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

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Disability-inclusive disaster risk reduction in schools: A confirmatory factor analysis  
Nurul H. Rofiah, Norimune Kawai, Elli N. Hayati
11 July 2024

Original Research

 
Analysis of factors in community willingness to manage floods in East Java during the pandemic  
Eko Noerhayati, Soraya N. Mustika, Ita S. Ingsih, Anita Rahmawati
28 June 2024

Table of Contents

 
Table of Contents Vol. 15, No. 1 (2023)  
Editorial Office
25 June 2024

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Preferences for index-based crop insurance in South Africa  
Phiwe Jiba, Mzuyanda Christian, Khulekani Nxumalo, Victor Mmbengwa
12 June 2024

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Adaptive capacity to reduce disaster risks in informal settlements  
Khulekani E. Ndabezitha, Betty C. Mubangizi, Sokfa F. John
07 June 2024

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An analysis of the vulnerability of informal and formal households to disaster risks in the Rand West City region  
Nomonde Madubula, Elize van Eeden
23 May 2024

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Opportunities and challenges of mainstreaming disaster risk management in faith institutions  
Peter Masvotore
17 May 2024

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Emerging collaboration amid the COVID-19 within the context of traditional-state dualism governance in Bali  
Vanda Ningrum, Bambang S. Laksmono, Cahyo Pamungkas, Renny Nurhasana, Inayah Hidayati, Luh Kitty Katherina
29 April 2024

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The African National Congress’s factionalism and targeted killings as risks to human security in KwaZulu-Natal province  
Collin O. Mongale, Jan C. Venter
26 April 2024

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Investigating the socioeconomic impacts of sewage spillages on businesses in the Umhlanga Rocks coastline area  
Kalin Naidoo, Ntombifuthi P. Nzimande, Feroza Morris
09 April 2024
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Notification: Exciting news for academia!

 
The Table of Contents for Vol. 15, No. 1 (2023)  of our esteemed scholarly journal is now live, offering a gateway to the latest advancements in your field. Delve into a curated selection of peer-reviewed articles and insightful analyses, providing a comprehensive overview of current research trends and innovations. Navigate the intellectual landscape with precision and depth, ensuring your work remains at the forefront of academic discourse. Explore, engage, and empower your academic journey today!  
Posted: 2024-06-25 More...

Press Release: Exciting update!

 
Our past two editorials for the Journal of Applied Neurosciences are available! Discover the vision and mission behind our new journal and the innovative research we aim to showcase in neuroscience and other biological underpinnings of human behaviour. Read the insightful editorials by our Editor-in-Chief, Dirk J. Geldenhuys, and learn more about our journey and goals. Check it out here: journalofappliedneurosciences.org  
Posted: 2024-05-20 More...

Press Release: The wait is over!

 
The wait is finally over! We are proud to introduce the African Journal of Creative Economy, your new go-to source for the latest research and insights in Cultural Economics, Creative Industries, Arts and Culture Management and Cultural Studies and Cultural Policy.  Explore our inaugural editorial by Jeanette D. Snowball and Richard Haines, featuring pioneering studies and expert opinions. Don't miss out on the start of something big! Visit ajce.africa  
Posted: 2024-05-17 More...

Notification: Exploring the Rich Tapestry of Research History: Rediscover Timeless Insights

 
Embark on a journey through the annals of research history! Our journal's archives hold a wealth of knowledge waiting to be rediscovered. From pioneering studies to timeless insights, explore the foundations of today's discussions. Join us in celebrating research history and uncovering the gems that continue to shape our understanding.  
Posted: 2024-05-16 More...
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