On September 15th 2017, Statistical Office of Montenegro organized a conference regarding closure of IPA 2013 National and IPA 2014 multi-beneficiary project, supported by the European Commission.
The project contributes to the development in the process of European integration.
The conference presented the results achieved by the MONSTAT Statistical Office during the period October 2015 to August 2017 in the field of macroeconomic statistics, agricultural and business statistics, social statistics and statistics of research and development.
The Statistical Office of Montenegro celebrated the European Statistics Day – 20 October in cooperation with the Center for Blood Transfusion of Montenegro in an original and useful way in many aspects: staff members and management of Statistical Office participated in blood donation.
Having in mind the official data that the donors of blood in Montenegro make 2.8 % of total population, while the percentage by the standard of World Health Organization should be over 4% of total population, the activity of blood donation has been supported by a large number of staff members of Statistical Office of Montenegro.
Statistical Office of Montenegro – MONSTAT is for the first time carrying out the ‘User Satisfaction Survey’ to define users’ satisfaction with data quality and to define their needs.
With your participation in this survey, you will have a possibility to express your opinion on the work of Statistical Office of Montenegro and in this way to assist us in development of our work on the basis of your answers.
The release "Municipal waste in Montenegro 2016" comprises selected statistical data on the quantity of generated and collected municipal waste, equipment and machinery in 2016.
The release "Amount of waste generated from industry 2016" comprises selected statistical data on the amount of waste generated and treated from industry in 2016. Waste from industry covers Sectors: B (Mining); C (Manufacturing); D (Electricity, gas and steam supply) and E (Water supply, sewerage, waste management and remediation). In 2016 sectors from industry generated 686 522 tonnes of waste.