Climate change affects both water resources and nutrition profoundly, putting pressure on achieving key human wellbeing goals. Measures to address adverse climate-induced nutrition and water impacts, such as reduced agricultural productivity, malnutrition and illness, can, in turn, affect and even accelerate climate change. While evidence on the interlinkages between climate change –water – and nutrition is only emerging, key development actors and investors are requesting support today to implement nutrition-sensitive, climate-smart and water-secure policies. This session will present an overview of climate-water-nutrition interactions as well as a series of interventions to strengthen nutrition outcomes through water interventions and to strengthen water security through changes in diets and nutrition, which are becoming more important as a result of climate change. We will also hear from individuals on the ground what they are doing to improve nutrition and health through better irrigation design and management.