Landscape Management

When actors start thinking with the entire landscape in mind, the area can become productive in the long-term.

Across the world, landscapes are changing due to human activities, climate change and natural processes. In smallholder agricultural landscapes, a common challenge is that short-term crops and traditional farming practices are often at odds with the environment, resulting in increased erosion, reduced soil health and forest cover, and declining yields. AidEnvironment enables stakeholders in a landscape to sustainably manage their natural resources. Our aim is to improve the quality of landscapes and create a productive and healthy environment for all who rely on it. 

Our approach

We advise governments, non-profits and companies on efficient, effective and sustainable management of land and water resources. To ensure that solutions are apt to local needs and natural resources, our programs always actively involve all stakeholders where we collaborate in designing solutions to local challenges. Our desired result is increased resilience of communities and ecosystems and lasting improvement in the quality of the entire landscape.

Our services


Sustainable agriculture

We address land and water related sustainability risks in large and small-scale agricultural production 



We implement landscape restoration of degraded and unproductive areas 


Value chain development

We integrate sustainable livelihoods and entire value chains in our interventions



We partner with public and private actors and community-based organisations for more efficient, effective and sustainable land management  

farmers, women and youth reached by AidEnvironment's regenerative agriculture and value chain development programmes across Asia and Africa in the last five years
hectares of land area in Indonesia with expanded implementation of social forestry policies as a result of AidEnvironment's work with governments, communities and NGOs