The Africa’s Coexistence Landscapes project uses stakeholder engagement, systems approaches, and computer modelling to map out various conservation and land use options. Participatory modelling processes in the ACL project, facilitate the engagement of stakeholders from a variety of sectors, such as agriculture, forestry, tourism, water and wildlife, in their co-creation of solutions for human-wildlife coexistence. Policy dialogues bring model-based analyses to policymakers at the national and international levels. This results in a translation of systemic insights into effective, integrated policies.