Government of the United States and Pakistan have reported science and technology cooperative research grants which will be granted to 14 joint groups of U.S. furthermore, Pakistani analysts.
These research grants are a piece of the U.S-Pakistan Science and Technology Cooperation Program, co-financed by the Department of State and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and executed by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences in a joint effort with the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).
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This is the seventh round of science and technology research grants between the two nations made through the program. The joint research coming about because of these grants will reinforce logical and specialized participation between the two nations, which will bolster monetary improvement in Pakistan in the fields of health, water, agribusiness, and energy segments.
This mutually financed program is intended to expand participation between Pakistani researchers and organizations and their American partners.
Congratulating the researchers, Tim Donnay, the Acting Mission Director for USAID in Pakistan, said,
This program will increase the strength and breadth of cooperation and linkages between Pakistani scientists and institutions with counterparts in the United States. Together, we will work toward strengthening academic institutions and building a more prosperous and resilient Pakistan.
Since 2005, the S&T Cooperation Program has funded 110 collaborative research projects through a transparent, merit-based, joint decision-making process.
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