Climate change has rapidly increasing its negative effects on agriculture production and threatened the livelihood of many farmers in developing countries. Climate-resilient capacity building for extension workers and farmers is essential for sustainable agriculture development and food security. However, current training program for extension workers and farmers has focused quite heavily on technical practices rather than promoting self-study skills for learners. This approach is no longer suitable in the context of rapid climate-change since technical knowledge might be outdated by the time farmers adopt them. Thus, this project will introduce an innovative capacity building mechanism for extension workers and farmers which promote self-study and networking. Networks at local and regional level will also be established and encouraged to strengthen capacity of researcher, extension providers and farmers in dealing with climate-change generated issues in agriculture.