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Sunday, 03 January 2021 10:27

Rwanda Ramble

No-one welcomed 2021 in quite the way they were expecting, but to help us kick-off our year we would like you to join us in celebrating the African countries that CWB works in and the Ambassadors that work there.

Thursday, 17 December 2020 19:52

Wrapping up 2020

With 2020 drawing to a close, it’s time to look back on a strange, challenging but in many ways positive year for Cricket Without Boundaries.

Wednesday, 11 November 2020 16:14

World AIDS Day Quiz

On World Aids Day, we would love you to join us for the evening to celebrate the work of our amazing Ambassadors and to test your wits in our quiz. 

Monday, 02 November 2020 12:53

Matt Quaife, Trustee, on why he joined CWB

I am passionate about my work as a health economist, helping evaluate programmes to prevent infectious diseases in low income settings and also love cricket, so when I heard about a charity that uses cricket to deliver infectious disease prevention messages, the dye was cast.

Ten years ago, nearly to the day, I was setting off on my debut Cricket Without Boundaries trip to Rwanda. The world now is obviously very different, so I thought it was right to reflect on the changes in both CWB and me as an individual in those 10 years.

Thursday, 03 September 2020 12:03

Mercury Phoenix Trust project: 6 month report

Despite the disruptions in 2020 due to Covid-19, we were still able to work on our project with partners Avert to develop, design and begin to implement new flashcards to use in cricket sessions across our sub-Saharan Africa partner countries, to get conversations going about HIV.

Tuesday, 04 August 2020 10:49

Meet Manny, CWB Ambassador

I am Emmanuel Isaneez, I’m 33 years of age. I am one of 3 children, I have Tony and Susan as my brother and sister, from the family of Mr. Francis Omongole. I come from Uganda in a small town called Jinja. Jinja is well known because its where you find the source of River Nile that goes up to Egypt.

In the late 1990’s three friends at university, Ed Williams, Chris Kangis and Andy Hobbs had a dream that one day they would travel across Africa on local transport and coach cricket in the townships.

The Trustees of CWB do a great job in developing strategy and supporting the delivery on the ground. Often they are behind the scenes, but we want to bring them to the front. Today meet Tracey Francis, Trustee since 2019.

Two years ago we started our programme in Jordan, linking with Right to Play Jordan to introduce cricket into schools via their ‘StrengthenIng our Schools‘ programme.

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