The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

  • After the mountain moved

    More than a year and a half after the collapse of Sugarloaf Mountain, survivors continue to rebuild their lives.

  • Healthcare closer to home

    New health centres across rural Myanmar help address dire health needs.

  • Building better lives

    UNOPS is driven by a passion to fight inequalities and to provide opportunities to those most vulnerable.

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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  • $540 M
    To local suppliers

    Almost $540 million worth of procurement budgets went to local suppliers in 2017.

  • 2.1M
    Days of paid work for beneficiaries

    In 2017, UNOPS created more than 2.1 million labour days of paid work for beneficiaries – most of them generated as part of infrastructure projects.

  • 370K
    Number of labour days created for women
    Days of paid work for female beneficiaries

    Of the more than 2.1 million days of paid work created for beneficiaries in 2017, more than 370,000 of these days were undertaken by women.


Ideas, analysis, solutions

Gender parity: Working in challenging locations

Humanitarian aid and development projects often take place in difficult locations. The need for a diverse and gender-balanced workforce to implement these projects can’t be ignored.

Featured videos

  • 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.

  • Building a resilient Haiti

    We take a look at three projects, implemented by UNOPS, which are helping to build a more resilient future for Haiti, and improve access to health, education, and other public services.

  • Tackling maternal mortality in Kenya

    Access to health is a basic right, one that is central to a life of dignity. Yet social and economic inequities exclude too many people from enjoying good health. Women and girls remain a highly vulnerable group and maternal health is still one of the biggest concerns worldwide.