CENTRO INTERNACIONAL DE MEJORAMIENTO DE MAIZ Y TRIGO INTERNACIONAL
300 WASHINGTON AVENUE SE NO 202, MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55455 http://www.cimmyt.org

Total Revenue
$167,661,243
Total Expenses
$162,585,694
Net Assets
$45,000,277

Organizations Filed Purposes: TO Sustainably increase the productivity of maize and wheat systems to ensure global food security and reduce poverty.

"Conservation Agriculture Program" (CAP) The growing importance of natural resource management in agriculture requires a reversal of current resource degradation in key areas. Climate change is raising temperatures and changing weather patterns in ways that accentuate extremes like flooding and drought. Water resources for irrigated agriculture are becoming scarce. In a positive vein, research increasingly points to the potential for significant productivity gains through improved farming practices. Conservation agriculture is a set of principles that build on systems agronomy research developed by CIMMYT and partners around the world, particularly on cropping methods that simultaneously boost productivity and reduce resource degradation in cropping systems that include maize or wheat. Through partnerships with national agricultural research systems, agri-business and other CGIAR centers, CIMMYT works toward an ultimate version of widespread use of sustainable systems by smallholder wheat and maize farmers, based on the principles of conservation agriculture. The goals are to improve rural incomes and livelihoods through sustainable management of agro-ecosystem productivity and diversity while minimizing unfavorable environmental impacts.

"Research Partnership Program" (RPP) Program under the oversight of the DDR-Research and Partnerships that includes the CRPs and flow-through grants: -CGIAR Research Program MAIZE (CRP Maize): International collaboration between more than 300 partners from the public and private sectors, national institutions, international research organizations and seed companies. This unique partnership seeks to mobilize global resources in maize research and development to achieve a greater strategic impact on maize-based farming systems in Africa, South Asia and Latin America. -CGIAR Research Program on Wheat (CRP Wheat): International, collaborative effort to raise the productivity of wheat farming systems, address the global threat of stem rust disease and help wheat farmers in developing countries grow their crops in hotter conditions with less water and less fertilizer.


Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

Name Title Hours Per Week Total Salary
Thomas A Lumpkin Board Member & DG 40.0 $403,052
Ravi Prakash Singh Distinguished Scientists 40.0 $260,705
Marianne Banziger DDG Corporate Services 40.0 $250,335
Hans-Joachim Braun Wheat Program Manager 40.0 $231,070
Thomas Wayne Short DDG Corporate Services 40.0 $229,452
Bruno Guy Edmond Yves Gerard Corp. Agriculture Prog Manager 40.0 $218,927
Maruthi Prasanna Boddupalli Maize Program Manager 40.0 $190,502
Nellooli Pandarathil Rajasekharan Director of HR 40.0 $189,451
Johanna H Henrica Maria Herremans Director of Finance 40.0 $183,906
Etienne M J O Ghislain Duveiller CIMMYT Regional Rep. Asia 40.0 $169,301
Andrew Barr Board Chair 1.5 $54,270
Sara Boettiger Board Member 1.5 $40,573
Mutsuo Iwamoto Board Member 1.5 $33,575
Tom McKay Board Member 1.5 $15,143
Neal Gutterson Board Member 1.5 $14,042
Isher Ahluwalia Board Member 1.5 $14,021
Cornelis F Broekhuijse Board Member 1.5 $8,864
John Snape Board Member 1.5 $5,994
Lindiwe Majele Sibanda Board Member 1.5 $4,999
Salvador Fernandez Rivera Board Member 1.5 $4,973
Alfonso Cebreros Murillo Board Member 1.5 $4,870
Matin Qaim Board Member 1.5 $4,410
Pedro Brajcich Gallegos Board Member 1.5 $2,915

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