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Open Call for Proposals: Funding Innovation Making a Difference

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The Common Fund for Commodities provides financing to organisations and enterprises engaged in commodity value chains in its member countries. Through a range of financial instruments, the CFC seeks to support business activities in the field of commodity development, including agriculture, minerals and metals in Developing Countries. The intervention should, besides giving a sound financial return, also provide for a measurable social and environmental return.

All interested parties are kindly invited to submit qualifying proposals no later than 31 October 2017.

For full details please download the call for proposals and submission guidelines:

Call for Proposals (PDF)

  • Application form (PDF and Word)
  • Instructions for completing the application form (PDF)
  • Balance Sheet and Income Statement (Excel)

For any questions related to the Open Call, please contact: opencall@common-fund.org

About CFC

The Common Fund for Commodities (CFC) is an autonomous intergovernmental financial institution established within the framework of the United Nations. The Agreement Establishing the Common Fund for Commodities was negotiated in the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) from 1976 to 1980 and became effective in 1989. The first commodity development project was approved in 1991.

The Common Fund for Commodities forms a partnership of 101 Member States plus 9 institutional members. Membership of the Fund is open to all States Members of the United Nations or any of its specialised agencies, or of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and intergovernmental organisations of regional economic integration which exercise competence in the fields of activity of the Fund.

 

2017-08-31T09:28:05+00:00 August 31st, 2017|News, News - Agriculture|