Dr. Francis Atube is a Lecturer, researcher, field worker, and educationist with proven ethical and professional track record in areas of Education, agricultural extension, climate change, project management and the biological sciences. He attained a Bachelor of Science degree in Botany/Zoology, post graduate Diploma in project planning and management, Diploma in Biological science Education and a Master of Science in Agricultural extension/Education. Dr. Francis Atube attained his PhD in Agriculture and Applied Biosciences. The PhD thesis focused on “Perceived effects of Climate Change on crop productivity and adaptation strategies developed by smallholder farmers in Northern Uganda”. The focus in this study was on Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) as an adaptation strategy developed by smallholder farmers to the effects of climate change in northern Uganda. Dr. Francis’s research interest is in climate change and adaptation.