BURO Bangladesh stands for Basic Unit for Resources and Opportunities of Bangladesh
BURO Bangladesh is a national non-government social development organization was established in 1990 intended to work for the poor and rural people to reduce human poverty and also increase the income . Over the period, the organization emerges as a front ranking specialized microfinance institution. It provides high quality flexible financial and social services to one million low-income people, particularly the poor women.
BURO Bangladesh currently serves 2.107 million poor women through its 1070 branch offices which are managed by 9,753 full time work forces.
BURO Bangladesh is one of the first MFIs in the country to articulate a clear, unequivocal commitment to achieve financial sustainability by using commercial capital, and established itself as an independent institution. Since then it has been achieving milestones of success and eventually has attained financial sustainability.