His name is Gamini. He woke up at 6am that morning to go and milk the buffalo, which belong to him and his uncle. Even though the family struggle to make ends meet, they’ve had to try to install cameras on their plot of land, to prevent theft of their cattle. Each morning, Gamini cycles for 15 minutes to the farm to do the milking – in itself a laborious job, as his left hand has been badly twisted since birth, and hangs limply by his chest. Each batch of curd depends on how much milk Gamani can get; the amount of milk depends on the amount of food the buffalo have, which is dependent on the amount of rainfall. So, during the dry period, they have no milk, which means no curd, which means no money.