The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

  • Building resilience

    We believe in sustainable infrastructure that can adapt to an uncertain future.

  • Healthcare for all

    Sustainable, inclusive and resilient health systems are critical to addressing global health challenges.

  • Advancing climate action. Building resilience.

    The decisions we make today will impact generations to come. It’s critical we get it right.

UNOPS provides infrastructure, procurement and project management services to help build the future.

To support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, we respond to our partners’ needs and help increase the effectiveness of peace and security, humanitarian and development projects around the world.

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  • $600M
    to local suppliers

    One of the most reliable ways we help develop local economies is through our expertise in procurement. We encourage local procurement across all of our projects and track these results.

  • 3M
    Days of paid work for beneficiaries

    Our commitment to sustainability is underlined by the jobs we create in the communities where we work. Of the 3.4 million days of paid work created for beneficiaries – nearly 850,000 of these days were undertaken by women.

  • 38,000
    days of technical work

    A core contribution to social sustainability and developing national capacity is through passing our skills and experience to the people we work with on our projects.


Ideas, analysis, solutions
Increasing access to safe water for urban areas in Africa

Increasing access to safe water for urban areas in Africa

How can we ensure an adequate supply of water for city dwellers?

Featured videos

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  • Better prospects for Niger’s farmers

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