The Botswana Civil Society Climate Change Coalition was formed in November 2012 with a committee and representation from the academia, NGO’s, Botswana Council of Churches, Indigenous People and Tribal Authorities. Botswana Council of Non- Governmental Organisations (BOCONGO) serves as the Secretariat of the Coalition so as to ensure a wider participation of other NGO’s especially its Environment and Agriculture Sector of which CCB is a member of. The Food Security workshop was held on the 17th and 18th of October 2013 in Gaborone. The objectives were to address climate change and farming issues, to help communities identify their vulnerabilities and develop coping mechanisms or resilience strategies and to encourage all stakeholders to observe and advocate for issues of food security. The purpose of the workshop was to bring together delegates from the faith based organisations, indigenous people, Botswana government, traditional leaders, small scale farmers, community based organisations, civil society and the media to work towards achieving the workshop objectives. The outcomes were to understand the link between the food security and climate change and to empower communities to appreciate the value of nutritious food in a changing climate environment and drought. The workshop was quite successful and we hope to become a part of such initiatives so as to contribute in developing Botswana’s agricultural sector.