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New quality infrastructure in Kosovo is helping to connect people throughout the Western Balkans – fostering economic development, and supporting regional cooperation, peace and stability.
How UNOPS made destroying Syria’s high-grade chemical weapons, in record time, a reality.
Thousands of Rohingya refugees continue to need life-saving assistance. Here’s how organizations are working together in Bangladesh to provide it.
Around the world, refugees leave their homes, fleeing conflict or persecution – seeking shelter, safety and security. Kamal Hossen is one of them.
To ensure inclusive and equitable education as well as decent work for all, we must remove the barriers that keep women and girls – half the world’s population – from accessing opportunities.
Over four years ago two major earthquakes devastated many lives in Nepal. Along with partners we’re helping thousands of women and men rebuild their homes and livelihoods, for a chance at a brighter and more secure future.
In 2015, following two massive earthquakes, the people of Nepal found themselves standing amid their crumbling houses. More than four years on, we are working with partners on a range of initiatives that are helping these communities rebuild their homes to be stronger and more resilient – so that they can look forward to a more secure future.
Cambodia’s northeast is home to many different ethnic groups and cultures. Its resource-rich and sparsely populated forests also attract many migrants from other parts of the country looking for means of livelihood.
Health workers and scientists are up against the clock to put an end to malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) once and for all. For many years, the region has been the epicentre of antimalarial drug resistance – a phenomenon that is threatening to thwart malaria control efforts globally.
The government of Laos has pledged to eliminate malaria by 2030, and the country seems to be on track. Since 2010, the disease has decreased by more than half. Volunteer malaria workers located in remote and difficult to access villages play an important role in the small landlocked country’s fight against malaria.
Sugarloaf Mountain, located on the outskirts of Sierra Leone’s capital of Freetown, collapsed after days of torrential rain. The survivors of the disaster continue to rebuild.
Some 200 kilometres south-east of Yangon, a new healthcare centre is serving the township of Thaton in Mon state, Myanmar – home to around 275,000 residents. The Pawdaw Mu health centre is just one of 21 centres built with funding from mobile telecommunications operator, Ooredoo, to address dire health needs across the country.