About PRRI – Donate

Donations to PRRI can be made to:


Euro account: IBAN: NL 95ABNA0612293114

USD account: IBAN: NL 84ABNA0605617287



The bulk of the work of PRRI is done by volunteer members , and PRRI depends to a large extent on their  in-kind contributions.

In addition, and is the case with many organisations, additional funding is needed for things as secretarial support and travel.  In the period 2006 – 2010, the activities of PRRI were mainly funded by the European Commission FP6 project, called “Science4BioReg” (total budget 800.000 USD).

Additional financial support has been provided by governments, international organisations and the private sector. As is explained in an open letter to Friends of the Earth Europe in 2006, PRRI can only accept financial support if no conditions are attached other than requirements for proper reporting and accounting.

The Steering Committee of the PRRI wishes to express its since appreciation for the financial and in-kind contributions it has received since 2004 from:


  • Government of Canada
  • Government of Spain
  • Government of Switzerland
  • Government of the United States

Non Governmental organisations:

  • Rockefeller Foundation
  • Institute for Plant Biotechnology for Developing Countries (IPBO), Belgium
  • International Rice Research Institute (IRRI), Philippines
  • University of the Philippines, Los Baños (UPLB), Philippines
  • International Service for the Acquisition of Agribiotech Applications (ISAAA),
  • Brazilian Biosafety Association- (ANBio), Brazil
  • Forum for Agricultural Research in Africa (FARA)
  • Black Sea Biotechnology Association (BSBA)
  • Program for Biosafety Systems (PBS)
  • Donald Danforth Plant Science Centre (DDPSC)
  • Syngenta Foundation

Private sector:

  • CropLife International
  • US Grain Council
  • Monsanto
  • United Soybean Board
  • Arborgen
  • EuropaBio

Financial contributions per year

  •  2004: 30.000 USD
  •  2005: 150.000 USD
  •  2006: 155.000 USD
  •  2007: 300.000 USD (including FP6 project)
  •  2008: 285.000 USD (including FP6 project)
  •  2009: 290.000 USD (including FP6 project)
  •  2010: 60,000 USD
  •  2011: 70,000 USD
  •  2012: 60,000 USD