United Nations Office for Project Services
The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS) is an operational arm of the United Nations, supporting the successful implementation of its partners' peacebuilding, humanitarian and development projects around the world.
The organization manages the construction of infrastructure projects that promote sustainable development for people in need and is a central procurement resource in the UN, working towards including sustainability considerations in all its procurement.
UNOPS builds the infrastructure needed for development, such as schools, hospitals and roads in post-disaster and conflict-affected areas, as well as in economies in transition. The organization provides expert procurement support to help governments buy the goods and services they need. It also manage projects and programmes, while simultaneously enhancing the capacity of developing countries to manage their own initiatives.
UNOPS Presence in Sudan
UNOPS has worked in Sudan since 2005, supporting the Government and international partners with humanitarian, recovery and sustainable development services. UNOPS plays a leading role in the United Nations' support to infrastructure development in Sudan, helping partners achieve their project goals in water resource development, urban water supply, road and bridge construction and rehabilitation, capacity development, human resource management and procurement.
UNOPS supports the Government and international partners in humanitarian, recovery and development initiatives. UNOPS projects include:
* Emergency Intervention for Water Security in Vulnerable Communities in Darfur, to improve access to water for the targeted vulnerable communities in peri-urban areas of El Geneina, West Darfur, and El Daein, East Darfur.
* Emergency Rehabilitation of Flood Affected Basic Service Facilities in El Fasher to rehabilitate damaged schools and health facilities.