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

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Effect of health belief model on flood-risk educational approach among elementary school children in Malaysia  
Ezza S. Azmi, Vivien How, Haliza Abdul Rahman
30 July 2021

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Death in worship places: Evaluating the roles of religious organisations and state governments in reducing the risks of religious disaster  
Helena van Coller, Idowu A. Akinloye
12 July 2021

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Psychological capital and climate change adaptation: Empirical evidence from smallholder farmers in South Africa  
Unity Chipfupa, Aluwani Tagwi, Edilegnaw Wale
28 June 2021

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Impact of retrofitting work on vulnerability reduction of local buildings in Kabul, Afghanistan  
Mohsen Mohammadi, Toshio Fujimi
24 June 2021

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Disaster resilient village-based approach to disaster risk reduction policy in Indonesia: A regulatory analysis  
Saru Arifin, Sonny S. Wicaksono, Slamet Sumarto, Martitah Martitah, Dewi Sulistianingsih
23 June 2021

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Perception of agricultural drought resilience in South Africa: A case of smallholder livestock farmers  
Yonas T. Bahta
22 June 2021

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‘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

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

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

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