The full implementation of the Second Global Plan of Action requires a significant increase in the activities currently taking place. Adequate financial resources commensurate with the scope of the Second Global Plan of Action should therefore be mobilized.
The following three types of donors provide most of the funding for activities in the field of plant genetic resources for food and agricultur
This category embraces the following institutions: i) UN agencies, programmes and funds, ii) international financial institutions (including the World Bank, International Monetary Fund and regional development banks), iii) global funds (e.g. Global Environmental Facility), iv) the European Union, and v) a number of Arab Funds.
This category includes member states that provide development assistance directly to recipient countries. Development assistance can be coordinated on behalf of the Government by ministries (e.g. Ministry of Foreign Affairs) or specialized agencies (e.g. National Development Agency).
This category refers to non-profit organizations that fund activities of other institutions or individuals for their own charitable purposes. Two types of foundations can be distinguished: private foundations and public foundations.