Table of Peace



The International Teqball Federation (FITEQ) has launched a new global CSR programmeme under the banner Table of Peace as part of its ongoing commitment to contribute to a brighter future through sport by using teqball to support communities all around the world. The Table of Peace programmeme will see FITEQ donate Teq tables to post-conflict and disadvantaged communities in collaboration with local partners. In addition to donating tables, FITEQ is implementing the programmeme around the concept of training the trainers that has proven to be effective in the Zaatari Refugee Camp. FITEQ’s team of sport instructors have provided practical workshops to trainers in the camps in Djibouti, which will lead to lasting legacy of the teqball family continuing to grow and inspiring future generations.

Target group(s)
  • Inhabitants of emergency areas
  • LGBTQ+ community
  • Orphans
  • People with disabilities
  • Refugees
  • Women and Girls
  • Youth (13-18)
  • Development and Peace
  • Social Inclusion
Type(s) of initiative
  • Coaching and Dissemination
  • Education / Capacity-building
  • Sport for Development and Peace


The aim of the programmeme is to engage young people in sporting activities to help provide an escape from the daily challenges they face, whilst also teaching them transferrable skills and key values such as teamwork, inclusivity and integrity. The initiative follows a successful long-standing partnership with Peace and Sport, where FITEQ has been part of the Live Together programmeme in the Zaatari Refugee Camp in Jordan.

Success Factors
& Achievements

  1. FITEQ worked with a wide range of partners, including governments, National Olympic Committees, National Teqball Federations and NGOs such as Peace and Sport to introduce teqball to refugees. Earlier this year, FITEQ launched its latest global initiative under the banner Table of Peace as part of our ongoing commitment to contribute to a brighter future through sport.
  2. Teq tables can be used for many differing sporting activities, which are called teqsports. The tables are also designed to be played by parasport athletes and the experience in refugee camps and the engagement of individuals who have suffered life-changing injuries with teqsports has been overwhelmingly positive.

and Participants


  • Sport Clubs, Educational Institutions, Other venues (workplace, home, etc.)
Maximum of participants
  • 100+
Actual number of participants
  • around 250 people



  • 1 to 5

Equipment and Facilities

  • Teqball tables, balls, educational materials