ABOUT THE JOURNAL
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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LATEST ARTICLES

Original Research

 
Climate change adaptation strategies and their predictors amongst rural farmers in Ambassel district, Northern Ethiopia  
Fikre Destaw, Muluken Fenta
17 February 2021

Original Research

 
Tool development to measure the resilience of water supply systems in Tanzania: Economic dimension  
Lukuba N. Sweya, Suzanne Wilkinson
11 January 2021

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
22 December 2020

Original Research

 
Integrating local indigenous knowledge to enhance risk reduction and adaptation strategies to drought and climate variability: The plight of smallholder farmers in Chirumhanzu district, Zimbabwe  
Mashoko S. Grey, Current Masunungure, Amanda Manyani
15 December 2020

Original Research

 
Integrated drought monitoring framework for Eswatini applying standardised precipitation index and normalised difference vegetation index  
Daniel H. Mlenga, Andries J. Jordaan
14 December 2020

Original Research

 
Energy use strategies and implications for fire risk amongst low-income households  
Alberto P.M. Francioli
14 December 2020

Original Research

 
Understanding vulnerability and resilience in Somalia  
Charles Lwanga-Ntale, Boniface O. Owino
14 December 2020

Original Research

 
An asset-based participatory community analysis of natural hazards in Naphuno, Greater Tzaneen Municipality, Limpopo province, South Africa  
Allucia L. Shokane, Hanna Nel
14 December 2020

Opinion Paper

 
Non-pharmaceutical strategies win coronavirus disease 2019 battle in New Zealand  
Godwell Nhamo, Gwendoline Q. Kandawasvika, Mncengeli Sibanda
11 December 2020

Opinion Paper

 
Why do the impacts of coronavirus disease 2019 and the response surprise the world?  
Emmanuel Raju, Dewald van Niekerk
09 December 2020
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