Corporate report: International Partnership Programme: Space for Policy in Developing countries

Uk Space Agency

August 14
15:08 2020

International Partnership Programme: Space for Policy in Developing countries

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This report is produced as part of the International Partnership Programme (IPP), a 30 million per year space for sustainable development programme run by the UK Space Agency.

This study aims to evidence the use of satellite derived technologies as a tool to support Government policy across five areas in developing countries: agriculture, climate change and the environment, disaster resilience, forestry, and urban and transport. The evidence is intended to showcase the value of satellite technologies, and to support the increased exploitation of space across policy making in developing countries.

The UK Space Agencys International Partnership Programme provides active support for the exploitation of space solutions in developing countries.

Published 14 August 2020

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