One Man Provided Food For 170,000 Flood Victims In India [Watch]
Food scarcity is a huge epidemic throughout the world, and oftentimes those it affects increases when natural disasters hit. One such area that was impacted was Chennai, India, when a deluge worse than any recorded in the last 100 years hit the city during monsoon season.
After being trapped in his own flooded house for a day, Santhosh Muruganantha, a restaurant owner, knew that others were worse off than his family and likely did not have access to food. Fortunately, food is one thing that Muruganantha had a plethora of at that moment, so he began cooking non-stop to put together food boxes and send them out to victims in need.