Project management
software as a force
for good

Baotree brings together organisations and the communities
they work with, to achieve environmental impact
and community development goals.

Community, collaboration & impact,
all-in-one system


A project describes a community development goal & and the completion of micro-tasks (environmental and social) needed for the community to achieve their goals


Community members report micro-tasks to their partner organisation for verification


Once all micro-tasks reach the project target, development goals are achieved (e.g. solar energy, access to clean water, healthcare)


Turn project data into action & impact insights to inform future projects, streamline operations and funding requirements

Our purpose

Indigenous people make up 5% of the global population, and their territories are home to 80% of the world’s richest biodiverse areas. Nature loss is a dire reality in the regions where rural communities coexist with wildlife as they are heavily dependent on these natural resources for their food, income and well-being.

Baotree is a system that inspires these communities to become the custodians of the wildlife and land that they co-inhabit, through the completion of conservation, ecological & social micro-tasks. The result accrues benefits towards the community development goals.

Our philosophy of action

Baotree’s software aligns the incentives of all parties involved to work together in achieving sustainable solutions for nature, communities and the organisations that work with them

We are focused on showing how communities can thrive, whilst contributing to their livelihoods and achieving sustainable environmental goals

We connect organisations and the individuals on-the-ground to promote efficiency, operational success and greater impact

Baotree provides the tools to transform, track and measure long-term developmental change for the success of our planet and people

Our funding engine supports the flow of existing and new funds directly to the underserved communities that need it most


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