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Recognizing their important role in building sustainable economies, a new online course is helping micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) tap into UNOPS procurement opportunities.
The scholarship programme aims to increase educational and employment opportunities for students from the European Union's Eastern Partnership countries.
UNOPS has published its annual Sustainability Report for 2019 – highlighting the unique contribution the organization made towards sustainable development last year.
Through a new agreement, UNOPS and the European Investment Bank will work together to target challenges to sustainable development, including climate change, and to respond to crises, such as COVID-19.
The UNOPS-hosted Water Supply and Sanitation Collaborative Council’s (WSSCC) new 2021-2025 strategy paves the way for the organization to become the Sanitation and Hygiene Fund, to effectively support the world’s most vulnerable people.
The South Sudan Safety Net Project (SSSNP) will provide income support to nearly 430,000 people in some of South Sudan’s most vulnerable communities.
Funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), the €4 million project will promote improved working environments by strengthening occupational health and safety (OHS) management for the government and construction sector workers of Kosovo.
Innovators, entrepreneurs, programmers and developers are encouraged to help advance resilient infrastructure with technology in the face of climate change.
A partnership between UNOPS and the Mozambique Peace Secretariat and its donors will support the implementation of the Maputo Accord for Peace and Reconciliation.
UNOPS to quickly procure and safely deliver supplies of anti-influenza medicine Avigan on behalf of Japan.
In the midst of a global health pandemic, United Nations teams around the world are supporting efforts to mitigate the impact of Coronavirus disease (COVID-19). UNOPS stands ready to support efforts.
In March 2019, Cyclone Idai destroyed approximately 50,000 households and displaced over 60,000 people in the country, causing as much as $622 million worth of damage. With the World Bank and partners, UNOPS is managing key recovery efforts.