UK Space Agency International Partnership Programme: Three Year Review

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The International Partnership Programme (IPP) is a five year, £30 million per year programme run by the UK Space Agency (UKSA). IPP focuses strongly on using the UK space sector’s research and innovation strengths to deliver sustainable economic or societal benefits to emerging and developing economies around the world.

It is part of and funded from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy’s Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF). This is a £1.5 billion fund announced by the UK government to support cutting-edge research and innovation on global issues affecting developing countries.

IPP has now completed three years of implementation. During this time, it has funded 33 projects in 44 countries and built new partnerships between over 120 space-sector organisations and 147 organisations in developing countries.

The purpose of this report is to provide a snapshot of the results achieved between 2016 and now, in terms of both the outputs of individual projects and the emerging outcomes and impacts that projects are having with respect to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals
(UN SDGs).

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