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 - Special Collection: Climate and Beliefs

 
Religious beliefs and climate change adaptation: A study of three rural South African communities  
Simone Schuman, Jon-Vegard Dokken, Dewald van Niekerk, Ruth A. Loubser
16 October 2018

Opinion Paper

 
Harnessing local traditional authorities as a potential strategy to combat the vagaries of climate change in Zimbabwe  
Happwell Musarandega, Wisemen Chingombe, Rajendran Pillay
25 September 2018

Original Research

 
Resilient rural women’s livelihoods for poverty alleviation and economic empowerment in semi-arid regions of Zimbabwe  
Hilda Jaka, Elvin Shava
12 September 2018

Original Research - Special Collection: Climate and Beliefs

 
Challenges to belief systems in the context of climate change adaptation  
Brechtje S. Jooste, Jon-Vegard Dokken, Dewald van Niekerk, Ruth A. Loubser
06 September 2018

Correction

 
Erratum: A political economy analysis of decision-making on natural disaster preparedness in Kenya  
Karen C. Rono-Bett
15 August 2018
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