As we speak, millions of Norwegians are struggling to endure in a place so nipple-torturingly cold, each day's survival is considered a blessing. Luckily, well-meaning do-gooders across Africa are coming together to help—by shipping their radiators to the Scandinavian wasteland. Well, not really. Radi-Aid is actually a cleverly named spoof on the many African aid programs that often come out at Christmas time, when pop stars feel obliged to do their yearly charity work. Created by the Norwegian Students' and Academics' International Assistance Fund, the Radi-Aid parody charity is an effort to get people talking about the positive developments in Africa and not just the media’s portrayal of an entire continent stricken by poverty and disease.