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Every child deserves an education – but decades of conflict has made this almost impossible in parts of Afghanistan.
Faced with widespread medicine shortages, UNOPS is procuring billions of dollars worth of medicines and medical supplies for the people of Mexico.
In March 2019, Cyclone Idai hit south-east Africa, bringing strong winds and heavy rainfall. When it was all over, a trail of destruction and devastation was left in its wake.
Marshall Islands. Micronesia. Palau. Papua New Guinea. Samoa. They span the Pacific Ocean and face a unique set of challenges in this pandemic.
The 2020 Sustainability Report gives a flavour of the breadth of our support to partners around the world – helping advance sustainable and inclusive development.
Greater support for farmers in Niger is helping to improve food security, boost local economies and make communities more resilient.
Better road and health infrastructure is supporting communities across Darfur
Across East Darfur, shared management of natural resources is helping mitigate conflict, promote women’s rights and improve livelihoods.
Better access to water is helping create new possibilities for people in some of the world’s most remote communities
For many years, one of Sudan’s most important exports went into decline, but a new generation of farmers are returning to gum arabic production
The UNESCO World Heritage site of Saint-Louis is fighting a problem that is all too common to coastal cities – erosion caused by rising seas.