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What we are doing

The TRI –S is an initiative works with a network of partners to improve the livelihood styles and build acircular green economy thatenhances the sustainable consumption and production around Yemen.

Established in 2019, the Initiative supports agriculture development, sale, distribution, and consistent use of clean energy products andother solutions that transform lives by improving health, protecting the environment, creating jobs, and helping consumers save time and money.

How we do it

The Initiative is focused on four core pillars to help the communities improving their lifestyle and creating sustainable environment:

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Reducing waste

Reducing waste and creating a circular economy implies that all materials and products in society are used and circulated among its users as long as possible.

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Cleaner energy

Driving consumer demand for cleaner energy by supporting behavior change and awareness raising interventions.

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Sustainable agriculture

Building a milieu of investible sustainable agriculture businesses capable of answering the demand with affordable, high-quality, appropriate crops.

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Increasing investment

Increasing investment community participation by providing market intelligence, delivering a clear path to action, and continuing to help the communities on their green business.

Our Solutions

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Enabling families and societies to turn organic waste into renewable energy

A better life for 1500 rural households in Yemen through implementation of small-scale biogas plants is the ambitious target of this project; the small plants will be made locally by implementation of our engineering knowledge and our team skills.

Two major problems we are solving; one is the household organic waste, which emits significant amounts of methane gas, that’s a major contributor to climate change. The other major problem we are solving is indoor air pollution, Over 3 million people still cook over open fire and many people die every year from its exposure. In May 2017 WHO has registered cases of Cholera nearly 23,500 in Yemen, The waste organic fractions that openly dumped and their emissions is a main reason. It concluded that, the need for biogas in Yemen in terms of its potential contribution to development, energy, health and environment, is very great.

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Livelihood development and improvement of agricultural production

An integrated program for small farmers to improve their skills and abilities and helping them by building a milieu of investible sustainable agriculture businesses capable of answering the demand with affordable, high-quality, appropriate crops.

The program activities will improve livelihood styles and build a circular green economy that enhances the sustainable consumption and production and increase their ability to face the country circumstances.

Our Impact

The Initiative has developed strategies that both improve utilization of sustainable energy as well as strengthen supply chains and markets for cleaner energy over time.

Addressing all the Initiative Impact Areas:

Climate & Environment

Climate & Environment

Climate & Environment

Nearly three million people in Yemen burn wood, charcoal, animal dung, crop residue or coal in open fires or in inefficient stoves for daily cooking and heating...

Health

Health

Health

The illnesses caused by smoke exposure from toxic cooking methods lead to serious problems for the health and livelihoods of these families...

Humanitarian

Humanitarian

Humanitarian

More than 2 million people are displaced from their homes due to conflict, war, and disaster. Almost all lack access to clean cookstoves and fuels...

Livelihood improvement

Livelihood improvement

Livelihood improvement

Encourage women, youth and local entrepreneurs through participation in the solutions value chain, earning income from product design, engineering manufacturing, marketing...

Women & Gender

Women & Gender

Women & Gender

TRI-S has a strategy to increase the role of women and address gender issues to scale adoption. Gender-informed practices help enterprises understand...

Resources & News

12 Feb 2019

TRI-S with Ministries Offices

Eng. Omer Badokhon, CEO of TRI-S Initiative, met with the Director of the...

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24 Jan 2019

TRI-S Launch First Prototype Developed from Small Biogas Production Device

The first pilot unit was supplied, installed and operated in cooperation and coordination...

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11 Mar 2018

TRI-S in Development of National Small Scale Biogas Technology

Under the patronage and attendance of the Governor of Hadramout, Commander of the...

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