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Peru

How the Newton Fund works

 

The Fund is being delivered by 15 UK delivery partners in collaboration with funders in 18 partnering countries. Delivery partners develop and run calls, and allocate and manage the money they receive as part of the Newton Fund. All opportunities for organisations, institutions and individuals interested in applying are listed on our funding page.

 

The Newton Fund in Peru is called the Newton-Paulet Fund to celebrate the Peruvian scientist and inventor Pedro Paulet who is credited with building the first liquid-fuel rocket engine in 1895.

 
 

Priorities for Peru

 

The Newton-Paulet Fund has identified a number of priority areas:

  • Health especially infant mortality and anaemia
  • Water security, including but not limited to the effects of tropical glaciers melting
  • Biodiversity
  • Technology transfer and research commercialisation. 
 

About local funding partners

 

The main Peruvian funding partner is:

  • CONCYTEC (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación Tecnológica) National Council of Science, Technology and Technological Innovation
 

Further support and guidance

For further information on current Newton-Paulet Fund opportunities see the funding page.

 
 

About the Newton-Paulet team in Peru

If you are interested in learning more about Newton-Paulet please get in touch with our local team.

 

Claudia Celis, Newton Fund Manager     Claudia.Celis2@fco.gov.uk

Maria Jose Pinto, Newton Fund Coordinator     Mariajose.Pinto@fco.gov.uk