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Exploring the determinants of disaster and climate resilience building in Zimbabwe’s rural communities

With the burgeoning threats from natural hazards and extreme weather events driven by climate change in every section and sector of society, building resilience against disasters and risks posed by climate change has become an unescapable discourse. The study’s main thrust is to establish the determinants of resilience building in Zimbabwe’s rural communities. The study adopted the qualitative constructivist grounded theory approach in conjunction with participatory action research to gain insights from community members and traditional leaders.

Nyahunda, Louis; David Nemakonde, Livhuwani; Khoza, Sizwile

Language: English
Published By: Natural Hazards
Published date: April 2024

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