CTIF can provide assistance to the national government entities, trade and industry associations, or civil society organisations based in one of the following Asia-Pacific countries: Cambodia, India, Lao PDR, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Palau, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, or Vanuatu. Applications can include programming in more than one country listed here.
CTIF can provide assistance to the regional multilateral organizations based in any ODA-eligible Asia-Pacific country. Please see the most recent ODA-eligibility list
National government entities, trade and industry associations, or civil society* organisations based in one of the following Asia-Pacific countries: Cambodia, India, Lao PDR, Maldives, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Palau, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Timor-Leste, Tonga, Tuvalu, or Vanuatu.
Regional multilateral organizations based in any ODA-eligible Asia-Pacific country.
*Civil society organizations include, but are not limited to, business development services providers, industry associations, cooperatives and chambers of commerce, research and development, and academic institutions.
International organizations, including UN affiliated organizations and multilateral development banks, are not eligible.
Applicants who have not previously received CTIF technical assistance support.
- Regional institution. Interventions targeted at regional institutions (e.g., APEC, ASEAN, SAARC, PIF) that support improved skills, knowledge and tools to support inclusive and sustainable growth; competitiveness; and/or economic integration.
- National institutions/organization. Interventions that support the increased ability of national and local governments to plan, develop and implement inclusive (especially gender-inclusive) policies, legislation, and regulations supporting increased market access for businesses, funding for quality infrastructure and/or access to finance.
- Civil society. Interventions that support the increased capacity of civil society organizations (CSOs) and private sector organizations (PSOs) to engage with government institutions on trade issues, investment issues, and/or quality infrastructure issues.
- Firm. Intervention to support firms in taking advantage of new opportunities from business growth, women’s (including economic) empowerment, in accessing markets and finance, and from responsible business conduct.
CTIF provides technical assistance through contracting independent suppliers to deliver activities contained in the implementation plan of approved applications. CTIF can also cover expenses for individuals to participate in conferences, study tours, and other activities approved through the application process.
The application form and assessment criteria are annexed to the guidelines and can also be found on the CTIF website. The application form is also available from the CTIF team directly or from a Global Affairs Canada representative in Canada’s missions in the Asia-Pacific region.
CTIF is not accepting applications until further notice, please inform us if you would like to be notified about this change. Fill out the Expression of Interest form and submit it to CTIF via e-mail (email@example.com) or apply online.
To start your application process, visit the Applications page.
Potential applicants can contact the CTIF team through our contact form or can contact Jakarta Regional office directly. Canadian missions in the Asia Pacific region can also be contacted for details about the Facility.
In our Jakarta office, please contact:
Mr. Hendry Predy
CTIF Regional Office
World Trade Centre, 10th Floor
Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 29-31
Jakarta 12920, Indonesia
Phone +62 21-526-2282
Mobile +62 87-878-733-038