Securing Crops for the Future
Crop                         Institution          USD ‘000         AccessionsVarious                             Svalbard ...
Long-Term Grants by Year and CropUSD ‘000
IITA: Completion of the bar-coding of theentire yam field genebank.Long-Term Benefits: reduction of accession mismatches, ...
First genebank review: IRRI
Upcoming genebank review: ILRI
CGIAR Research Program forManaging and Sustaining CropCollections
ObjectiveTo conserve the diversity of PGR in CGIAR-held collections, to make it available tobreeders and researchers in a ...
Monitoring & Evaluation
Performance Management Indicators
Management & Governance
Innovation: The Trust as Partner‣   Long-term sustainability‣   Accountability and cost-efficiency‣   Targets and incentiv...
International collections                                                                    AccessionsAfricaRice         ...
“About 60% of the food crop area plantedto improved varieties is occupied by manyof the approximately, 7,250 varieties bre...
Genebank Samples Distributed Internationally per YearSource: Collections online databases, publications, and personal comm...
Genebank Samples Distributed Internationally per Year Source: Collections online databases, publications, and personal com...
CGIAR/Trust Costing Study 2011Basic routine operations(not including collecting, characterisation, training, research,netw...
Transition to Sustainable Funding
Transition to Sustainable Funding
Thank You
Dashboard - October 2012 Programme                                       PartnershipsPledges cumulative (USD million)     ...
Report CardCollecting                        Securingexceeded target, poised for       significant increase inhuge increas...
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  • distribution slide, updated 2010; CGIAR- is genebanks (only)
  • distribution slide, updated 2010; CGIAR- br is breeding programs (only); CGIAR- gb is genebanks (only)
  • Long term grants and CRP

    1. 1. Securing Crops for the Future
    2. 2. Crop Institution USD ‘000 AccessionsVarious Svalbard Global Seed Vault 135.3 772,338Banana (Musa spp.) Bioversity International, Italy 162.3 1,089Barley (Hordeum vulgare) ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria 108.2 26,975Cassava (Manihot esculenta) CIAT, Cali, Colombia 129.8 6,592Cassava (Manihot esculenta) IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria 86.5 2,658Chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) ICRISAT, Hyderabad, India 51 17,124Common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) CIAT, Cali, Colombia 162.3 36,919Edible Aroids CePaCT, SPC, Fiji 26.5 934Faba bean (Vicia faba) ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria 43.2 9,424Forages (various) ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya 86.5 18,661Forages (various) ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria 43.2 30,963Grasspea (Lathyrus sativus) ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria 86.5 3,341Lentil (Lens culinaris) ICARDA, Aleppo, Syria 43.2 11,012Maize (Zea mays) CIMMYT, El Batan, Mexico 156 27,880Pearl millet (Pennisetum glaucum) ICRISAT, Hyderabad, India 108.2 21,563Rice (Oryza sativa) IRRI, Los Banõs, Philippines 276 108,358Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) ICRISAT, Hyderabad, India 162.3 36,771Sweet Potato (Ipomoea batatas) CIP, Peru 204 7,584Wheat (Triticum spp.) CIMMYT, El Batan, Mexico 162.3 137,692Yam (Dioscorea spp.) IITA, Ibadan, Nigeria 129.8 4,042Yam (Dioscorea spp.) CePaCT, SPC, Fiji 26.5 247Total 2389.6 509,829
    3. 3. Long-Term Grants by Year and CropUSD ‘000
    4. 4. IITA: Completion of the bar-coding of theentire yam field genebank.Long-Term Benefits: reduction of accession mismatches, reduction ofmistakes in the management of the collections, and increaseefficiencies and better-management of the collection.CIAT: New bean species.Long-Term Impact: Species is the first one in the genus Phaseolus found in avery humid forest, and this may open new possibilities for tackling fungaldiseases affecting the pods, leaves, or the root system. CIMMYT: ISO 9001 certification for Maize genebank (expected completion in 2012). Long-Term Benefits: Enhancing the quality standards to internationally recognized and verifiable levels.
    5. 5. First genebank review: IRRI
    6. 6. Upcoming genebank review: ILRI
    7. 7. CGIAR Research Program forManaging and Sustaining CropCollections
    8. 8. ObjectiveTo conserve the diversity of PGR in CGIAR-held collections, to make it available tobreeders and researchers in a manner thatmeets high international scientific standards, iscost efficient, is secure, reliable and sustainableover the long-term and is supportive of andconsistent with ITPGRFA
    9. 9. Monitoring & Evaluation
    10. 10. Performance Management Indicators
    11. 11. Management & Governance
    12. 12. Innovation: The Trust as Partner‣ Long-term sustainability‣ Accountability and cost-efficiency‣ Targets and incentives‣ Standards and community of practice‣ Capacity to tackle big issues‣ Endorsement of Centres
    13. 13. International collections AccessionsAfricaRice Rice 20,000Bioversity Banana, Plantain 1,298 CIAT Beans, Cassava, Tropical forages 65,635 CIMMYT Maize, Wheat 155,129 CIP Potato, Sweet potato, Andean Roots & Tubers 16,495 ICARDA Grain legumes, Wheat, Barley, Forage & range crops 134,160 ICRAF Trees 5,144 ICRISAT Dryland cereals, Grain legumes 156,313 IITA Banana, Plantain, Maize, Cowpea, Cassava, Yam 28,286 ILRI Tropical forages 18,291 IRRI Rice 110,817 Total 711,568
    14. 14. “About 60% of the food crop area plantedto improved varieties is occupied by manyof the approximately, 7,250 varieties bred using genetic materials from the CGIAR”
    15. 15. Genebank Samples Distributed Internationally per YearSource: Collections online databases, publications, and personal communications between Trust and Genebank Managers, 2008,-2010
    16. 16. Genebank Samples Distributed Internationally per Year Source: Collections online databases, publications, and personal communications between Trust and Genebank Managers, 2008,-2010
    17. 17. CGIAR/Trust Costing Study 2011Basic routine operations(not including collecting, characterisation, training, research,networking, public awareness..) US$ 2.2 million Trust funds US$13.0 million CGIAR funds
    18. 18. Transition to Sustainable Funding
    19. 19. Transition to Sustainable Funding
    20. 20. Thank You
    21. 21. Dashboard - October 2012 Programme PartnershipsPledges cumulative (USD million) Countries where we have active partnerships Investments Website Hits against Communications Fundraising benchmark new pledges 0 - +
    22. 22. Report CardCollecting Securingexceeded target, poised for significant increase inhuge increase due to CWR regeneration and global backup, expected to continueLong-Term Funding Fundraisingincrease in funds, new opportunity new donations, newfor managing opportunities with CRPUnderstanding Usingincrease in activity for Increasing availability pilotGRIN-Global and GeneSys projects underwayPartnerships Communicationslarge number of partnerships, new website and increasedcontinues to be strengthened audience

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