International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019)
Published papers: 1) Governmental Incentivization for SMEs’ Engagement in Disaster Resilience in Southeast Asia; 2) Natural Disasters in Turkey: Social and Economic Perspective; 3) Preparing International Joint Project: use of Japanese flood hazard map in Bangladesh; 4) Risk Perception of Building Fires in Belgrade; 5) Examining Stakeholder Participation in Social Stability Risk Assessment for Mega Projects using Network Analysis.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 1 No. 2 (2019)
Published papers: 1) Understanding the barriers restraining effective operation of flood early warning systems; 2) Earthquake preparedness: A Social Media Fit perspective to accessing and disseminating earthquake information; 3) Demographic, socio-economic and phycological perspective of risk perception from disasters caused by floods: case study Belgrade; 4) School-Community Collaboration: Disaster Preparedness towards Building Resilient Communities; 5) Disaster Governance and Community Resilience: The Law and the Role of SDMAs.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 2 No. 1 (2020)
Published papers: 1) Probabilistic rainfall thresholds for shallow landslides initiation – A case study from The Nilgiris district, Western Ghats, India; 2) Disasters and exemplified vulnerabilities in a cramped Public Health Infrastructure in India; 3) Private security preparedness for disasters caused by natural and anthropogenic hazards; 4) Environmental Planning for Disaster Risk Reduction at Kaduna International Airport, Kaduna Nigeria.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 2 No. 2 (2020)
Published papers: 1) Determinants of Residents' Participation in Disaster Risk Management in Lagos Metropolis Nigeria; 2) The Role of Al-Shifa Medical Complex Administration in Evacuation & Sheltering Planning; 3) Water crisis and adaptation strategies by tribal community: A case study in Baghaichari Upazila of Rangamati District in Bangladesh; 4) Indicator based assessment of integrated flood vulnerability index for Brunei Darussalam; 5) Innovative solutions for flood risk management.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 3 No. 1 (2021)
Published papers: 1) Flood Vulnerability Assessment by Flood Vulnerability Index (FVI) Method: A Study on Sirajganj Sadar Upazila; 2) Disaster management in Turkey: a spatial approach; 3) Indicators of Risk Assessment and Management in Infrastructure Projects in Palestine; 4) The role of the police in disasters caused by pandemic infectious diseases.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 3 No. 2 (2021)
Published papers: 1) Methodology for Building Automated Systems for Monitoring Engineering (Load-Bearing) Structures, and Natural Hazards to Ensure Comprehensive Safety of Buildings and Constructions; 2) Building resilience through local and international partnerships, Nigeria experiences; 3) Pharmacy response to natural disasters.
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 4 No. 1 (2022)
Published papers: 1) International experiences in sheltering the Syrian refugees in
Germany and Turkey; 2) Flood Research in Bangladesh and Future Direction:
an insight from last three decades; 3) Methodology for the risk monitoring of geological hazards for
buildings and structures; 4) Impact of 2016-2017 drought on household livestock assets and food security:
the case of pastoralists and agro-pastoralists in Borana zone, southern Ethiopia; 5) Earthquake risk perception in Belgrade: implications for disaster risk management
International Journal of Disaster Risk Management (IJDRM)Vol. 4 No. 2 (2022)
Published papers: 1) Disaster Risk Reduction Management Implementation in the Public Elementary Schools of the Department of Education, Philippines; 2) Level of coordination between the humanitarian and governmental organizations in Gaza Strip and its impact on the humanitarian interventions to the Internally Displaced People (IDPs) following May escalation 2021; 3) Remote Sensing and GIS Assessment of Domestic Fuel Energy Supply: A Threat to Global DRR Crusade in South-western Nigeria; 4) The Complacency of Flood Victims, Socio Economic Factors, and Effects and Vulnerabilities of Floods in Lower Kano Plains, Kisumu County, Kenya; 5) Seismic Vulnerability Assessment of Existing Buildings by Rapid Visual Screening Method: A Study on Ward 27 in Dhaka South City Corporation; 6) Resilience to natural disasters: A case study on southwestern region of coastal Bangladesh