Unsustainable agricultural practices, especially monocropping, pose a high risk of crop failure. Crop diversification to increase outputs is vital for the sustenance of the livelihoods of the farming community. The prim essentiality of sustainable development and positioning plays a critical role in the development of the country. The agroforestry approach is widely recognized as a nature-based solution to multiple societal challenges and to achieve sustainable development goals. In this session, we explain how agroforestry bridge the land-use system that often separates agriculture and forestry. Firstly, trees in the farmland can diversify yields (flowers, gums, resins, fodder, fuelwood, etc.) and significantly improve financial capital even during crop uncertainties. Secondly, agroforestry has a vital role to improve human health by providing diverse nutritious food, and can generate significant employment in cultural and tending operations. The later section emphasizes decision-making in agroforestry and explains how their management is innately linked with gender. In a broader sense, agroforestry has a wider scope, their ultimate success relied on post-harvest management operations including value addition, market link, buyback system, and other stakeholder involvement to ensure the maximum price realization for the farmers.