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PRECOP 27 is a high-level two-day conference aimed at preparing the Polish position for the COP27 Climate Summit in Egypt. UNOPS Acting Executive Director Jens Wandel will deliver a keynote at the event.
With improved medical facilities and state-of-the-art diagnostics equipment, UNOPS is working with the government and partners to transform hospitals across Albania.
Through unprecedented challenges, the five-year PRAVO Police Programme has helped law enforcement organizations deliver safety and security to Ukrainian communities.
The 3Zero World Forum brings people together to discuss innovative solutions that could help combat poverty and climate change. UNOPS Director of Partnerships and Liaison Group, Emilie Potvin, will moderate a roundtable discussion ‘Towards 2030: Partnerships for Climate Action' that will focus on best practices for climate action, including multilateral partnerships and equitable governance.
UNOPS is working with the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs to provide generators to hospitals in Ukraine.
UNOPS is working with the European Union and partners to procure specialist equipment for law enforcement agencies in Ukraine.
As part of the European Development Days, UNOPS Director of Implementation Practices and Standards, Nick O'Regan, will participate in a lab debate on 21 June on how quality and green infrastructure can bring new opportunities in developing countries. The event will be live-streamed.
With operational support provided by UNOPS, the Centre will step up implementation of the UN Environment Programme's (UNEP) climate change strategy and energy programme.
Innovators, entrepreneurs and startups are encouraged to submit solutions that could help cities and communities advance climate action and gender equality.
UNOPS will implement the €30 million, European Union-funded programme with Serbia's Ministry of European Integration.
As part of the PRAVO Police Programme, €600,000 worth of equipment was delivered to the National Police of Ukraine.