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JOHN TEMPLETON FOUNDATION

Biosciences for Farming in Africa is funded primarily by the John Templeton Foundation. The John Templeton Foundation serves as a philanthropic catalyst for discoveries relating to the Big Questions of human purpose and ultimate reality. The Foundation takes a particular interest in how major advances in genetics might serve to empower individuals, leading to spiritually beneficial social and cultural changes.

MALAYSIAN COMMONWEALTH STUDIES CENTRE  

The Malaysian Commonwealth Studies Centre in Cambridge is an exempt charity, established in 1995 with monies provided from sources in Malaysia.

With a distinguished board of Trustees, and under the direction of Dr Anil Seal of Trinity College, Cambridge, the Centre continues to address issues of importance throughout the Commonwealth.

Its programme of activities now focuses upon affordable education, affordable healthcare, sustainable development, including food security and mitigating climate change and the promotion of electoral democracy and good governance.