Pablo Garrigós is a Belgian-Spanish visual journalist based in Brussels.

He collaborates with news agencies, newspapers and TV news channels covering international affairs. His work has been featured in national media across
Europe such as El Pais, The Guardian or Le Soir and TV stations like Al Jazeera, RTVE, France 24 or GloboTV. Additional to his regular assignments for media, Pablo works on long-term projects with a focus on human and environmental rights in both Europe and Africa.


Pablo Garrigós Cucarella
human rights, environment

Supported projects

The biggest pipeline of the century

  • Energy
  • Environment

OEGANDA/TANZANIA - In 2006, British company Tullow Oil discovered oil reserves in the Albertine region in northwestern Uganda, with 6.5 billion recoverable barrels. In early 2022, French oil company Total signed an agreement with the governments of Tanzania and Uganda and Chinese state-owned company CNOOC to begin construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP). The project will build the largest pipeline of 1,443 kilometres between Hoima in Uganda and Tanga in Tanzania, from where crude oil will be exported.

Uganda prevents the next pandemic

  • Healthcare
  • Environment

BWINDI - The Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park in Uganda has been chosen by the US National Health Institute (NHI) as a ‘hotspot’ for a potential new outbreak of a zoonotic disease like Monkeypox, Covid or Ebola.