The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Governments in Europe and the CIS
Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA)
Government of Japan
From Austria and with offices across the region, UNOPS oversees partnerships, programmes and operations in Central Asia, Turkey, the South Caucasus and parts of the Western Balkans (Albania and Kosovo*), as well as a range of global programmes managed under the Water and Energy Cluster.
UNOPS supports national governments, international financial institutions, bilateral donors and other partners in the Europe-Central Asia Region with the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement.
Through its country offices, and its regional and global programmes, UNOPS provides a range of support to partners including sustainable infrastructure, procurement and project management services, partner personnel and transactional services, as well as grant management and technical and advisory services
- *All references to Kosovo are made in the context of UNSCR 1244.
With KOICA’s generous support and UNOPS expertise in procurement and project management, Uzbekistan will be better prepared to face future epidemics and pandemics.
- UNOPS impact across Europe and Central Asia
- Developed infrastructure solutions for enhanced crossing points in Kosovo, for the rehabilitation and revitalization of cultural sites in Albania, and in the education sector in Georgia.
- Supported UN partners by providing human resources management and support services.
- Managed multi-stakeholder initiatives on climate change and aid transparency, helping governments achieve their development goals and provided grant management support.
- $+45MCOVID-19 response projects
Procured and distributed more than $45 million worth of medical equipment and personal protective equipment for COVID-19 response projects in Albania, Georgia, Kosovo, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.
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