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Cgiar consortium office 2010 2011 financial statements 061112

  1. 1. CGIAR Consortium OfficeAggregated Financial Statements For the years ended 31 December, 2010 and 2011
  2. 2. Contents COMPILATION REPORT TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE CONSORTIUM BOARD 3 STATEMENT OF THE BOARD CHAIR ............................................................... 4 STATEMENT ON RISK MANAGEMENT ............................................................ 5 MANAGEMENT STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITY FOR FINANCIAL REPORTING ........ 6 CONSORTIUM FINANCIAL REPORT 2010 ....................................................... 7 Statement of Position as of December 31, 2010 ................................ 7 Statement of Activities for the year ended December 31, 2010 ......... 8 Changes in Nets Assets as of December 31, 2010 .............................. 9 CONSORTIUM FINANCIAL REPORT 2011 ..................................................... 10 Statement of Position as of December 31, 2011 .............................. 10 Statement of Activities for the year ended December 31, 2011 ....... 11 Changes in Net Assets as of December 31, 2011 ............................. 12 NOTES TO THE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ...................................................... 13 Introduction ..................................................................................... 13 Statement of Purpose ...................................................................... 13 Vision and Mission ........................................................................... 14 Summary of significant accounting policies ..................................... 15 Exclusion .......................................................................................... 16 Mode of Operation/Integration ....................................................... 16 CGIAR Consortium Board ................................................................. 17 2010 Financial Statements .............................................................. 18 2011 Financial Statements .............................................................. 20 2
  3. 3. Compilation report to the Board of Trustees of the Consortium BoardOn the basis of information provided by the management of the Consortium Office, CGIAR-IAUstaff have assisted the Consortium Office in compiling the Statements of Position as at December31, 2010 and 2011, and the accompanying Statements of Activities and Statements of Changes inNet Assets for the calendar years then ended.As stated in paragraph 2 of Management Statement of Responsibility for Financial Reporting , theConsortium Offices financial records during calendar years 2010 and 2011 were maintained bythree different organizations (Bioversity International in Rome, Italy, World Fish Centre inPenang, Malaysia and the Association for International Agricultural Research Centers inArlington, Virginia, USA). The external auditors of all three organizations have audited theirfinancial statements for calendar years 2010 and 2011 including Consortium Office transactionsand have expressed unqualified opinions for both 2010 and 2011.We confirm that the Statement of Position as of 31 December 2010 and 2011, and theaccompanying Statements of Activities and Statements of Changes in net Assets for the yearsthen ended, have been compiled from information received from Bioversity International, theWorld Fish Center and the Association for International Agricultural Research Centers and are inaccordance with such information.CGIAR-Internal Audit Unit 3
  4. 4. For the Years Ended 31 December 2010 and 2011 Statement of the Board ChairAs part of the reform of the CGIAR, the Consortium Board came into existence on 1 January2010. The subsequent two years saw significant steps in the reform process, including: • Approval of the majority of the CGIAR Research Program (CRP) portfolio not only by the Consortium Board but also by the Fund Council • Selection of Montpellier, France as the headquarters of the Consortium Office • Selection of key staff for the Consortium Office • The establishment of temporary offices in Montpellier for Consortium use until purpose- build facilities are completed • The recognition of the Consortium as an international organization initiated, with the first signatures on the Agreement (France and Hungary).The biggest achievement has been to begin creating a clear identity for the Consortium Board andOffice in their roles working closely with the CGIAR member centers (especially their Boards ofTrustees and Directors-General), the Fund Council and the Independent Science and PartnershipCouncil (ISPC). The success of the reform requires solid relationships between institutions andindividuals, and it is gratifying to report that a very positive spirit of collaboration is emerging. Ibelieve that significant progress has been achieved in building a new CGIAR, although at thesame time we acknowledge that much more needs to be done.Developments in the global landscape in the past years have underscored the need forinternational cooperation to achieve global food security. The challenges are well-known: foodsecurity for expanding populations in developing countries, climate change, shortages of waterand arable land, to name but a few. In collaboration with its many partners, the CGIAR needs toensure the efficiency, quality, relevance, and impact of its research in order to have a central roleon the international stage.My past two years as chair of the Consortium Board have been rewarding. My fellow Boardmembers and I are proud to be part of the reform and planning for the future so that the CGIARcan continue to carry out its critical mission.On behalf of the Consortium Board, I would like to express my great appreciation to the manyCGIAR participants and partners for their dedication and hard work, and I look forward tocontinued collaboration to achieve the goals of the CGIAR.Carlos Perez del CastilloChair,Consortium Board 4
  5. 5. Statement on Risk ManagementThe Consortium Board of Trustees has responsibility for ensuring an appropriate riskmanagement system is in place to identify and manage high and significant risks for theimplementation of the CGIAR Research Programs (CRP’s) that are the foundation of the overallCGIAR research objectives. In particular, the Consortium Board of Trustees has an obligation toCGIAR donors and the CGIAR Fund Council to account for CRP expenditure from all sourcesand to ensure that the Impact Pathway is efficient and effective.Risks may be financial, operational, or reputational and are inherent in the nature, modusoperandi and location of the Consortium activities, and are dynamic as the operating environmentchanges. They include the following: low impact of scientific activities; misallocation ofscientific efforts away from agreed priorities; loss of reputation for scientific excellence andintegrity; business disruption; insufficient funding and liquidity problems; transaction processingfailures; loss of assets including information assets; failure to mobilize and utilize qualified andexperienced human and other resources; and failures in the execution of legal, fiduciary andagency responsibilities.The Board is in the process of adopting a risk management policy. This will include a frameworkby which management identifies, evaluates and prioritizes risks and opportunities across theorganization; develops risk mitigation strategies which balance benefits with costs; monitors theimplementation of these strategies; and periodically reports to the Board on results. The riskassessments will incorporate the results of collaborative risk assessments with CGIAR Centers,System Office components and other entities in relation to shared risks arising from jointlymanaged activities. The risk management framework seeks to draw upon international bestpractice in codes and standards. As part of a continuous improvement effort, the design andeffectiveness of the risk management system and internal controls will be subject to ongoingreview by the Board’s Audit Committee.Risk mitigation strategies include the development and implementation of monitoring andevaluation guidelines for all research activities. The Consortium endeavors to manage risk byensuring that the appropriate infrastructure, controls, systems and people are in place throughoutthe organization. Key practices employed in managing risks regarding the CRP’s include clearpolicies and accountabilities, financial and programmatic reporting, and the implementation of aPerformance Management System.The years of these financial statements are the first years of the Consortium’s operations, andwhile the risk management framework was not yet in place the Board is satisfied with theattention paid by management to risk management and the effectiveness of internal controls.Lynn HaightChair, Audit Committee, Consortium Board 5
  6. 6. Management Statement of Responsibility for Financial ReportingConsortium Management is required to prepare these financial statements, and is responsible forthe accuracy and reliability of the financial information. The 2011 and 2010 aggregated financialstatements, expressed in USD 000, have been prepared in accordance with the accounting policiesof the CGIAR as contained in the Financial Guidelines No. 2 – Accounting Policies andReporting Practices.The Consortium’s accounts for the years 2011 and 2010 were maintained in three differentlocations: Bioversity (in Rome Italy), the World Fish Center (in Penang, Malaysia), and theAssociation for International Agricultural Research Centers (in Arlington, Virginia, USA). TheConsortium’s financial transactions and balances were shown as a component of the financialstatements of these three organizations in both years. These organizations have each maintained asystem of internal controls designed to provide reasonable assurance that assets are safeguardedand the financial records of the center are properly kept. Their external auditors independentlyaudited the financial statements of the three entities, and unqualified opinions were expressed forboth the years concerned.The Consortium also has fiduciary responsibility as the recipient of funds from the CGIAR Fund– these funds are fully disbursed to the CGIAR Centers on receipt, and are not reflected in thesefinancial statements. These funds are for implementation of CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs),institutional support (“stability funding” for centers), and genebank support.The Consortium has been supported by the CGIAR shared Internal Audit Unit, which willprovide regular and ongoing evaluations and recommendations regarding adequacy of theConsortium’s policies and procedures and the effectiveness of their implementation.The Consortium financial systems provide an accurate summary of its operations and enablemanagement to identify and discern risks while at the same time providing assurance thatfinancial statements and management reports are reliable.The Consortium Management is of the opinion that these financial statements, as presented in thisdocument, give an accurate, reliable and complete view of the financial position of theConsortium for the two years ended December 31, 2011 and 2010. There were no eventssubsequent to 31 December 2011 which would have any material impact on them.Carlos Perez Gordon MacNeilBoard Chair Director of Finance and Corporate Services 6
  7. 7. Consortium Financial Report 2010 Statement of Financial Position as of December 31, 2010 All figures USD 000s Notes 2010Current Assets Accounts Receivable 22 5,234 Total Current Assets 5,234Current Liabilities Donor Grants Payable 23 533 Total Current Liabilities 533 Net Assets 4,701Consortium Reserves Core Funds 3,319 CGIAR Alliance 1,382 Total Reserves 4,701 7
  8. 8. Statement of Activities for the year ended December 31, 2010 All figures USD 000s Core Alliance Pre-reform Restricted TotalRevenue Donor Grants 8,941 - 766 - 9,707 Center Contributions to Alliance - 1,047 - - 1,047 Centers - - - - 20 20 Board Orientation Programme Interest - 6 - - 6 Total Revenue 8,941 1,053 766 20 10,780Expenses Personnel 479 527 323 - 1,329 Supplies and Services 7,723 119 340 20 8,202 Travel 467 - 27 - 494 Administration charges 347 5 76 - 428 Total Expenditure 9,016 651 766 20 10,453Net Surplus (75) 402 - - 327(Deficit) 8
  9. 9. Statement of Changes in Nets Assets as of December 31, 2010 All figures USD 000s Undesignated CGIAR Secretariat/ CGIAR Alliance Total Fund OfficeBalances 1 January, 2010. - - -Transfers in from pre-Reform Systems 3,394 1,276 4,670OperationsNet Surplus (Deficit) (75) 402 327Subtotal 3,319 1,678 4,997Less Transfers to System Offices - (296) (296)Balances 31 December, 2010 3,319 1,382 4,701 9
  10. 10. Consortium Financial Report 2011 Statement of Financial Position as of December 31, 2011 All figures USD 000s 2011 2010 NotesCurrent Assets Accounts Receivable 28 1,388 5,234 Donor Grants Receivable 29 64 - Total Current Assets 1,452 5,234Current Liabilities Accounts Payable WorldFish 30 38 Donor Grants Payable 31 433 533 Total Current Liabilities 471 533 Net Assets 981 4,701ConsortiumReserves Core Funds (116) 3,319 CGIAR Alliance 1,097 1,382 Total Reserves 981 4,701 10
  11. 11. Statement of Activities for the year ended December 31, 2011 All figures USD 000s CGIAR Secretariat/ Alliance Pre-reform Restricted Total Fund OfficeRevenueDonor Grants 1,623 - 665 697 2,985Expenses by Natural ClassificationPersonnel 2,373 - 472 273 3,118Supplies and Services 1,888 37 119 318 2,362Operational Travel 440 - 3 46 489Administration Charges 357 - 71 60 488Total Expenses 5,058 37 665 697 6,457Net Surplus (Deficit) (3,435) (37) - - (3,472) 11
  12. 12. Statement of Changes in Net Assets as of December 31, 2011 All figures USD 000s Undesignated CGIAR Secretariat/ CGIAR Alliance Total Fund OfficeBalances 1 January, 2010 - - -Transfers in from pre-Reform Systems 3,394 1,276 4,670OperationsNet Surplus/Deficit (75) 402 327Sub-total 3,319 1,678 4,997Less Transfers to System Offices - (296) (296)Balances 31 December, 2010 3,319 1,382 4,701Net Surplus/Deficit (3,435) (37) (3,472)Sub-total (116) 1,345 1,229Transfers to System Offices - (248) (248)Balances 31 December, 2011 (116) 1 097 981 12
  13. 13. Notes to the Financial StatementsIntroduction1. The CGIAR has been going through significant reforms, and 2010 in particular was a yearof transition for the whole CGIAR. At the beginning of the year, there were two centralorganizations: the CGIAR Secretariat was still in place and the CGIAR Alliance was operating asan adhoc body to represent the CGIAR centers during the reform process. By the end of the year,both bodies had been dissolved and in their place were the Fund Council and Fund Office(representing the donors) and the CGIAR Consortium Board and Office (representing thecenters).Statement of Purpose2. The purpose of the Consortium is to provide leadership to the CGIAR system andcoordinate activities among Member Centers and other Partners within the framework of CGIARResearch Programs, in order to enable them to enhance their individual and collectivecontribution to the achievement of the CGIAR vision, through such means as: a) Fostering a more conducive international environment for agricultural research for development and increasing CGIAR relevance and effectiveness within the institutional architecture for international development; b) Enhancing the impact of Member Center research through common strategic objectives, programmatic convergence, concerted action and fostering innovation; c) Together with the CGIAR Fund Council, expanding the financial resources available to the Member Centers to conduct their work; d) Managing the allocation of funds to meet priorities identified in the Strategy and Results Framework, and serving as a central point of fiduciary and operational accountability for all funds that pass to the Consortium and/or to the Member Centers from the Fund; e) Improving the cost-efficiency of each Member Center and of the CGIAR system as a whole through the provision of advice, shared functions and research platforms, and other means; and f) Identifying with the Member Centers and promoting opportunities to achieve gains in relevance, efficiency and effectiveness.3. The Consortium shall in particular carry out the following activities– a) Develop, in cooperation with the Member Centers and with the input of a broad range of donors and partners, a unified CGIAR Strategy and Results Framework for approval by the Funders Forum; 13
  14. 14. b) Maintain relations with Donors and the CGIAR Fund Council with a view to obtaining funding for CGIAR Research Programs and the institutional structure of the Member Centers; c) Develop, in cooperation with the Member Centers, approve and manage performance of CGIAR Research Programs; d) Keep under review the efficiency and optimal organizational structure of the system of Member Centers and decide on appropriate action in accordance with this Constitution; e) Develop, manage and operate, in cooperation with Member Centers, as appropriate, shared services for Member Centers with a view to increasing operational efficiency; f) Communicate the role of the CGIAR, the Consortium and the Member Centers and carry out advocacy in international fora.Vision and Mission4. The goals of the CGIAR are reducing rural poverty, enhancing food security, improvingnutrition and health, and sustainably managing natural resources.5. In December 2009, the CGIAR opened a new chapter in its 39-year history by adopting anew business model. The 2009 CGIAR Business Meeting held on 8 December 2009 endorsed thereforms that had been designed over the previous two years, and approved the foundingdocuments of the reformed CGIAR – including drafts of the Constitution of the Consortium onInternational Agricultural Research Centers, the CGIAR Fund Framework, the joint declarationfor outcomes between the Consortium and the Fund, and the monitoring and evaluationframework. This initiated the process of establishing the CGIAR Fund and Fund Council, theConsortium, and the Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC).6. The central innovation of the new model is to clearly delineate the responsibilities andaccountability of those who conduct research and those who fund it. The Consortium unites theinternational agricultural research and natural resource management Centers supported by theCGIAR and provides a single contact point for donors. Similarly, CGIAR donors join together inthe CGIAR Fund the new multi-donor, multiyear trust fund administered by the World Bank withthe aim of harmonizing their contributions to agricultural research for development, improvingthe quantity and quality of funding available, and engendering greater financial stability.7. These institutional changes shifted the focus from Centers to CGIAR Research Programs(CRPs), the new instrument for planning and conducting research in the CGIAR. These areimplemented by one Lead Center and multiple partners, including partners external to theCGIAR. 14
  15. 15. 8. The years 2010 and 2011 have seen important building blocks of the reformed CGIAR putin place, including the CGIAR Fund and the CGIAR Consortium, the formulation and approval ofpillar institutional documents, and the start of the implementation of CGIAR Research Programs(CRPs).9. The reformed CGIAR will have the structure and capacities to meet the challenges of thetwenty-first century, delivering improved food security in the developing world whilemaintaining our environmental heritage for future generations.Summary of significant accounting policies10. The Consortium of International Agricultural Research Centers (the “Consortium”)prepares its statements of financial position, revenue and expenses in accordance with theaccounting policies and reporting practices prescribed by the CGIAR Financial Guidelines forinternational agricultural research centers.11. For the years 2010 and 2011, the transactions relating to the Consortium’s financialactivities were recorded in the books of Bioversity International, World Fish Center andAssociation of International Agricultural Research Centers (AIARC). Each of theseorganizations has been audited and received an unqualified opinion for both of these years.12. The major accounting policies followed at the Consortium are summarized below: a) Basis of Accounting These financial statements have been prepared under the historical cost convention, and under the accrual basis of accounting. b) Translation of currencies The Consortium’s financial statements are stated in U.S. dollars. Those assets and liabilities denominated in other currencies are translated at the exchange rate in effect at the end of each financial period. Grants received in currencies other than U.S. dollars are recorded at market exchange rates in effect at the time the grant is received or, if outstanding at 31 December, at the market rate of exchange in effect at the year’s end. Income and expenses in currencies other than U.S. dollars are initially recorded at the official exchange rate on the dates of the transactions. Profits and losses arising on exchange are included in the annual results of operations. c) Net assets Net assets comprise the residual interest in an entity’s assets after liabilities are deducted. 15
  16. 16. d) Revenue recognition Cash grants are recorded at the face value of the cash received or the US dollar equivalent. Grant revenue is recognized when there is reasonable assurance that the Consortium will comply with the conditions, and the grant will be received. Restricted grants are recognized as revenue to the extent of expenses incurred. e) Expenses Expenses are recognized on the accrual basis of accounting.Exclusion13. These financial statements are only for the operational activities of the Alliance and theConsortium. The Consortium also has fiduciary responsibility for amounts received from theCGIAR Fund – these funds are fully disbursed to the CGIAR Centers on receipt, and are notreflected in the Statements of Position and Revenue and Expenditure for 2011 and 2010 herereported. These funds are for implementation of CGIAR Research Programs (CRPs), institutionalsupport (“stability funding for centers”), and genebank support.14. This set of financial statements does not include a Statement of Cash flows as theConsortium did not itself hold any cash balances. Bioversity, World Fish and AIARC managedcash transactions on behalf of the Consortium for these two years, and the cash flows have beenreflected in their audited Financial statements.Mode of Operation/Integration15. The Alliance was based within the FAO facilities in Rome, Italy, and Bioversity provided human resources, financial and travel services. There was also a small office in Montevideo, Uruguay which provided support to the Board Chair. It was determined that Montpellier, France would be the permanent home of the Consortium Office, and in April the staff moved into temporary facilities there.16. While the financial support services during 2010 and 2011 were mostly provided by Bioversity, there were also receipts from contributions and payments of expenditures managed by World Fish, in Penang, Malaysia and AIARC, in Washington DC, USA.17. Pre-Reform System Operations refer to operational units in the areas of Information and Communications Technology, Knowledge Management, Intellectual Property and Gender. These were would down as separate functions during 2010 and 2011, and their activities are now part of the Consortium Office. 16
  17. 17. CGIAR Consortium Board18. All members of the CGIAR Consortium Board were appointed as of 1 January 2010, except Agnes Mwangombe who was appointed as of February 1, 2011. All members were still in office on 31 December 2011: Name Country PositionCarlos Perez Castillo Uruguay ChairCarl Hausmann USA Vice-ChairAgnes Mwangombe Kenya MemberMohamed Ait-Kadi Morocco MemberTom Arnold Ireland MemberGanesan Balachander India MemberGebisa Ejita USA MemberIan Goldin UK MemberLynn Haight Canada MemberLloyd Lepage was appointed as CEO in October 2010, and resigned in October 2011; during histerm of office, he was also a Board Member.19. The Board members have received honoraria and reimbursement of fares and other travel expenses incurred for board meetings and other trips in accordance with their contracts. 17
  18. 18. 2010 Financial Statements20. During the year 2010, the financial records of the Consortium were kept in three separate organizations affiliated with CGIAR. These were Bioversity, located in Rome Italy; and World Fish, located in Penang Malaysia; and the Association of International Agricultural Research Center (AIARC), located in Virginia, United States. The financial statements are prepared by aggregating the results of financial reports prepared by these three centers.21. Funds for 2010 were contributed from a variety of sources: • Contributions from the 15 CGIAR centers • Individual Donors (IBRD, Switzerland, Ireland, DFID UK, China, DGIS Netherlands) contributing for the: o Change Initiative Fund (CIF) o Interim Consortium Office22. Accounts Receivable consists of: Funds held by 31 December, 2010Bioversity 3,510World Fish 175AIARC 1,549Total 5,23423. Donor Grants Payable consists of: 31 December, Project Donor 2010 ICT/KM - Transition Change Initiative Fund 74 ICT/KM - General Operations World Bank/DFID 239 CIF Donors - CAS/IP Change Initiative Fund 78Legal Canada 96Board Orientation Program CG Centers 46Total 533The movements for the year are shown in Exhibit 2 below24. There were no commitments or contingencies at the end of the financial year. Nor werethere any subsequent events that would have any material impact. 18
  19. 19. Schedules to 2010 Financial StatementsExhibit 1Schedule of Grant Revenue CGIAR Secretariat/ Alliance Pre-reform Restricted Total Fund OfficeSwitzerland 763 - - - 763DFID 5,854 - 166 - 6,020China 200 - - - 200Netherlands 550 - - - 550 Ireland 980 - - - 980 IBRD 575 - 600 - 1,175Total 8,922 - 766 - 9,688Exhibit 2Schedule of Restricted Grants 31 31 December Transfers Donor Receipts Expenses December 2009 from Alliance 2010 Change InitiativeICT/KM - Transition (76) 146 300 (296) 74 FundICT/KM - General Operations World Bank/DFID - - 409 (170) 239 Change InitiativeCIF Donors - CAS/IP (72) 150 300 (300) 78 FundLegal Services Canada 96 - - - 96Total (52) 296 1,009 (766) 487 19
  20. 20. 2011 Financial Statements25. During the year 2011, the financial records of the Consortium were kept in three separate organizations affiliated with CGIAR. These were Bioversity, located in Rome Italy; and World Fish, located in Penang Malaysia; and the Association of International Agricultural Research Center (AIARC), located in Virginia, United States. The financial statements are prepared by aggregating the results of financial reports prepared by these three centers.26. It is the responsibility of the Management of the Consortium to prepare the financial reports.27. CGIAR Secretariat/Fund Office grants for 2011 were contributed from CGIAR Fund and Norway.28. Accounts Receivable consists of: Description 31-Dec-2011 31-Dec-2010 Funds held by Bioversity 145 3,510 Funds held by World Fish - 175 Funds held by AIARC - 1,549 CGIAR Fund – Final Installment for 2011 Budget 1,243 - Totals 1,388 5,23429. Donor Grants Receivable consists of Description 31-Dec-2011 31-Dec-2010 WB ICT-KM Operations 26 - European Commission Openair 21 - FAO CIARD 17 - CGIAR Fund – Final Installment for 2011 Budget 64 -30. Accounts Payable – Donors consists of a sum due to World Fish for reimbursement ofexpenses incurred on behalf of the Consortium Office. 20
  21. 21. 31. Donor Grants Payable consists of:Notes to the Accounts 31-Dec-2011 31-Dec-2010Accounts Payable Change Initiative Fund - 74 World Bank/DFID - 239 Change Initiative Fund - 78Canada - 96Swiss IP and Legal 119 -Swiss OCS 190 -ICT/KM Gates 49 -Netherlands NPI Initiative 45 -CG Centers 30 46Totals 433 53332. There were no commitments or contingencies at the end of the financial year. Nor werethere any subsequent events that would have any material impact. 21
  22. 22. Schedules to 2011 Financial Statements Exhibit 1 Schedule of Grant Revenue CGIAR Secretariat/ Alliance Pre-reform Restricted Total Fund Office Revenue and Gains Norway 380 - - - 380 CGIAR Fund 1,243 - - - 1,243 System Offices and Restricted Grants - - 665 697 1,362 Total 1,623 - 665 697 2,985 Exhibit 2 Schedule of Restricted Grants Balances 31 Transfers Balances 31Bioversity Project Donor December, of Receipts Expenses December,Reference 2010 Balances 2011OO- Legal Services Canada 96 - - (96) -ALX004 Board Orientation Program CG Centers 46 - 40 (56) 30SW- Intellectual Property Services Support SDC - - 258 (139) 119ALX005SW- Support for One Corporate System (OCS) SDC - - 258 (68) 190ALX006OO-ICT002 ICT/KM - Common Services Provision Gates - 49 - 49CI-ICT002 AMKN - Phase II CCAFS - 29 30 (59) -CI-ICT003 AMKN - Phase III CCAFS - 58 (58) -EU-ICT020 OPENAIR EC - 22 11 (54) (21)FA-ICT020 CIARD FAO - 64 (81) (17)MK- MacKnight McKnight Foundation - 43 - (43) -CAS001 FoundationNT- NPI Initiative 2007-2010 DGIS-NL - (171) 171 - -CAS013 NPI Initiative 2011-2012 DGIS-NL - - 88 (43) 45Total 142 (28) 978 (697) 395 22

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