The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Innovation and entrepreneurship will play a critical role in helping communities and nations mitigate and respond to some of the world’s biggest challenges, including climate change.
Have an out-of-the-box idea to advance technology in the face of climate change? Join UNOPS Global Innovation Challenge today.
Faced with multiple crises, the world needs bold ideas. Sustainable solutions. And a nurturing environment that supports innovation.
UNOPS Global Innovation Programme aims to solve real world challenges by advancing innovation and private sector involvement, as well as leverage new technologies to provide practical solutions with tangible impact.
To achieve the Global Goals we must work together – building new partnerships to innovate and deliver better value for money. The ideas of today are not enough.
Global Innovation Centres
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UNOPS Global Innovation Centres bring together innovators, entrepreneurs, programmers and developers to provide creative ideas and solutions needed to advance the 2030 Agenda and achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Our Global Innovation Centres support innovation by building communities and reliable networks to draw on local expertise, knowledge and technology. We want to harness the unique opportunities that public-private partnerships can offer towards advancing sustainable development.
To inspire bold ideas, our Global Innovation Centres host challenges – in collaboration with global partners – and provide the necessary platform and support to create and implement new ideas.
- Antigua and Barbuda
Established in January 2018, the Antigua and Barbuda Science Innovation Centre aims to support national and regional innovation in the areas of climate change and clean technology.
Antigua and Barbuda Science Innovation Park
Shell Beach Road, Burma
Antigua and Barbuda
With support from the City of Kobe and the Hyogo Prefecture, UNOPS Global Innovation Centre in Kobe, Japan will provide valuable opportunities for public-private sector collaboration to address global challenges.
SMBC Bank Kobe Main Office
Naniwamachi 56, Chuo Ward
Kobe, Hyogo 650-8660
Formally established in October 2019, UNOPS Global Innovation Centre in Lund nurtures innovation and fosters partnerships to help identify the solutions and technologies needed to tackle the climate crisis and achieve long-term sustainable development.
IDEON Science Park
223 63, Lund