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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Disaster risk reduction: Integrating sustainable development goals and occupational safety and health in festival and event management  
Leonie B. Louw, Elriza Esterhuyzen
10 August 2022

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Effects of climate change on pastoral households in the Harshin District of the Somali Region, Ethiopia  
Tigist Abrham, Muluken Mekuyie
27 July 2022

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Mindset as a resilience resource and perceived wellness of first responders in a South African context  
John W. O'Neil, Leandri Kruger
30 June 2022

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Social workers’ intervention during natural hazards  
Frans K. Matlakala, Jabulani C. Makhubele, Louis Nyahunda
29 June 2022

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Promoting sustainable development goals: Role of higher education institutions in climate and disaster management in Zimbabwe  
Munyaradzi A. Dzvimbo, Tinashe M. Mashizha, Kelvin Zhanda, Albert Mawonde
29 June 2022

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Risk characterisation and methods of improving practice for municipal waste management in disaster situations: A case study in Qom Province, Iran  
Yadollah Ghafuri, Alireza Koohpaei
15 June 2022

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Climate change knowledge, concerns and experiences in secondary school learners in South Africa  
Alison Kutywayo, Matthew Chersich, Nicolette P. Naidoo, Fiona Scorgie, Likho Bottoman, Saiqa Mullick
10 June 2022

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Disaster resilience framework indicators for a city’s disaster resilience planning strategy  
Tanja Terblanche, Luiza O. de Sousa, Dewald van Niekerk
31 May 2022

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Natural hazard insurance demand: A systematic review  
Farai B. Mushonga, Syden Mishi
27 May 2022

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Mapping the susceptibility of persons with disabilities to landslides in a highland landscape of Bushika Sub County, Mount Elgon, Eastern Uganda  
Martin Ssennoga, Frank Mugagga, Daniel L. Nadhomi, Yeeko Kisira
25 May 2022
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