The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

  • COVID-19: UNOPS updates from around the world

    We’re supporting governments and partners on a range of response efforts

  • Roads to access, security, opportunity

    With over 100 km of rural roads we're helping improve gender equality and better connect remote communities with essential services.

  • A fresh start for peace

    We’re supporting people in the Central African Republic to create a more peaceful future together.

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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Sustainability

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  • $560M
    To local suppliers
    PROCUREMENT BUDGETS

    Around $560 million worth of procurement budgets went to local suppliers in 2019.

  • 5M
    Days of paid work for beneficiaries
    DAYS OF PAID WORK CREATED FOR BENEFICIARIES

    In 2019, UNOPS created around 5 million days of paid work for beneficiaries – most of them generated as part of infrastructure projects.

  • 2M
    Days of paid work for women and young people
    DAYS OF PAID WORK FOR WOMEN AND YOUNG PEOPLE

    Of the 5 million days of paid work created for beneficiaries in 2019, almost 2 million of these days were undertaken by women and young people.


Insights

Ideas, analysis, solutions

Building safety

Health and safety on construction sites should be the norm, not the exception.


Featured videos

  • Bringing medical help to rural communities

    In the Upper East Region of Ghana, a three-wheeled vehicle makes its way down a bumpy rural road, raising a cloud of red dust behind it. It’s one of 80 ambulances that helps bring medical assistance to communities in some of the most remote parts of the region.

  • UNOPS: Building the Future

    Every day, when faced with the unexpected, people in all corners of the world adapt, persevere and show incredible strength. Imagine if the infrastructure that supports them was just as resilient

  • Connecting communities in The Gambia

    Accessing essential services, such as hospitals, schools and markets, is a major challenge for communities living in rural The Gambia.