This project
is financed
by the


Implementing partner:

University of Sassari



SWIM programme

Sustainable Water Integrated Management (SWIM) is a Regional Technical Assistance Programme launched by the European Commission to contribute to the extensive dissemination and effective implementation of sustainable water management policies and practices in the Southern Mediterranean Region.

SWIM consists of two major Components, which are inter-related and complement each other:

  • Support Mechanism
  • Demonstration Projects

SWIM Partner Countries are: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, the occupied Palestinian territory, Syria and Tunisia.

SWIM is operationally linked to the objectives of the Mediterranean Component of the EU Water Initiative (MED EUWI) in assisting South Mediterranean countries to meet water-related Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Johannesburg (WSSD) Targets.

It builds on the four major themes of the draft Strategy for Water in the Mediterranean, elaborated in the framework of the Union for the Mediterranean, namely water governance, water and climate change, water financing and water demand management and efficiency including non-conventional water resources.

Link to SWIM program:



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