Burundi is mostly dependent on agriculture and the country’s natural resources have rendered nationwide poverty, recurrent food bottlenecks and famine endemic. Land pressure, the inappropriate management of soil and water resources and the overexploitation of forest resources are just some of the factors responsible for the destruction of the country’s ecosystems and the erosion of its soil and water resources. Environmental degradation and lack of access to environmental assets undermines food security and deepens poverty. Avoiding the effects of these climatic disruptions normally comes down to promoting environmental “good practices”: managing natural resources in a sustainable and rational way, supporting technological innovations. Help Channel Burundi is involved in the Implementation of the Reforestation, erosion control and rural roads rehabilitation .We implement projects that are largely focused on soil conservation and fertility restoration through erosion control through planting trees, the installation of contour lines, and rehabilitating rural roads.