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In collaboration with Novo Nordisk, UNOPS is helping to supply the Mykolaiv Regional Blood Transfusion Station with live-saving medical equipment.
In the aftermath of the destruction caused by the ongoing war, UNOPS and the government of Denmark are working with local partners to rebuild and revitalize entire neighbourhoods in southern Ukraine.
With the government of Japan and local partners, UNOPS is supporting people in Ukraine’s Kharkiv region, who are especially vulnerable to the ongoing conflict amid a cold winter.
In partnership with the government of Japan, UNOPS is working to boost medical services in facilities across Ukraine, improving patient treatment and supporting healthcare professionals.
The state-of-the-art support includes software and hardware to help analysis and detect cyber threats.
UNOPS ongoing partnership with the government of Denmark will further support conflict-affect communities in Mykolaiv, Ukraine.
The ‘PRO - Local Governance for People and Nature’ programme is a collaboration between UN agencies and national and local governments.
UNOPS is working with the Danish government to deliver crucial disaster relief to Ukraine, as the country grapples with the aftermath of the breach of the Nova Kakhovka Dam that triggered widespread flooding.
The restoration of Albania's National Historical Museum rekindles the spirit of its cultural heritage, showcasing the resilience of its iconic mosaic.
UNOPS, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and the Embassy of Ukraine in Denmark hosted a high-level roundtable discussion on rebuilding more sustainable and resilient energy infrastructure in Ukraine.
Opinion article by Jorge Moreira da Silva, regarding his first visit to Ukraine as UNOPS Executive Director, originally published in Euronews (Europe) – 19 June 2023.