In a three-part series, we explore how Guatemalans across the country – from children living with disabilities to indigenous families living in rural areas – are benefiting from improved healthcare services, thanks to a groundbreaking project.
The sheer size of public spending, typically between 15 to 30 per cent of Gross Domestic Product, makes it a powerful force for change.
A new UNOPS-supported report published by The Economist Intelligence Unit concludes that more efficient government spending practices can free up much-needed resources to help countries achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
Rethinking infrastructure in a world designed for men
Did you know women are far more likely to be seriously injured than men in a frontal car crash?
Leading a TEDxFrederiksberg talk in Denmark this month, UNOPS Executive Director Grete Faremo tackled questions of inequality and what can be done to address the gender biases that routinely exist in the systems and infrastructure around us.