The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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New Centre for Humanitarian Data to drive more effective responses to the needs of affected populations.
Global law firm DLA Piper has renewed a successful seven-year partnership with UNOPS. The new agreement will reflect the Sustainable Development Goals.
With funding from Japan, a project is addressing an urgent need to replace the State Emergency Service of Ukraine’s obsolete demining equipment.
UNOPS, Catholic Relief Services and the Royal Government of Cambodia are hosting a regional conference on the important role resilient infrastructure plays in Southeast Asia.
In Somalia’s Puntland region, Bossaso’s local market provides a source of income for local traders. For women, however, the market is especially important.
UNOPS will help improve access to markets and socio-economic facilities for some of the most vulnerable populations in the Gambia.
The forum provided traditionally disadvantaged businesses with ideas and tools to encourage their success.
The World Bank and UNOPS signed an agreement today for a US$150 million project to restore basic services in some of Yemen’s cities hardest hit by the ongoing conflict.
The World Identity Network (WIN), UNOPS and the United Nations Office of Information and Communications Technology (UN-OICT) are partnering to launch a pilot initiative that will use blockchain technology to help combat child trafficking.
UNOPS launches its new ‘Possibilities Portal,’ bringing innovation to the fore to help empower small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world.
Operating in one of the most severe and complex crises in the world, the Iraq IDP Information Centre (Iraq IIC) recently handled its 100,000th call, marking a milestone in humanitarian efforts.