UNOPS is supporting the Government of Palestine to implement sustainable infrastructure works that lay the foundation for improved livelihoods.
UNOPS conducted a training day for electrical engineering students from Palestine Technical University in Khadorie at the construction site of the Tulkarem courthouse.
UNOPS held a workshop on renewable energy solutions with the engineering faculty of Birzeit University in Palestine, as the first stage of a larger initiative to improve the environmental sustainability of the campus.
Recognizing the importance of promoting sustainable development practices, UNOPS Jerusalem Operations Centre recently piloted the Sustainability Marker methodology.
UNOPS has conducted an eight week assessment of the infrastructure sector in Palestine. The study compares local infrastructure activities against 29 examples of international best practice, with the aim of identifying gaps and improving delivery.
Minister of Jerusalem Affairs, Adnan Husseini hosted a donors’ reception to present Mujtamana, a programme which focuses on strengthening resilience to improve livelihoods, particularly for youth and women, in East Jerusalem and Area C of the West Bank.