Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies

Collection description

  • Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies is a trans-disciplinary publication in the field of Disaster Risk Reduction, aimed at serving as a platform for discussion and debate in this relatively new study field. It aims to engage, inform, and catalyse scholarly discourse within research and real–world practices that work towards the minimisation of vulnerabilities and disaster risks throughout developing communities with special emphasis on Africa. The intended focus of Jàmbá (meaning disaster in Yoruba) is on the African continent but also welcomes related articles from other regions.





165 documents
Tapiwa Muzerengi et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Lawrence Okwuosa et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Faith R. Chidavaenzi et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Shingirai S. Mugambiwa (Jan 1, 2021)
Lukuba N. Sweya et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Fikre Destaw et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Abdullateef Bako et al. (Jan 1, 2021)
Xolisile G. Ngumbela et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Blessing Mucherera et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Prawira Yudha Pratama et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Tamirat W. Melore et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Everson Ndlovu et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Furqan I. Aksa et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Ernest L. Molua et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Osamuede Odiase et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Louis G. Lategan et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Bachir Benfarhat et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Chris W. Callaghan et al. (Jan 1, 2020)
Daniel H. Mlenga et al. (Jan 1, 2019)
John Odiyo et al. (Jan 1, 2019)