This Man Feeds 1200 Orphans Every Month Through His Viral Food Channel.
Khwaja Moinuddin is a former journalist, who has worked with a prestigious Telugu channel and is now following his passion for making others happy with his culinary skills. From delicious curries to mouth-watering cakes, he makes everything in large quantities with a motive. Their motive behind large quantities is to feed as many kids as possible. And for that, they started approaching all sorts of orphanages in the city. Every month, they feed around 1200 kids of various orphanages. Initially, the idea was to feed a few street kids, but slowly it became a huge success with many children loving his food. To make all this possible, they post two to three videos every week on an average. For Moinuddin and his friends, it’s a 4-5 hours task to finish one video. During cooking, he makes sure to start the recipe from scratch and end with proper garnishing of the dish. According to Moinuddin and his friends, all the efforts put in making these videos look successful when they see the happiness on the faces of kids who happily relish the food at the end of every video. Moinuddin’s passion was bigger than his expenses and that is what drove his to leave a well-paid job and live his dream of making others happy. If you also have a passion, live it and feel the change. Credit: in the now.
Poverty deprives people of adequate education, health care and of life's most basic necessities- safe living conditions (including clean air and clean drinking water) and an adequate food supply. The developed (industrialized) countries today account for roughly 20 percent of the world's population but control about 80 percent of the world's wealth.
Poverty and pollution seem to operate in a vicious cycle that, so far, has been hard to break. Even in the developed nations, the gap between the rich and the poor is evident in their respective social and environmental conditions.