Trias works in partnership with national governments, local authorities and development and humanitarian actors in countries experiencing or emerging from natural or conflict related crisis.
This experience includes countries moving towards peace along the trajectory of dialogue, ceasefire and peace agreements. It also includes working in countries where peace is more elusive. We have worked with international peacekeeping missions and in countries where the military forces are regional or local and where non-state actors are key players. We have experienced the changing nature of conflict, and worked with the institutional structures and instruments developed to assist in these environments.
We work with national governments, local authorities development partners and the private sector to plan and deliver post-crisis recovery and development. We understand the challenges such transitions can bring in terms of the human and financial capacity necessary to address a range of urgent needs, from improved governance and livelihoods to restoring essential services.
Trias has expertise across both humanitarian and development interventions. We have assisted in developing policies, strategies and programmes that ensure the synergies and linkages between humanitarian and development financing streams and operations.
We believe that international cooperation can bring substantive support to governments experiencing and emerging from crisis. Our experience has shown us that the road to recovery and development requires a strong partnership between public authorities, the private sector and civil society.
We have worked in many countries and regions where competition over natural resources has been a driving factor in instability and crisis. Our experience encompasses competition over minerals, grazing land, and water resources.
Trias recognizes the impacts that climate change is already having in countries experiencing or emerging from crisis, and the future challenges to peace and stability as these impacts become wider and more visible.
We recognise that stimulating local and regional economies and promoting inclusive economic growth are essential for peace and stability. This requires a vibrant private sector and both foreign and domestic investment.
Trias works with the public and private sector to promote investment and business, helping to understand and address the challenges and opportunities of doing business in high risk environments, ensuring compliance with all international standards and principles for responsible business, engaging with key stakeholders, and aligning investment and business aims with sustainable peace and development targets.
Development interventions must be based on sound analysis of complex environments. As a cross-cutting business line we provide research and practical analysis that shapes policies, strategies and programmes. This analysis can be global, national, sub-national or sectoral.
At the mid or end point of programmes we provide an objective analysis of performance against the defined objectives and outputs. We have particular experience in assessing the continued relevance of operations as situations on the ground evolve and programming modifications become necessary.
We provide advice to national governments, local authorities, development and humanitarian partners, and the private sector that ensures linkages between appropriate policy and institutional frameworks and implementation.
Trias develops strategic options to achieve development, peace-building and recovery objectives, and provides roadmaps to achieving critical priorities.
Trias can generate analysis and evidence for planning, programme design, and monitoring and evaluation.
Trias works on all stages of the project cycle, designing programmes and projects across single or multiple sectors.
Trias develops and delivers training for public and private sector partners across our areas of expertise. We believe training should be continuous, informative and fun.
Trias facilitates workshops and training events, and develops the associated workshop and training material.
Trias develops and implements monitoring and evaluation systems on behalf of national governments and local authorities, development and humanitarian agencies, the private sector and civil society.
Trias develops strategic communication materials in support of national governments, local authorities and development and humanitarian partners.
Trias works with the private sector to help achieve sustainable development outcomes. We bridge the gap between corporate objectives and community needs.
Trias is increasingly engaged in supporting private sector engagement in fragile and conflict affected states.
The map highlights countries and cities where our directors and partners have lived and worked or delivered long duration consultancy services.