Women, Family, and Disaster Journal is an open-access, annually peer-reviewed publication. Authors are invited to submit articles for publication; This journal discusses women, families, and disasters in the social and health spheres. Editorial articles are by invitation only. However, those received and found outstanding will be considered for publication. Other regular features within the journal include Original research (Quanitive, qualitative, mixed methods, and case report). Reviews (Meta-Analysis, Meta Synthesis, Systematic Review, Scoping Review, Narrative Review). All articles are professionally copyedited and typeset to ensure quality. Articles published in the Women, Family, and Disaster Journal are immediately made freely and permanently accessible online without any cost to readers. Also, there are no costs to authors (i.e., no submission or article processing charges).

About the Journal

Focus, Scope, and Objectives

The focus of the Women, Family, and Disaster Journal is on the topics of women, families, and disasters in the social and health contexts. The journal aims to provide a platform for researchers, practitioners, and academics to share knowledge, research findings, and thoughts related to these issues.

The scope of the journal encompasses various aspects related to women, families, and the impact of disasters. The topics covered include, but are not limited to, the role of women in disaster mitigation and response, women's and children's health in the context of disasters, the influence of disasters on families, psychosocial aspects of disaster resilience, post-disaster recovery, public policies related to disasters and families, as well as efforts to empower women and families in facing disasters.

The goal of the Women, Family, and Disaster Journal is to promote a better understanding of the impact of disasters on women and families and to advocate for sustainable and inclusive disaster management and recovery strategies. The journal also aims to facilitate collaboration among experts and practitioners in this field, with the hope of making a positive contribution to enhancing the sustainability and resilience of communities to disasters.