The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Islands of the Caribbean Sea, Atlantic and Indian Oceans boast white sandy coastlines, forest-covered mountain ranges and historic ports. But, the position of Small Island Developing States also makes them uniquely vulnerable to the impacts of climate change.
For pregnant women in rural Myanmar, the long distance from hospitals can turn the joys of childbirth into a nightmare.
Access to clean water : How communities in Colombia are addressing health and sanitation through social housing.
Our team visited an UNMAS project in Gaza to get a closer look at the unearthing of a deeply buried aerial bomb and what it takes to work as a bomb disposal expert.
In April 2015, when a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, the ground beneath millions of people shook with a ferocity that changed their lives.
Described by many in the international community as an environmental disaster, Indonesia's forest and peat fires affect the health, education and livelihoods of millions of people in the region.
Take a journey with a 13-year-old Colombian girl to learn how a UNOPS-supported housing project is changing lives.
The Nilwella harbour sits along the southern coast of Sri Lanka. More than 2,000 families make their living here from fishing activities.
Agriculture offers great opportunities to drive development and raise living standards for millions of people in rural Myanmar.
Dagon Seikkan Township sits in the eastern part of Yangon. Between the trees and along the coast, more than 165,000 people built a life in this industrial town. Young Hlaing Hlaing Htet lives here.