TEKAN Peace Desk

“…blessed are the peace makers…”

TEKAN Peace Desk is a non governmental organization that aims at helping to reach out to those who have no voice in the society 

interfaith initiative

TEKAN Peace Desk aims at fostering peace and reconciliation in conflict plunged communities.

Peace Initiative

Equipping and strengthening the capacity of TEKAN member churches to manage conflict.


This scheme aims at encouraging women as key entrepreneurs to improve their means of livelihood.

about us

TEKAN Peace Desk is a faith-based, non- profit, non-governmental organization working in the area of peace building, conflict transformation and psychosocial support with focus on Northern Nigeria in particular and Nigeria at large with a vision of stakeholders becoming advocates of peace which enhances sustainable growth and development of communities and the nation.

TEKAN Peace Desk is the project arm of TEKAN also known as Fellowship of Churches of Christ in Nigeria in English. TEKAN is a federation of Christian denominations in Nigeria founded in 1955.

our vision

We envision a society where there is justice and peace, religious tolerance, upright morality and vibrant economy.


main program

Peace Building & Conflict Transformation  

Trauma Healing and Psychosocial Support

Humanitarian Response

Governance & Advocacy

Food Security & Livelihoods

our impact in nigeria

Building bridges is TEKAN Peace Desks number one flagship radio advocacy program. It is anchored on Upright Morality, Religious Tolerance, Peace, Justice and a vibrant economy. With a listenership based estimated at 3 million listeners, the call-in program runs every Wednesday at 11:00am- 11:45am on Jay 101.9 FM Jos.

TEKAN PD’s human resource management takes into consideration its expanding scope of operations, new skills/expertise required, and possible expansion of field offices. This strategic planning process involves undertaking an assessment of strengths and weaknesses (gaps) of current human resources to the extent possible, and what is required to respond to gaps identified.

TEKAN Peace Desk (TPD) is the project arm of TEKAN. It is a faith-based, non-profit, non-governmental organization, established in 2007 with the mandate of strengthening the capacity of communities, churches, critical stakeholders, women, youth and people with special abilities in Northern Nigeria to understand and manage conflicts for positive transformation through the following thematic interventions