Infrastructure Sectors


Eligible Sector

BIFFL will promote, encourage and finance all infrastructure sectors, including but not limited to the following:

(1)Power and Energy:

  • Generation of power, energy, hydro-carbon exploration, hydropower, solar power and wind power;
  • Production of biomass or biogas energy fueled by waste or processed by- products in a manner that does not denigrate the environment within the territory of Bangladesh;
  • Transmission of energy within the territory of Bangladesh or beyond for the purpose of economic development of the country;

(2) Natural Resource Development:

  • Exploration, Production, Transmission and Distribution of Oil and Gas, Petrochemicals, Coal and other Mineral Resources;
  • Oil refinery and production of LPG;

(3) Transportation System:

  • Roads & Highways and Expressways including Mass Rapid Transport System;
  • Bridges, Tunnels, Flyovers, Interchangers, City Roads, Bus Terminals, Commercial Car Parking etc.

(4) Port Development:

  • Sea, River and Land Port including Inland Container Terminals, Inland Container Depot and other related services;
  • Deep Sea Port Development;

(5) Air & Railway Transportation Projects:

  • Airports, Terminals and related aviation facilities;
  • Railway systems, Rolling stock, Equipment and facilities;

(6) Telecommunication System:

  • Cellular, Broadband, Satellite, Cable and Data Transmission, Networks and services including Information and Communication Technology;

(7) Tourism:

  • Basic and all necessary infrastructure related to tourism industry;

(8) Utility & Environmental Management:

  • Water supply and distribution, Sewerage and Drainage, Effluent Treatment Plants (ETP);
  • Land reclamation, Dredging of Rivers, Canals, Wetlands, Lakes and other related facilities;
  • Environmental, Industrial and Solid Waste Management Projects;

(9) Social and Industrial Infrastructure Projects:

  • Economic Zone, Industrial estates and parks, City and Property Development, including services to support Commercial and Non-commercial activities;
  • Social infrastructure, e.g. Health, Education, Human Resource Development, Research and Development, and Cultural facilities;
  • E-service Delivery to citizens;

(10) Poverty Alleviation Projects:

  • Pourashava and village water supply;
  • Remote area power supply systems, Rural gas supply;
  • Rural internet projects;
  • River passenger terminals/landing stations;
  • Rural health services and hospital; and
  • Irrigation and other agricultural services

(11) Urban & Rural Development Projects:

  • Fisheries and Livestock Development Projects
  • Other urban, municipal and rural projects, that the Government views as priority areas for development so as to support economic development activities; and