The CAFI Fund has different types of implementation modalities : UN Organisations, the World Bank, International Cooperation Agencies and other international non-governmental organisations.

Implementing organisations that have thus far signed an agreement with CAFI or the DRC National REDD+ Fund - which means the ones that CAFI partner countries can currently select to support the implementation of their National Investment Frameworks - currently are (in alphabetical order) : 

Implementing organisations carry out their activities in accordance with their own regulations, rules, and procedures. In doing this, they are expected to demonstrate framework consistency with the safeguards described in Annex 4 of the CAFI Fund Terms of Reference.

In addition, implementing organisations have pledged to display a high level of awareness in regards to fraud, corruption, sexual harassment and all other risks identified in the Risk Management Strategy adopted by the CAFI Executive Board. Implementing organisations are expected to be proactive in reporting those risks to the Board and in mitigating them.  

Analyses of the amounts funded per implementing organization, as well as their overall performance, are presented in CAFI Consolidated annual reports.