The KARKO: Household Resilience to Climate Change project increased the resilience and sustainable land and ecosystems management of agro-pastoral households to climate change in Zinder, Niger. Through KARKO, Lutheran World Relief promoted the adoption of Moringa trees as a multi-functional crop for soil stabilization, source of nutritious food and animal feed and other climate-smart agriculture practices, such as the establishment of zai (shallow pits to catch rainwater). Throughout the project, 302 producers’ organizations, including women’s groups, planted Moringa on 118 hectares of land, and 75 local land commissions on the preservation of ecosystems were revitalized. According to participating households, the successful adoption of Moringa trees was attributed to its positive impact on the nutritional status of children under five and lactating mothers. Lutheran World Relief scaled up these approaches to vulnerable areas of Dosso, Niger through the GOMNI: Development of Household Resilience to Climate Change in Dosso project, reaching a total of 10,000 households.