This paper aims to review the status of gender inclusivity in agriculture and natural resources management in sub-Saharan Africa under the changing climate. Gender inclusivity is a critical dimension in mitigating and adapting to the impacts of the changing climate since climate change is not gender-neutral. It has been widely documented that gender-differentiated roles, knowledge and preferences among various gender groups differ. Therefore, harnessing the differences in response to the changing climate is pivotal in mitigating and adapting to the adverse impacts. However, gender inclusivity in agriculture and natural resources management in the region has not been reviewed. The paper, consequently, reviews and provides useful insights on the status among smallholder farmers and informs future efforts aimed at harnessing gender inclusivity in the face of climate change. It serves as an informative and reliable reference for developing effectual mitigation and adaptation strategies in agriculture and natural resource management.