The Indonesian APN CAPaBLE project was aimed to encourage as many as end users especially farmers to realize the value of climate information to support their agricultural activities and to reduce the vulnerability of their farming system to climate risk. Through National Training Workshops, the project built and enhanced the capacity of local scientists from five nodes (two scientists from each node, i.e. Asahan-North Sumatra, Bandung-West Java, Pacitan-East Java, Janeponto-South Sulawesi and Kupang-East Nusa Tenggara) in developing and using climate forecasting techniques, assessing climate-related problems and developing climate information application technologies to manage climate risk as well as facilitating them in establishing Policy-Science-Community Networking. With National APN CAPaBLE team consisted of recognized national scientists from Bogor Agriculture University, Ministry of Agriculture, National Agency for Meteorology, Climatology and Geophysics and extension specialist from Indramayu District, the node scientists assisted local government staff, extension workers and farmers to build their capacity in using climate information application technologies in managing climate risks. Through action researches, the node’s scientists with extension workers and farmers group identified appropriate climate information applications for managing climate risks and revised the existing climate field school modules to suit their problems. The awareness of farmers to economic value of climate information and their adoption to technologies on climate information application through Climate Field School Program (CFS) is expected to increase. During the project period, a number of government representatives and extension workers from the nodes were invited to attend national workshops on climate risk management and to share their lesson learnt and experiences in managing climate risks. In the final year of the project, the National APN CAPaBLE team conducted monitoring activities to evaluate the implementation of CFS program and climate forecast skill in the nodes.