UNOPS

Palestine (State of)

​​​​​​​A new centralized ICT system designed for the Palestinian police has already reduced the inefficiency of handling paper records and will eventually provide police with information on criminal behaviour, crime hot-spots and incident patterns. UNOPS managed the design and development of the system with funding from the Canadian Government. Photo: Ahed Izhiman

Active in the State of Palestine since 2006, UNOPS operates in Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem. We offer project management, infrastructure, procurement, human resources and advisory services, with a focus on sustainability, capacity development, national ownership, gender empowerment and transparency at all stages of project design and implementation.

 

 
Watch this video about UNOPS Palestine office working for sustainability in Palestine
 

UNOPS supports the achievement of Palestinian national objectives in adherence to the United Nations Development Assistance Framework (UNDAF) 2014-2016 by leading UNDAF Outcome 6, which focuses on urban development, natural resource management and infrastructure.

UNOPS works hand-in-hand with the Government of the State of Palestine, the donor community, UN organizations, NGOs and the private sector. We help improve the rule of law, justice and human rights by supporting Government and civil society efforts to strengthen capacities in people, systems and policies, ensuring a holistic approach to institutional capacity development. UNOPS also supports water, sanitation and energy projects and help its partners construct and rehabilitate roads and public buildings.  

 

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Projects

On behalf of partners, UNOPS procures vehicles for the State of Palestine. Photo: UNOPS

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