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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.
UNOPS is working with the local municipalities in Somalia to improve access to climate-resilient urban infrastructure and other services, with funding from the World Bank.
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.
A new agreement with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) will see the joint implementation of the World Bank’s $20 million project to fight marine plastic pollution.
With improved medical facilities and state-of-the-art diagnostics equipment, UNOPS is working with the government and partners to transform hospitals across Albania.
At the G20 in Bali, the UNOPS-supported Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (ETP) hosted a side-event to explore energy transition solutions in Southeast Asia.
Through unprecedented challenges, the five-year PRAVO Police Programme has helped law enforcement organizations deliver safety and security to Ukrainian communities.
Together with partners, UNOPS is supporting urban and rural communities impacted by the economic crisis in Afghanistan.
To support Jordan’s Royal Medical Services, UNOPS rehabilitated and equipped three critical health facilities with funding from the government of Japan.
UNOPS is working with the government of Japan to help the largest informal settlement in Freetown, Sierra Leone build back better after devastating fires.
Lack of access to electricity limits inclusive growth in Sierra Leone. A new project is helping address that.