The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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The report calls on the global community to change the way infrastructure is planned, delivered and managed to empower women and girls and take us one step closer to realizing the 2030 Agenda.
Social, environmental and economic sustainability objectives can be achieved through less wasteful and more efficient public spending – a paper by The Economist Intelligence Unit and supported by UNOPS explores the possibilities.
UNOPS uses the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework to report to its Executive Board. Through adopting this framework, a number of new and existing results have been recognized as key indicators of sustainability. The GRI Content Index lists all GRI Standards used and disclosures reported to complement the 2019 Sustainability Report.
The Sustainability Report 2019 gives a flavour of the breadth of our support to partners around the world – helping advance sustainable and inclusive development.
We explore potential solutions to ensure that improved infrastructure will help address these countries’ unique development needs – today and in the future.
UNOPS uses the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework to report to its Executive Board. Through adopting this framework, a number of new and existing results have been recognized as key indicators of sustainability. The GRI Content Index lists all GRI Standards used and disclosures reported to complement the 2018 Sustainability Report.
Aligned to the Global Reporting Initiative framework, the report looks back at our work and key achievements around the world in 2018.
The Annual Statistical Report on UN Procurement provides data and analysis on the goods and services procured by the United Nations system in support of its operations around the world.
A paper by The Economist Intelligence Unit – supported by UNOPS – assesses the role of infrastructure in achieving the Global Goals, using the three pillars of sustainability: the economy, the environment and wider society.
The first comprehensive account ever to be written about UNOPS reveals unique stories from the organization.
This report was produced as part of a collaborative partnership between the UNOPS and the University of Oxford-led Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC). Through a systematic evaluation process, it presents and explains the ability for infrastructure to influence all 17 of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), including almost all of their targets.