While rival leaders in Honduras bicker over how to resolve the country's political crisis, Hondurans with no say in the stand off are suffering.
The international community has imposed an aid boycott in protest at Roberto Micheletti's overthrow of Manuel Zelaya.
And as Al Jazeera's Craig Mauro reports from the village of La Ceibita, it is hurting the poorest the most.
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