The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
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UNOPS and Sustainable Energy for All (SEforAll) have signed a new partnership to help African countries advance climate action and universal access to clean energy, in line with the Paris Agreement and the Sustainable Development Goals.
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.
UNOPS and the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS) will work to improve access to high-quality healthcare, especially for patients with disabilities.
A new report from the UN Environment Programme, UNOPS and the University of Oxford highlights the contributions of nature-based infrastructure solutions to sustainable development, climate action and biodiversity.
UNOPS is working with the government of Australia to develop practical and sustainable climate solutions that build coastal resilience for Kiribati’s future.
New infrastructure will help promote the rule of law and protect human rights in the country.
The Southeast Asia Energy Transition Partnership (ETP) marks three years of work supporting efforts to accelerate the transition to sustainable energy across southeast Asia.
UNOPS is working to help more than 14,000 students return to school
UNOPS is working with the European Union and the government of Malawi to increase access to vocational education and training opportunities in the country.
UNOPS is working with the government of Japan to help the largest informal settlement in Freetown, Sierra Leone build back better after devastating fires.
A World Bank-funded project is helping to provide a clean, reliable source of energy to hospitals across the country.