Sustainable Wastewater Treatment for Hospitals / SWaTH is a 3-year project co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union, Key Action 2: Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices. The Project is carried out under the centralized activity “Capacity-building in the Field of Higher Education” / AC–A02–2019–CBHE.
The Project Consortium brings together 11 organizations from five European and South Mediterranean (Region 3) countries – France, Sweden, Finland, Spain, and Lebanon.
The motive of the Project is to bring together European Higher Education Institutions and European factories that own and supply cutting-edge developments, extensive international experience, and innovative learning practices and Higher Education Institutions from Partner countries in the Southern Mediterranean – Region 3 (particularly Lebanon) that need and demand the same practices, expertise, and developments.
SWaTH, coordinated by the University of Balamand – Lebanon, is a national project that will:
Incorporating the systematic approach, SWaTH is broken down into 5 coherent workpackages (WPs) as follows:
For the description of SWaTH in the Erasmus+ Project Results Platform please click here.
The SWaTH Project aims to support the modernization, accessibility, and internationalization of the Higher Education field in the Southern Mediterranean countries, in particular Lebanon, by:
The main objectives of the Project include:
The specific objectives of the Project are as follows:
The expected outcomes of the Project are as follows:
The innovative characters of the Project are:
Marie Jeanne Morkos Douaihy from the University of Balamand, is the winning candidate for the training entitled: Design of Prussian Blue Analogues for Photo Fenton Degradation of Organic Pollutants.
This project is supervised by Dr. Wael Hamd from the University of Balamand and Dr. Fei Ye from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. BEST OF LUCK!