The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

Nordic Liaison Office

Contact details

UNOPS Nordic Liaison Office

Marmorvej 51, PO Box 2695

2100 Copenhagen



From Copenhagen, UNOPS Nordic Liaison Office establishes and develops strategic relationships with key Nordic partners, including the governments of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, regional organizations and the private sector.

Besides leading discussions with our Nordic partners, UNOPS Nordic Liaison Office provides tailored support to the rest of the organization for the development of strong and effective relationships with Nordic partners to help them achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.

Key information

  • Impact

    • Contributing to social cohesion and improving health outcomes for vulnerable populations in Myanmar’s hard-to-reach and conflict-affected areas on behalf of the Access to Health Fund with funding from the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency.
    • Reducing demographic pressure on environmental resources in the Democratic Republic of Congo by increasing the use of modern family planning methods under the National REDD+ Strategy through the Norway-financed, UNOPS-managed PROMIS Fund.
    • Helping developing countries adopt more transparent procurement processes through the Public Sector Investment Facility Fund financed by Finland.

  • 36
    active projects
    Active projects

    There are 36 active projects, in 32 different countries, funded by Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden.

  • Key partners

    • Government of Denmark
    • Government of Finland
    • Government of Iceland
    • Government of Norway
    • Government of Sweden

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
The damaged building of the Mykolaiv Oblast Administration, as seen in January 2023

Restoring entire communities in Mykolaiv

In the aftermath of the destruction caused by the ongoing war, UNOPS and the government of Denmark are working with local partners to rebuild and revitalize entire neighbourhoods in southern Ukraine.

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