Montenegro

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Montenegro is part of:
Balkans · Europe & CIS · South East Europe ·
Water Basins of Montenegro:
Sava · Struma · Vardar ·
Facts & Figures edit
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Capital Podgorica
Neighbouring Countries Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Serbia
Total Area 14,026 km2
  - Water 214 km2 (1.53%) / 153 m2/ha
  - Land 13,812 km2
Coastline km
Population 630,548 (45 inhab./km2)
HDIA 0.822 (2007)
Gini CoefficientA n/a (1995)
Nominal GDPB $4,515 million
GDP (PPP) Per CapitaB $10,600
National UN Presence FAO, UNDP, UNHCR, WHO, UNICEF, WB
Land UseC
  - Cultivated Land km2 (%)
     - Arable km2 (13.7%)
     - Permanent Crops km2 (1%)
     - Irrigated km2
  - Non cultivated km2 (85.3%)
Average Annual RainfallD mm
Renewable Water ResourcesE km3
Water WithdrawalsF 12.6 km3/yr
  - For Agricultural Use n/a
  - For Domestic Use n/a
  - For Industrial Use n/a
  - Per Capita m3
Population with safe access to
  - Improved Water Source n/a
     - Urban population n/a
     - Rural population n/a
  - Improved Sanitation n/a
     - Urban population n/a
     - Rural population n/a
References & Remarks
A UNDP Human Development Report
B CIA World Factbook and Wikipedia
C CIA World Factbook Country Profiles
D Aquastat - FAO's Information System on Water and Agriculture
E CIA World Factbook
F Earthtrends

> Articles | Projects & Case studies | Publications & Web resources | Who is who | Maps
> Sector Assessment | Sector Coordination | Donor Profile

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Contents

News

The country of Serbia and Montenegro split into the two independent countries of Serbia and Montenegro in June 2006.

Country Profile: Climate, Geography, Socio-Economic Context

Country Profile: Water Bodies and Resources

Montenegro has sufficient rainfall and relatively good protection of its water resources and sufficient ground and surface waters. Consequently Montenegro is not water-stressed.

Average consumption in Montenegro is extremely high, and that it is almost twice as high as the consumption in Western Europe (average 150 liters per capita per day).

In 2005, 99% of the population had access to improved sanitation facilities and 98.3% had access to improved sources for drinking water (MDG 3) for the same year was 98,3%. The quality of drinking water is regulatory monitored for the public water supply systems and is defined in accordance with WHO and EU standards.

Source: 2007 Speech by Minsitry of Health, Montenegro citing the National Strategy of Sustainable Development of Montenegro (Final Draft May 2006) accessed on the UNECE website ( The speech can be downloaded from the 'Resources and Links' section below )

Country Profile: Legal and Institutional Environment

Country Profile: Water Sector Coordination

See Sector coordination sub-page for detailed description

Country Profile: Trends in Water Use, Management and Sanitation

Country Profile: Challenges and Opportunities

Articles

Recently updated articles on Montenegro
  1. Montenegro/Maps ‎(997 views) . . WikiBot
  2. Montenegro/articles ‎(1,134 views) . . WikiBot
  3. Montenegro/projects ‎(1,262 views) . . WikiBot
  4. Montenegro/publications ‎(875 views) . . WikiBot
  5. Montenegro/who is who ‎(1,224 views) . . WikiBot
  6. Situation in South-Eastern Europe ‎(7,364 views) . . WikiBot
  7. Financial aspects of water supply and sanitation in transboundary waters of South-Eastern Europe ‎(3,171 views) . . Katy.norman


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Projects and Case Studies

Projects in or about Montenegro

(this is a list of the 15 most recently updated entries. To see all projects click here)

  1. World Bank, Montenegro - Tara and Lim River Basin Watershed Management ‎(2,070 views) . . WikiBot
  2. World Bank - Montenegro Tourism Development Project ‎(1,872 views) . . WikiBot
  3. Strengthening capacities in the Western Balkans countries to address environmental problems ‎(3,082 views) . . WikiBot
  4. Capacity and Community Building for Industrial Water Stewardship in the Danube/Black Sea region ‎(3,465 views) . . WikiBot


Case studies in or about Montenegro

(by popularity)

  1. Workshop on the Lake Skadar International Designation for Territorial Development ‎(15,299 views) . . WikiBot


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Publications

5 most recently updated publications on Montenegro
  1. Stuck in the Past ‎(3,515 views) . . Katy.norman
  2. Environmental Performance Review Chapter 5 Management of Water Resources in Serbia and Montenegro ‎(3,603 views) . . Katy.norman
  3. Assessment of the Management of Shared Lake Basins in Southeastern Europe ‎(3,978 views) . . WikiBot


5 most popular publications on Montenegro
  1. Assessment of the Management of Shared Lake Basins in Southeastern Europe ‎(3,978 views) . . WikiBot
  2. Environmental Performance Review Chapter 5 Management of Water Resources in Serbia and Montenegro ‎(3,603 views) . . Katy.norman
  3. Stuck in the Past ‎(3,515 views) . . Katy.norman


See the complete list of WaterWiki documented publications on Montenegro

Who is Who

People working in Montenegro
  1. Predrag.dakovic ‎(903 views)
  2. Milica.begovic ‎(3,040 views)
  3. Tamara.maskovic ‎(3,571 views)
  4. Sanja.bojanic ‎(3,775 views)


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Organizations working in Montenegro
  1. International Commission for the Protection of the Danube River ‎(4,820 views) . . Katy.norman


See the complete list of WaterWiki documented organizations in Montenegro

References

See also

External Resources

UNDP Montenegro

The European Agency for Reconstruction (EAR)

 1st meeting of the Parties to the Protocol on Water and Health, Geneva, 17-19 January 2007.pdf


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