Agriculture in all its forms is the primary driver of deforestation in tropical areas. The issue has become widely international with the various initiatives to fight against this deforestation (zero value chains deforestation, fight against imported deforestation, etc.). Agroforestry is a farming method that combines trees, crops or livestock. It has considerable advantages, particularly in the fields of soil protection and biodiversity conservation, insofar as the tree has an agro-economic function within the production system and is therefore preserved there. This system also actively participates in the fight against deforestation by directly involving the populations.

Agroforestry can indeed constitute excellent opportunities for forest companies (compensatory reforestation, renewal of a resource, establishment of partnerships with other actors, diversification of economic activities, etc.).

  • Design, implementation and monitoring of climate-resilient agroforestry programs and projects
  • Land analysis, choice of species and technical itineraries
  • Support to farmers for the establishment of agroforestry courses
  • Development of plantations, follow-up of works, management support

Some references

Etude de faisabilité du projet SupMed (production agricole résiliente et durable dans les zones rurales Méditerranéennes) au Liban et en Egypte.


Support to the monitoring of the project "La Montañona: Sustainable management of productive landscapes based on conservation agriculture, agroforestry, agro-sylvo-pastoral systems and forest protection" in El Salvador


Project to Support the Recovery of the Agricultural Sector in the Republic of Congo


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