Konstantinos Polychronopoulos began ‘The Other Human,’ Social Kitchen in Athens, back in December 2011 after the economic crisis had already begun impacting the Greek homes. Since then, hundreds of people have approached his cooking pot, seeking not just food but company as well. “Food connects people, like when you sit at home and eat with your family. That`s the time when you speak and connect with each other. So, that`s what I decided to do,” he says. By eating together, they hope to help the poor feel dignified and respected.