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Cambodia’s northeast is home to many different ethnic groups and cultures. Its resource-rich and sparsely populated forests also attract many migrants from other parts of the country looking for means of livelihood.
Health workers and scientists are up against the clock to put an end to malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) once and for all. For many years, the region has been the epicentre of antimalarial drug resistance – a phenomenon that is threatening to thwart malaria control efforts globally.
The government of Laos has pledged to eliminate malaria by 2030, and the country seems to be on track. Since 2010, the disease has decreased by more than half. Volunteer malaria workers located in remote and difficult to access villages play an important role in the small landlocked country’s fight against malaria.
Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review
Infectious diseases don’t respect national borders. To eradicate them, we shouldn’t either – here’s why.
With funding from the government of Japan and in cooperation with the government of Iraq, UNOPS helped improve the efficiency of demining efforts in Iraq to reduce the risk of landmines.
Vice President: “This initiative with UNOPS is a game changer in the Ghanaian housing market”
Awaaz Afghanistan, the country’s first nationwide inter-agency humanitarian call centre, offers a single point of contact for all Afghans – including returnees and those affected by conflict and natural disasters – to receive critical information about available assistance and support, as well as to register feedback and complaints about the response.
Welcoming remarks by Grete Faremo, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNOPS at the Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Opening remarks by Grete Faremo, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UNOPS at the Third World Maritime University International Women’s Conference.
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