The Belize Social Investment Fund is a quasi-government institution.

Its primary projects are linked to the health, education and rural development sectors.


The Belize Social Investment Fund (BSIF) was incorporated in 1996 as a Statutory Body through the Belize Social Investment Fund Act. According to the Act, “The Fund shall, subject to the availability of resources, approve projects and programmes and provide, either wholly or partially, financial and technical assistance to community groups with development goals, and local government organizations, for the execution of such projects or programmes which will serve to provide basic services to the most severely affected groups in the country.”

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Who Are We?

Belize Social Investment Fund, an implementing agency of the Government of Belize, strives to enhance quality of life through effective project implementation.

Brief History

The Team (PPT) had a unique setup, pairing young professionals with seasoned experts specializing in education, social, and economic development.


The Caribbean Development Bank approves a $4.5 million US grant and a $10 million US loan to support the Government of Belize in expanding services to marginalized communities nationwide.

Governance Structure

The Social Investment Fund is managed by a nine-member Board of Directors, reporting directly to the Minister of Economic Development.

Annual Report

At the Belize Social Investment Fund, we prioritize transparency and accountability. Explore our annual reports for detailed insights.