The goal of CCAFS midlines surveys was to assess what kinds of changes have occurred and whether these changes are helping villages adapt to, and mitigate, climate change. It also provided information at the village level about some basic indicators of natural resource utilization, organizational landscapes, information networks for weather and agricultural information, as well as mitigation baseline information, which can be compared across sites and monitored over time. The CCAFS midline surveys includes three components: household, village and organizational baseline surveys. The household midline survey revisited the original 140 households from the CCAFS baseline survey to the extent possible. The VMS was conducted in Doggoh village while the OMS was conducted with the main organizations drawn from the VMS. This report provides a synthesis of the changes at the household, village and organizational levels emphasizing major indicators on the changes.