The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Every project makes a difference. But some projects can create lasting impact. On average, UNOPS runs around 1,000 projects each year for our partners, across more than 80 countries.
Here, you’ll find stories from projects with some of the greatest impact and updates across a range of activities, including some of the support we provide to implement UN General Assembly and Security Council resolutions.
Building a more resilient Haiti
Helping rebuild the lives of 33,000 families whose neighbourhoods were destroyed by earthquake damage in Haiti.
Lighting up rural Sierra Leone
Providing rural electrification for up to 360,000 people living in villages across Sierra Leone.
A new future for rural Myanmar
Reaching more than three million smallholder farmers and landless people in rural Myanmar through grants and micro finance solutions.
Supporting the Gaza Reconstruction Mechanism
Working together to rebuild after conflict by helping bring millions of tonnes of building materials into Gaza.
Bringing life-saving supplies into Yemen
Monitoring the supply of millions of tonnes of food and emergency supplies for Yemen.
Lives on the line
Connecting needs to assistance for more than 300,000 people fleeing violence in Iraq.
From Mexico to Jamaica: One new road
Connecting up to one million people to waste management facilities in Jamaica.
Improving sanitation standards
Ensuring 20 million people worldwide have access to hand washing facilities.
Supporting Syrian Refugees
Supporting individuals and families who have been affected by the Syria crisis.
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Projects & Locations
From managing a school improvement project in Sudan and constructing earthquake-resistant housing in Haiti, to procuring vital medicines in Myanmar, UNOPS supports partners across the globe, often in the most challenging environments.
Fragility crosses borders. Together with partners, UNOPS works with a range of programmes across multiple countries to improve peace and security, and help protect the environment.EXPLORE