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Honduras is a land rich in natural resources, strategically located as a passage for international trade and migration, and with a young population for labor, but the Honduran people have never been able to enjoy the wealth of their own land. Foreign intervention and a corrupt national elite have exploited the land and the people, thereby weakening democratic institutions. Today 74% of the population lives in poverty and in the countryside many people live in extreme poverty. 86% of women do not even own the land they work.

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