The Tri-Adepoju Peace Foundation (TPF) is a non-profit, apolitical and interfaith non-governmental organization founded to propagate and promote the entrenched culture of peaceful coexistence in Nigeria.
It is registered with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) under the Companies and Allied Matters Act No1 1990, Part C as TRI-ADEPOJU PEACE FOUNDATION with registration number CAC/IT/NO92343.
The organization was established and named after the memory of the Trio of Rebecca Adepoju, Babatunde Adepoju and Hannah Adepoju killed in the religious violence that occurred in Bauchi State on February 20th, 2006..
The need to reiterate that no meaningful change or development can ever occur in the country in an atmosphere of violence and hatred is the bedrock for the formation of this organization. History has shown that any society that is built on the structures of violence and intolerance cannot prosper.
On our part, we are ready to do whatever is possible to promote the quest for peace and harmony. And are ready to join hands with all patriots to sustain and further enhance the unity and progress of the country- Nigeria. It is this vision and commitment that informed the birth of Tri-Adepoju Peace Foundation with a general theme as “Peace Is Possible In Nigeria”
The Tri-Ade Peace Foundation is the first NGO to officially facilitate the formation and launch of the Peace Club series in Government Schools and some selected communities in Abuja and suburb.
Our focus area has been in the facilitation of peace clubs in selected communities and Government owned community secondary schools targeted at recruiting youth to become change agents in their various schools and communities.
Over the years we have inducted about 300 youth as young peace ambassadors representing their schools and communities with success stories from these young change agents.
In year 2016, the Tri-Ade Peace Foundation partners the NEXUS Fund America to facilitate the formation of Peace clubs in selected schools in Abuja and suburb with record success where over 90 students were inducted as young change makers