UNOPS provides sustainable project management services in peacebuilding, humanitarian and development environments.
UNOPS manages the construction of infrastructure projects that promote sustainable development for people in need.
UNOPS is a central procurement resource in the UN, working towards including sustainability considerations in all its procurement.
UNOPS is committed to helping the people of Nepal in the aftermath of two devastating earthquakes.
Delegates from the Executive Boards of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, UNICEF, UN Women and WFP visited UNOPS projects in Za’atari and Azraq refugee camps as part of their first Joint Field Visit (JFV) to Jordan, from 24 April to 2 May 2015.
UNOPS has completed its fifth annual inventory of greenhouse gas emissions, reporting a reduction in emissions from the previous year.
10 hospitals and 16 health clinics built or rehabilitated
Over 7,000 personnel in 80 countries
UNOPS mission is to expand the capacity of the UN system and its partners to implement peacebuilding, humanitarian and development operations that matter for people in need.
Voices of UNOPS: Chakib Belhassan, UNOPS Senior Manager
Throughout 2015, we will be celebrating some of our key achievements, speaking to some of our longest-serving personnel and looking ahead to how UNOPS can continue our mission – serving people in need.
Read about Bamidele Ilebani's career with UNOPS in Africa here.
For World Humanitarian Day, UNOPS featured three of our personnel working in countries affected by natural disaster or conflict.
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