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Inclusive infrastructure is vital for sustainable development. Here’s why.
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.
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.
Focused on Asia and the Pacific, the publications provide region-specific guidance, information and case studies showcasing socially-inclusive and gender-equitable infrastructure designs.
Grete Faremo joins UN Women’s Executive Director at a side-event on the margins of the 63rd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women.
Grete Faremo speaks at opening day of the 63rd Session on the Commission of the Status of Women in New York.
‘sustainABLE’ will provide project partners, developers and others working in the development sector with practical actions that will help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
With the adoption of Sustainable Development Goal 5 by the UN General Assembly in 2015, gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls has achieved an unprecedented place at the centre of the global Agenda 2030.
Smart solutions to impossible challenges – the first comprehensive account ever to be written about UNOPS – reveals unique stories from the organization. The book includes exclusive material on undercover and behind-the-scenes missions and projects in Syria, Yemen, Haiti and beyond.