CLIMATE INFORMATION SERVICES has been demonstrated as a potential tool in supporting farmers to manage climate risks. However, the existing gap or disconnect between institutions that develop climate information and farmers who are the primary users of climate information can be addressed by building their capacity in an integrated manner by covering all the associated actors from production to use. This study primarily addressed the capacity building processes focussing on women’s uptake of climate information at the users’ level and value addition process of climate information into agro-advisories at the institutional level, to reduce the risk in agricultural production systems. The pathways for improving uptake and use of climate information to help decision-making by women farmers are: delivering information and agro-advisories relevant to their needs, having trained local level communicators, and group approach and support to act on the information. This paper demonstrates how capacity building of associated stakeholders in the whole climate information chain can address the barriers and improve the use and uptake of such information by women farmers, supporting their changing role in farming.