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

Reviewer Acknowledgement

 
Acknowledgement to reviewers  
Editorial Office
21 December 2021

Correction

 
Erratum: COVID-19 home remedies and myths becoming a hazardous health infodemic?  
Olivia Kunguma
13 December 2021

Original Research

 
The impact of climate change on visitor destination selection: A case study of the Central Drakensberg Region in KwaZulu-Natal  
Nduduzo A. Ngxongo
03 December 2021

Original Research

 
Quantifying the nutritional and income loss due to crop raiding in rural African subsistence farming community in South Africa  
Tlou D. Raphela, Neville Pillay
30 November 2021

Original Research

 
Role of frequency modulation radio in disaster communication: A case study of Pakistan earthquake  
Syed I. Rahman, Nauman Sial, Saniya Moazzam
30 November 2021

Original Research

 
Climate change adaptation strategies and production efficiency: The case of citrus farmers in the Limpopo province, South Africa  
Samuel Joseph, Michael A. Antwi, Clarietta Chagwiza, Theresa T Rubhara
29 November 2021

Original Research

 
From the Cyclone Idai disaster to the COVID-19 pandemic: An account of inadvertent social capital enhancement in Eastern Chimanimani, Zimbabwe  
Wisemen Chingombe, Happwell Musarandega
29 November 2021

Original Research

 
Private companies and community collaboration: Towards building disaster resilience in Diepsloot, Johannesburg, South Africa  
Modiegi Bopape, Livhuwani D. Nemakonde, Kristel Fourie
25 November 2021

Original Research

 
Comic worksheets for integrated disaster risk reduction learning in the subject of Geography  
Ahmad Yani
25 November 2021

Original Research

 
How is COVID-19 perceived by medical students? A survey in Aceh province, Indonesia  
Rina S. Oktari, Muhammad D. Detiro, Safrizal Rahman
19 November 2021
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