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Communities’ perceptions of health hazards induced by climate change in Mount Darwin district, Zimbabwe
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 ...
Adapting to climate change: reflections of peasant farmers in Mashonaland West Province of Zimbabwe
Climate change is projected to have negative impacts on agricultural production in sub-Saharan Africa and this is likely to continue for decades, unless adaptation measures are implemented. The changing climate is a global ...
Challenges faced by rural people in mitigating the effects of climate change in the Mazungunye communal lands, Zimbabwe
The phenomenon of climate change is one of the most contested and debated concepts globally. Some governments still deny the existence of climate change and its impact on rural–urban areas around the world. However, the ...
Disability and disaster risk reduction as an incongruent matrix: lessons from rural Zimbabwe
The policy thrust of disaster risk reduction initiatives is in many instances tailored towards able-bodied people. This is at the expense of those challenged in many facets such as physically, mentally and other forms of ...