The UK Space Agency’s International Partnership Programme is a £150m multi-year programme launched in 2015. It uses UK organisations' space knowledge, expertise and capability to provide a sustainable, economic or societal benefit to undeveloped nations and developing economies.
The UK Space Agency will award grants to successful organisations to run projects addressing real-world problems.
Usually several calls are launched each year, so keep an eye on the funding section of the UK Space Agency’s website for up to date information.
For IPP case studies, please visit the STARHub website.