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The Ministry of Energy’s Rural Renewable Energy Project, funded by UK Aid, will benefit up to 360,000* people in Sierra Leone by using solar energy to tackle energy poverty in rural communities across the country.
The Executive Directors of UN Environment and UNOPS spoke about the need to expand partnership beyond operations to joint resource mobilization.
Accessing healthcare in rural Myanmar is no easy task. Now, thanks to 82 new rural health centres, it’s getting easier for people to reach the services they need.
Ukraine host country agreement signed on 22 November will enable UNOPS to open an office in the country and streamline its ongoing operations.
UNOPS receives its second gold level from the world's leading purchasing and supply association.
More than 400,000 people in the coastal district of Batticaloa will benefit from the new facility.
UNOPS handed over the laboratory to the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health on 10 November 2016.
Twenty new buildings in rural parts of the country will help improve security and access to justice for poor and marginalized people.
UNOPS played a major supervisory role throughout the project, helping the contractor get the work done on schedule and address on-site issues.
For over two decades, our infrastructure, procurement, project management and advisory services have helped the people of Peru build better lives. We helped farmers cultivate rice, children learn in safe environments and much more. Take a look at some of our work.
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