The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

  • When Nepal Shook

    After the devastating 2015 earthquakes in Nepal, we’re helping thousands of people rebuild their homes and livelihoods, for a chance at a brighter, more secure future.

  • Stamping out malaria for good

    The race is on to eliminate malaria in the Greater Mekong once and for all.

  • Our mission

    Our mission

    UNOPS helps people build better lives and countries achieve peace and sustainable development.

UNOPS helps the UN and its partners provide peace and security, humanitarian and development solutions.

Our mission is to help people build better lives and countries achieve peace and sustainable development. We are focused on implementation, with a commitment to UN values and private sector efficiency.

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  • $420 M
    To local suppliers

    Over $420 million worth of procurement budgets went to local suppliers in 2018.

  • 5M
    Days of paid work for beneficiaries

    In 2018, UNOPS created more than 5 million labour days of paid work for beneficiaries – most of them generated as part of infrastructure projects.

  • 2.3 M
    Number of labour days created for women
    Days of paid work for female beneficiaries

    Of the more than 5 million days of paid work created for beneficiaries in 2018, more than 2.3 million of these days were undertaken by women.


Ideas, analysis, solutions
Diseases without borders

Diseases without borders

Infectious diseases don’t respect national borders. To eradicate them, we shouldn’t either.

Featured videos

  • Stamping out malaria in the Greater Mekong

    Health workers and scientists are up against the clock to put an end to malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) once and for all. For many years, the region has been the epicentre of antimalarial drug resistance – a phenomenon that is threatening to thwart malaria control efforts globally.

  • Giving power to Sierra Leone

    For too long, community health centres across rural Sierra Leone have been forced to operate with little access to power. Now, a forward-thinking project aims to strengthen energy infrastructure in these areas, improving essential services for over 300,000 residents.

  • Building a better world

    Our vision is a world where people can live full lives supported by appropriate, sustainable and resilient infrastructure and by the efficient, transparent use of public resources in procurement and project management.