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Supported by the City of Kobe and the Hyogo Prefecture in Japan, UNOPS officially opened its Global Innovation Centre (GIC) in Japan this November.
The Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership aims to help countries in the region transition from using fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy, in line with the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Deputy Secretary-General Amina J. Mohammed visited a UNOPS-implemented project site that’s helping communities rebuild their lives and livelihoods after the 2017 landslide disaster.
At current rates of progress, the Sustainable Development Goal towards sanitation and hygiene for all will not be achieved until next century. A more optimistic outlook emerged with today’s launch of the new Sanitation and Hygiene Fund.
In its latest report, UNOPS explores the role of sustainable, resilient and inclusive infrastructure in overcoming challenges and enabling development in Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
A new report highlights the growing infrastructure needs that the Small Island Developing State faces from climate change and economic growth.
The critical need to realize the human rights for women and girls is more stark than ever before. We must act smart, bold and fast.
The publication explores how infrastructure is key to supporting peacebuilding efforts and fostering inclusive, sustainable and resilient development in fragile and conflict-affected states.
As the United Nations (UN) marks its 75th anniversary, UNOPS echoes calls for global solidarity to build a more equal, inclusive and sustainable future for all.
Under-Secretary-General Faremo delivers statement to the 2020 Second Regular Session of the UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS Executive Board, held virtually.
A new agreement between the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the government of Cameroon and several United Nations organizations will help fast track the purchasing of emergency medical supplies.