The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

Copenhagen Liaison Office

Contact details

UNOPS Copenhagen Liaison Office

Marmorvej 51, PO Box 2695

2100 Copenhagen

Denmark

Email: partnerships@unops.org

From Copenhagen, UNOPS establishes and develops strategic relationships with key partners including the governments of Canada, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Norway and Sweden, and the United Kingdom, as well as the private sector.

By working closely with UNOPS Executive Office, regional teams and leaders within our core areas of expertise, the Copenhagen Liaison Office provides tailored support for the development of strong and effective relationships with partners to help countries achieve their Sustainable Development Goal priorities.

Key information

  • Impact

    Through its work, the Copenhagen Liaison Office has supported UNOPS project teams to:

    • Help developing countries adopt more transparent procurement processes through the Finnish funded programme Public Sector Investment Facility.
    • Facilitate the strengthening of Myanmar’s national healthcare system with a $43 million contribution from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency to the UNOPS-managed Access to Health Fund.

  • 32
    active projects
    Active projects

    There are 32 active projects, in 24 different countries, funded by Sweden, Norway, Finland and Denmark.

  • Key partners

    • Government of Denmark
    • Government of Italy
    • Government of Finland
    • Government of Norway
    • Government of Sweden
    • Italian Agency for Development Cooperation
    • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency


Employment helps to ensure people are able to take care of themselves, their family, and the whole community in which they live. We have good partners – UNOPS and the government of Montenegro – for the implementation of the project, and I believe that the support will be given to the ones who need it the most.

H. E. Arne Sannes Bjørnstad - Ambassador of Norway to Serbia, North Macedonia and Montenegro

Sweden contributes $43 million to UNOPS-managed Access to Health Fund in Myanmar

Although healthcare has improved in Myanmar in recent years, the most vulnerable people still lack basic maternity and child healthcare, as well as healthcare for tuberculosis, HIV and malaria.

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