Jàmbá: 2021 Volume 13 No 1
- The synergistic relationship between Amartya Sen entitlement theory and the systems theory in developing a food security implementation model in Matabeleland South Province, Zimbabwe / Muzerengi, Tapiwa; Khalema, Ernest N.; Zivenge, Emmanuel
- Simple rules and self-organisation : a complex systems’ perspective on South Africa’s COVID-19 response / Coetzee, Christo
- Erratum : COVID-19 home remedies and myths becoming a hazardous health infodemic? / Kunguma, Olivia
- Tool development to measure the resilience of water supply systems in Tanzania : economic dimension / Sweya, Lukuba N. ; Wilkinson, Suzanne
- Climate change adaptation strategies and their predictors amongst rural farmers in Ambassel district, Northern Ethiopia / Destaw, Fikre ; Fenta, Muluken M.
- Spatial knowledge and flood preparedness in Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria / Bako, Abdullateef ; Ojolowo, Saeed K.
- Household survival and resilience to food insecurity through the drip irrigation scheme in dry rural areas / Chidavaenzi, Faith R. ; Mazenda, Adrino ; Ndlovu, Ntobeko
- The post-war era in Nigeria and the resilience of Igbo communal system / Okwuosa, Lawrence ; Nwaoga, Chinyere T. ; Uroko, Favour
- Evoking the epistemology of climate governance through indigenous knowledge systems for sustainable development in rural Zimbabwe / Mugambiwa1, Shingirai S.
- Participation of communal cattle farmers in drought risk reduction in Southern Zimbabwe / Ndlovu, Thabo ; Belle, Johannes ; Silengo, Mitulo
- Vulnerability of rural households to climate-induced shocks in Lokka Abaya district, Sidama zone, southern Ethiopia / Mekuyie, Muluken
- A system dynamics approach for understanding community resilience to disaster risk / Onyeagoziri, Onyekachi J. ; Shaw, Corrinne ; Ryan, Tom
- ‘Too many mice make no lining for their nest’ – Reasons and effects of parallel governmental structures for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation in Southern Africa / Becker, Per ; Hagelsteen, Magnus ; Abrahamsson, Marcus
- Perception of agricultural drought resilience in South Africa : a case of smallholder livestock farmers / Bahta, Yonas T.
- Disaster resilient village-based approach to disaster risk reduction policy in Indonesia : a regulatory analysis / Arifin, Saru ; Wicaksono, Sonny S. ; Sumarto, Slamet ; Martitah, Martitah ; Sulistianingsih, Dewi
- Impact of retrofitting work on vulnerability reduction of local buildings in Kabul, Afghanistan / Mohammadi, Mohsen ; Fujimi, Toshio
- Psychological capital and climate change adaptation : empirical evidence from smallholder farmers in South Africa / Chipfupa, Unity ; Tagwi, Aluwani ; Wale, Edilegnaw
- Death in worship places : evaluating the roles of religious organisations and state governments in reducing the risks of religious disaster / Van Coller, Helena ; Akinloye, Idowu A.
- Effect of health belief model on flood-risk educational approach among elementary school children in Malaysia / Azmi, Ezza S. ; How, Vivien ; Rahman, Haliza Abdul
- The role of community protection institution in disaster management at West Java, Indonesia / Indrayani, Etin ; Wasistiono, Sadu
- Exploring safety in disaster-induced displacement relocation site schools in Tokwe-Mukosi, Zimbabwe / Chidarikire, Munyaradzi ; Hlalele, Dipane ; Tarisayi, Kudzayi S.
- Managing health disasters and Civil–Military Cooperation : a case of COVID-19 in Pakistan / Jabbar, Rabeea ; Makki, Muhammad
- Key elements of disaster mitigation education in inclusive school setting in the Indonesian context / Rofiah, Nurul H. ; Kawai, Norimune ; Hayati, Elli Nur
- ‘Local community-based disaster management’ the transformation of religious and local wisdom values in preparation to deal with natural hazards in West Sumatra, Indonesia / Rozi, Syafwan ; Ritonga, Abdul R. ; Januar, Januar
- COVID-19 disaster response : South African disaster managers’ faith in mandating legislation tested? / Kunguma, Olivia ; Ncube, Alice ; Mokhele, Mosekama O.
- Investigating the prevention and mitigatory role of risk communication in the COVID-19 pandemic : a case study of Bloemfontein, South Africa / Kunguma, Olivia ; Mokhele, Mosekama O. ; Coetzee, Mercia
- Interfacing vector-borne disease dynamics with climate change : implications for the attainment of SDGs in Masvingo city, Zimbabwe / Chapungu, Lazarus ; Nhamo, Godwell
- Tackling climate change through craft development : the case of rural women in uPhongolo Local Municipality / Nzama, Antonia T.
- Knowledge creation elements for enhancing community resilience towards disaster : a Delphi study / Oktari, Rina S. ; Munadi, Khairul ; Idroes, Rinaldi ; Sofyan, Hizir ; Latuamury, Bokiraiya
- Impact of fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) (J.E. Smith) on small-scale maize farmers and its control strategies in the Limpopo province, South Africa / Makgoba, Mankwana C. ; Tshikhudo, Phumudzo P. ; Nnzeru, Livhuwani R. ; Makhado, Rudzani A.
- Impact of women’s participation on village savings and loan on children’s nutritional diversity in rural Chimanimani in Zimbabwe / Mbiro, Kudakwashe A. ; Ndlovu, Thabo
- The impact of disasters on economic growth in selected Southern Africa development community countries / Owusu-Sekyere, Emmanuel ; Ilunga, Wilfred ; Karuaihe, Selma T.
- How is COVID-19 perceived by medical students? A survey in Aceh province, Indonesia / Oktari, Rina S. ; Detiro, Muhammad D. ; Rahman, Safrizal
- Comic worksheets for integrated disaster risk reduction learning in the subject of Geography / Yani, Ahmad
- Private companies and community collaboration : towards building disaster resilience in Diepsloot, Johannesburg, South Africa / Bopape, Modiegi ; Nemakonde, Livhuwani D. ; Fourie, Kristel
- From the Cyclone Idai disaster to the COVID-19 pandemic : an account of inadvertent social capital enhancement in Eastern Chimanimani, Zimbabwe / Chingombe, Wisemen ; Musarandega, Happwell
- Climate change adaptation strategies and production efficiency : the case of citrus farmers in the Limpopo province, South Africa / Joseph, Samuel ; Antwi, Michael A. ; Chagwiza, Clarietta ; Rubhara, Theresa T.
- Role of frequency modulation radio in disaster communication : a case study of Pakistan earthquake / Rahman, Syed I. ; Sial, Nauman ; Moazzam, Saniya
- Quantifying the nutritional and income loss caused by crop raiding in a rural African subsistence farming community in South Africa / Raphela, Tlou D. ; Pillay, Neville
- The impact of climate change on visitor destination selection : a case study of the Central Drakensberg Region in KwaZulu-Natal / Ngxongo, Nduduzo A.
- Erratum : COVID-19 home remedies and myths becoming a hazardous health infodemic? / Kunguma, Olivia
- Retraction notice to : ‘Monitoring droughts in Eswatini: A spatiotemporal variability analysis using the Standard Precipitation Index’, Jàmbá: Journal of Disaster Risk Studies 11(1), a725 / Mlenga, Daniel H. ; Jordaan, Andries J. ; Mandebvu, Brian
The impact of climate change on visitor destination selection : a case study of the Central Drakensberg Region in KwaZulu-Natal (OASIS, 2021)Many variables influence visitors’ destination choices, for example, affordability, attractions, health and safety, and expectancies. Amongst the indirect influences in destination choice by tourists, climate change is ...
Quantifying the nutritional and income loss caused by crop raiding in a rural African subsistence farming community in South Africa (OASIS, 2021)Globally, crop damage by wildlife contributes to food insecurity through the direct loss of food and income. We investigated the calories lost and the potential economic impact of crop raiding at subsistence homesteads ...
Role of frequency modulation radio in disaster communication : a case study of Pakistan earthquake (OASIS, 2021)Pakistan suffered from a massive earthquake in October 2005 that caused the deaths of more than 87 000 people. As a result of this calamity, around 3.5 million affected people had no access to information. In these ...
Climate change adaptation strategies and production efficiency : the case of citrus farmers in the Limpopo province, South Africa (OASIS, 2021)Climate change adaptation policies and strategies have inevitably become an integral component of agricultural production on a global scale. The evaluative extent to which these adaptation techniques have influenced ...
From the Cyclone Idai disaster to the COVID-19 pandemic : an account of inadvertent social capital enhancement in Eastern Chimanimani, Zimbabwe (OASIS, 2021)Zimbabwe suffered a devastating meteorological disaster when Cyclone Idai affected the southeast part of the country in March 2019. Barely a year after the cyclonic event, the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic ...
Private companies and community collaboration : towards building disaster resilience in Diepsloot, Johannesburg, South Africa (OASIS, 2021)The responsibility for building community resilience cannot and should not rest with the public sector alone. It requires all sectors to collaborate for the benefit of the entire community. Specifically, it is important ...
(OASIS, 2021)Indonesian students have limited visual learning capacity. Low literacy of such students has gained the researcher’s attention in developing their literacy through comic worksheets. The researcher created comic worksheets ...
(OASIS, 2021)The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has burdened the health system and medical education programmes both locally and globally, requiring medical students to continue their education whilst engaging in prevention ...
The impact of disasters on economic growth in selected Southern Africa development community countries (OASIS, 2021)This research study explores the impact of disasters on economic growth in selected Southern Africa Development Community countries. Annual data from 2005 to 2019 and panel data econometric estimation techniques are used ...
Impact of women’s participation on village savings and loan on children’s nutritional diversity in rural Chimanimani in Zimbabwe (OASIS, 2021)The prevalence of malnutrition in children below the age of 5 years in rural Zimbabwe, resulting from low income and the inability to meet food and medical expenses, marks huge disparities between rich and poor households. ...
Impact of fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) (J.E. Smith) on small-scale maize farmers and its control strategies in the Limpopo province, South Africa (OASIS, 2021)South Africa experienced major outbreaks of fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) (J.E. Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), causing direct damage by feeding on both vegetative and reproductive parts of host plant. The study ...
(OASIS, 2021)Knowledge capacity plays a vital role in building community resilience to disasters. However, the problem is that there is no resilience framework that integrates the knowledge creation process. This article introduces ...
Exploring safety in disaster-induced displacement relocation site schools in Tokwe-Mukosi, Zimbabwe (OASIS, 2021)The victims of the Tokwe-Mukosi disaster-induced displacements in Zimbabwe were relocated to Chingwizi, Chisase and Masangula. This qualitative article explores the safety of learners in Tokwe-Mukosi disaster-induced ...
(OASIS, 2021)This research aimed to establish a mechanism of evolution of community protection, identify the support of facilities and infrastructure needed in facilitating the implementation of the tasks and functions of Linmas, ...
Effect of health belief model on flood-risk educational approach among elementary school children in Malaysia (OASIS, 2021)Worsening climatic conditions can subsequently lead to the frequent occurrence of unpredictable natural disasters. The early-life educational approach is one of the non-structural mitigations in disaster management, which ...
Death in worship places : evaluating the roles of religious organisations and state governments in reducing the risks of religious disaster (OASIS, 2021)The numbers of accidents and disasters resulting in injury and death of the faithful in religious buildings in many parts of the world are on the increase in recent years. Interestingly, the citizens of the countries ...
Psychological capital and climate change adaptation : empirical evidence from smallholder farmers in South Africa (OASIS, 2021)There are calls for better empirical models to inform climate change adaptation in smallholder agriculture. Hitherto adaptation studies have failed to comprehensively integrate non-cognitive behavioural factors (e.g. ...
(OASIS, 2021)Rapid urbanisation of Afghan cities without proper construction regulation has exposed their population to a high risk of damage from disasters such as earthquakes. With the growing construction of local non-engineered ...