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Peru is a Newton Fund partner country. It is known as 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. 

Peru has been one of the most prominent economic performers in Latin America in the last 25 years. The country is characterised by a remarkable cultural heritage and rich ethnic diversity. It’s complex and diverse geography holds wealth in natural resources and several spatial development challenges. Peru’s geography, natural endowments, and diverse population have shaped its unbalanced economic development. (World Bank, 2020)

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Priorities for Peru

These are mutually identified priorities between the UK and Peru. Priorities may not cover everything we currently fund and may evolve over time to ensure they continue to meet our shared objectives.
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Capacity building and partnerships
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Climate change and environment
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Health and life sciences
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Innovation
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Sustainable agriculture and food security
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Sustainable cities and infrastructure

Local partners

Each Newton Fund partnership is unique. UK and international partners work together to devise and deliver Newton Fund programmes.

OPPORTUNITIES

Funding opportunities

Information about our schemes, funding guidance, what's on offer and our partner matching service.

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Contact the Peru team

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

Claudia Celis

Newton Fund Manager

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Peru has been one of the most prominent economic performers in Latin America in the last 25 years. The country is characterised by a remarkable cultural heritage and rich ethnic diversity. It’s complex and diverse geography holds wealth in natural resources and several spatial development challenges. Peru’s geography, natural endowments, and diverse population have shaped its unbalanced economic development. (World Bank, 2020)
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OPPORTUNITIES

Funding opportunities

Information about our schemes, funding guidance, what's on offer and our partner matching service.

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