In June 2016, Oscar Scafidi and Alfy Weston completed the first-ever source-to-mouth expedition along the Kwanza River in Angola. They used a 40-year-old foldable wooden kayak that they paddled and carried along the 1,300km journey. This trip retraced some of the steps of sixteenth-century English explorer Andrew Battel and recorded information on wildlife and human activity along the remote stretches of the river. So far they have raised over $25,000 for The Halo Trust Fund, an organization specializing in the removal of the debris of war, such as landmines. Their journey is currently being reviewed by Guinness World Records.(, 2016)

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