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Uganda's Ministry of Health received a mobile laboratory as part of the European Union-Intergovernmental Authority on Development (EU-IGAD) COVID-19 Response programme.
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.
The road between Galkacyo and Garowe in Puntland State is a crucial link in Somalia's transport network, facilitating the movement of goods, services and people.
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 will procure much-needed medicines and medical supplies for the Honduran Social Security Institute (IHSS) throughout 2022, thanks to a new $59 million agreement.
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.
We're working with the government of Japan to re-equip health facilities in Yobe State destroyed by insurgents.
A new report published by UNOPS on behalf of the UN system details how 31 UN organizations spent $29.6 billion on goods and services last year.