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Combining tradition with women's rights

The semi-nomadic livestock holders of the Maasai are at the top of the tourist wish list for people visiting Tanzania. But how many of these tourists stop to consider the fate of these people and of the Maasai women in particular?
Screening 'Gender in Coffee - a documentary'

Screening 'Gender in Coffee - a documentary' and Q&A

What does gender equity mean for a coffee family, a roaster or a coffee drinker? How do we relate to and connect with one another around the same passion for coffee? Join Trias and the Partnership for Gender Equity for an informative, inspiring and fun event. 

Queen Mathilde strong advocate of female entrepreneurship

At the Womed Award ceremony, queen Mathilde was a strong advocate of female entrepreneurship. Society must continue to draw attention to equal opportunities, she said. The queen has attended Trias and Markant's award ceremony for many years.
 

Everyone has dreams, right?

Unfortunately, obstacles such as poverty, ignorance and exclusion make many people's dreams unattainable. Trias is in the business of removing those obstacles by strengthening farmers' and
entrepreneurs' associations

Trias is active worldwide, helping four million disadvantaged individuals by removing economic barriers. By strengthening organisations of farmers and entrepreneurs, we create opportunities for their self-development. This allows them to make their own dreams come true. After all, no one else can do it for them.