The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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UNOPS in Kenya manages a growing portfolio of development activities providing project management, infrastructure, procurement, human resources and financial management services. From Nairobi, UNOPS provides a range of support to projects in 15 countries across Eastern and Southern Africa including Mozambique, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe and more.
Through partnerships with other UN agencies, governments and multilateral organizations, UNOPS is helping build a more sustainable future by supporting improved healthcare, education, climate-resilient infrastructure and recovery efforts across the region.
- UNOPS Impact in Kenya
- Managed over 500 contracts for the UN system, supporting 22 work packages for multiple partners.
- Assessed 98 health clinics across Kenya and rehabilitated 26 clinics with green technology contributing to a reduction in maternal mortality, including the provision of an oxygen supply plant through a public-private partnership.
- Equipped a vocational training centre in Mombasa county with a range of equipment – from fashion and design supplies to automotive and electrical equipment – helping provide the necessary skill sets to increase economic development in rural and urban areas.
- 364Maternal mortality ratioMaternal mortality ratio (modeled estimate, per 100,000 live births)
Maternal mortality ratio is the number of women who die from pregnancy-related causes while pregnant or within 42 days of pregnancy termination per 100,000 live births. The data are estimated with a regression model using information on the proportion of maternal deaths among non-AIDS deaths in women ages 15-49, fertility, birth attendants, and GDP.
Source: data.worldbank.org (2014)4,8%Current health expenditureCurrent health expenditure (% of GDP)
Level of current health expenditure expressed as a percentage of GDP. Estimates of current health expenditures include healthcare goods and services consumed during each year. This indicator does not include capital health expenditures such as buildings, machinery, IT and stocks of vaccines for emergency or outbreaks.
Source: data.worldbank.org (2017)