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

 
Community adaptation strategies toward tidal flood: A Case study in Langsa, Indonesia  
Furqan I. Aksa, Ramdan Afrian
05 December 2022

Original Research

 
Global transformation of disaster sciences into risk reduction education system in Indonesia  
M. Yakub Aiyub Kadir, Nurmalahayati Nurdin
02 December 2022

Book Review

 
The ‘Murky’ New Orleans: A community reliving and experiencing the 2005 Hurricane Katrina  
Alice Ncube
30 November 2022

Original Research

 
A conservation organisation’s approach to COVID-19: Lessons learned from Madagascar  
Ruth H. Leeney, Herinjaka Raveloson, Paul Antion, Vik Mohan
01 November 2022

Original Research

 
Socio-economic impact of COVID-19 on rural livelihoods in Mbashe Municipality  
Thandeka Khowa, Anelisiwe Cimi, Tafadzwa Mukasi
31 October 2022

Original Research

 
The impact of colonial and contemporary land policies on climate change adaptation in Zimbabwe’s communal areas  
Trymore Maganga, Catherine Conrad Suso
28 October 2022

Original Research

 
Agency-driven and community-driven impact in livelihood recovery: Beneficiaries stories  
Eko T. Paripurno, Gandar Mahojwala, Galih Prabaswara, Sabrina U. Khabibah
14 October 2022

Original Research

 
Flood risk perception, disaster preparedness and response in flood-prone urban communities of Rivers State  
Zelda A. Elum, Olanrewaju Lawal
29 September 2022

Original Research

 
Flood vulnerability and economic valuation of small and medium-sized enterprise owners to enhance sustainability  
Muzakar Isa, Ahmad Mardalis
28 September 2022

Original Research

 
Narratives of hospital health care professionals during the pandemic in the Northern Philippines: A phenomenological study  
Julius T. Capili, Lara Melissa G. Luis, Jay Emanuel L. Asuncion, Jennifer L. Luyun, Jake B. Canapi, Erwin L. Rimban
28 September 2022
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You are invited to submit a proposal for a new scholarly journal that AOSIS aims to publish. AOSIS will award one successful proposer with the funding necessary to start the publication in 2023. The proposer will also be eligible to join the journal's Editorial Board. Click here https://bit.ly/3UnhW6M to submit your proposal. Read more at https://bit.ly/3OU3l1S

 
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