IRRI is a nonprofit organization, which means that any funds we receive go directly to our mission toward reducing poverty and hunger, improving the health of rice farmers and consumers, and ensuring that rice production is environmentally sustainable.
We receive financial support from many donors around the world. These include governments, philanthropic foundations, the private sector, international agencies, universities, and through CGIAR.
Donor investment is fundamental to achieving our goals.
IRRI's total revenue for 2014 was USD 99.19 million.
Donor investment is fundamental to achieving our goals and, in 2014, major donor groups included CGIAR Fund (USD 38.88 million), national governments (USD 30.16 million), philanthropic foundations (USD 15.73 million), CGIAR centers and programs (USD 4.67 million), private sector (USD 4.01 million), international organizations (USD 3.84 million), and universities (USD 0.63 million).
The Institute also receives donations through The IRRI Fund. The IRRI Fund facilitates partnerships and encourages support for rice research in Sinagpore, Hong Kong, India, Asia, and around the world. Read more about The IRRI Fund.
IRRI's donors consist of various institutions from all over the world that believe in the Institute's mission to eradicate poverty and hunger. In 2014, our donors included:
- CGIAR Fund
- Africa Rice Center (AfricaRice)
- International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT)
- CGIAR Challenge Program on Water and Food (CPWF)
- CGIAR Generation Challenge Programme (GCP)
- CRP 4 - Agriculture for Nutrition and Health
- Hybrid Rice Development Consortium (HRDC)
- International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT)
- International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT)
- International Food Policy Research Institute (IFPRI)
- International Water Management Institute (IWMI)
- World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF)
- Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR)
- Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization (CSIRO)
- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
- Japan International Research Center for Agricultural Sciences (JIRCAS)
- Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Japan-MAFF)
- Ministry of Finance (Japan-MOF)
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Japan-MOFA)
- National Institute for Agro-Environmental Sciences (NIAES)
- Agricultural Training Institute (ATI)
- Bureau of Plant Industry (BPI)
- Department of Agriculture (DA)
- Department of Agriculture - Bureau of Agriculture Research (DA-BAR)
- Land Bank of the Philippines (LBP)
- National Irrigation Administration (NIA)
- Philippine Rice Research Institute (PhilRice)
- Regional Field Unit CAR
- Regional Field Unit III
- Regional Field Unit IV-B
- Regional Field Unit V
- Regional Field Unit VI
- Regional Field Unit VII
- Regional Field Unit VIII
- Chungcheongnam-do Agriculture Research and Extension Services (CNARES)
- Rural Development Administration (RDA)
- Charles Sturt University
- Centre for Environmental Research (UFZ)
- Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences - Institute of Plant Protection (CAAS-IPP)
- Colorado State University
- Manchester University
- Michigan State University (MSU)
- National Taiwan University (NTU)
- Nagoya University
- New South Wales Department of Industry and Investment (Primary Industries)
- New York University (NYU)
- Purdue University
- Seoul National University (SNU)
- Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH-Zurich)
- University of Aberdeen
- University of California, Berkeley
- University of Cambridge
- University of Illinois
- University of Sheffield
- University of Tasmania (UTAS)
- University of Western Australia (UWA)
- Atlas Fertilizer Corporation (AFC)
- AXA Research Fund
- Bankers Association of Bangladesh (BAB)
- International Fertilizer Association (IFA)
- International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI)
- International Potash Institute (IPI)
- International Seed Testing Association (ISTA)
- Mars Incorporated
IRRI has spent the last five decades trying to reduce poverty and hunger, improve the health of farmers and consumers, and ensure that rice production is stable and sustainable. It is primarily through financial support from our generous donors and global partners that IRRI is able to achieve these goals.
Help us to continue looking for lasting solutions to world hunger by donating.
Your generous donation will help us continue what we have started. Together, we may yet feed the poor and all peoples in the future in a sustainable manner.
Your support can help turn this vision of a bright tomorrow into a reality.
Give to IRRI through the following:
- Direct bank deposit
Bank Account Name: International Rice Research Institute
Bank Account Number : 260-659263-178
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In 2012, IRRI's Communication and Publishing Services unit streamlined the format of the annual report with the printed version now limited to a brochure format summarizing research highlights, milestones, and financial information.
The most interesting stories, composed of articles from Rice Today magazine and media releases, are highlighted to give the reader a full view of what IRRI's been up to in the past year.
Currently, IRRI also takes the lead in drafting the GRiSP annual report, having produced the first two installments in 2011 and 2012 in a traditional publication format.