The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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The United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) and UNOPS have launched a new partnership to respond to the unprecedented pace of urbanization where cities are now home to more than half of the global population.
The Guatemala Social Security Institute (IGSS) has reported an estimated 50% savings in the purchase of medicines with support from UNOPS.
With funding from the UK’s Department for International Development, UNOPS distributes 1,000 solar lanterns to Sierra Leone’s Office of National Security
Thousands of people have been affected by a devastating mudslide and torrential rains in the country's capital Freetown.
In Paraguay, the President of the Republic announced the next stage of a project to modernize agriculture in rural areas, with Itaipú Binational, supported by 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.
Signed on 12 July, the new agreement will help streamline UNOPS ongoing operations in the country.
“We can and need to do better” – Grete Faremo at UN Ocean Conference
Celebrating one of 17 new primary health centres in Myanmar
Detailed report analyzes where $17.7 billion was spent on goods and services by the UN in 2016.