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Presentation of the association

ÊKHÔ Sport is a not-for-profit organisation founded in 2020 by Georges Kapin Tame and his wife Elodie Rossignol. It is based in Uccle and offers a after-school care and extracurricular for deaf and hearing-impaired children.

Its objective is promoteThe social inclusion of deaf and hard-of-hearing children by offering them the opportunity to take part in regular physical activity in a fun environment, through high-quality football lessons adapted to their motor skills and age group.

To promote clear and effective communication in the field, ÊKHÔ Sport has set up and developed an innovative teaching approach, using various teaching tools such as a connected watch and visual maps.

Our approach combines teaching and technology on a sports field, during various school activities, or at sporting and socio-cultural events.


Although universal, deafness remains an invisible disability.

ÊKHÔ Sport's mission is to make society and hearing children aware of their different realities, to overcome the language barrier and promote the inclusion of deaf children. together.

Our mission is to :

  • Create social cohesion between pupils from special and mainstream schools.
  • Enabling deaf and hard-of-hearing children to play an active role in their own development.
  • Making sport more accessible to deaf children.
  • Raise the profile of deafness in general.
  • Innovate by creating digital and visual teaching tools for schools and sports.
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Meet the team

Georges Kapin Tame
chairman & founder

Elodie Rossignol

Geneviève Fenasse

james vreven

Estelle Tebou Tamo
corporate officer

Tankoua Hilaire
technical collaborator

Chloë Saeys
Communications and Project Manager

Matwiejczuk Patrycja

Our history

"To accomplish great things, let us dream, plan, act and believe." 𝒞𝒾𝓉𝒶𝓉𝒾ℴ𝓃 𝒹ℯ 𝒢ℯℴ𝓇ℊℯ𝓈 𝒦𝒶𝓅𝒾𝓃


Georges Kapin Tame has been a sports instructor and football initiator for 11 years.

During his professional career, he has worked mainly with children and teenagers, notably in football clubs and in extra-curricular and community activities. Later, he was given the opportunity to work as a school accompanier for children with various disabilities. Among them? Deaf and hard-of-hearing children. Following this, Georges decided to study sign language. During his work, he noticed that a large number of children liked to play football but did not have a framework adapted to their needs. With this in mind and a passion for coaching young people in sport, he decided to found ÊKHÔ Sport. Its aim? To enable deaf children to unleash their full potential, have fun and boost their social dynamism by being offered the same opportunities as young people in a traditional sporting environment.

Elodie is a school doctor in the COCOF's School Health Promotion Department. She has always been passionate about children's health and well-being, and actively supports the ASBL as its secretary.

Geneviève has been in charge of administration for over 30 years. She was touched by the initiative and wanted to commit to supporting the project.

Estelle has been a brand representative for 4 years. Her interest in ÊKHÔ Sport stems from her love of children. She supports social development through sport and wants to do her bit.

James has been a freelance professional videographer for 3 years. Whether as a player, coach, delegate, referee or just a supporter, football is an essential part of his life. So it was only natural that he wanted to join the ASBL to pass on his experience to the younger generation.

As a teamWe share the same values and want to use sport to help give a voice to those who have none by enabling them to release their potential, develop their self-confidence and grow in their social relationships.

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All children are welcome! Please do not hesitate to contact us.

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