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ELKAP is the result of the prolific cooperation among ELKAP ASBL, the Congolese Salvatorians, the Salvatorian NGO SOFIA, the Katanga Province, and the European Commission.

The local Salvatorians and SOFIA have developed the project and established ELKAP ASBL to launch the programme, coordinate the construction works, and manage the plant.


The Salvatorian Fathers and Brothers

European Commission


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 Katanga Province

The Salvatorians are Fathers, Brothers, Sisters, and Laity who are operating in 40 countries all over the world. They work to alleviate the needs of the poor, often putting their own lives at risk. The Salvatorians are inspired by the social doctrine of the Church. They are promoting fundamental human rights for every individual, regardless of gender, religion, social class, ethnicity, or political affiliation. SOFIA - Salvatorian Office for International Aid – is the non-profit organization of the Salvatorian Fathers and Brothers who are engaged in the world’s most neglected areas to alleviate the conditions of those most in need. With a range of sustainable health, education, green energy, and pastoral projects, SOFIA is assisting these people to provide for a more dignified future life for themselves and their children. The European Commission supports ELKAP through its programme for Environment and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources including Energy (ENRTP). This programme assists developing countries and partner organizations to overcome the intrinsic challenges of managing environmental and natural resources. The Katanga Province is giving political and logistic support.

About Us


ELKAP ASBL is a non-profit organization established in Kapanga in January 2013. ELKAP, short for ELectricité pour KAPanga, stands for a programme and an ambitious goal: Electricity for Kapanga!

Where We Are


Contact Us

Tel (R.D. Congo) +243 810 198 348
Tel (Italy)          +39 06 686 29 219
ELKAP asbl
p/a Pères Salvatoriens
839, Boulevard du 30 Juin
République Démocratique du Congo