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� Report of the Sixth External Review of the Bioversity International December 2009 Consultative Group on International Agricultural Research

  • Page 2 and 3: Report of the Sixth External Review
  • Page 4 and 5: � � � � � � � THIS�
  • Page 6 and 7: Science�Council�Commentary� S
  • Page 8 and 9: Bioversity�to�engage�many�o
  • Page 10 and 11: effective)� partnerships� on�
  • Page 12 and 13: Bioversity remains highly visible i
  • Page 14 and 15: Supported by the CGIAR Office�of
  • Page 16 and 17: A major function of the PSC, which
  • Page 18 and 19: among Programme Directors/Unit Head
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  • Page 22 and 23: CONTENTS� � � SUMMARY�AND
  • Page 24 and 25: 7.4� Bioversity���Main�Fi
  • Page 26 and 27: and�projects�and�distributed
  • Page 28 and 29: 4. The� Panel� recommends� th
  • Page 30 and 31: therefore�increased�loss�of
  • Page 32 and 33: The� extent� to� which� the
  • Page 34 and 35: All� these� are� important�
  • Page 36 and 37: 2 BIOVERSITY�INTERNATIONAL:�HIS
  • Page 38 and 39: Figure�2.1�The�organizational
  • Page 40 and 41: collaborations�work�(FA�5).
  • Page 42 and 43: or� others,� inside� or� ou
  • Page 44 and 45: 4. Priority�setting:��How�i
  • Page 46 and 47: Another� positive� element� o
  • Page 48 and 49: technology�to�targeted�
  • Page 50 and 51: Table�3.1��Bioversity�Role
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    different�targets�and�interes

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    The� second� Project,� F02�

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    and� universities.� Bioversity

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    of�conditions�will�be�neces

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    There�has�been�an�increase

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    Cacao� is� produced� by� sm

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    The� public�private� Musa�

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    Table�4.4��Analyses�of�pu

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    coconut)� are� actually� high

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    The�conservation�of�genetic

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    Bioversity� recognizes� the�

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    3. There�were�six�new�core

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    long�term� seed� storage� f

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    subsistence�use�or�income.�

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    There�has�also�been�a�dec

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    there�are�no�institutions�w

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    states�that�its�goal�is�t

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    3. Policy�and�Law;�by�under

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    coordination�of�the�program.

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    Technical� and� process�based

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    � As� part� of� the� worl

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    perspectives;� and,� the� opt

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    4.5.7 Conclusions�and�Recommend

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    social� (market)� value� will

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    amongst�others,�in�a�partne

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    experiences� from� other� cen

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    participatory� research� on�

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    to�banana�in�Uganda,�Tanzan

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    Considering� Bioversity�s� ex

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    Total�is�not�the�sum�of

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    Such�a�policy�would�of�co

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    � most� of� the� resources

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    iv) Does�it�contribute�co�f

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    part� of� the� process� of

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    Table�6.1��Members�of�the

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    � Elected�members�of�the�

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    an� extensive� 360� degree�

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    e�asked�and�willing�to�gi

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    The�Panel�did�not�have�th

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    7 RESOURCE�MANAGEMENT� 7.1 Huma

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    Table�7.2��Bioversity�Staff

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    process�was�raised�by�regio

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    suggests�that�management�make

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    Table�7.3�Bioversity�Funding,

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    Long�Term�Financial�Stability

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    7.2.4 Accounting�Systems� Biove

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    delegation�of�financial�autho

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    friendly�databases.�As�a�le

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    increase�in�unrestricted�fund

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    specialized� databases� by� r

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    8.2.7 Expansion�of�mission�in

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    complementary� ways� to� help

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    and�sufficiency�in�ex�situ

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    � In�2030�will�much�plant

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    � Bioversity�International�6t

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    Program);�for�the�IUCN�Exte

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    � The� effectiveness� of� t

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    ANNEX�3� Itinerary�of�the

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    Maria�del�Carmen�Rocabado,�

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    Farmer,�Dry�zone,�Kang’uuth

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    32. Staff�manual�or�a�descr

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    ANNEX�6� 5th�Bioversity�Int

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    � � � EPMR�Recommendation

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    � � � EPMR�Recommendation

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    � � � EPMR�Recommendation

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