Heartbreak. Chaos. Mayhem. Hope?
It's the biggest adventure in the aid worldand by far the toughest. JOSHUA HAMMER takes a hard look at the relief effort in the war-torn nation of Chad, where rebels stage their raids on neighboring Darfur and the humanitarian fallout has become the worst show on earth.
Chad's Humanitarian Fallout
Outside Magazine offers free photo galleries. See the best in outdoor and travel photography, featuring top pictures of the humanitarian fallout in Chad.
Gallery: Refugees in Chad
Marco di Lauro photographs the relief effort in the war-torn nation of Chad.
When Greg Carr decided to help restore the greatest wildlife park in Mozambique, he didn't just send a check. He traded his suits for shorts and Boston for the savanna. And what he's accomplished in just four years at Gorongosa is one of the unlikeliestand most hopefulstories in Africa.
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Seven Days in the Desert
DEAN KARNAZES talks about racing in the most extreme conditions on earth.
Can you suggest a great African safari?
Almost fifteen years after the genocide, tiny Rwanda is suddenly a hot adventure destination, the new darling of multinational investors, and, says mountain-bike legend Tom Ritchey, one extra-long bicycle short of a comeback
Rwanda: Wooden Bike Classic
An annual bike festival designed to increase awareness of Rwanda as a tourism and cycling destination, as well as promote the development of an eco-tourism industry. Cyclists from all over Africa, the U.S. and Europe have participated.
Rwanda's Wooden Bike Classic
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