We are a corporate social responsibility brand powered by Ping Sans Frontieres (PSF), a french NGO founded in 2006 by Sarah HANFFOU, a table tennis Olympian from Team Cameroon.

PSF's goal is to use table tennis as an educational tool throughout the world and particularly in Africa. The association is active in more than 16 countries around the world.

TAKO was born in order to help local NGO in Ghana. All benefits from the sales of the tables are donated to a Ghanaian NGO to finance free tutoring classes but also training sessions in local schools. 

 What is a social business?

Created and designed to address a social problem : 
Tako was created to promote local consumption rather than imports.
The goal is to be a non-loss, non-dividend company :
As a social business, we produce our tables by ten in order to reduce losses and all benefits are reinvested.
All benefits raised are directly reinvested in a local NGO in Ghana
TAKO contributes to the local economy by using local resources. Tables are built in Takoradi by local carpenters, with wood purchased in Ghana.
The environmental aspect is also highlighted since it is no longer a question of importing tables but of creating short-circuit distribution.



TAKO's goal is to give access to sports and education to as much people as possible. Tako invests in social programs to provide better opportunities for future generations.


We want to have a financial and economic sustainability. We are supported by the Paris 2024 incubator project.


Our Investors get back their investments amount only. No dividend is given beyond investment money.


When investment amount is paid back, company profit stays with the company for expansion and improvement.


Gender sensitive and environmentally conscious : We offer local production and a short distribution circuit to reduce our ecological footprint.


Workforce gets market wage with better working conditions.


We do it with joy !

Since many years, Ping Sans Frontieres gives support to NK Foundation for the development of table tennis in primary schools in Takoradi. The aim of the project is to develop self-confidence and the well being of the kids. Table tennis is proposed as an extracurricular activity in the schools under the supervision of our head of TAKO Ghana, Ishmael, and of the teachers.

Ping Sans Frontières is providing all sports equipment while TAKO is providing its ping-pong tables made in Ghana. 

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The number of kids attending school in Kweikuma and Ofankor in Ghana has fallen considerably. Parents from the kids have not enough money to meet the needs of their children (furnitures, food, medical expenses, uniforms).

These parents are living in slums and most of the kids have one of their two parents unemployed. Then, kids have no other solution than to quit school in order to find a job and to earn money to answer the needs of their family.

Kids from those poor areas that are attending school often abandon school has their situation is not improving.

Edudrive's aim is to help those kids. Indeed, selected kids are taking through the rudiment of playing table tennis by coaches and volunteers. Also, they are assisted academically by the partner schools in Literacy and Numeracy.

The table tennis development project dubbed Edudrive T.T (Educational Drive) sought to boost academic performance, reduce risky behaviors, promote physical health, and provide a safe, structured environment for children to play. It is also aimed at increasing girls’ participation in sports. The goal of this project is to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all and achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. More than 400 kids will participate in this program.

Do not hesitate to make a donation to support this educational project.

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