The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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With support from the European Union (EU), UNOPS is implementing a new project to strengthen the efficiency of the country's judicial system and human rights protections.
UNOPS and the government will work together with partners to help address national development priorities and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
The agreement aims to bolster collaboration and foster sustainable development and reconstruction in neighbouring Ukraine.
With funding from the government of Japan, UNOPS will rehabilitate roads in the city of Aden, helping connect more than half a million people to public services.
The conflict in northern Ethiopia has had a devastating impact on millions of people and left communities, including those in Tigray, without access to basic services.
In collaboration with Novo Nordisk, UNOPS is helping to supply the Mykolaiv Regional Blood Transfusion Station with live-saving medical equipment.
In a significant milestone for development cooperation in the country, UNOPS has signed a Host Country Agreement with the government of Bangladesh.
Following a decision of the UNOPS Executive Board to phase-out activities related to the former Sustainable Investments in Infrastructure and Innovation (S3i) initiative, UNOPS can now confirm that the former S3i office in Helsinki will be formally closed as of 31 December 2023.
In the aftermath of the destruction caused by the ongoing war, UNOPS and the government of Denmark are working with local partners to rebuild and revitalize entire neighbourhoods in southern Ukraine.
Rehabilitated infrastructure provides improved access to essential water services and supplies for more than 1,000 households.
UNOPS will expand and strengthen Kidane Mihret Catholic General Hospital, using €6 million in funding from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation.