Field Listing

Total renewable water resources

This entry provides the long-term average water availability for a country measured in cubic meters per year of precipitation, recharged ground water, and surface inflows from surrounding countries.  Total renewable water resources provides the water total available to a country but does not include water resource totals that have been reserved for upstream or downstream countries through international agreements.  Note that these values are averages and do not accurately reflect the total available in any given year.  Annual available resources can vary greatly due to short-term and long-term climatic and weather variations.

  • Afghanistan

    65.33 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Albania

    30.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Algeria

    11.667 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Andorra

    315.6 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Angola

    148.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Antigua and Barbuda

    52 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Argentina

    876.24 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Armenia

    7.769 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Australia

    492 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Austria

    77.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Azerbaijan

    34.675 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bahamas, The

    700 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bahrain

    116 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bangladesh

    1,227,032,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Barbados

    80 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Belarus

    57.9 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Belgium

    18.3 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Belize

    21.734 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Benin

    26.39 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bhutan

    78 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bolivia

    574 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina

    37.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Botswana

    12.24 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Brazil

    8.647 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Brunei

    8.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Bulgaria

    21.3 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Burkina Faso

    13.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Burma

    1,167,800,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Burundi

    12.536 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cabo Verde

    300 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cambodia

    476.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cameroon

    283.15 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Canada

    2.902 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Central African Republic

    141 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Chad

    45.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Chile

    923.06 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • China

    2,840,220,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Colombia

    2.36 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Comoros

    1.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Congo, Democratic Republic of the

    1.283 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Congo, Republic of the

    832 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cook Islands

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Costa Rica

    113 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cote d'Ivoire

    84.14 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Croatia

    105.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Cuba

    38.12 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Curacao

    NA

  • Cyprus

    780 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Czechia

    13.15 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Denmark

    6 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Djibouti

    300 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Dominica

    200 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Dominican Republic

    23.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Ecuador

    442.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Egypt

    57.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • El Salvador

    26.27 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Equatorial Guinea

    26 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Eritrea

    7.315 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Estonia

    12.806 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Eswatini

    4.51 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Ethiopia

    122 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • European Union

    2,057.76 cubic meters (2011)

  • Faroe Islands

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Fiji

    28.55 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Finland

    110 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • France

    211 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Gabon

    166 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Gambia, The

    8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Gaza Strip

    837 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

    note: data represent combined total from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

  • Georgia

    63.33 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Germany

    154 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Ghana

    56.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Greece

    68.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Grenada

    200 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Guatemala

    127.91 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Guinea

    226 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Guinea-Bissau

    31.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Guyana

    271 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Haiti

    14.022 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Holy See (Vatican City)

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Honduras

    92.164 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Hungary

    104 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Iceland

    170 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • India

    1,910,900,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Indonesia

    2,018,700,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Iran

    137.045 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Iraq

    89.86 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Ireland

    52 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Israel

    1.78 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Italy

    191.3 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Jamaica

    10.823 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Japan

    430 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Jordan

    937 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Kazakhstan

    108.41 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Kenya

    30.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Kiribati

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Korea, North

    77.15 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Korea, South

    69.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Kuwait

    20 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Kyrgyzstan

    23.618 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Laos

    333.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Latvia

    34.94 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Lebanon

    4.503 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Lesotho

    3.022 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Liberia

    232 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Libya

    700 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Liechtenstein

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Lithuania

    24.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Luxembourg

    3.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Madagascar

    337 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Malawi

    17.28 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Malaysia

    580 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Maldives

    30 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Mali

    120 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Malta

    50.5 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Marshall Islands

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Mauritania

    11.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Mauritius

    2.751 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Mexico

    461.888 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Micronesia, Federated States of

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Moldova

    12.27 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Mongolia

    34.8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Morocco

    29 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

    note:  data does not include former Western Sahara

  • Mozambique

    217.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Namibia

    39.91 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Nauru

    10 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Nepal

    210.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Netherlands

    91 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • New Zealand

    327 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Nicaragua

    164.52 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Niger

    34.05 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Nigeria

    286.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Niue

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • North Macedonia

    6.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Norway

    393 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Oman

    1.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Pakistan

    246.8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Palau

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Panama

    139.304 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Papua New Guinea

    801 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Paraguay

    387.77 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Peru

    1,879,800,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Philippines

    479 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Poland

    60.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Portugal

    77.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Puerto Rico

    7.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Qatar

    58 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Romania

    212.01 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Russia

    4,525,445,000,000 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Rwanda

    13.3 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Saint Kitts and Nevis

    24 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Saint Lucia

    300 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

    100 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Samoa

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Sao Tome and Principe

    2.18 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Saudi Arabia

    2.4 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Senegal

    38.97 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Serbia

    162.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.) (note - includes Kosovo)

  • Seychelles

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Sierra Leone

    160 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Singapore

    600 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Slovakia

    50.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Slovenia

    31.87 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Solomon Islands

    44.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Somalia

    14.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • South Africa

    51.35 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • South Sudan

    49.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Spain

    111.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Sri Lanka

    52.8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Sudan

    37.8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Suriname

    99 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Sweden

    174 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Switzerland

    53.5 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Syria

    16.802 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Taiwan

    67 cubic meters (2011)

  • Tajikistan

    21.91 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Tanzania

    96.27 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Thailand

    438.61 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Timor-Leste

    8.215 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Togo

    14.7 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Tokelau

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Tonga

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Trinidad and Tobago

    3.84 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Tunisia

    4.615 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Turkey (Turkiye)

    211.6 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Turkmenistan

    24.765 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Tuvalu

    0 cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Uganda

    60.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Ukraine

    175.28 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • United Arab Emirates

    150 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • United Kingdom

    147 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • United States

    3.069 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Uruguay

    172.2 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Uzbekistan

    48.87 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Vanuatu

    10 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Venezuela

    1.325 trillion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Vietnam

    884.12 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • West Bank

    837 million cubic meters (2017 est.)

    note: data represent combined total from the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.

  • World

    53,789.29 cubic meters (2011)

  • Yemen

    2.1 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Zambia

    104.8 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)

  • Zimbabwe

    20 billion cubic meters (2017 est.)