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The District General Hospital of Vavuniya can do what it does best — care for the health of people — without worrying about sewage and waste water contaminating the environment.
UNOPS Executive Director is in New York for a week of meetings, including her first visit with new UN Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres. She will deliver her statement at the first regular session of the Executive Board on Tuesday.
The Central Clinical Hospital of the State Border Guard Service in Kiev is one of six hospitals to benefit from a project aimed at improving diagnostic procedures in the country
UNOPS marks another milestone towards its long-term climate goals and announces full climate neutrality for its 2015 operations.
UNOPS has a long-standing relationship with Denmark. This January we met Ms. Ulla Tørnæs, Danish Minister of Development Cooperation, to talk about future priorities.
UNOPS joined other UN agencies and international organizations in Geneva this week to formally endorse the “green” procurement of health commodities.
A new agreement with the Government of Japan signals the start of a new project that aims to develop a transport service especially for women, in parts of Pakistan.
As part of UNOPS efforts to further support sustainable procurement, the forum provided small- and medium-sized businesses, including those owned by women, with ideas and tools to encourage their success.
The new equipment will help speed up diagnostic procedures and reduce patient waiting times.
COPENHAGEN – UNOPS has been awarded gold level in the Sustainable Procurement Review by the Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS).
On an official visit, UNOPS Executive Director stresses importance of improving the lives of local populations.