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    Over 3,000 adults trained as ICC coaches.
  • Bowling AIDS out of Africa
    Bowling AIDS out of Africa Linking cricket to HIV/AIDS awareness.
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    Volunteer now We are looking for volunteers, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn.
  • Over 130,000 children
    Over 130,000 children coached in 9 African countries since 2005.

CWB is looking for a new Country Manager to continue its work in Kenya.

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Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is looking for a new Country Manager (CM) to continue its work in Kenya.

The volunteer role involves planning projects in partnership with the national cricket association.

The Kenya CM will also be responsible for supporting CWB’s Ambassadors, the local coaches paid by CWB to deliver coaching and HIV/AIDS awareness in between trips.

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CWB join forces with 28 Too Many and the Maasai Cricket Warriors to help fight FGM

Today (February 6) is the International Day of Zero Tolerance to Female Genital Mutiliation (FGM) and CWB is marking the event by formally announcing our first ever project focussing on the issue.

On February 15 a team of our volunteers and partners 28 Too Many head to Kenya where they will work with the Maasai Cricket Warriors to raise awareness of the practice.

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CWB needs you - recruitment window for Autumn 2015 and Spring 2016 is now open

Last year Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) coached 50,000 children and trained over 500 adults as coaches in Africa.

Now we are looking for enthusiastic volunteers help them continue developing cricket and raising HIV/AIDS awareness on projects in Autumn 2015 and Spring 2016.

CWB is returning to Cameroon, Botswana, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda  and we want to hear from people from all backgrounds, whether you are a qualified cricket coach or not.

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Watch clips of CWB in action and also interviews explaining how we use cricket to deliver positive HIV/AIDS messages

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England spinner Holly Colvin recently returned from a two week project

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During the trip Holly was part of a seven-strong team that coached more than 3000 children and trained over 50 new coaches.

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Maasai Cricket Warriors

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One of Cricket Without Boundaries major success stories, the Maasai Cricket Warriors are to be the subject of a fantastic documentary, directed by Barney Douglas (Swanny's diaries) and with the help of executive producer Jimmy Anderson.

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Daily reports from Africa

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Find out what happens on a 2 week CWB trip by following our projects blogs.

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Our Blogs

Uganda Spring 2015

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22nd Feb- 9th Mar
The team are currently in country, keep up to date with the latest from their blog.
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Cameroon Spring 2015

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1st - 15th Feb
The team are currently in country, keep up to date with the latest from their blog.
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Rwanda Spring 2015

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1st - 15th Feb
Keep up to date with the latest project in Rwanda.
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Kenya Spring 2015

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15th - 22nd Feb
Keep up to date with the latest project in Kenya.
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Botswana Autumn 2014

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4th - 18th October
Keep up to date with the latest project in Botswana.
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About CWB

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Cricket Without Boundaries (CWB) is a UK cricket development and AIDS awareness charity. It is run almost entirely by the dedication and enthusiasm of its volunteers. Since its formation in 2005 CWB has become one of the world's leading Cricket Development and AIDS awareness charities. It is dedicated to helping, educating and developing local communities around the world through the spread and growth of cricket.

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Volunteer now

We are looking for general sports enthusiasts, qualified or unqualified, for projects in spring and autumn. Each project will require 2 weeks to be spent in Africa and a weekend of training in the UK before departure. ​The projects will include working with local schools, delivery of HIV / Aids awareness messages, training local people as coaches, umpires and scorers and acting as a representative of CWB.