Research and Publications

Waeber, P., Orengo., Y, 2008. Radio Broadcasting for Sustainable Development in S Madagascar, Madagascar Conservation and Development, 3: 1, pp.64-72

Orengo. Y., & Harford. N., 2013. Village Voices for Development – A study in the use of radio to promote human rights and enable citizens to act on their rights to information and freedom of speech. Available at

Orengo. Y., 2014. Andrew Lees after his last mission to Madagascar. The Ecologist. Available at

Orengo. Y., 2015. Media Empowering Women in Southern Madagascar. Ed Jenny Hawley. ‘Why Women Will Save The Planet’: A collection of articles for Friends of the Earth. Zed Books. London. Available at

Orengo, Y., 2016. Freedom from Development: Towards a transformative agenda in North – South NGO relations. (Unpublished Dissertation), University of Bath.

Participant in INTRAC study on responsible exit, published online in 2017. Available at:,

Orengo, Y., 2017. Tall tales and tailings. The Ecologist. Available at:

Orengo. Y., 2017. – Using radio as a means to create inclusive dialogue in southern Madagascar.  Barefoot Guide No5: “Mission inclusion”. Chapter 3, pp75- 78. Available at

Huff, A., Orengo, Y., & Ferguson, B. 2018. State-Corporate Alliances and Spaces for Resistance on the Extractive Frontier in Southeastern Madagascar. Conference Paper for ERPI. Available at:

Orengo, Y., Emerman, S., 2018.  Fears of radionuclide enriched water pollution as Madagascar mining breaches limits.The Ecologist. Avaliable at:

Orengo. Y., 2018. Rio Tinto: the long road to transparency. The Ecologist. Available at :