Climate change has caused significant negative impacts on many production landscapes worldwide, particularly in the South Asian region which is more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. The aim of the proposed project is to identify and recommend the best climate-smart agricultural practices to enhance the productivity of water-limited landscapes in three APN countries; Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Bhutan. From each country, a water-limited landscape will be selected, and current farming practices will be identified through questionnaire surveys and focus group discussions with all relevant stakeholders. The process adopted in this the project will be based on community engagement through a participatory approach to identify common issues as well as the solutions. Field experiments incorporating both current farming practices and new climate-smart agricultural practices will be conducted. The best climate-smart agricultural practices that could improve crop productivity will be identified for each water-limited landscape. Thereafter, knowledge dissemination and capacity building of the relevant stakeholders will be done with the aim of strengthening the adaptive capacity of the community to changing climate. The proposed project will also recommend the potential for policy formulations to build the resilience of water-limited landscapes to climate change impacts in four partner countries.