United Nations Office of Project Services (UNOPS) will be investing $2.5 million into projects in Antigua and Barbuda. The announcement was made after Prime Minister Gaston Browne and Executive Director for UNOPS, Grete Faremo, held bilateral meetings on the margins of the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly last week. This cash injection, according to a press release, is by virtue of an agreement between UNOPS and BAUpanel to construct 2,500 homes in Antigua and Barbuda, Faremo announced. “This venture will also include the construction of a factory on the island and employ approximately 200 Antiguans,” the release […]

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