Peaceful Uses Initiative
Resources and other relevant information on the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI).
What is the IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative?
The IAEA Peaceful Uses Initiative (PUI) was initially launced in 2010 and has, since then, become an important vehicle for raising extra-budgetary contributions in support of Agency activities in the peaceful uses of nuclear technology. Read more →
To date, financial contributions have been received from the following Member States and Organization:
- Member States: Australia, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Kazakhstan, State of Kuwait, Republic of Korea, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and United States of America.
- Organization: European Commission
IAEA Departments working with PUI
The PUI encompasses every major aspect of the IAEA's work on peacful applications of nuclear technology, and works with its relevant department to identify, plan and carry out projects.
Thematic Project Proposals for PUI Funding
Project proposals developed for PUI funding are grouped by their thematic areas of Agency activities. Additionally, unfunded Technical Cooperation (TC) footnote/a projects are available for PUI funding. Click here for guidelines on how to access information on TC projects.
Those considering providing extra-budgetary contributions to these projects through the PUI are kindly encouraged to consult the Secretariat. Please note that these packages are not meant to be exhaustive and will be updated periodically.
PUI Projects in Focus
New Project Proposals
- Enhancing Capacity of National Monitoring Teams for Diagnosis of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) Under High Bio-Safety Conditions, 24 November 2014
- Building and Improvement of Animal Disease Diagnostic Capacities of Veterinary Laboratories in Asia by Transfer of Nuclear and Nuclear Related Techniques, 28 April 2014
- Global Networking for Improved Radiological and Nuclear Emergency Response in Food and Agriculture
- Enhancing Agency’s Capacity to Provide Support to Member States to Control Aedes Mosquitoes as Vectors of Human Pathogens, Particularly Zika Virus, Using Integrated Vector Management Approaches with a Sterile Insect Technique Component