CFA members form Working Groups (WGs) to address conservation finance issues as they arise, and their activities include carrying out workshops, research and publications, among other initiatives that contribute to the exchange of knowledge and best practices. To undertake specific projects, WG participants also constitute dedicated committees, making it possible for the CFA to conduct its technical assistance, training, and programmatic work. Today, the CFA counts on three WGs.
All CFA members are welcome to join as many WGs as they're interested in. Each WG convenes meetings on a monthly basis, usually by conference calls, organized by the CFA Secretariat.