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UNOPS partners with mobile telecommunications operator Ooredoo to improve access to health services across the country.
For pregnant women in rural Myanmar, the long distance from hospitals can turn the joys of childbirth into a nightmare.
Five regional military hospitals in the country received anaesthetic stations, which will help improve the efficiency of health services in the country.
The Guatemala Social Security Institute (IGSS) has reported an estimated 50% savings in the purchase of medicines with support from UNOPS.
President Dr. Ernest Bai Koroma launched the Mini-Grid at Conakry Dee, Kaffu Bullom Chiefdom in Port Loko District on Friday 28 July.
UNOPS infrastructure projects don’t just improve access to services, markets and clean water – they also help to build the systems that countries need to improve people’s health and livelihoods in the long term.
Celebrating one of 17 new primary health centres in Myanmar
New medical equipment donated by the Government of Canada will help speed up diagnostic procedures and increase patient safety in Ukraine.
Afghanistan is one of three polio-endemic countries in the world. A new, first-of-its-kind centre will work towards eliminating the disease for good.
Dagon Seikkan Township sits in the eastern part of Yangon. Between the trees and along the coast, more than 165,000 people built a life in this industrial town. Young Hlaing Hlaing Htet lives here.
Better medical diagnostics for the people of Ukraine