The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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Better police training facilities aim to improve gender equality and attract more women into law enforcement in Pakistan.
Sustainable, inclusive and resilient health systems are critical to addressing the global health challenges the world faces today, tomorrow and for years to come.
In 2021, a deadly second wave of COVID-19 hit India hard, throwing medical facilities into turmoil as they struggled to meet the unprecedented spike in new cases.
The challenges of today require an innovative approach to solving problems – to ensure a better future for all.
An airport infrastructure project in El Salvador is not only improving livelihoods – but also providing the chance to learn how to read.
Solar energy is helping power a more promising start for school children in Pakistan.
The decisions we make today will impact generations to come. It’s critical we get it right.
A road is more than just a way for getting from one place to another – for some communities in South Sudan, it's a lifeline to markets, food and basic services.
Every child deserves an education – but decades of conflict has made this almost impossible in parts of Afghanistan.
Faced with widespread medicine shortages, UNOPS is procuring billions of dollars worth of medicines and medical supplies for the people of Mexico.
In March 2019, Cyclone Idai hit south-east Africa, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall. When it was all over, a trail of destruction and devastation was left in its wake.