Eastern Europe

Bug and Neman

The project aims to advance transboundary water governance through the conjunctive management of surface and groundwater in the Central European adjoining Bug and the Neman river basins as a means to improve water security and sustainability of freshwater ecosystem services, balance competing water uses, and mitigate the expected impacts of climate variability and change.

The project has the following components:

Drin

The Drin project aims to advance transboundary water governance through the conjunctive management of surface and groundwater in the Central European Drin river basin. This will be done through the implementation of a program of on‐the ground pilot demonstrations. UNESCO-IHP is executing a pilot project aimed at designing and testing a modern multi-parameter groundwater monitoring network and related data sharing protocols in the Buna/Bojana Delta transboundary alluvial aquifer (Albania and Montenegro).

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