The Trust’s team collaborates whenever possible with academic researchers and NGO partners to produce publications or to participate in studies on topics relevant to its work and/or about the communities it serves in Madagascar.

Resource warfare, pacification and the spectacle of 'green' development: Logics of violence in engineering extraction in southern Madagascar

Huff & Orengo., 2020

Radio Broadcasting for Sustainable Development in S Madagascar

Waeber, P., & Orengo. Y, 2008. In Madagascar Conservation and Development, 3: 1, pp.64-72

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

Orengo. Y., & Harford. N., 2013.

Media Empowering Women in Southern Madagascar

Orengo. Y., 2015, in 'Why Women Will Save The Planet': A collection of articles for Friends of the Earth. Ed Jenny Hawley. Zed Books. London.

What's it like to be on the receiving end of exit? A partner and country office view

Produced on behalf of the PPA Partnership Approaches Learning Group, INTRAC 2017

Using radio as a means to create inclusive dialogue in southern Madagascar.

Orengo, Y., 2017. – Barefoot Guide No5: "Mission inclusion". Chapter 3, pp75- 78.

State-Corporate Alliances and Spaces for Resistance on the Extractive Frontier in Southeastern Madagascar

Huff, A., Orengo, Y., & Ferguson, B. 2018. Conference Paper for ERPI.

New Tricks – biodiversity offsetting and mining

De Zylva., P. and Orengo, Y., 2019