FAO and Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security (a research programme of CGIAR) have released a new training guide entitled “Gender and Climate Change Research in Agriculture and Food Security for Rural Development”, on which Kulima commented during its development.  The manual sets out to provide users with resources and participatory action research tools for collecting, analyzing and sharing gender-sensitive information about agricultural communities, households and individuals who are facing climate changes.  It then provides some techniques for understanding and promoting climate-smart agricultural techniques.  Participants from Bangladesh, Ghana and Uganda have already been trained in the techniques and applied them in their own countries.  Their experiences were recently reported in the CCAFS blog.