Annexes

Financials

2014 Financial highlights

Financial Results for 2014

In 2014, CCAFS’ total budget was USD 74.670 million, including the monies from the CGIAR Fund and bilateral sources. The total execution in 2014 was USD 69.820 million (93.5%). Partnership execution represented 20% of the total while Gender related activities equalled 13.63%. Of the USD 69.820 million expended, 26% came from bilateral funding sources while the remaining came from to Window 1 and Window 2 (W1 & W2) and W3 funding. W1 & W2 funds started flowing in April 2014. Thereafter, several other disbursements were made, amounting to 100% of the total 2014 W1&W2 budget as of the end of 2013.

Table 1 shows the execution by natural classification and Table 2 by Center. The data are expressed in USD thousands or as a proportion (%) of the allocated budget.

Table 1: Execution as of 31 December 2014 per natural classification
Budget Categories Budget Executed Execution %
Personnel 22,361 20,996 94%
Collaborators Costs - CGIAR Centers 1,738 1,728 99%
Collaborator Costs - Partners 17,980 14,288 79%
Supplies and services 16,145 17,817 110%
Operational Travel 4,965 5,058 102%
Depreciation 515 388 66%
Contingency 161
Subtotal 63,865 60,275 94%
Indirect costs 10,805 9,545 88%
Total - all costs 74,670 69,820 93.5
Table 2: Execution as of 31 December 2014 per Center
Center Budget Executed Execution %
AFRICA RICE 469 495 105%
BIOVERSITY 6,870 6,023 88%
CIAT * 17,846 20,267 114%
CIFOR 2,388 1,510 63%
CIMMYT 4,657 4,399 94%
CIP 1,923 1,915 100%
ICARDA 1,384 1,481 107%
ICRAF 10,373 6,352 61%
ICRISAT 6,577 6,391 97%
IFPRI 2,701 2,664 99%
IITA 3,392 2,367 70%
ILRI 7,640 8,049 105%
IRRI 2,922 3,026 104%
IWMI 4,210 3,730 89%
WORLDFISH 1,316 1,132 86%
Total 74,670 69,800 93.5%

*Includes CIAT as a participating Center and as the host of CCAFS' Theme Leaders and Regional Program Leaders, partner universities, Coordinating Unit and Management.

Financial outlook

The CGIAR Consortium has taken a multiyear approach to provide Consortium Research Programs (CRPs) with funding stability. However, in 2014 and 2015, there has been a setback in CRP Funding resulting in cut down in some activities.

The estimated 2016 total budget is USD 60.8 million, which includes USD12.6 million of bilateral grants.