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Producción fotográfica realizada en Honduras por el artista y reportero gráfico argentino Rodrigo Abd, cedida especialmente a Cuadernos de Crisis / purochamuyo.com para homenajear a la líder social, política, femenina y campesina Berta Cáceres Flores, asesinada en Honduras el 3 de marzo de 2016. Todos los derechos de las imágenes y los textos pertenecen a Rodrigo Abd.

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Gerson Sarai Melgar, 3, rests in a hammock inside his house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Gerson Sarai Melgar, 3, rests in a hammock inside his house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 6, 2012 photo, Ramon Mundia, 60, eats watermelon next to his makeshift house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 6, 2012 photo, Ramon Mundia, 60, eats watermelon next to his makeshift house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, children attend a class in a makeshift classroom in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, children attend a class in a makeshift classroom in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a boy draws in a blackboard during a class of political formation for the villagers in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a boy draws in a blackboard during a class of political formation for the villagers in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Enrique Martinez,17, patrols in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Enrique Martinez,17, patrols in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, Axel collects oil palm fruits inside a horse-drawn cart in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, Axel collects oil palm fruits inside a horse-drawn cart in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a boy walks next to palm trees cut by villagers to built new homes in those areas in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a boy walks next to palm trees cut by villagers to built new homes in those areas in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, women wait for a truck to carry them to work in an african palm tree plantation in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, women wait for a truck to carry them to work in an african palm tree plantation in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 6, 2012 photo, women wash clothes in a river near "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 6, 2012 photo, women wash clothes in a river near "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Gerson Sarai Melgar, 3, blue shorts, and his brother Edwin Isidro Melgar, 6, rest after eating from a pot inside their house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, Gerson Sarai Melgar, 3, blue shorts, and his brother Edwin Isidro Melgar, 6, rest after eating from a pot inside their house in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a family eats dinner lit by candlelight in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 5, 2012 photo, a family eats dinner lit by candlelight in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, soldiers stand guard as taking part of the Xatruch military operation in Guadalupe Carmenes, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, soldiers stand guard as taking part of the Xatruch military operation in Guadalupe Carmenes, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, Elsia Acosta, 13, takes a break from cutting grass or "chapeando" the floors of african palm trees in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

In this May 7, 2012 photo, Elsia Acosta, 13, takes a break from cutting grass or "chapeando" the floors of african palm trees in "La Confianza" peasant model city, Bajo Aguan, Honduras. Peasants from MUCA (Movimiento Unificado Campesino del Bajo Aguan) occupied around 7000 sq meters of productive land close to the city of Tocoa in the Valley of Bajo Aguan, eastern coast of Honduras in December, 2009. They operate a comercial production of african palm and they also stablished what they call a "peasant model city" called "La Confianza" where more than 300 hundred families live. Since then an open conflict between them and the alleged owner of the land, Miguel Facussé, one of the most powerful businessmen in Honduras has left more than 60 people dead including peasants, security guards, a journalist and members of the Honduran national police. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd)

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