Burkina Faso, a landlocked country in West Africa, faces significant climate challenges that threaten its predominantly agricultural population. With irregular rainfall and unproductive soils, farmers struggle to sustain their livelihoods, exacerbating food insecurity. Desertification, land degradation, and deforestation further undermine the country's resilience. Agroecological farming practices, implemented through initiatives like the AACJ program, offer sustainable solutions to build resilience and mitigate climate impacts. Targeting vulnerable communities, these practices aim to improve agricultural productivity and enhance food security in Burkina Faso.