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

 
‘Too many mice make no lining for their nest’ – Reasons and effects of parallel governmental structures for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in Southern Africa  
Per Becker, Magnus Hagelsteen, Marcus Abrahamsson
17 June 2021

Original Research

 
A system dynamics approach for understanding community resilience to disaster risk  
Onyekachi J. Onyeagoziri, Corrinne Shaw, Tom Ryan
14 June 2021

Original Research

 
Vulnerability of rural households to climate-induced shocks in Lokka Abaya district, Sidama zone, southern Ethiopia  
Muluken Mekuyie
25 May 2021

Original Research

 
Participation of communal cattle farmers in drought risk reduction in Southern Zimbabwe  
Thabo Ndlovu, Johannes Belle, Mitulo Silengo
14 May 2021

Opinion Paper

 
Simple rules and self-organisation: A complex systems’ perspective on South Africa’s COVID-19 response  
Christo Coetzee
13 May 2021

Original Research

 
Evoking the epistemology of climate governance through indigenous knowledge systems for sustainable development in rural Zimbabwe  
Shingirai S. Mugambiwa
28 April 2021

Original Research

 
The post-war era in Nigeria and the resilience of Igbo communal system  
Lawrence Okwuosa, Chinyere T. Nwaoga, Favour Uroko
19 April 2021

Opinion Paper

 
The synergistic relationship between Amartya Sen entitlement theory and the systems theory in developing a food security implementation model in Matabeleland South Province, Zimbabwe  
Tapiwa Muzerengi, Ernest N. Khalema, Emmanuel Zivenge
08 April 2021

Original Research

 
Household survival and resilience to food insecurity through the drip irrigation scheme in dry rural areas  
Faith R. Chidavaenzi, Adrino Mazenda, Ntobeko Ndlovu
25 March 2021

Retraction Notice

 
Retraction notice to: ‘Monitoring droughts in Eswatini: A spatiotemporal variability analysis using the Standard Precipitation Index’, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 11(1), a725  
Daniel H. Mlenga, Andries J. Jordaan, Brian Mandebvu
10 March 2021
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