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Inclusive infrastructure is vital for sustainable development. Here’s why.
In the lead-up to the G20 Summit in Osaka, Japan, UNOPS has been advising the G20 Development Working Group on quality infrastructure – one of several focus areas of the 2019 forum.
A new UNOPS report highlights the critical role of infrastructure in helping landlocked developing countries combat development challenges, and offers potential solutions to ensure countries reap long-term benefits from improved infrastructure.
To ensure inclusive and equitable education as well as decent work for all, we must remove the barriers that keep women and girls – half the world’s population – from accessing opportunities.
Aligned to the Global Reporting Initiative framework, the report looks back at our work and key achievements around the world in 2018.
UNOPS has published its fourth annual sustainability report. Aligned to the Global Reporting Initiative framework, the report looks back at the organization’s work and key achievements in 2018, with sustainability in focus.
UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo and other UNOPS senior leaders joined European Development Days this week in a series of debates on building a world that leaves no one behind.
Fair public management – of projects, procurement processes and infrastructure works – is vital for achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
In line with our commitment to women’s empowerment, UNOPS is encouraging more women to work in the construction industry as part of a road infrastructure project in The Gambia.
The government of Palau and UNOPS have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that aims to improve the quality, availability and access to primary healthcare services through resilient infrastructure.
With 1.4 million euros from the government of Norway, UNOPS will support the government of Montenegro in efforts to encourage development and reduce regional disparity across the country.