The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
We're dedicated to supporting our partners by providing services that increase the effectiveness of peace and security, humanitarian and development projects worldwide.
To advance the 2030 Agenda – including supporting climate actions and promoting equal opportunities – UNOPS aims to engage in collaborative partnerships with a focus on sharing our expertise in infrastructure, procurement, project management, human resources and financial services.
We work with a variety of partners, from the UN family to governments, non-governmental organizations, academia and the private sector.
Our partners call on us to supplement their own capacities, improve efficiency and transparency, reduce risks, boost cost-effectiveness and ensure quality.
Global liaison offices
UNOPS Bangkok Liaison Office facilitates partnership development with key partners, including the Asian Development Bank, Asian Infrastructure Development Bank, Green Climate Fund, the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the South Korean government.
UNOPS Brussels Liaison Office supports and strengthens partnerships between UNOPS and the European Union (EU) and its Member States, managing relationships with a wide variety of EU institutions, select development banks and other agencies.
From Copenhagen, UNOPS Nordic Liaison Office establishes and develops strategic relationships with key Nordic partners, including governments, regional organizations and the private sector.
UNOPS Nairobi Liaison Office focuses on strengthening and further developing UNOPS global partnerships with the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and UN-Habitat.
UNOPS Tokyo Liaison Office ensures effective partner relations by coordinating services and supporting joint project opportunities between UNOPS and its partners in Japan. The office supports a broad range of Japan-funded projects around the world.
- Washington, D.C
UNOPS supports sustainable development operations in developing countries and manages portfolios financed by our Washington, DC-based partners, including the World Bank, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and other branches of the United States government.