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Article de blog
Montenegrin meat producers slicing into wider market

Some 5 000 northern Montenegrin farmers still make the traditional dried beef Crnogorska Goveđa pršuta, which, along with the Montenegrin dried and smoked sheep meat Crnogorska Stelja, is poised to receive geographical indication (GI) status, an origin-based label that signals quality, authenticity and tradition. This development is the result of work...
Montenegro
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
Montenegro’s culinary riches enticing tourists

Montenegro is building on its rich cultural and food heritage and well-preserved natural beauty to become a destination for sustainable tourism. The country’s fast-growing tourism industry already accounts for nearly a quarter of Montenegro’s gross domestic product, with most of that tourism concentrated along the Adriatic coast. Keen to attract visitors...
Montenegro
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
Cooperatives key to fruit and vegetable integration in Montenegro

Today, a number actors in Montenegro’s fruit and vegetable value chains – including producers, retailers, and the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development – came together at a workshop in Podgorica, Montenegro, to discuss the benefits of agricultural cooperatives. The workshop was organised by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the...
Montenegro
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Article de blog
Montenegro looks to Austria to develop recipe for food, agriculture and tourism

Montenegro is looking to strengthen the links between agriculture, food and tourism, uniting its mesmerising coastline and spectacular mountains with its traditional foods – ranging from speciality cheeses and cured hams to bitter greens and crisp wines. As part of this agritourism push, at the end of June a Montenegrin delegation...
Montenegro
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Événement
Conclusions from the meeting of the Ministers of Agriculture and Rural Development of the countries of South East Europe (SEE) and the representatives of the national bodies in charge for animal health

Ministers of Agriculture and Food from South Eastern Europe (SEE), Heads of Delegations and representatives of the national bodies in charge of animal health, gathered on 25th of January 2017 in Podgorica at the extraordinary ad-hoc meeting organized under the joint auspices of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development...
Montenegro
2017 - SWG

Projet
ALTER – Active Local Territories for Economic development of Rural Areas

ALTER is implemented by a consortium of rural networks in Western Balkan countries and Turkey, encouraged and supported by Prepare – Partnership for Rural Europe. The goal of ALTER is to stimulate an enabling legal and financial environment for civil society, as well as to empower civil society to be effective...
Albania - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Latvia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia
2016 - Prepare – Partnership for Rural Europe

Article de revue spécialisée
Montenegro - High Nature Value Farming

The Montenegrin landscape is only partly used for intensive agriculture due to its natural conditions and the specific development of agriculture in the past. Intensive farming is practiced only in vicinity of the capital Podgorica and close to urban area of Niksic (second largest city in the country). In almost all...
Montenegro
2015

Ouvrage
Rural Women in Eastern Europe and Central Asia

The present work takes guidance from the FAO  flagship publication, “The State of Food and Agriculture (SOFA) 2010-2011: Women in agriculture – Closing the gender gap for development” (FAO, 2011a). The SOFA report argues that, “despite the diversity in the roles and status of women in agriculture, the evidence...
Armenia - Azerbaijan - Belarus - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Bulgaria - Georgia - Kazakhstan - Kyrgyzstan - Montenegro - Republic of Moldova - Russian Federation - North Macedonia - Turkey - Turkmenistan - Ukraine - Uzbekistan
2015 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)

Rapport
Statistical review

Agriculture - Food Security - Society - Environment
Hosted on CIHEAM’s website (ciheam.org), the Mediterranean Observatory aims at contributing to the exchange of ideas by providing information and analyses on agriculture, food and development within the Euro-Mediterranean area. In this regard, various statistical indicators were collected and processed in order to offer essential information for all those who,...
Albania - Algeria - Croatia - Egypt - France - Greece - Jordan - Lebanon - Libya - Malta - Montenegro - Morocco - Portugal - Spain - Syrian Arab Republic - Tunisia - Turkey
2015 - International Centre for Advanced Mediterranean Agronomic Studies (CIHEAM)

Article du bulletin d’information
Montenegro steps up competitiveness of its meat sector

“Quality” and “competitiveness” were the keywords at a conference last week in Podgorica focused on Montenegro’s meat sector. Organized by FAO, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), and Montenegro’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the event also served as the formal launch for a two-year project designed to...
Montenegro
2015

Partie d’un ouvrage
Agriculture and Agricultural Policy in Montenegro

Montenegro is a candidate country for EU membership. In October 2007, Montenegro signed the Stabilization and Association Agreement (SAA) that entered into force in January 2008 as the Interim Agreement on Trade and Trade-related Issues. The SAA entered into force in May 2010. Also in 2010, the European Commission issued...
Montenegro
2014 - FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS

Article de revue
Rural reality check in Montenegro

Agriculture dominates the rural economy. Pastures and meadows occupy 90% of the farmland and the remaining 10% is mainly devoted to horticulture, vineyards and orchards. The structure of farming is dominated by small family farms, which provide all or most of their income for over 50,000 rural households, many of...
Montenegro
2014 - EU Agriculture and Rural development

Ouvrage
Agricultural Policy and European Integration in South-eastern Europe

The South-eastern European region (SEE) has made substantial progress towards stability, economic reforms, and European integration, which is one of the overriding political and economic challenges in the region. At the Zagreb Summit in November 2000, leaders from the European Union (EU) and the SEE countries confirmed their full commitment...
Albania - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia
2014

Rapport
Empowering rural stakeholders in the Western Balkans

This report, and the events recorded in it, focus upon seven countries which are at various stages of active or potential candidature to join the European Union. Six of the countries are in the Western Balkans – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Montenegro and...
Albania - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia
2014 - European Commission

Article
The Power of Women: Female Farmers in Montenegro

Recognizing the importance of integrating women into agriculture, female farmers are working to overcome traditional family roles and misperceptions about the role of women in agriculture. Thirty-seven small holder female farmers in Montenegro have benefitted from grants from the Montenegro Institutional Development and Agricultural Strengthening (MIDAS) to improve their farms. Ljiljana K.,...
Montenegro
2013

Article
Consumption and perception of processed fruits in the Western Balkan region

The aim of the study was to gain a better understanding of the consumption and perception of processed fruits in Western Balkan countries in order to support consumer-oriented product development. In-depth interviews (n ¼ 183) were used to explore the consumption of processed fruits, the motives to consume such fruits...
Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - Slovenia - North Macedonia
2012

Rapport
High Nature Value Farming in South-Eastern Europe

Policy Opportunities and Challenges in the EU Accession
The concept of HNV farmland is a novelty for the South Eastern Europe (SEE) countries. But even in the absence of detailed studies it is clear that the generally very extensive character of agriculture in these countries suggests that there are large areas of HNV farmland in a variety of...
Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia - Turkey
2011 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Divers
High Nature Value Farming in the Western Balkans:

Current Status and Key Challenges – a Scoping Document
The Western Balkan countries are all in a process of accession to the European Union. Croatia, Macedonia and Montenegro have the status of candidate countries. Albania, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo under UNSCR 1244/99 are potential candidate countries, with the prospect of joining the EU when they meet the...
Albania - Bosnia and Herzegovina - Croatia - Montenegro - Serbia - North Macedonia
2011 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism
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