The Project on Integrated Maritime Policy in the Mediterranean (IMP-MED) is an ENPI South-funded project which seeks to provide opportunities to nine southern Neighbourhood States in the Mediterranean to engage in and to obtain assistance for developing integrated approaches to maritime affairs. The nine Partner Countries are: Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria and Tunisia.

The project is being undertaken by an international consortium, led by WS Atkins, and involves a series of events and technical assistance activities at the regional, subregional and national levels covering all maritime sectors – shipping and ports, marine environment, fisheries, coastal zone management, maritime security, marine research, tourism, underwater cultural heritage, etc.

The project is managed by the European Commission EuropeAid Cooperation Office, in cooperation with Directorate General of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries (DG MARE).