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Western Balkan governments are racing to slow the spread of COVID-19. Along with the European Union, we’re supporting their efforts.
Across Yemen, restoring access to critical services – such as electricity – is desperately needed to improve health services and basic living conditions.
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.
COVID-19 has shown the importance of public procurement. Here's why transparency in public procurement is vital – and how to encourage it.
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.
A new agreement signed by UNOPS, the government of Mexico and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) will improve transparency and value for money.
UNOPS will help Islamic Development Bank member countries scale up their health capacity to fight COVID-19.
New UNOPS-supported research published by The Economist Intelligence Unit (The EIU) examines the implications of COVID-19 and the opportunity it presents to rethink approaches to public procurement.
Research by The Economist Intelligence Unit, supported by UNOPS, explores how the COVID-19 crisis presents a unique opportunity for governments to ensure public procurement is more inclusive, sustainable and transparent in the future.
The Sustainability Report 2019 gives a flavour of the breadth of our support to partners around the world – helping advance sustainable and inclusive development
Since 2006, Gaza has suffered from chronic electricity shortages. This further exacerbates already difficult living conditions for the majority of its nearly two million residents, who live on just a few hours of electricity every day.