This documentary follows Muhammad Baksh and his trials and tribulations connected with the prosperity of his village, Adam Wala. In 2008 he was interviewed about flourishing practices of the villagers due to the sustainable livelihood project initiated by Oxfam in 2006. However, most was lost in the devastating floods. Come August 2010, and the pride and contentment of success changed to despair and helplessness. The interview after the calamitous floods reflects resilience alone is not enough to replace what has been lost. In the aftermath people make shelters their temporary homes. They are desperate for aid and resources, for rehabilitation and reconstruction so they can go back to their lands.