Through research and product development, ILDC ensures that solutions to water problems are safe, durable and environmentally sound.

  • Provide access to water for all
  • Provide economic and efficient solutions that are available and accessible globally


Water plays a critical role in the fight of poverty and community development. In providing a holistic solution to tackle the water problem, ILDC takes into consideration geophysical, economical and social factor which include the following 5 parameters: availability, access, capacity, use and environment.

  • Availability

    quantity and quality of water on surface or under ground per inhabitant

  • Access

    the distance that the inhabitants have to go and the time they take to get water

  • Capacity

    how efficient the community can provide water and how to avoid hydrous diseases and infant mortality

  • Use

    the amount of water used for homes, agriculture, breeding and industries

  • Environment:

    assessment of the ecological and environmental impacts of the local water supply, estimation of the ecological durability ,the quality of drinkable waters, surface and the erosion of the ground.

The Solution: Water Supply Plan


Key To Community Development

The developing countries have severe water infrastructure deficiencies that impact the health, economy and welfare of the populations. The lack of adequate domestic and municipal water is the greatest water resource problem. The problem is further compounded by the lack of financial, infrastructure and human resources. ILDC seeks solutions that are easily replicable. Its primary objective is to first and foremost ensure potable water supply to the population while protecting the natural habitat. Its water supply plan also promotes the research and use of alternative water sources and the generation of electric power.

Development strategy

  • Provide an overview of water supply and management.
  • Describe water use and demand Identify water infrastructure deficiencies.
  • Propose a long-term water resource development strategy.
  • Present a Plan of Action for implementing the strategy.
  • Establish a water resource development task force which will coordinate technical and fiscal resources.
  • Prepare a reservation-wide needs assessment and prioritizing projects.
  • Develop regional water supply projects.
  • Develop and rehabilitate local water supply and distribution systems.
  • Deficiencies in water storage facilities.

The strategy includes development of several large regional water supply projects and rehabilitation of local multipurpose delivery systems that treat and deliver water to domestic, municipal, industrial and agricultural users.


Through research and products development we ensure visible advantages and solutions which are safe, durable and environmentally sound.

  • Access to water for all
  • Very economical solutions available and efficient thoughout the world