Which PEER program is right for you?
PEER Science provides support for researchers in 87 eligible countries worldwide on a wide range of development-related topics, including food security, climate change, water, biodiversity, disaster mitigation, and renewable energy, to name just a few. Applicants to PEER Science must be working in collaboration with a U.S. partner who holds an active award from the National Science Foundation (NSF). View more information about PEER Science.
PEER Health provides support for researchers in 33 eligible countries on implementation science projects in support of country-specific health priorities. The 2012 program cycle focuses on Child Survival (with applications accepted from all eligible countries), and special funds are also available to support projects in Indonesia on priority health topics. Applicants to PEER Health must be collaborating with a partner supported by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). View more information about PEER Health.