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

 
Economic vulnerability to tropical storms on the southeastern coast of Africa  
Ernest L. Molua, Robert O. Mendelsohn, Ajapnwa Akamin
19 October 2020

Original Research

 
The role of knowledge and fatalism in college students related to the earthquake-risk perception  
Furqan I. Aksa, Sugeng Utaya, Syamsul Bachri, Budi Handoyo
30 September 2020

Original Research

 
Perception of seismic design by architects in Algeria  
Bachir Benfarhat, Djillali Benouar, Stéphane Cartier
23 September 2020

Original Research

 
Impact of climate change and variability on traditional farming systems: Farmers’ perceptions from south-west, semi-arid Zimbabwe  
Everson Ndlovu, Barend Prinsloo, Tanya le Roux
21 September 2020

Original Research

 
Collaborating network in managing post the Mount Merapi’s disruption, Indonesia  
Prawira Yudha Pratama, Achmad Nurmandi
15 September 2020

Book Review

 
Book review of ‘Disaster by choice: How our actions turn natural hazards into catastrophes  
Gideon van Riet
14 September 2020

Opinion Paper

 
26/11 Mumbai terrorist attack revisited: Lessons learnt and novel disaster model for future  
Dhiraj V. Sonawane, Bipul K. Garg, Ajay Chandanwale, Ambarish A. Mathesul, Omkar R. Shinde, Shravan Singh
24 August 2020

Original Research

 
Local worlds: Vulnerability and food insecurity in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa  
Xolisile G. Ngumbela, Ernest N. Khalema, Thokozani I. Nzimakwe
07 July 2020

Original Research

 
Risk of a disaster: Risk knowledge, interpretation and resilience  
Osamuede Odiase, Suzanne Wilkinson, Andreas Neef
27 May 2020

Original Research

 
Vulnerability of smallholder sorghum farmers to climate variability in a heterogeneous landscape of south-western Uganda  
Frank Mugagga, Noeline Nakanjakko, Bob Nakileza, Denis Nseka
30 April 2020
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