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Integrating Standard Precipitation Index and Normalised Difference Vegetation Index for near-real-time drought monitoring in Eswatini
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 ...
Monitoring droughts in Eswatini: a spatiotemporal variability analysis using the Standard Precipitation Index
The spatiotemporal analysis of drought is of great importance to Eswatini as the country has been facing recurring droughts with negative impacts on agriculture, the environment and the economy. In 2016, the country ...
Community led total sanitation for community based disaster risk reduction: A case for non-input humanitarian relief
(AOSIS Publishing, 2016)
Sanitation related diseases have become endemic in southern Africa resulting in increased sanitation and hygiene morbidity and mortality. The region has experienced 318 400 cases of cholera and diarrhoea outbreaks between ...
Integrated drought monitoring framework for Eswatini applying standardised precipitation index and normalised difference vegetation index
In the last decade, Eswatini has been affected by moderate to severe droughts, leading to huge impacts on the economic, environmental and societal sectors. The frequency and magnitude of drought have also increased, ...