driven by a belief that humankind has a mantle of responsibility towards Earth, the only home we have. We also believe that environmental conservation does not need to compete with development aspirations. Instead, development can be achieved in harmony with our planet. For this, we advance research and development of solutions that address development needs in a way that does not come at the cost of our environment. While doing so, we also serve to give a voice to grassroots aspirations with policy makers. This helps create an enabling environment for community driven solutions that cater to both development aspirations as well as environmental concerns. Our work in grassroots action aims to not only create awareness about environmental challenges, but also empower communities to act as natural stewards of their local ecosystems.

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Animal Welfare

Addressing Man-Animal Conflict

Man-animal conflict is on the rise only because the development needs of humankind are seen to be competitive with the needs of all other non-human inhabitants of our planet. eSF is developing solutions to help man live in healthy coexistence with animals and their shared habitats. eSF’s operations in animal welfare first began with small scale rescue, medical aid and rehabilitation of animals. Our Managing Director single-handedly treated and cared for over 200 different types of animals in Faizabad city, all of whom were victims of man-animal conflict. The recorded cases ranged from roadkill; attacking stray cattle for grazing on farmers’ fields; poisoning of dogs, cattles, monkeys etc. and asphyxiation and organ failure of cattle, dogs and other animals who scavenged for food in landfills and ate plastic and other toxic waste.


What inspired eSF to develop the Samvedna Initiative & GauDhan Shala model ?

As the number of calls for animal aid and rescue increased exponentially, Abhishek Singh decided that medical aid is only a reactionary solution against the man-animal conflict. He began stressing on addressing the underlying cause of man-animal conflict and creating solutions which facilitate symbiosis of humans with animals. For this, eSF added the Samvedna initiative which is a network of friends of animals which helps people connect with each other to crowd-source different types of help, resources and expertise for animal rescue and care.

Additionally, eSF also developed the GauDhan Shala model which provides a shelter to cattle who have been abandoned on the streets. The GauDhan Shala facility also brings employment and income generation opportunities for villages and also improves access to clean energy through Biogas. The GauDhan Shala model thus help incentivise villagers to understand that unproductive cattle need not be a liability.

This further strengthened Samvarta’s vision of turning humankind’s current confrontation with the planet into a symbiotic relationship of coexistence in harmony.

Abhishek Singh

Abhishek Singh, MD & Chairman, eSF giving an injured calf water as he was sending her to the hospital for immediate medical attention.


Clean Energy

eSF is driven by the cause of every child who is forced to study under the light of kerosene lamps; by the cause of every woman who has to travel for miles to collect fuelwood to feed her family while toxic fumes damage her own health.

The challenges of environment degradation and climate change cannot be solved without addressing our energy glut in this age of the Anthropocene.

There are three major energy challenges we face today:

  1. The entrenchment of fossil fuels as a source of energy. The processes involved in production, distribution, and consumption of fossil fuels deteriorate public health as well as the health of our planet.
  2. Weak international collaboration & technology sharing in renewable energy technology: Research, innovation, and development in renewable energy needs to be paid a lot more attention and requires significant political and financial capital and international collaboration.
  3. Energy poverty in the form of either zero access to energy or lack of access to clean fuels.
Fossil Fuels
Boy studying in candle light



Our motivation towards environmental stability and addressing energy challenges is derived from a deep awareness of the security challenges the planet faces. Large-scale refugee crises, immigration challenges and increasing conflicts across the globe are fueled by extreme climate disasters, environmental instability and resource scarcity like water crisis and droughts.

Our energy glut is also a significant factor in increasing conflicts across the world. eArth Samvarta Foundation envisions solutions that accommodate security challenges in our quest to help restore the planet’s peace and tranquility.

For any inquiries email info@samvarta.org