CGIAR System Council Composition July 2016 – June 2019

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CGIAR System Council CompositionJuly 2016 – June 2019Leadership, Ex-officio non-voting membersChair of the System CouncilJuergen VoegeleSenior Director, AgricultureWorld BankCo-ChairAppointed by the System Council for each meeting fromamongst its voting members(Serves for a 4-year term effectivefrom 12 July 2016)20 Voting members, July 2016 – June 2019* Denotes one of the five developing country constituencies of the System CouncilNo12Constituency/CountryAfrican DevelopmentBankAustraliaMemberAlternate (optional)Martin FregeneDirector of AgricultureAndrew CampbellChief Executive Officer,Australian Centre forInternational AgriculturalResearch (ACIAR)Tony CavalieriSenior Program Officer,Agriculture DevelopmentKen JohmLead Agricultural EconomistMellissa WoodGeneral Manager, GlobalPrograms, ACIAR3Bill & Melinda GatesFoundation4CanadaStephen PotterDirector, Food SecurityDivision, Global Issues andDevelopment Branch, GlobalAffairs CanadaChristophe KadjiDeputy Director, GlobalPrograms and Initiatives FoodSecurity Division, Global Issuesand Development Branch,Global Affairs Canada5East Asia andPacific*CHINA (July 2016-June 2019)Gong XifengDirector of InternationalCooperation, ChineseAcademy of AgriculturalSciences (CAAS)INDONESIA (July 2016-June2019)Syaiful AnwarDirector of Social EconomicForest Policy and ClimateChange Centre, Forestry andEnvironment ResearchDevelopment and InnovationAgency(China, Indonesia,Malaysia, Philippinesand Thailand)Enock ChikavaDeputy Director, s/our-governance/system-councilVersion, 2 April 2019Page 1 of 5

CGIAR System Council CompositionJuly 2016 – June ermany andBelgiumHans JoppenBelgian Ministry of ForeignAffairs, Foreign Trade andDevelopment Cooperation8Japan9Latin America andCaribbean*Stefan SchmitzHead of Directorate 12,Food, Agriculture and RuralDevelopment, FederalMinistry for EconomicCooperation and DevelopmentSatomi OkagakiSenior Deputy Director, GlobalIssues Cooperation Division,International CooperationBureau, Ministry of ForeignAffairs of JapanBRAZIL (2019)Pedro Luiz Oliveira deAlmeida MachadoCoordinator, Embrapa LabexEurope, Brazilian AgricultureResearch Corporation.Ministry of Agriculture,Livestock and Food SupplyJorge Rueda SousaMinister Counselor ofMexico’s Agricultural Officefor Europe / SAGARPAMission of Mexico to the EUMelle LeenstraSenior Policy Officer Food &Nutrition Research, Ministry ofForeign AffairsMiguel NarvaezAgricultural Counselor forMexico’s Agricultural Office forEurope / SAGARPAMission of Mexico to the EUNo6(Brazil, Colombia andPeru)10Mexico11The Netherlands12NorwayAlternate (optional)Christophe LaroseHead of Sustainableagriculture sector, DEVCO C1 European CommissionMotoaki KomiyaDeputy Director, Global IssuesCooperation Division,International Cooperation,Bureau, Ministry of Foreign,Affairs of JapanCOLOMBIA (2019)Jorge Mario Diaz LuengasExecutive Director, Agrosavia,The Colombian Corporation forAgricultural ResearchDaniel van GilstSenior Adviser, system-councilVersion, 2 April 2019Page 2 of 5

CGIAR System Council CompositionJuly 2016 – June 2019No1314Constituency/CountrySouth Asia*(Bangladesh, India andSri Lanka)Sub-Saharan Africa*(Kenya, Nigeria, SouthAfrica, Sudan andUganda)MemberAlternate (optional)INDIA (July 2016-June 2019)Shri Chhabilendra RoulAS(D) & Secretary, ICARDept. of Agricultural Research& Education, Ministry ofAgriculture and FarmersWelfareSRI LANKA (Jan. 2018-June 2019)N.A. Sisira KumaraSecretary, Ministry of Irrigationand Water ResourcesManagementNIGERIA (July 2016-June 2019)Yarama D. NdirpayaAg. Director Partnership &Linkages Programme,Agricultural Research Councilof Nigeria (ARCN)15SwedenEva OhlssonSenior Research Advisor,Swedish InternationalDevelopment CooperationAgency (SIDA)16Switzerland17United Kingdom ofGreat Britain andNorthern IrelandMichel EvéquozSenior Advisor, GlobalProgram Food SecuritySwiss DevelopmentCooperationAlan TollerveyTeam Leader, AgricultureResearch, Research andEvidence Division, DFID18United StatesRobert BertramChief Scientist, Bureau forFood Security, USAIDBANGLADESH (July 2016-Dec.2017)SUDAN (Jan. 2018- June 2019)Adil Omer Salih AbdelrahimActing Director General,Agricultural ResearchCorporationKENYA (July 2016-Dec. 2017)Philip ChivertonSenior Consultant to SIDA onCGIAR matters, C/O Unit ofResearch Cooperation, SwedishInternational DevelopmentCooperation AgencyHoward StandenClimate Change (Resilience andInclusion) Adviser, DFIDEric WitteSenior International AffairsSpecialist, system-councilVersion, 2 April 2019Page 3 of 5

CGIAR System Council CompositionJuly 2016 – June 2019No19Constituency/CountryWest Asia & NorthAfrica*(Turkey and Iran;Member and Alternaterotates each 2 years)20World BankMemberAlternate (optional)IRAN (From 1 July 2018)Rasoul ZareDeputy Head, Research andTechnology, AgriculturalResearch, Education andExtension Organization(AREEO)TURKEY (From 1 July 2018)H. Gazi KAYADirector of Agricultural Researchand Policies, Ministry of FoodAgriculture and Livestock.(Note: previously member fromJuly 2016-June 2018)Mark CacklerPractice ManagerGlobal Practice for AgricultureEx-officio non-voting membersThe following 6 System Council seats are additional to the 2 ex-officio non-voting members held by theSystem Council Chair and the Co-Chair, the latter of whom is appointed by the System Council eachmeeting from amongst the voting members.NoOrganizationMember21Chair of the SystemManagement BoardMarco Ferroni22Executive Director ofthe CGIAR SystemOrganizationElwyn Grainger-JonesExecutive Director23Representativeappointed by theCenters - 1242526Nicole BirrellConvener of the Center BoardChairsRepresentativeAly Abousabaaappointed by theConvener of the Center DirectorsCenters - 2GeneralFood and Agricultural Hans DreyerOrganization of theDirector, Plant Production andUnited NationsProtection Division (AGP)International Fund for Donal BrownAgriculturalAssociate t-us/our-governance/system-councilVersion, 2 April 2019Alternate (optional)Malu NdaviLead Technical SpecialistPage 4 of 5

CGIAR System Council CompositionJuly 2016 – June 2019NoOrganizationMemberProgramme ManagementDepartmentAlternate (optional)Programme ManagementDepartmentActive ObserversActive Observers have the right to participate in deliberations of the System Council and topropose agenda items and make presentations for such deliberations. Active Observers do nothave the right to vote.NoOrganizationMember27Global Forum onAgricultural ResearchBongiwe N. NjobeGFAR Chair28CGIAR IndependentScience forDevelopment CouncilMaggie GillISDC Interim ChairAlternate (optional)Invited GuestsRepresentatives of each of the following are invited to System Council meetings: France, in its capacity as the Host Country of the CGIAR System Organization The Chair of the System Council’s Assurance Oversight Committee The Chair of the Standing Panel on Impact Assessment The Trustee of the CGIAR Trust Fund (the World system-councilVersion, 2 April 2019Page 5 of 5

4 . Canada Stephen Potter. Director, Food Security Division, Global Issues and Development Branch, Global A

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