Climate change is evidently one of the serious concerns leading to several problems such as global warming, flood, drought, etc. With the adverse effect of changing climate, agriculture also affected adversely results in low productivity of crops and food insecurity among the people. Under this situation, agroforestry could be one option to combat with climate change. Therefore, the scheme of Har Med Par Ped was launched under Sub-Mission of Agroforestry. The scheme promotes the plantation on personal farmlands along with traditional farming system in order to develop climate resilient farming system as well as to get additional benefits from trees.