As the next step in the approval process for the proposal for CRP3.7 ‘More meat, milk, and fish by and for the poor’, the Independent Science and Partnership Council (ISPC) reviewed the revised proposal that was submitted to the CGIAR Consortium in early March 2011 and presented to CGIAR Fund Council by ILRI Director General Carlos Seré on April 8th.
The ISPC provided its feedback and comments in mid-May, and comments were also subsequently received from individual Fund Council members (Australia, FAO, World Bank).
The four CGIAR Centers involved in CRP3.7 (ILRI, WorldFish, CIAT, ICARDA) drafted a response to the various sets of comments which was submitted by ILRI Director General Carlos Seré on their behalf to the CGIAR Fund Council this week. This response will be shared with the CGIAR Fund Council members as they prepare to make a decision to approve funding for CRP3.7 at their upcoming meeting July 6-7 in Washington, DC.
Ok it will better results
National Animal Science Research Institute (NASRI)
Khumaltar Lalitpur, Nepal