This article aims to understand the typologies of stakeholders, their role in the water resources management system in the R’Dom Sub-basin(Morocco), and to identify the current and desired interactions among stakeholders. For this purpose, The MACTOR participatory approach was adopted to involve all key water stakeholders and to analyze their interactions. The action system was characterized by the analysis of related issues and relevant actors on the ground. Thus, ten actors and twelve objectives were identified and assessed in this study. The analysis of stakeholder games allowed to identify the typologies of stakeholders according to their strategic objectives and to evaluate their power, influence and dependence, as well as their convergence in a global water management system. The results show a significant level of convergence among stakeholders despite the existence of certain stakeholders who may be considered autonomous given their low involvement in integrated water management. Furthermore, there was a limited involvement of stakeholders in certain strategic objectives such as capacity building, technical means, and awareness-raising actions. The paper shows the need to generate greater collaborative efforts among water stakeholders involved in the implementation of integrated water resources management in the R'Dom sub-basin.