Eight-year-old Huma regarded her box as being not for herself alone but for her entire family.
Soft toys and a pink blanket for her baby sister. Soap for her dad. Toys and hairbands for herself. And a toothbrush and paste to be shared by everyone.
Her parents are farm workers in northeast Pakistan and between them earn little more than £6 per day. Huma’s desire is to go to school – she would love to learn to read and write.