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New medical equipment and ambulances delivered to hospitals across the country will help to improve healthcare services for around 1.8 million people.
School children living in vulnerable communities in Costa Rica will benefit from improved access to essential services thanks to a project implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Public Education and UNICEF.
Around 5,700 families in rural Paraguay are benefiting from improved food security through family vegetable gardens.
As COVID-19 swept across Argentina, quick action to prepare for and respond to the escalating health crisis helped save lives.
UNOPS will procure much needed medicines and medical supplies for the Honduran Social Security Institute (IHSS) throughout 2022, thanks to a new $59 million agreement.
In partnership with the government of Saint Lucia, UNOPS and the University of Oxford outline key infrastructure financing opportunities to help the country achieve its sustainable development priorities.
An airport infrastructure project in El Salvador is not only improving livelihoods – but also providing the chance to learn how to read.
UNOPS is standing-by to support the response and recovery efforts following the disaster that erupted on the Caribbean island nation this month.
Faced with widespread medicine shortages, UNOPS is procuring billions of dollars worth of medicines and medical supplies for the people of Mexico.
The new Binational Bridge connecting Costa Rica and Panama will help strengthen economic and commercial development in two border towns on the Sixaola River.
UNOPS contributed to a new UN Environment Programme report that provides guidance on sustainable infrastructure.