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Better access to clean drinking water is helping to improve health in rural Cameroon.
Women play a key role in producing food, generating income, and fuelling local and global economies in rural areas.
Niger is dependent on its road network to connect communities and to support economic activity. But poor road conditions make travel difficult, slow and dangerous.
Improved water infrastructure is helping prevent communicable diseases from spreading at healthcare centres in southwestern Ethiopia.
Water is at the centre of sustainable development. It drives economic growth, supports healthy ecosystems, and is essential and fundamental for life.
In the race towards the 2030 Agenda, UNOPS works closely with partners to help Least Developed Countries prosper and achieve sustainable development.
New livelihood opportunities are helping lift Guinea’s youth out of poverty and seek a brighter future.
UNOPS-implemented projects funded by the government of Japan are increasing access to healthcare for some of the world's most vulnerable.
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic made 2020 an especially difficult year for many people in South Sudan – one that they're still trying to recover from even today.
Across east Africa, the pandemic has strained healthcare systems and brought businesses to a grinding halt. A coordinated approach is supporting the recovery.
A road is more than just a way for getting from one place to another – for some communities in South Sudan, it's a lifeline to markets, food and basic services.