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International Partnership Programme: Space solutions for Development

A directory showcasing the range of UK’s expertise in satellite technology, and how it can help tackle problems such as illegal deforestation, disaster response and food production.


International Partnership Programme: Space solutions for Development

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A register of specialist products and services, from companies and universities, and funded by UK aid, has been organised by the UK space industry and offers ways to use cutting edge space technologies to solve some of the world’s global challenges in agriculture, health and energy.

The International Partnership Programme (IPP) is a five year, £152 million programme run by the UK Space Agency.

IPP focuses strongly on using the UK space sector’s research and innovation strengths to deliver a sustainable economic or societal benefit to emerging and developing economies around the world.

Published 18 April 2019
Last updated 4 June 2021 + show all updates
  1. Brochure update

  2. Addition of the following product pages: • Flood Risk Management Systems and Data (Ambiental Risk Analytics) • Shoreline Mapping and Change Detection (National Oceanography Centre) • Exposure and Multi-hazard Data for Disaster Risk Management (British Geological Survey) • exactTrax - Safety and Tracking Initiative for Small Vessels (OASIS-TU / MSIS-TU) (exactEarth Europe Limited) • CRUST: Climate Resilient Urban Simulation Tool • Cultural Heritage Protection Service (UNOSAT) - Removal of the following product pages: • Radiant Earth Foundation Platform

  3. First published.