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“We truly believe that healthy mothers and healthy children are the backbone for a prosperous Sri Lanka.”
Niger is dependent on its road network to connect communities and to support economic activity. But poor road conditions make travel difficult, slow and dangerous.
Improved water infrastructure is helping prevent communicable diseases from spreading at healthcare centres in southwestern Ethiopia.
The Fifth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (LDC5) prioritized shifting gears to ensure that LDCs are firmly in the driver’s seat on the road to prosperity.
Last year, catastrophic floods ravaged Pakistan. UN Secretary-General António Guterres called the event nothing short of a monsoon on steroids.
Water is at the centre of sustainable development. It drives economic growth, supports healthy ecosystems, and is essential and fundamental for life.
As the world comes together in Doha, Qatar for the 5th conference on Least Developed Countries, we highlight how UNOPS is supporting partners to help LDCs prosper and achieve sustainable development.
Far too many of Myanmar’s women and girls live with HIV. We’re helping them fight discrimination.
New livelihood opportunities are helping lift Guinea’s youth out of poverty and seek a brighter future.
UNOPS-implemented projects funded by the government of Japan are increasing access to healthcare for some of the world's most vulnerable.
The start of the COVID-19 pandemic made 2020 an especially difficult year for many people in South Sudan – one that they're still trying to recover from even today.