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Genebanks – Presentation for Discussion with Donors and Partners – June 2013
 

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    Genebanks – Presentation for Discussion with Donors and Partners – June 2013 Genebanks – Presentation for Discussion with Donors and Partners – June 2013 Presentation Transcript

    • CGIAR Research Program forManaging and SustainingCrop Collections
    • ObjectiveTo conserve the diversity of PGR inCGIAR-held collections, to make itavailable to breeders and researchers ina manner that meets high internationalscientific standards, is cost efficient, issecure, reliable and sustainable over thelong-term and is supportive of andconsistent with ITPGRFA
    • International collections• 1994 Commitment to hold collections“...in trust for the benefit of theinternational community”• 2001 status reaffirmed in Article 15 ofthe ITPGRFA
    • International collectionsAccessionsAfricaRice Rice 19,538Bioversity Banana, Plantain 1,434CIAT Beans, Cassava, Tropical forages 67,089CIMMYT Maize, Wheat 170,035CIPPotato, Sweet potato, Andean Roots &Tubers15,621ICARDAGrain legumes, Wheat, Barley, Forage &range crops140,933ICRAF Trees 7,938ICRISAT Dryland cereals, Grain cereals 118,887IITABanana, Plantain, Maize, Cowpea, Cassava,Yam34,095ILRI Tropical forages 17,267IRRI Rice 117,164Total 710,001
    • “About 60% of the food crop area planted toimproved varieties is occupied by varietiesbred using genetic materials from the CGIAR”
    • The 12 most popular accessions in theIRRI genebank have been used in morethan 1000 crosses each
    • 60% 40%
    • 60% 40%
    • Common IDOs• Improved productivity• Increased and stable access to foodcommodities• Increased consumption of safe, nutritiousfoods• Increased capacity to adapt to variability,shocks and longer term changes• Greater resilience• Increased carbon sequestration and reduction
    • Should we have an in perpetuity IDO forconservation?“The basis of food security is assured forfuture generations through theconservation, availability and use of cropdiversity”
    • Performance Management IndicatorsObjective IndicatorCurrentstatusTargetCrop and treediversity ininternationalcollectionsunder Article 15(ITPGRFA) issecured inperpetuityNumber seed accessionsheld in Long Term Store(LTS) and safety duplicatedat two levels60% totalseedaccessions> 90% by 2021SecurityNumber RTB accessions incryopreservation andsafety duplicated10% totalclonalaccessions> 50% by 2025Number of genebankswith validated facilities,procedures, standards andexpertise2 out of 11 11 out of 11 by2021
    • Performance Management IndicatorsObjective IndicatorCurrentstatusTargetAvailabilityConserved cropand treegermplasm isclean, availableand effectivelydisseminatedTotal number accessionsthat are currentlyavailable for distribution70% totalaccessions> 90% by 2021Number accessions withpassport andcharacterization dataavailable (online)55% totalaccessions> 90% by 2021
    • Performance Management IndicatorsObjective IndicatorCurrentstatusTargetUse of crop andtree diversity isinformed andfacilitatedNumber distinctaccessions distributedwithin CGIAR61,645 100,000 distinctaccessions aredisseminatedbetween 2012 &2021 to usersoutside the CGIAR.UseNumber distinctaccessions distributedoutside CGIAR27,538Total number of samplesdistributed131,181
    • Monitoring & Evaluation2012 2013 2014 2015 20161Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4QPMI monitoringFinancial monitoringExternal review A B C D E F G H I J KStrengthening QMSAnnual meeting v v v v v
    • Monitoring & Evaluation2012 2013 2014 2015 20161Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4QPMI monitoringFinancial monitoringExternal review A B C D E F G H I J KStrengthening QMSAnnual meeting v v v v v
    • Monitoring & Evaluation2012 2013 2014 2015 20161Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4Q 1Q 2Q 3Q 4QPMI monitoringFinancial monitoringExternal review A B C D E F G H I J KStrengthening QMSAnnual meeting v v v v v
    • External expert reviewers fromUSDA, EMBRAPA, MSB, CGN,Bioversity
    • Users are the key partners!Includes everyone and anyone• CRP scientists• NARS• ARIS & Universities• Private sector, Individuals• NGOs, Civil organizations, Farmers
    • Tropical forage collection at CIAT
    • BMGF Project56 countries (12 non-ContractinParties) safety duplicated 43,67accessions
    • Partnerships for impact• Characterization of accessions• Development and evaluation of use subsets• Gap analysis• Multiplication, disease-indexing, cleaningaccessions• Data management and provision• Ex situ-in situ linkages• Conservation research and automation• Understanding and responding to users needs
    • GeneSysWWW.GENESYS- PGR.ORG
    • “The Connective Tissue”• Characterization of accessions• Development and evaluation of use subsets• Gap analysis• Multiplication, disease-indexing, cleaning accessions• Data management and provision• Ex situ-in situ linkages• Conservation research and automation
    • Trust Long-Term Grants
    • Transition to Sustainable Funding