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One study was conducted in the hosted village of the cooperative of women producing hungry rice of Mandela in order to point out the manner of women to relay men in hungry rice cropping and to analyze how they manage this crop in the context of climate change. Information was collected with 50% of the cooperative members selected randomly. Tools used were historical profile, matrix of climate change and semi-structured interview. Results have shown men abandoning hungry rice cropping since thedoi:10.20546/ijcrbp.2018.501.002 fatcat:u4kb72r7f5cxra73gvmflfetdi