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The year 2021 was an important one for the CFC in terms of achievements. It was marked by the highest disbursement amount since its reform in 2012, and this despite the COVID-19 related challenges. Also, the Commodity Impact Investing Facility (CIIF) was approved by the CFCs Governing Council in December 2021  this represents a historic moment for the organization and an opportunity to engage a larger network of impact investors with the development of the commodity sector.

Gender lens impact investing: a catalyst for change in commodity value chains

The impact of voluntary sustainability standards on small-scale farmers in global commodity chains

The Fourth Industrial Revolution: benefits and threats for commodity-dependent developing countries

Building the pillars of an agricultural marketing system - The case of ACE, Malawi

The Sustainable Development Goals and Impact Measurement - – A CFC Journey

Understanding the dynamics of Circular Financial Flows in the Commodity Sector

Powering commodity value chains with sustainable energy

Health-food specialty products:

a promising market for farmers from developing countries?

Strategies and initiatives for security and development in the Sahel