The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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With funding from the government of Japan, UNOPS is helping Syrian hospitals provide life-saving services to people affected by conflict and COVID-19.
The European Union-Intergovernmental Authority on Development (EU-IGAD) COVID-19 Response programme has benefitted millions across 7 countries in east Africa.
UNOPS latest report paves a path towards responding to the climate crisis and building a sustainable future that leaves no one behind, offering recommendations to develop infrastructure that is equitable, accessible, affordable, empowering and does no harm.
Inclusive and rights-based climate action must be integrated into infrastructure development to support the Paris Agreement and Sustainable Development Goals, according to UNOPS latest research.
New livelihood opportunities are helping lift Guinea’s youth out of poverty and seek a brighter future.
UNOPS support for the efficient and transparent procurement of medicines and medical supplies in Mexico has won the 2022 annual sustainable procurement and supply award.
AIDEX is an opportunity for the international aid and development community to come together and improve the efficiency of aid. UNOPS Acting Executive Director Jens Wandel will deliver a keynote address on how humanitarian response can build the foundations for sustainable development.
The Paris Peace Forum highlights governance projects and initiatives that propose specific solutions to global challenges. Director of UNOPS Multi-Country Office in Ethiopia Worknesh Mekonnen will present the UNOPS-implemented EU-IGAD COVID-19 Response Programme, which will be featured at this year's event.
The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP27) is the UN's yearly conference to assess progress in dealing with climate change. At this year's event, UNOPS will co-host several events with partners on combating the impacts of climate change. UNOPS Acting Executive Director Jens Wandel will also deliver several keynote addresses.
UNOPS-implemented projects funded by the government of Japan are increasing access to healthcare for some of the world's most vulnerable.
In partnership with the government of Italy, UNOPS is working with Sudan's Ministry of Health and local health authorities in Kassala State to enhance health infrastructure.