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The Central Clinical Hospital of the State Border Guard Service in Kiev is one of six hospitals to benefit from a project aimed at improving diagnostic procedures in the country
The new equipment will help speed up diagnostic procedures and reduce patient waiting times.
Ukraine host country agreement signed on 22 November will enable UNOPS to open an office in the country and streamline its ongoing operations.
To mark World Habitat Day, we’re highlighting how UNOPS helps support human settlements, and build better lives for people and communities.
Trillions of dollars will be needed annually to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals. World leaders meet in Brussels to shape financing global development needs.
The Prime Minister of Kosovo, Isa Mustafa, and UNOPS chief Grete Faremo, met in Kosovo this week.
UNOPS chief Grete Faremo discusses infrastructure and humanitarian needs with President Petro Poroshenko
Living with a disability is a reality for people like Dragana Petrović. This often makes it difficult to do the things that many of us may take for granted, like accessing facilities and services.
UNOPS is providing 170 Roma families, who were living in informal settlements, with support to find new homes.
UNOPS has completed its fifth annual inventory of greenhouse gas emissions, reporting a reduction in emissions from the previous year.
UNOPS helps partners to design, construct, rehabilitate and maintain infrastructure in very challenging environments. Whether building a road or designing a bridge, our highly skilled engineers are central to the success of UNOPS infrastructure projects.