Jàmbá: 2019 Volume 11 No 1
- Disaster risk reduction in Iraq / Al-Shamsi, MTM
- Adapting to climate change: reflections of peasant farmers in Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe / Mashizha, TM
- Application of the force-field technique to drought vulnerability analysis: a phenomenological approach / Hlalele, BM
- Community-based approach for a flood preparedness plan in Malaysia / Shariff, NM; Hamidi, ZS
- Exploring the use of experiential learning in promoting the integration of disaster risk reduction into primary school curriculum: a case of Botswana / Mutasa, S; Coetzee, C
- Are cash transfers the panacea to local involvement in humanitarian decision-making? Evidence from World Vision projects in Umzingwane / Ndlovu, T; Ndlovu, S
- Challenges faced by rural people in mitigating the effects of climate change in the Mazungunye communal lands, Zimbabwe / Nyahunda, L; Tirivangasi, HM
- The impact of disasters and terrorism on the stock market / Tavor, T; Teitler-Regev, S
- Following the footsteps: Urbanisation of Wa Municipality and its synergism in risk accumulation, uncertainties and complexities in urban Ghana / Martin Oteng-Ababio; George Owusu; Divine M. Asafo
- Natural hazard mitigation strategies review: Actor–network theory and the eco-based approach understanding in Zimbabwe / Anyway Katanha; Danny Simatele
- Ecological vulnerability indicators to drought: case of communal farmers in Eastern Cape, South Africa / Andries Jordaan; Yonas T. Bahta; Boitumelo Phatudi-Mphahlele
- Cities and floods: a pragmatic insight into the determinants of households’ coping strategies to floods in informal Accra, Ghana / Kwaku Owusu Twum; Mohammed Abubakari
- The implications of population growth and climate change on sustainable development in Bangladesh / Md Sanaul H. Mondal
- Here comes the water: risk assessments, observation and knowledge of Ompundja village / Loide Shaamhula; Gert van Rooy
- Using geographic information system to evaluate land use and land cover affected by flooding in Adamawa State, Nigeria / Salihu D. Musa; Terwase Shabu
- Linking risk communication and sustainable climate change action: a conceptual framework / Tom E. Volenzo; John O. Odiyo
- An assessment of food-security-related articles and lessons learnt from Zimbabwe: a critical analysis / Tapiwa Muzerengi; Ernest Khalema
- Conflict or consensus? Re-examining crime and disaster / Bethany L. van Brown
- Drivers for coping with flood hazards: beyond the analysis of single cases / Roland A. Balgah; Henry N. Bang; Salliana A. Fondo
- Climate adaptation in the public health sector in Africa: evidence from United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change National Communications / Godwell Nhamo; Shepherd Muchuru
- Considering flood risk in spatial development planning: a land use conflict analysis approach / Dirk P. Cilliers
- Participatory capacities and vulnerabilities assessment: towards the realisation of community-based early warning system for deep-seated landslides / Brian A.L. Gumiran; Fatima M. Moncada; Harianne J. Gasmen; Nathalie R. Boyles-Panting; Renato U. Solidum
- Disability and disaster risk reduction as an incongruent matrix: lessons from rural Zimbabwe / Wilfred Lunga; Paradzayi Pathias Bongo; Dewald van Niekerk; Charles Musarurwa
- Impact of climate change on primary agriculture, water sources and food security in Western Cape, South Africa / Elliot M. Zwane
- Impacts of flood disasters in Nigeria: a critical evaluation of health implications and management / Caroline C. Olanrewaju; Munyaradzi Chitakira; Oludolapo A. Olanrewaju; Elretha Louw
- Erratum: vulnerability of Southern Afar pastoralists to climate variability and change, Ethiopia / Muluken Fenta; Andries Jordaan; Yoseph Melka
- Asset vulnerability analytical framework and systems thinking as a twin methodology for highlighting factors that undermine efficient food production / Eromose E. Ebhuoma; Mulala D. Simatele; Henry B. Tantoh; Felix K. Donkor
- Vulnerability of growing cities to solid waste-related environmental hazards: the case of Mthatha, South Africa / Vuyayo Tsheleza; Simbarashe Ndhleve; Hlekani M. Kabiti; Christopher M. Musampa; Motebang D.V. Nakin
- Beyond the plan: how land use control practices influence flood risk in Sekondi-Takoradi / Jerry C. Tasantab
- Measuring social vulnerability to natural hazards at the district level in Botswana / Kakanyo F. Dintwa; Gobopamang Letamo; Kannan Navaneetham
- Sustainability of food production support services offered by Sustainable Agriculture Trust to subsistence farmers in Bikita District, Zimbabwe / Norman Chivasa
- An exploration of the tractability of the objectivist frame of disaster risk in policy implementation in Zimbabwe / Paul Chipangura; Dewald van Niekerk; Gerrit van der Waldt
- Traditional knowledge system in disaster risk reduction: exploration, acknowledgement and proposition / Pribat Rai; Vimal Khawas
- Communities’ perceptions of health hazards induced by climate change in Mount Darwin district, Zimbabwe / Alice Ncube; Margaret Tawodzera
- Fundamentals of safety hazards: a scientific perspective / Elriza Esterhuyzen; Leonie B. Louw
- Greenhouse gas emissions as sustainability indicators in agricultural sectors’ adaptation to climate change: policy implications / Tom E. Volenzo; John O. Odiyo; John Obiri
- Earthquake loss estimation of residential buildings in Bantul regency, Indonesia / Mohamad F.N. Aulady; Toshio Fujimi
- Household disaster management capacities in disaster prone II area of Mt. Slamet / Diah S. Dewanti; Dusadee Ayuwat; Sekson Yongvanit
- Application of livelihood vulnerability index to assess risks for farmers in the Sukoharjo Regency and Klaten Regency, Indonesia / Suryanto Suryanto; Aulia Rahman
- Flood risk reduction in the northern coast of Central Java Province, Indonesia: an application of stakeholder’s analysis / Muzakar Isa; Akhmad Fauzi; Indah Susilowati
- Small business success: identifying safety hazards and safety risks / Elriza Esterhuyzen; Leonie B. Louw
- Training on modified model of programme for enhancement of emergency response flood preparedness based on the local wisdom of Jambi community / Andi Subandi; Syahirul Alim; Fitri Haryanti; Yayi S. Prabandari
- Private water distribution as a potential everyday risk: the case of Goba, Dar es Salaam / Tumpale Sakijege
- How to improve public participation in disaster risk management: a case study of Buein Zahra, a small city in Iran / Mojtaba Valibeigi; Majid Feshari; Fatemeh Zivari; Artemis Motamedi
- Flood vulnerability level analysis as a hydrological disaster mitigation effort in Krueng Jreue Sub-Watershed, Aceh Besar, Indonesia / Helmi Helmi; Hairul Basri; Sufardi Sufardi; Helmi Helmi
- Estimating damage costs of flooding on small- and medium-sized enterprises in Kigali, Rwanda / Aime Tsinda; Christian Kind; Janto S. Hess; Roger Mugisha; Alfred R. Bizoza
- Accessing seasonal weather forecasts and drought prediction information for rural households in Chirumhanzu district, Zimbabwe / Mashoko S. Grey
- The contribution of small-scale rural irrigation schemes towards food security of smallholder farmers in Zimbabwe / Smart Mhembwe; Newman Chiunya; Ernest Dube
- The role of traditional leadership in disaster management and disaster risk governance: a case of Ugu District Municipality by-laws / Nonhlanhla A. Zamisa; Sybert Mutereko
- Coping with drought: reflection of communal cattle farmers in Umzingwane district in Zimbabwe / Thabo Ndlovu
- Small grain production as an adaptive strategy to climate change in Mangwe District, Matabeleland South in Zimbabwe / Tapiwa Muzerengi; Happy M. Tirivangasi
- Factors influencing the resilience of smallholder livestock farmers to agricultural drought in South Africa: implication for adaptive capabilities / Ringetani Maltou; Yonas T. Bahta
- Monitoring droughts in Eswatini: a spatiotemporal variability analysis using the Standard Precipitation Index / Daniel H. Mlenga; Andries J. Jordaan
- Frequency analysis of agricultural drought of maize in Sabie River catchment in South Africa / Eric M. Masereka; George M. Ochieng; Jacques Snyman
- Indigenous knowledge approach in maintaining a livelihood in the face of disastrous climate change: case of drought in Msinga villages, KwaZulu-Natal / Joseph R. Rukema; Beatrice S.Umubyeyi
- Is the Indonesian disaster response budget correlated with disaster risk? / Heru Fahlevi; Mirna Indriani; Rina S. Oktari
- Household disaster awareness and preparedness: a case study of flood hazards in Asamankese in the West Akim Municipality of Ghana / Frank J. Glago1
- Integrating Standard Precipitation Index and Normalised Difference Vegetation Index for near-real-time drought monitoring in Eswatini / Daniel H. Mlenga; Andries J. Jordaan; Brian Mandebvu
Integrating Standard Precipitation Index and Normalised Difference Vegetation Index for near-real-time drought monitoring in Eswatini (OASIS, 2019)Eswatini, as the rest of southern Africa, is being frequented by drought over the last decade, and modelling experts are predicting that drought years will become more and severe. The expected increase in extreme climatic ...
Household disaster awareness and preparedness: a case study of flood hazards in Asamankese in the West Akim Municipality of Ghana (OASIS, 2019)Increasing disasters and their associated devastating impacts on society have called into question the capacity of countries to address disaster occurrences. Hitherto, primary disaster management institutions have addressed ...
(OASIS, 2019)This study investigates the correlation between disaster budget, index of disaster risks and the population of 23 districts in the Aceh province, northern Indonesia. It also explores how the budget for disasters is proposed ...
Indigenous knowledge approach in maintaining a livelihood in the face of disastrous climate change: case of drought in Msinga villages, KwaZulu-Natal (OASIS, 2019)The aim of this study is to explore and examine the ways of maintaining livelihoods of communities in the face of extreme climatic conditions using indigenous knowledge systems. Special attention was paid to drought ...
(OASIS, 2019)In the past, Kigali has frequently experienced heavy rain events. These have often led to flooding, which also affected businesses. In the face of climate change, such events can become more frequent and can threaten ...
Flood vulnerability level analysis as a hydrological disaster mitigation effort in Krueng Jreue Sub-Watershed, Aceh Besar, Indonesia (OASIS, 2019)The flood phenomenon in the Krueng Jreue Sub-Watershed, Aceh Besar, Indonesia, in recent years indicates biophysical damage to the land. Floods are influenced by factors from biophysical conditions of the land and high ...
How to improve public participation in disaster risk management: a case study of Buein Zahra, a small city in Iran (OASIS, 2019)Identifying and providing basic solutions using a collaborative approach in earthquake stricken cities of Iran has not yet been addressed. This article focuses on an area of practice and views disaster risk management from ...
(OASIS, 2019)A large number of peri-urban settlements in developing countries, including Goba in Tanzania, fall short of government supplied water. The inability of the Government to budget and prioritise its budget poses a serious ...
Training on modified model of programme for enhancement of emergency response flood preparedness based on the local wisdom of Jambi community (OASIS, 2019)The community’s role during a disaster within the first 24–72 hours before having government’s aid is crucial in making the condition under control in a timely manner. Disaster management institution, especially at local ...
(OASIS, 2019)The establishment and growth of the small businesses in South Africa is of vital importance for economic stability and progress in the economy. A key small business management skill comprises occupational health and safety ...
Flood risk reduction in the northern coast of Central Java Province, Indonesia: an application of stakeholder’s analysis (OASIS, 2019)The northern coast of Central Java Province, Indonesia, is considered as the critical area of flooding. The area always suffers from flooding because of heavy rainfall and/or sea level rise. Flooding brings a lot of ...
Application of livelihood vulnerability index to assess risks for farmers in the Sukoharjo Regency and Klaten Regency, Indonesia (OASIS, 2019)This research tried to compare the level of farmers’ livelihood vulnerability to flooding in Sukoharjo and Klaten. Farmers are the most susceptible caused by climate change. The data used in this research are primary data, ...
(OASIS, 2019)Disaster prone II in Mt. Slamet, Indonesia presents the highest risk for human settlement. To live in this natural disaster-prone area, specific household characteristics are essential. Household capitals and transformation ...
(OASIS, 2019)Bantul regency in 2006 had experienced considerable earthquake and suffered many casualties. The factors such as high population density and lack of seismic design of residential buildings in Bantul besides its location ...
Greenhouse gas emissions as sustainability indicators in agricultural sectors’ adaptation to climate change: policy implications (OASIS, 2019)Effective adaptation action to climate change requires a balance between reducing vulnerabilities and managing risks. However, in most adaptation actions, risks such as greenhouse gas emissions, and those that impose ...
(OASIS, 2019)Current theory on safety hazards and the origin of safety risk is often unstructured, misleading and ambiguous. Essentially, it is ambiguous, as definitions and descriptions refrain from stating a formal common basis upon ...
(OASIS, 2019)This article assesses the socio-economic coping and adaptation mechanisms employed by sub-Saharan African migrant women in South Africa using a survey and multi-attribute contingent ratings. The socio-economic and adaptation ...
Communities’ perceptions of health hazards induced by climate change in Mount Darwin district, Zimbabwe (OASIS, 2019)Climate change contributes toward many global challenges, such as increases in diseases in some communities, thereby accelerating health hazards to disasters. Establishing the extent to which local communities understand ...
Traditional knowledge system in disaster risk reduction: exploration, acknowledgement and proposition (OASIS, 2019)The last 60 years have witnessed advanced technological innovation for disaster risk reduction (DRR) with the invention of high-resolution satellite imagery, digital cartography and modern engineering building techniques ...
An exploration of the tractability of the objectivist frame of disaster risk in policy implementation in Zimbabwe (OASIS, 2019)Despite the growing evidence pointing towards disaster risk as a social construction, the objectivist frame still dominates the conceptual frameworks constructed around disaster risk in Zimbabwe. As disasters continue to ...