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In 2014, UNOPS partnered with the Government of the state of Jalisco, Mexico, and UN Environment, to develop and implement a series of joint programmes and projects to foster sustainable urban development and a more efficient, transparent use of public resources in Jalisco.
The third and final part of our series comes from the maternity ward of Turkana’s only referral hospital, full with brand new babies, their mothers and the people who care for them all.
In the second part of our series we introduce you to Catherine Nasike, a mother of three and a Community Health Volunteer.
Access to health is a basic right, one that is central to a life of dignity. Yet social and economic inequities exclude too many people from enjoying good health.
A new Humanitarian Hub in Panama will help provide lifesaving support to vulnerable communities in emergency situations throughout the region.
To commemorate International Youth Day, we’re taking a closer look at how safe spaces are helping ensure the dignity and safety of youth in Honduras.
Known for its beautiful sandy beaches and paradise islands, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines is a small island developing state located in the Caribbean Sea. Yet for the island’s 100,000-some residents, living on one of the most beautiful places on earth comes at a price.
This International Day for Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, we’re taking a closer look at Virila Pereira, a woman who runs a small business helping small producers in rural Paraguay.
Approximately half a million people living in the Gaza Strip were displaced following a 51-day conflict in the summer of 2014. Roughly 11,000 houses were totally destroyed and 160,000 were damaged.
Climate change does not discriminate. It costs women, men and children all over the world. It disrupts livelihoods, threatens safety and throws whole communities into chaos.
Located in the heart of the Tanga region in Tanzania, Pangani District is home to over 54,000 women, men and children who work, learn and play to the sounds of the Indian Ocean that laps away at 85 km of coastline. The water, with the coming and going of its tides, is the backbone of this community that depends on fishing, agriculture and other water-related activities to earn a living.