Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries, and Food Security (CTI-CFF)

CTI-CFF Council of Ministers

The Coral Triangle Initiative on Coral Reefs, Fisheries and Food Security (CTI-CFF) is a multilateral partnership of six countries formed in 2007 to address the urgent threats facing the coastal and marine resources of one of the most biologically diverse and ecologically rich regions on earth.

Mode of Support: 
Open to Applications: 
Application Time Frame: 

Ongoing, accepted on a rolling basis.

Climate Objective: 
Both Mitigation and Adaptation
Administrator Type: 
Intergovernmental Organization
Financial Instruments Offered: 
Not Applicable
Direct Access: 
Fund Size: 

Not applicable.

Financing Award: 
Not Applicable
Not applicable.
Implementing Entity: 

Each member country appoints national committee to implement activities on the ground.

Steps to Access & Application Procedure: 

The CTI-CFF is open to collaborations with individuals and organizations. Organizations and individuals located in each of the Coral Triangle countries can contact their respective CTI National Coordinating Committee focal points. Those who are interested in collaborating with the CTI-CFF at the regional level may contact the CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat.
How to become involved (with application guidelines and forms):

Organizational and Decision Making Structure: 

The CTI-CFF operates through a core decision-making and implementing bodies, including the CTI-CFF Council of Ministers, the CTI-CFF Committee of Senior Officials, and the CTI-CFF National Coordinating Committees, all of which are supported by the CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat.

The CTI-CFF Council of Ministers (CTICOM) is the highest formal decision-making body of the initiative that has the power to adopt and approve CTI-CFF resolutions at Ministerial Meetings.

The CTI-CFF Committee of Senior Officials is composed of senior government officers from the six Coral Triangle countries who are tasked to oversee and decide on the technical decisions of the CTI-CFF as well as provide direction to the Regional Secretariat.

The CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat is the primary body that coordinates the implementation of the CTI Regional Plan of Action.

The CTI National Coordinating Committees (NCC) are the national interagency committees responsible for guiding and ensuring implementation of the CTI Regional and National Plans of Action in their respective countries.

Monitoring and Reporting Procedures: 

Not specified

Co-financing Requirements (if applicable): 

Not applicable.

Other Eligibility Criteria Beyond Geography and Income: 

Member of Coral Triangle Initiative.

Contact Information

Andie Wibianto
Communication Specialist
CTI-CFF Regional Secretariat
Mina Bahari II Bldg, 17th Fl.Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries
Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur, Jakarta 10110

Phone +62 (21) 3522040 (direct) +62 (21) 3519070 ext 6906

Last Updated: 
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Sectors & Topics: 
Coastal Resources
Eligible Countries and Geographic Regions: 
North America
Papua New Guinea
Philippines (the)
Solomon Islands (the)