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Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies is an influential, frequently cited, accredited, peer reviewed and Open Access journal published since 2006. Jàmbá (meaning disaster in Yoruba) is a journal in the field of disaster reduction, aimed at serving as a platform for discussion and debate in this relatively new field of study. View our Editorial Team.


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A conservation organisation’s approach to COVID-19: Lessons learned from Madagascar  
Ruth H. Leeney, Herinjaka Raveloson, Paul Antion, Vik Mohan
01 November 2022

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Socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on rural livelihoods in Mbashe Municipality  
Thandeka Khowa, Anelisiwe Cimi, Tafadzwa Mukasi
31 October 2022

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The impact of colonial and contemporary land policies on climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe’s communal areas  
Trymore Maganga, Catherine Conrad Suso
28 October 2022

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Agency-driven and community-driven impact in livelihood recovery: Beneficiaries stories  
Eko T. Paripurno, Gandar Mahojwala, Galih Prabaswara, Sabrina U. Khabibah
14 October 2022

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Flood risk perception, disaster preparedness and response in flood-prone urban communities of Rivers State  
Zelda A. Elum, Olanrewaju Lawal
29 September 2022

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Narratives of hospital health care professionals during the pandemic in the Northern Philippines: A phenomenological study  
Julius T. Capili, Lara Melissa G. Luis, Jay Emanuel L. Asuncion, Jennifer L. Luyun, Jake B. Canapi, Erwin L. Rimban
28 September 2022

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Flood vulnerability and economic valuation of small and medium-sized enterprise owners to enhance sustainability  
Muzakar Isa, Ahmad Mardalis
28 September 2022

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Learning from past and current food security efforts and challenges in Zimbabwe: The years 1430–2020  
Sifelani Ngwenya, Wilfred Lunga, Elize S. van Eeden
27 September 2022

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An adaptation of a macroscale methodology to assess the direct economic losses caused by Tropical Cyclone Idai in Zimbabwe  
Emmanuel Mavhura, Komal R. Aryal
26 September 2022

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Vulnerability, impact and adaptation strategies of female farmers to climate variability  
Siphosethu Dibakoane, Pakama Siyongwana, Ayanda N. Shabalala
15 September 2022
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