Thousands of people have been affected by a devastating mudslide and torrential rains in the country's capital Freetown.
In Paraguay, the President of the Republic announced the next stage of a project to modernize agriculture in rural areas, with Itaipú Binational, supported by UNOPS.
President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma launched the Mini-Grid at Conakry Dee, Kaffu Bullom Chiefdom in Port Loko District on Friday 28 July.
UNOPS infrastructure projects don’t just improve access to services, markets and clean water – they also help to build the systems that countries need to improve people’s health and livelihoods in the long term.
Ethiopia is one of the countries hardest hit by the strongest El Niño event in history. The natural hazards that followed have left more than 5 million people in need of life-saving emergency assistance.
Signed on 12 July, the new agreement will help streamline UNOPS ongoing operations in the country.
Described by many in the international community as an environmental disaster, Indonesia's forest and peat fires affect the health, education and livelihoods of millions of people in the region.
Mobile telecom operator Ooredoo, Myanmar’s Ministry of Health and Sports, UNOPS, and regional government and community attended the ceremony.
Detailed report analyzes where $17.7 billion was spent on goods and services by the UN in 2016.
UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo delivered remarks to the Joint Meeting of the Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, and UNICEF, UN-Women and WFP in New York.
New medical equipment donated by the Government of Canada will help speed up diagnostic procedures and increase patient safety in Ukraine.
We stand with partners and friends to help #SaveOurOcean and protect our future.
On the side lines of the UN Ocean Conference in New York this week, a new agreement signed today signals the beginning of joint work on development projects in the Pacific country.
UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo delivered a speech reporting to the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive board in New York.
This week in New York, UNOPS and the Pacific island country of Nauru pledged to start working together on development projects.
On the side lines of the UN Ocean Conference in New York this week, a new agreement signed today signals the beginning of joint work on development projects in the Caribbean country.
In New York this week, UNOPS Executive Director met with UN agencies, the private sector and advocacy groups to discuss common ways forward in support of coastal communities and ocean sustainability.
UNOPS Deputy Executive Director delivered a statement on behalf of UNOPS Executive Director, Grete Faremo, to Executive Board Members in New York today.
At the two-day event in Jordan, Grete Faremo discussed the importance of infrastructure that responds to the immediate needs of people and societies.
At an official ceremony this month, the Government of Japan displayed its continued support to the people and Government of Jordan with the award of a new grant, through the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).