Call for Proposals
Application forms may be submitted in English only.
Yes, provided that all activities financed by the CFC are implemented in a Member State of the CFC.
The CFC does not finance start-up companies.
Eligible proposals must demonstrate a track record of at least 3 years (addressing substantive as well as financial issues).
The existence of a credible historical period of operations (documented by audited financial statements) is important.
The goal of the CFC is to advance development in commodity-dependent developing countries.
Matters covered by other international organisations, such as research, humanitarian aid, educational, medical issues fall outside the CFC’s mandate.
SDGs: Sustainable Development Goals (UN).
For further information, please refer to the website of the UN https://sdgs.un.org
IRR%: Internal Rate of Return
The CFC funds projects with loan and other debt instruments.
The maximum amount is USD 1.5 million for regular projects, and up to USD 300,000 under the Fast-Track procedure.
However, we show some flexibility when we have projects with higher impacts and good case of finance.
This will be determined depending on the type of project and the risk attached to it.
CFC offers affordable and competitive financing terms and conditions that are tailored to the risk profile and requirements of the borrower.
For certain projects with the appropriate risk profile, the CFC can offer a grace period on its loans, not exceeding 2 years.
The CFC will only contact proponents of proposals that are deemed suitable for further consideration by the Consultative Committee.
If you have not heard from us two weeks after the dates of Consultative Committee meeting, the proposal was not recommended for follow-up.
Please provide a summary of impact indicators consistently with the impact projections in the Excel template attached with the application.
Section 8.1 lists the documents required by the CFC. An application form without these documents will be incomplete.
Section 8.2 lists the documents which are desirable but can be omitted at the application stage.