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UNOPS: Tools & support for governments on long-term infrastructure planning

Mar 20, 2016

ITRC has been working with UNOPS, an operational arm of the United Nations, to develop pioneering modelling tools, support and guidance to governments to enable robust future planning on national infrastructure. The tools include assistance for long-term planning, focused for development projects and designed to allow governments to efficiently use existing assets, prioritise new projects, and use financial resources to deliver maximum socio-economic benefits to local communities.

See our short film to find out how we help the United Nations rebuild fragile states for the long term:

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